Video Webinar

The Conference Board: Unlocking the Power of Generative AI


Generative AI is one of the most significant advancements in technology as of late and leaders are struggling to navigate such a rapidly evolving and ambiguous change. In this webcast, in partnership with The Conference Board, Daggerwing Group Principal, Edson Chaves, and Associate Principal, Rasshmi Shankar, explained how organizations can approach uncertainty and ambiguity around GenAI and how they can support the people side of change throughout their GenAI journey.

Key Takeaways:

  • THE WHY: Why it’s so important for organizations to begin exploring GenAI
  • THE WHAT: What principles you can apply to navigate the people side of change
  • THE HOW: Key steps on how you can start to make progress today

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About the presenters

Edson is a Principal at Daggerwing Group. He has worked with a variety of Fortune 500 companies and global organizations to deliver business results by changing customer and employee behavior. Edson helps companies redefine business strategies and redesign their organizations to address business challenges by looking through the eyes of the stakeholders that matter most – customers and employee – and develops and implements practical plans to drive change. Edson loves to stay active by biking, playing soccer, and cutting it loose on the dance floor.
Rasshmi Shankar is an Associate Principal at Daggerwing Group. Her experience includes supporting global clients in the payments, pharmaceutical, technology, and manufacturing industries to transform their cultures, bolster the employee experience, develop future of work strategies and define their vision and purpose. She is most passionate about driving practical, actionable change and creating people-centric cultures that foster authentic leadership and innovative thinking. Outside of work, you can find Rasshmi trying her hand at Improv or with her sketch pad and a strong cup of ginger tea.
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