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Moments of Impact: Designing and Facilitating Strategic Conversations that Accelerate Change by Lisa Kay Solomon

  • 02/06/2015
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • Online using Adobe Connect

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  • MAFN Webinar presenters for the year

In our fast-changing world, leaders are increasingly confronted by messy, multifaceted challenges that require collaboration to resolve. But the standard methods for tackling these challenges—meetings packed with data-drenched presentations, or brainstorming sessions that circle back to nowhere—just don’t deliver.


Great strategic conversations generate breakthrough insights by combining the best ideas of people with different backgrounds and perspectives. They lift participants above the fray of daily concerns and narrow self-interest, reconnecting them to their greater, collective purpose. And they create deep, lasting impacts that propel organizations forward.


In their book, Moments of Impact: How to Design Strategic Conversations that Accelerate Change, Lisa Kay Solomon and Chris Ertel draw on their decades of experience as innovation strategists to unveil a simple, creative process that leaders and their teams can use to unlock solutions to their most vexing issues. In this webinar, Lisa Kay Solomon, will discuss how to design and facilitate strategic conversations that create "moments of impact".


Innovation strategist Lisa Kay Solomon works with leaders to solve their high-stakes issues with new frameworks and practices. Her method helps leaders not only address today’s most vexing business challenges, but also accelerate progress on their greatest opportunities.    

Lisa is a sought after advisor to many Fortune 1000 companies. In her work with such companies as ING, Andreesen Horowitz, Nestle, PBS, Toyota Financial Services, and Citrix, among others, Lisa helps executive teams bring innovation into everyday work and behaviors. She frequently keynotes at leading business schools across the country including Stanford University, University of California- Berkeley, University of Virginia, and Cornell University as well as at numerous innovation and leadership conferences.


She recently delivered a TEDx talk on her passion for innovation as a leadership practice, and was co-host at the international Business Design Summit in Berlin. Lisa also teaches Innovation in the ground-breaking MBA in Design Strategy program at the California College of the Arts. Lisa earned a BA from Cornell University and an MBA from New York University-Stern School of Business.

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