Global Head of Partnerships
Demetra has more than fifteen years of experience in the field of business and organizational communication. She oversees Business Development and Partner Relationships. At IA she has had a long track record of aligning customer needs to IA's capabilities across many industries and sectors. She holds an MS in Business and Organizational Communication from Emerson College in Boston, and has published articles on facilitation, conflict resolution, and coaching.
PepsiCo, GE, Capital One, Marriott, Fidelity, Georgia Pacific, Hoffmann-La Roche, and the Library of Congress.
Pro Bono Clients
Interaction Institute for Social Change, The Greek Institute, The World Centers of Compassion for Children International, and Give US Your Poor.
On Working at IA
For me, IA has provided a challenging and supportive environment in which to pursue my potential, both personally and professionally. I feel 100% valued for who I am, and what I have to bring to colleagues and customers. I can always trust my colleagues to tell me the truth as they see it, in my judgment, there is nothing more valuable.
Competing for the Future by Gary Hamel, Customer Intimacy by Fred Wiersema, The Long Tail by Chris Anderson, Plato: Complete Works by John M. Cooper, The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell
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"Optimism is true moral courage."
- Ernest Shackleton
Our strategic partner Karlin Sloan has been named 2014 Executive Coaching Thought Leader of Distinction, and I am reminded of the critical importance of coaching to success.
In this recorded webinar, Mike Woodard, veteran of the Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) industry, discussed the topic, "Insights to Action: Leaders Thinking Strategically."
Dr. Rob Bogosian explores the problem of employee silence, and how to avoid it.
Collaborative acumen, like business acumen, is a necessity, as Demetra Anagnostopoulos explains in this video interview with CMO Advantage.
Do you remember a leader who made a difference in your life? Chances are, he or she was a great coach, too. Demetra Anagnostopoulos examines the differences between coaching people and managing them.