Thursday, September 28, 1:00 – 2:00 pm Eastern
Have you ever noticed a gap between a person or organization’s intention to change, and their ability to actually make it happen? This session will provide a brief overview of a process developed by Robert Kegan and Lisa Lahey to navigate this gap and address hidden competing commitments that might be making actual change so difficult.
- Identify a strategy to help bridge the gap between the intention to change and the actions taken to make it happen.
- Understand how immunity mapping, which exposes competing commitments and assumptions, can unlock the ability to take on new behaviors that better align with effective leadership.
About the Speaker
Brian Fredrickson is a Leadership & Civic Engagement Extension Educator at the University of Minnesota. He is responsible for designing, adapting and delivering programs that address local and regional needs.
How to Connect
This session will be hosted in APAN Connect. Please register for the Virtual Conference to obtain connection details. An email will be sent each day of the conference containing session login information.
Slides and resources will be posted here closer to the session date.