CHARLOTTE, N.C. – C5 Insight’s Managing Partner Curtis Hughes will address an upcoming Carolina Risk and Insurance Management Society, Inc. (RIMS) chapter meeting to discuss how organizations can achieve cultural change for lasting results.

 

Hughes, an entrepreneur, speaker, and author, has two decades of experience consulting with businesses and government agencies across North America, Europe, and Asia in the areas of collaboration, employee engagement, leadership, and productivity. He has served in a leadership role for the Information Technology Advisory Council (ITAC), sits on the Advisory Board for the UNC Charlotte College of Computing and Informatics, and has been named as one of Charlotte Business Journal’s “40 under 40” in recent years.

 

“Collaboration as we know it has changed dramatically over the years. It wasn't that long ago that we had to make a concerted effort to connect with one another; now that same effort is required to disconnect,” said Hughes. “It’s time for business leaders to take an in-depth look into what their organizations can do to encourage new connections, become more productive, increase employee engagement, and build a culture of collaboration.” 

 

Hughes and fellow C5 Insight Managing Partner Geoff Ables are both available for speaking engagements and Executive Briefings on the following topics:

Failure to Connect: Why Organizations Aren’t Getting More From Collaboration

CPR for CRM: Why 30%-60% of Projects Fail, and How To Recover

The Deadly Sins of SharePoint: 7 Habits for Success

The Collaboration Imperative: Why 75% of CEO’s Place This As Their Highest Priority

Customer Insights: 4 Key Ways that Sales and Marketing Executives Are Driving Innovation Through Analytics

The Evolution of the Intranet: Why Collaborative Intranets are More Critical Than Ever

 

 

With unparalleled experience in the most effective collaboration and relationship management solutions, C5 Insight provides management consulting and technology implementation services that empowers its clients to work together better. To request an Executive Briefing or detailed abstract for available speaking topics, please fill out a C5 Insight Contact Form.

 

 

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