Meet Your AUC2016 Keynotes: Jamie Notter
You may know Jamie Notter from his work in organizational culture, his book Humanize, or maybe his newest venture into the world of millennials, and this year we are thrilled to add Jamie to our esteemed list of AUC keynote speakers.
Jamie is presenting the keynote session on the afternoon of Tuesday, October 18, titled "The Power of Millennial Alignment."
His session covers research from his latest book (When Millennials Take Over) that illustrates the more important role millennials play as decoders of the key changes that are happening in the business world today. Citing case studies from organizations that have cracked the code on both performance and employee engagement, Jamie will explore the four key capacities organizations need to succeed in this new normal and how to build them inside your association, attracting millennials as both staff and members along the way.
Need More Notter?
Jamie Notter is a prolific author, blog writer, and Tweeter. Check out some of Jamie's resources below to prepare yourself for AUC2016!
Jamie has co-written two books with Maddie Grant, co-founder of Social Fish. Check out When Millennials Take Over and Humanize on Jamie's website here. Both books use real company case studies to evaluate and advise on how you can change the culture of your organization.
ASAE also covered one of Jamie's culture success stories, Fitness Australia, for their Association Now magazine. Keep reading for some seriously ditzy comments from yours truly!
Jamie currently writes for three blog sites (that I know of) catch his musings on:
Is there nothing this man doesn't do? Jamie is also a creative Tweeter. Keep tabs on his conference attendances, blog updates, and cat pictures: @jamienotter.
What If There Were 100 Million Millennials? (Because There Are) https://t.co/oRpFxdhhEH— Jamie Notter (@jamienotter) July 29, 2016
In prepping for the Aptify Users Conference 2016 head over the the AUC website to learn more about our keynote speakers, their sessions, and register yourself and your colleagues.
About Angie Karpouzis
Angie Karpouzis was the Product Marketing Manager located in Aptify Australia's Sydney office. When Angie is not busy making people uncomfortable by tearing apart their favourite artist/film/tv show she is indulging in Sydney's live music scene or nerding out over popular culture. Engage with Angie on Twitter to discuss member engagement, how to build a community or email marketing.