Webinars

It all started when…

I am thrilled to be collaborating with Responsive.Org in a series of webinars in which I will be interviewing innovators and leaders of organizations redefining the workplace.  Not only technologically, but conceptualizing work as opportunities for people to not only grow professionally, but collectively and spiritually.    We kicked off the series with Brian Haney of Google who discussed their brief foray into Holocracy, along with his perspective of how companies stay fresh as the world changes around it. To learn more or to be notified of future events sign up for the Responsive.orgnewsletter.

Upcoming Webinars

Thursday February 28th, 11am PT

Creating More Meaningful Workplaces:  Brent Alvord, CEO of Neat Work. Brent will discuss his work in helping organizations unlock underutilized and hidden potential of employees.  

Register Here

Wed March 6th 11am PT: 

How to Scrap a Perfectly Wonderful and Sophisticated Diversity and Inclusion Policy and Replace It With Works When Reality Sets In:  Jennifer McKaig, Head of D&I at Etsy, will share stunning successes along with cautionary tales based on her work at Etsy.  

Register Here

Wed March 20th 11:00am PT: 

Leadership Development: Dori Rutkezitz, Head of Organization Design and Culture at Mosaic has engaged leaders in powerful and gritty approaches to identifying and overcoming obstacles to leadership mastery.  He will share his strategies and insights. 

 Register Here

Thursday April 4th, 11:00am PT:  

Responsive Approaches to Conflict Resolution with Lynne Hurdle: Best Selling Author, Speaker, Trainer, Coach.  Lynne will share her wisdom from years of working in the trenches with people from diverse ethnicities and backgrounds.  

Register Here

Thursday May 16th 12:00pm PT: 

Conversation with Brian Robertson Founder of Holocracy: If you are not already familiar with Brian’s work, it will only be a matter of time before you are.  Though Zappos is the most oft cited example of Holocracy in action, self-management is rapidly gaining momentum and will continue to disrupt traditional approaches to organizing workplaces. 

Register Here