David Nour is a social networking strategist and one of the foremost thought leaders on the quantifiable value of business relationships. In a global economy that is becoming increasingly disconnected, David helps clients solve internal and external challenges with focused relationship planning and social networking best practices.
David is the author of several books including his bestseller Relationship Economics. He has been named to the Georgia Trend's "40 Under 40", Atlanta Business Chronicle's "Up and Coming" and the coveted Turnkett Leadership Character Awards. Entertaining, informational and interactive, David's highly-acclaimed presentations provide a systematic approach to building, nurturing and quantifying the key relationships that produce extraordinary results.
Learn what today’s successful executives consider their most valuable lessons learned along the way. How do they define resilience? What are the biggest leadership challenges and opportunities of their generation? Who were their mentors and what did they teach them?
All of those A-players you’ve spent time, effort, and resources recruiting are walking out the door. Maybe not physically, but certainly mentally. Learn why they leave and how to keep four generations of diverse workforce wanting to stay.
First generation immigrants are four times more likely to become millionaires in this country than those of us who were born here. Why? This compelling presentation uses a series of immigrant success stories to convey their inherent drive, commitment, work ethic, and dedication to personal and professional development.
Many of the “Must Have” characteristics and success factors we admire about entrepreneurs are applicable within any sized organizations as well. Learn the actionable steps required to take any idea to a world-class product or service.
Value creation is derived from value chain disruption. Adaptive innovation, by definition, is destructive in its character, open to a broad base of business models, and must be driven by high-performing teams focused on maximizing the current and future capabilities of their respective organizations. In order to create sustainable competitive advantage, companies must develop a relationship-centric culture with the courage to fail and learn from those failures.
Whether you’re trying to attract and retain top-notch talent, prospect for new customers in new markets, or create alliance relationships and extend your market reach, social networking applications are here to stay!? In this highly interactive session, the audience is exposed to a series of global best practices to incorporate social networking applications into their key strategic initiatives.
This cornerstone keynote is based on David’s bestselling book Relationship Economics. In this fascinating presentation, David focuses on the quantifiable value of business relationships and a systematic process to identify, build, nurture and leverage personal, functional and strategic relationships.