New Ways of Reading the World: A Conversation with Doug Silsbee
August 15, 2016
Hosted by Georgetown ITL Faculty
If you are like most leaders today, you face complex and unpredictable challenges. Often, people engage coaches to help them navigate unfamiliar territory for which they feel unprepared. Join Host Kate Ebner and ITL faculty member, author and renowned leadership coach Doug Silsbee for an in-depth conversation about how leading complexity can actually enable significant personal growth. Learn about new ways of 'seeing, being, sensing and doing' that can help you to take new actions and find your way as a leader. Doug and Kate will examine how meeting your current challenges help you discover how to move beyond overwhelm to create personal strategies that help you tolerate the the dissonance of meeting big challenges and instead thrive in complexity.
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