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Val Wright -- Global Leadership and Innovation Expert
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About: Internationally acclaimed innovation expert Val Wright was named as one of the top 50 resources for Chief Operating Officers by ClickSoftware. She is one of only 64 experts inducted into the Million Dollar Consultant® Hall of Fame. The global clients who have requested her help include Starbucks, LinkedIn, and Financial Times. Val’s corporate experience includes tenures during dramatic growth periods at Amazon, BMW, and Microsoft. Val participated on the small team that created the fastest-selling device of all time, Kinect for Xbox, which won a Guinness Book of World Record, selling over 20 million devices. Val’s books include: Thoughtfully Ruthless: The Key to Exponential Growth, named best business book by Independent Press Awards and NYC Big Book Awards, and The Innovation Trifecta: How to Catapult Innovation by Creating a Symbiotic Relationship between Creative, Business, and Technical Minds. She is a regular contributor on CNBC, Bloomberg, Reuters, LA Times, and Today.
Barbara Hemphill - Productivity Consultant, Work Life Balance
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About: Improving the quality of employee’s lives is one of the best things a business can do for their employees and their business. Believe it or not, getting rid of physical and digital clutter is one of the more effective actions a business leader can take to categorically increase profits and improve the quality of the lives of their employees. Unquestionably, clutter is bad for business. It not only slows your employees down, it weighs them down. They are less productive than they would like to be, and as a result, less happy than they would like to be. Over time, this emotional baggage not only costs businesses a lot of money, but hurts employees in just about every way, physically, emotionally, and psychologically. They tend to feel tired, overwhelmed and constantly stressed out.
 




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