Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) February 15, 2012
Insigniam Performance, a leading international management consulting firm, will focus on the core drivers of breakthrough results at their exclusive, invitation-only 2012 Insigniam Executive Summit, to be held May 22-23 in Philadelphia.
How do you motivate employees to look past their everyday routines and systems to embrace innovation and change that will create success across your organization? Insigniam Performance, a leading international management consulting firm, will focus on the core drivers of breakthrough results at their exclusive, invitation-only 2012 Insigniam Executive Summit, to be held May 22-23 in Philadelphia.
Daniel Pink, the author of “Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us,” will deliver the summit’s keynote session about the rules for the new terrain of business in the 21st century and what really motivates people in today’s business world. The interactive session will allow attendees to participate in a dialogue with Pink about the changing world of work and finding an effective path to high performance.
“The theme of our summit this year is ‘Moving Beyond the Predictable at Work,’” says Shideh Bina, one of Insigniam’s founding partners. “Daniel Pink will address the reality of what it takes to catalyze a strong drive for the highest levels of performance results in an enterprise. We expect this year’s Summit will help attendees recognize opportunities within their own organizations to push past business-as-usual behavior and foster breakthrough, enterprise-wide results.”
For more information, please visit http://insigniam.com/events/.
Insigniam is an international management consulting firm serving large-cap firms in multiple industry segments including pharmaceutical, healthcare, consumer goods, transportation, banking and finance. Since 1985, Insigniam’s proven approach to enterprise transformation, elevating leadership performance, shifting culture and creating speed-to-results for the C-Suite has generated $9 billion in client business results.