2020 Sessions

Leading in, leading out, leading together – leadership intelligence in the digital age

Day:

Thursday, October 1, 2020

Time:

CET 7:00-7:30pm
EST 1:00-1:30pm
PT 10:00-10:30am

Description:

To anticipate and confront emergent challenges post-COVID, you will learn which research and evidence-based practices are critical to synchronize, recognize, and prioritize insights and actions using the shared decision centers of the “heart, gut, and head.”

Whether we know it or not, every time we interact with someone, we’re using language and engaging in behaviors that either energize and motivate, or “invite” conflict and dissonance in one or more important decision centers. When it comes to workplace interactions, psychology and neuroscience research makes it clear that leaders at all levels can positively influence collective intelligence, decision making, energy, and engagement by recognizing different perspectives, inviting inclusion, and reducing threats, conflict, and friction. Become inspired and learn evidence-based practices to activate the collective intelligence of our “heart, gut and head.”

Presenters/Facilitators:

Dr. Fritz Lebowsky

Dr. Fritz Lebowsky

Founder CEO, FLY-CE-SAI SOLUTIONS, France

Dr. Fritz Lebowsky received his PhD in electrical engineering from the Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany. He continues investigating astonishing performance in human visual perception and transferring the findings into consumer products. His Master degree in executive Management at the Grenoble School of Management opened a path to innovative concepts for creating harmony between human emotional intelligence, artificial intelligence, and ethics in the era of ‘digital transformation’ while envisioning a sustainable human future for ALL.

Dr. Sarah Spradlin

Dr. Sarah Spradlin

CEO, Vitruvian Advantage

Dr. Sarah Spradlin holds a DBA specializing in IO Psychology from Northcentral University, AZ, USA and is a certified expert in micro-expressions. After years of serving in the U.S. Marine Corps & working with Special Operations Command, she became fascinated with the fundamental role EI plays in establishing a resilient workforce capable of effectively navigating change in today’s global market. She is a leading expert in the study & application of EI as it relates to talent acquisition & organizational resilience among high-performance teams.

Dr. Rose Baker

Dr. Rose Baker

Director for Planning, Policy Analysis and Grant Program Support, Miami Dade College

Dr. Rose Baker is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Learning Technologies, College of Information, University of North Texas. Her research includes open learning, management techniques and statistical applications for operations and performance improvement, survey and evaluation design, theory development, and game design. Rose holds a PhD in Instructional Systems and an M.Ed. in Adult Education Theory and Practice from The Pennsylvania State University and is certified as a PMP® by the Project Management Institute.

Peter Baverso

Peter Baverso

CEO, Ventivia LLC

Peter Baverso, MBA, PMP®, ACP®, CSSBB® is on a mission to help 10,000,000 people liberate their potential. Peter is an experienced thought leader, active in the lean/agile performance community since 1996. Peter leads Ventivia, LLC; is President of the Potomac Chapter ISPI; served as the human performance lead for the US Marine Corps Systems Command and as Adjunct Faculty for the University of Phoenix, School of Management; and is Board Member of the Innovation and Organizational Change Management Institute.

Zikiria Chaudhary

Zikiria Chaudhary

President and Chief Agilist, CITAZ LLC

Zikiria empowers leaders to enable and scale lean enterprises through a focus on high-performance teams, continuous improvement processes, digital product management flows and customer-centric experiences, and training and people development. He employs organizational shift techniques resulting in connected people that test, learn, and adapt using neuroscience, smart design, microlearning, rapid prototyping, and fast development of human-centered products/services. Zikiria’s clients span the Financial Services, SaaS, Consumer Products, Government, Education, and International Development industries. Currently, he serves as the Director of the Innovation Institute for ISPI Potomac and as President of CITAZ LLC where ideas become reality.