TECH LEADERSHIP STUFF: Agile Productivity & Soft skills Ethics in AI Organizational Change Management Wellbeing resilience and mental wellness
Knoxville, Tennessee, United States
With the new world of AI, there are ethical considerations with implementation. We have been thrust quickly and deeply in this new world in 2020. There are ethical implications with bias that need to be considered. Toyota Corporation does not have a quality department. Quality is every employee’s role. Business leaders will benefit greatly with a strategy to build infrastructure correctly. Humans have bias, and we are being tasked to feed AI information. There are privacy implications with a surveillance system gathering data about us.
1. Participants will leave with an increased understanding of ethics &. AI.
2. Participants will increase ethical considerations of data mining & privacy as related to marketing.
3. Participants will identify bias we all carry with implications for diversity & inclusion.
4. Business leaders & software developers will benefit greatly with a strategy to build infrastructure ethically.
University of TN Conferences and Non-Credit Programs Instructor with classes: Motivating Multi-Generational Teams, Organizational Culture & Resilience: The Science and Practical Application
Knoxville Association of Women Executives Hybrid In-Person & Online July 2020 Luncheon on Diversity of Thought and Normalization of Emotions; Link to Presentation: https://theresilientpathway.com/Alexia-Georghiou-Leadership-Coach
PRODUCT CAMP: BARCAMP, Poland
September 2, 2020 Leadership
Building Culture of Onsite Self-care Strategies for the TCSW-Tennessee Council of Social Welfare Annual Leadership & Networking Conference. August 28, 2020
The University of TN Conferences & Non-Credit Programs
Lunch & Learn 6.25.20 Virtual Empathy
Alexia Georghiou, founder and Organizational Management Consultant of The Resilient Pathway, is a consultant with 25 years of experience teaching healthy cultural & social norms to individuals, groups, & families with well-being tools, fostering wholeness in communities. Specialist with communication, problem solving & conflict resolution training, evidenced by the ability of families worked with to mend relationships and meet life goals. She has executed communication strategies with payers, resulting in retention of clients for mental health providers; 30% above the industry standard. She has a passion to foster well-being in individuals, teams & organizations through effective change management strategies. Certified in Leadership & Management with a thorough understanding how management techniques impact human behavior, positively affecting employee engagement, productivity, & organizational bottom line earnings. She currently serves on the board of The Knoxville Association of Women Executives as President Elect/VP, in preparation of being the President in 2022. Her courses on resilience, motivating multi-generational teams and organizational culture are elective courses for The University of Tennessee Conferences & Non-Credit Programs Leadership Certification.
Hi! I enjoy being outdoors, traveling, learning about culture, having deep meaningful conversations to understand, & I am a foodie who enjoys coffee!