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Overcome Immunity to Change: Leadership Exchange Program with Lisa Lahey

Next Step Partners is pleased to announce its next Leadership Exchange event on April 30, 2015. Harvard faculty member and co-author of the groundbreaking book Immunity to Change, Lisa Lahey, will introduce Bay Area business and non-profit leaders to a powerful methodology for overcoming barriers to change.

She will engage participants in an interactive program where they will have an opportunity to gain insight into the Immunity to Change model and how it can be applied to their own development and the development of their organization’s leaders.

Lisa Lahey is co-founder and principal at Minds at Work. She and her colleague Robert Kegan are credited with a breakthrough discovery of a hidden dynamic, the “immunity to change,” which impedes personal and organizational transformation. For this work, they received from Boston University the Gislason Award for exceptional contributions to organizational leadership.

In 2013, they received the Vision of Excellence Award from Harvard’s Institute of Coaching. They have served as invited faculty at the annual Davos Conference sponsored by the World Economic Forum; and their work has been featured in such diverse periodicals as The New York Times Sunday Business Section and the Harvard Business Review. Lahey is also a faculty member at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

All the Details.

Date | Time
April 30, 2015
South SF, CA 94080
Full address and parking information sent upon registration
Bay Area Executives + HR leaders
By invitation only

Learn, Experience, Connect.

The program will give participants an opportunity to learn from leadership expert Lisa Lahey, experience the “Immunity to Change” methodology, and connect with a dynamic group of Bay Area business and non-profit leaders.

About Immunity to Change.

Lisa Lahey and her colleague Robert Kegan developed a methodology to help people overcome their “immunities to change” and close the gap between their good intentions and their actual behaviors. This work is now being used by executives, senior teams and individuals in business, governmental, and educational organizations in the United States, Europe, and Asia.

At Next Step Partners, we often draw upon their method with our coaching and leadership development clients because it’s the most effective process we know of to address internal barriers to self-improvement. To learn more, check out our post, Immunity to Change: Why We Love This Approach.

About Leadership Exchange.

Next Step Partners facilitates Leadership Exchange events to connect a dynamic group of Bay Area leaders with their peers to share perspectives on subjects useful to their effectiveness in an intimate, confidential, non-competitive environment. Attendance is by invitation only.

Previous Leadership Exchange programs include:

Innovation at Scale | Gilman Louie, Venture Investor
November 5, 2014 hosted by VISA in San Mateo
Executives learned about and shared approaches to the challenges of fostering innovation at large scale organizations.

Wise Decisions in Anxious Times | Prof. Steven Weber, UC Berkeley
June 19, 2014 hosted by Charles Schwab in San Francisco
Executives learned about and shared approaches to challenges posed by the intersection of technology markets, intellectual property regimes and international politics.

Attendees have included leaders from organizations such as:

  • Charles Schwab
  • Genentech
  • Visa
  • Box
  • Salesforce
  • Chevron
  • Franklin Templeton
  • Cisco

Interested in Attending Leadership Exchange?

Leaders who are interested in joining our next Leadership Exchange event featuring Immunity to Change are invited to contact us.

Contact Next Step Partners