The next meeting of the KM/Knowledge Services Community Discussion Forum will take place on Wednesday, September 1, 2021 at 12.50pm ET. Our guest speaker and moderator will be Kevin Manion.
Kevin has been a close friend and professional colleague for over twenty-five years. He is a highly trusted human capital executive who leads Global Corporate Background Screening Services for Amazon, as part of the “Joining Amazon” team. Kevin is an ICF Certified Executive Coach, and in addition to his work as a human resources leader, Kevin is particularly well versed in the important connection between leadership and knowledge services.
Join us for Kevin’s visit on September 1 when he will speak briefly on “Leadership and Knowledge Services” and then challenge us to respond to what he has to say.
His essay “Human Capital, Knowledge Services, and Real Leadership” in my and Barrie Levy’s The Knowledge Services Handbook: A Guide for the Knowledge Strategist, has been widely quoted and much talked about. So Kevin’s visit promises to provide valuable insights for all of us in the knowledge-sharing workplace.
To reserve your place, go to https://bit.ly/3mdq0JT
To sign in on the day of the meeting, the direct link to the right of the meeting description will take you into the discussion.
As for what’s coming up, for our October meeting we’ll do a repeat of our July discussion. We’ll be positioned, I think for a better conversation since more time has now passed (and now we’re looking at a slightly different workplace environment, with all the questions about the variants and the seemingly on-going “to vaccinate or not” situation). So let’s do some more thinking about recovery/realignment pandemic in our knowledge services workplace.
For November, Johel Brown-Grant will talk about and moderate our discussion on KM/knowledge services and storytelling. Specifically, he will be talking about what we, as knowledge services strategists, can do to use storytelling to support our KM/knowledge services initiatives.
So come join us. You’ll be welcome at our next KM/Knowledge Services Community Discussion Forum.