Thought Leadership – NYIT Vancouver
The New York Institute of Technology (NYIT) is an accredited, non-profit university educating the next generation of leaders. At the university, small classes lead to big opportunities for internships, practicums, and mentoring programs at leading commercial and financial institutions in the area. As a part of NYIT Vancouver’s MBA class’ Thought Leadership Series, various partners from the team at Incrementa took the students through a series of eye-opening educational sessions.
Thought Leadership Project
Erica Groschler delivered a session on Change Leadership – Leading self and supporting others through change. Introducing MBA students about the importance of using skills of empathy, clarity, communication and facilitation to navigate change effectively.
Robert Murray took their Marketing Students through a session called: “The things they don’t teach you in business school.” All about connecting the logical (text book stuff) to the hearts of people they will lead.
In a second session, he shared his thoughts around “Perfecting Your Pitch – How to get your idea across to investors and prospects.” It was a great evening, with great questions and fantastic energy!
Mike Knapp delivered an introduction to the world of ERP systems to the students at NYIT. This included the Why (why do you want one), What (to do to not be a failure) and How (to select and lead the implementation).
“We had Mike Knapp as a keynote speaker at NYIT, Vancouver campus. His talk with valuable information and analysis on ERP systems was inspirational. ”
– Sutha Ganesharajah, student