This event is a half-day, immersive, virtual experience designed to teach you how to lead through changing times to thrive, not just to survive.
Our goal as leaders is to set up our organization, customers and team members for success. Change has always been inevitable, but the recent events have significantly disrupted that goal and introduced challenges beyond what most of us have ever had to navigate.
There are real barriers to move our organizations from surviving to thriving.
What do we do? We jump into problem solving. But what if we are solving the wrong problems? To be an effective leader requires diagnosing the entire situation, to regulate the heat of the those around you and to experiment quickly.
Leveraging over a decade of research and personal experience, our speaker Sarah Noll Wilson will share practical insights, grounded in science, to help you lead others not only to survive change, but thrive.
Throughout her presentation, she will weave in the teachings of Harvard professors Ronald Heifetz and Marty Linsky’s Adaptive Leadership Model and Robert Kegan and Lisa Lahey’s work on Immunity to Change.
By attending, you will accelerate recovery, navigate resistance and build resilience during times of change by learning:
- The behavioral science behind why people struggle with change
- A framework to diagnose and understand the challenges you are facing as a leader
- Ways leaders create unnecessary stress during change
- Practical strategies to help ourselves and others navigate change