Webinar: Changing on the Job: Developing Leaders for a Complex World

  • 17 Jul 2018
  • 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
  • Zoom online platform

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Today’s world is moving so quickly; coaches and OD practitioners need to keep growing their skills, mindsets, and approaches in order to support the increasing demands on the people with whom we work. One incredibly helpful approach is to focus on the emerging field that explores how adults come to handle complexity, ambiguity, and change over the course of their lives. Adult development theory gives us new ways to ask questions, see patterns, and support our clients to make positive changes in their lives. Many people also find it personally transformational, as they see themselves and their experiences in new ways and stretch beyond their own edges. Come join Jennifer and get some insight into the map of our adult potential—and learn about how to travel the path—and support others to do so—with more grace, ease, and compassion.

You’ll learn:

  • The difference between the story someone tells and the meaning that person is making
  • The reason sometimes changes or perspectives that seem obvious to you are hidden or mysterious to others in your life
  • New ways of asking questions that will help others reach insight faster

 

Our speaker - Dr. Jennifer Garvey Berger

Jennifer Garvey Berger, Jennifer believes that the best organizations help make people bigger, more creative, more capable; organizations can and should be places where we live on our growing edge, expanding our own capabilities as we do good work. Leadership, then, is about creating the conditions for people to be their biggest selves. Almost no one knows how to do this intuitively; leadership is a discipline as much as accounting, law, or engineering. As Jennifer says in her first book, Changing on the job: Developing leaders for a complex world, if we want organizations where people are thriving and bringing their best, we need leaders who are learning. With her Cultivating Leadership colleagues, Jennifer designs and teaches long-term leadership programs that expand not only the way leaders work but also the way they think about the world.

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