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Mike Wittenstein supports Georgia Tech’s Human Computer Interaction students with interview coaching

Mike Wittenstein, CMC, spent an afternoon with some of Georgia Tech’s top human-computer interaction (HCI) students. Students from all over the world are working on advanced projects. These include “invisible interfaces”, human-animal communications, and how smart cities can benefit citizens in many different roles. Mike introduced some basic principles of storytelling, emotional intelligence, and body [...]

By |December 12th, 2016|Our Members Giving Back|0 Comments

McKenzie Wren, MPH, speaking at the SEAF “Triple Play”

IMC member, McKenzie Wren, shares her facilitation tools at the SEAF Triple Play on August 12, 2016. She and two other facilitators join forces for an engaging and experiential morning of learning. McKenzie will demonstrate and teach how to tap into the wisdom of the room through quiet reflection on multiple topics using Chalk Talk. [...]

By |August 10th, 2016|Our Members Write and Speak|0 Comments

McKenzie Wren, MPH, speaking at Non-Profit Talent and Culture Summit on Building the Beloved Community: Diversity and Engagement in Action.

McKenzie is an expert in community engagement and the art of powerful conversations. On April 18, 2016 in Washington DC, she’ll speak on ways to develop true diversity and inclusion through collaborative processes and community engagement tools. She'll speak about the importance of avoiding top-down leadership, how to make space to hear multiple perspectives and to [...]

By |April 14th, 2016|Our Members Write and Speak|0 Comments

Mike Wittenstein, CMC, publishes white paper on Retail Customer Experience Design

Mike Wittenstein, CMC, is an expert customer experience designer and consultant. One of his favorite US retail brands is PIRCH, a top-end purveyor of kitchen appliances, plumbing fixtures, and outdoor gear. In “PIRCH Delivers Next-Gen CX by Emphasizing Culture Over Tech”, he demystifies the magic by revealing how culture, design, and management philosophy interact to [...]

By |March 4th, 2016|Our Members Write and Speak|0 Comments

Mike Wittenstein, CMC, speaking to Southeastern Association of Facilitators (SEAF.org) on Journey Mapping

Mike is an expert in customer experience design and an international conference speaker. On April 15, 2016 in Atlanta, he’ll lead a public workshop to give consultants and facilitators knowledge about and experience with Journey Maps. (register here, $50 for non-members) Journey Maps help deliver better customer experiences for your clients and their customers—regardless of [...]

By |March 3rd, 2016|Our Members Write and Speak|0 Comments

David Shavzin supporting the Alliance Française d’Atlanta

David Shavzin, CMC, and our current President, joined the Board of the Alliance Française d'Atlanta in 2015. He has been contributing his expertise in strategy, business planning and financial management. AF is the French-American cultural center which has served the Atlanta community as the premier provider of French language and culture since 1912. David's interest [...]

By |February 29th, 2016|Our Members Giving Back|0 Comments

David Shavzin CMC speaking to NAIFA – North Metro Chapter on Exit Planning / Succession Planning

David Shavzin, CMC, and our current President, joined IMC in 2002. David specializes in business value growth toward successful succession planning / exit planning. Key elements include initial valuation, optimizing operations and growing revenue/profitability in order to build value. David spoke on this (his favorite) topic at the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors [...]

By |February 29th, 2016|Our Members Write and Speak|0 Comments

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