Learning Organizations: The Intentionality of Being Uncomfortable
The past year has been marked by upheaval and change with assumptions challenged, institutions broken, and organizations adrift. The conservation community has not been immune to these very influences.
What does the past year teach inquiring minds? How do leaders embrace adaptive thinking, manage tension constructively, create inclusive organizational cultures, embrace the wonder of learning and the art of being uncomfortable…with intentionality?
Heather E. McGowan and Crystal Egli will be the keynote speakers. Ms. McGowan is an author and consultant whose work focuses on organizational resiliency for changing times. She is the co-author of “The Adaptation Advantage.” Ms. Egli is a diversity, equity, and inclusivity consultant. Prior to forming her own business, she worked for Colorado Parks and Wildlife. She is the co -founder of The Inclusive Guide. Together, they will pack a one-two punch on thinking about learning organizations and what they mean for our collective organizational future in the conservation space.
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