Live Online Innovation Event for University of Wisconsin-Madison
Innovation simplified...see fundamental systems, tools, & skills in action
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  • Live & Local from Madison, Wisconsin! This is a free online live event on Google Hangouts for innovators in our leadership & organizational development community.

  • Our goal is to show you 30 minutes of tips, tools, and systems that simplify innovation so you can accelerate your work. See specific ideas and examples.

Here's how you can maximize these 20 minutes and dive deeper

  • Colleagues

    Watch the program with your colleagues and keep the ideas and tips going.

  • Q&A

    We want to be on target with your innovation needs. Ask questions!

  • Online Innovation

    This is an experiment with a live online innovation event. Learn by joining us.

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About Darin

Darin Eich is the author of Innovation Step-by-Step and Root Down & Branch Out: Best Practices for Leadership Development Programs.  Darin earned his Ph.D. in Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis from the University of Wisconsin. Darin is the president and co-founder of InnovationLearning.org and BrainReactions, an innovation consulting company founded by UW students, where he led idea development and innovation projects for organizations like P&G, the United Nations, and the U.S. Council on Competitiveness.

Darin has also been a graduate student and developer of programs at the University of Maryland & William and Mary. Darin’s passion involves helping people to become themselves, find and live their strengths, and become more creative, innovative and successful leaders. Professionally, Darin does projects ranging from hundreds of college speeches to helping institutions develop leadership programs & retreats to facilitating professional brainstorm innovation sessions for the most innovative Fortune 500 companies. Darin is a leadership program consultant to Dartmouth College, the University of Wisconsin, and USA TODAY.

Interested in discussing this or other program ideas? Email [email protected] today.