Book Louise Watson for an engaging and practical keynote, workshop or webinar presentation.
Louise speaks to audiences of executives, managers, strategy professionals and performance specialists in both conference and in-office settings. Topics help participants demystify why they struggle so much with measuring performance, as well as inspire and equip them to develop more meaningful measures that accelerate the organization’s performance.
Her style is lively, practical, and casually interactive with an emphasis on participatory activities and some presentation of method. Louise speaks on the topics below, tailored for your audience, and with 90-minute or 3-hour options (either on-stage or online).
This interactive session reveals what this critical step is to making your vague, intangible goals much easier to measure meaningfully. You will also be briefly introduced to the 8 common struggles with performance measurement and possible new habits that will help you overcome them.
If you’re after something a bit meatier…
The 2-day PuMP® Performance Measure Blueprint Workshop provides practical and proven step-by-step techniques to help leaders, strategy professionals and performance specialists make their goals measurable, find meaningful performance measures, engage staff in measuring and improvement performance, and use measures to drive performance excellence.
Read more about the PuMP Blueprint Workshop here.
How to book Louise for your event…
To enquire about booking Louise to speak at your next event, please send an email to email@example.com and include the following information to expedite our reply:
- Your event title and agenda
- Location of your event
- Proposed dates
- Audience size
- The roles and organization types of your audience members
- How experienced your audience is likely to be in strategy and performance management/measurement
- What specific performance management/measurement topics are most relevant your audience
- Your preferred length and timing of Stacey’s presentation
- Your contact details