Even Cheetahs Slow Down: Unbreakable Laws of Nature to Help You Drive (and Survive!) Change
Driving (and surviving!) change is a journey not for the faint-at-heart. You must be prepared for challenges and opportunities both known and unknown. How do you measure your progress, stay engaged, and keep moving forward? Beginning on an individual level and broadening to an organizational perspective, I’ll share a time-tested, proven methodology to both drive and survive change. We’ll discuss ideas, share challenges, and most importantly, actively reflect on key takeaways that can be implemented immediately. And, since change has been around since time began and promises to continue well into the future, we’ll look to the animal world for inspiration and a unique take on change. Knowing more about the art of instinct, endurance and survival can help propel you forward as you lock horns with change.
Julie Henry is President of Finish Line Leadership, a consulting firm built to help leaders drive change and present on purpose. A former zoo and aquarium senior leader, she uses her extensive background in science and communication, countless hours spent teaching and in outdoor fieldwork, and professional experience to impart to her audiences miraculous stories and provocative insights about the art of instinct, endurance, and survival. Julie holds an MA in Communication from the University of South Florida and is a graduate of the Sustainable Business Leadership Executive Program from Green Mountain College in Vermont. She was selected as a Fellow of the Toyota TogetherGreen Program of the National Audubon Society and a Rotary Ambassadorial Scholar to New Zealand. Julie has presented to over 1 million people, across 32 states, 6 countries, and worked with over 50 organizations including Nabisco, Seattle Aquarium, NOAA, Zenith Insurance, and Disney.
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Members $35 // Non-members $50
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