Post Date: March 31, 2015
Experiential Workshop with Lori Hanau
Tuesday April 7th 7 – 9 PM
Glass Corner Room
25 E 13th Street, Room E206.
Pizza will be served from 6:30 – 7PM
As leadership adapts to meet the needs of the times, it simultaneously shapes how we see our problems, our solutions, and ourselves. Designing and leading effectively today requires us to shed our habits to make room for emergence, moving beyond what we know in order to tap into our true creativity and potential. This interactive experience will provide a frame for cultivating the awareness, presence, and skills to build vibrant environments that raise teams’ collective wisdom and creativity. By leaning into what it means to be uncomfortable, and stepping into the willingness to be uncomfortable, we will practice and experience what authentic leadership can look like, feel like, and bring about for ourselves and for the group. Crossing the Edge of Comfort is designed to unleash new levels of personal and group agency, accountability and creativity, fostering a group culture in which every member of the team is responsible for and engaged in the success of the whole. Participants will leave with having practiced leading into the unknown with greater grace, skill, and in true collaboration.
This event is hosted by Parsons BBA Strategic Design + Management.