The Innovator’s DNA ~ Online

Date(s) - 08/22/2019
9:00 am - 12:00 pm




The Innovator’s DNA ½ day virtual training experience instructs participants on how to build a culture and capability of innovation. Based on the best-selling book The Innovator’s DNA, this training teaches participants how to generate game-changing ideas for a successful new business model, product, service, and process creation by leveraging the Five Discovery Skills of disruptive innovators. This experience will be led by an Innovator’s DNA Master Trainer and supporting team members via a live webinar. Once you sign up for the training, the link to the webinar will be sent via email. The session will last three hours in total.

The mission of Innovator’s DNA is to help organizations and individuals realize their full innovation potential. Everything we do is driven by a simple belief: innovation can be taught. Through training, tools, and experiential learning, our offerings are designed to help companies transform their culture to drive organic growth and continuous improvement. Founded in 2013 by Jeff Dyer, Nathan Furr, and Curtis Lefrandt, our content is based on the research that led to the best-selling book The Innovator’s DNA (2011) and The Innovator’s Method (2014).

Please Note: The recording will only be available to registered attendees.
Register here if you wish to participate in the live session or view the recording.
Priority seating will be given to TBLC Members.

Instructor: David Wetzel
For over 20 years, David has been a student of transformational teaching, speaking and training. He deeply believes in the goodness of people, and in their ability to learn and grow throughout their lives. David has taught and trained thousands of people in settings ranging from youth camps to business to educational to government institutions across the United States and in 4 different countries.

David earned his undergraduate in Business from Eastern Oregon University, and his Master’s degree from BYU in Religious Education. In his spare time, David rides his mountain bike with vehemence and zeal. His favorite moments in life are spent in the company of his five children and his wife. In the final summation, David prefers that participants in his courses think of him as a fellow human being, working shoulder to shoulder alongside them in the trenches of life.



Registrations are closed for this event.