Dignity at Scale:
How to Lead in the Age of Personalization
Humanity has been innovative enough to create economies of scale around just about everything: information, transportation, exploration. It’s time to apply that ingenuity to our highest and most important pursuit yet: creating economies of scale around embracing human dignity. Our age of personalization demands it.Download for Free
Watch Now On Demand! Presented by GLLG, the third annual 2021 Leadership in the Age of Personalization Summit featuring 30+ leaders and decision-makers from corporate, healthcare and higher education. Thank you to our host sponsor, LightspeedVT, premier sponsor, City of Hope and supporting sponsors, Banfield Pet Hospital, Starbucks, Target and Clemson University.
In his latest book, Glenn Llopis issues a clarion call to leaders: escape the traps of standardization, start leading with personalization – or fall to competitive threats on multiple fronts. Llopis uses research-based scenarios, data-driven proof and storytelling to show why outdated standards are failing in today’s new age of personalization – putting Fortune 500 companies at risk. In a simple, relatable manuscript Llopis explains why corporate America is at a breaking point: Offices are filled with frustrated and exhausted employees, expected to comply with norms that are no longer relevant in today’s new reality.
In this insightful yet practical book, Glenn Llopis delivers an in-depth look at the alarming leadership identity crisis plaguing today’s businesses and what it really means to be a leader in any company and industry today. To break free of this crisis, leaders must take ownership of a new mindset – The Innovation Mentality – and implement six essential strategies designed to disrupt the status quo, reinvent the way they work, and leverage the full potential of their workplace cultures, employees, teams, partnerships, and client and consumer relationships.
For some people, success seems fated or shrouded in mystery. But in Earning Serendipity, Glenn Llopis shows that most positive changes in fortune – in careers or in corporate ventures – are no mystery at all. Opportunity can be multiplied when you cultivate the right opportunities in the right way, using these four skills: See. Sow. Grow. Share. You see a seed of opportunity – but you don’t know if it’s going to grow. You sow it. With proper watering and focus, it grows. You share it – and multiply the results. We all have control over the path to prosperity. Progression along that path is the result of a rare combination of skills that readers can develop and apply in their careers, businesses, and lives.