Trailblazer Summit: Highlights

Very honored to receive the invitation from Salesforce for the inaugural Trailblazer Summit aimed to help emerging leaders learn from Salesforce leaders and connect with top community members and other trailblazers. I feel fortunate to be a part of the Summit as it helped me gain valuable insights, connect with top leaders and seek advice. Trailblazer Summit is a two-day event with action packed content, panel discussions, networking and a celebration of the Spirit of Ohana by giving back, inspiring and uplifting others.

An overview of the Trailblazer Summit, this picture sums it up

I really like the graphical illustrations created by ‘The Graphic Distillery’ to transform the ideas shared during the sessions into colorful visuals that are easy to understand, review and share.

An interactive, hands-on session by ‘Stand and Deliver’ about ‘Leadership and connecting with any Audience’ helped understand the methodology for elevating influence and impact in any situation and create lasting powerful impressions. The swag at the event included the book: ‘As we Speak’.

‘How to Host an Awesome Workshop’ by Scott and Allie helped uncover tips to organize, drive attendance and deliver an engaging workshop.

‘Take your Thought Leadership to the Next Level’ by Daniel, David and Stephanie was much insightful which focused on the tools, best practices, resources, tips and tricks.

This was followed by a Panel discussion, Fire Side chat with Parker Harris, Product Road Map sessions and some fun playing Jeopardy.

The following session recordings can be accessed here

  • Business as a Platform for Change
  • How to Host an Awesome Workshop
  • Take your Thought-leadership to the Next Level
  • Get Engaged in the Trailblazer Community

And there’s a trailmix to help with public speaking skills, story telling and leadership skills. Happy Reading.

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