Stop, Ask, Explore - Learn to Navigate Change in Times of Uncertainty
Register by March 21st and receive a copy of Joan's book in the mail.
About our speaker:
Joan P. Ball works with emerging and established leaders to help them learn to navigate change, build resilience, and develop a wayfinding mindset—especially when they face uncertain transitions. Her work lives in the tricky space between ambition, impact and wellbeing at a time when we are forced (gleefully or kicking and screaming) to reimagine what it means to live meaningful and successful lives in a rapidly changing world.
Joan’s work involves a constellation of activities that hang together around a deep desire to equip individuals, teams and organizations to prepare for life's inevitable What Now? Moments by learning to engage uncharted territory as an invitation to curiosity and experimentation.
She is a tenured associate professor in the Tobin College of Business at St. John’s University in New York City where she teaches Creativity and Innovation for Business and Society, Strategic Service Design and Consumer Behavior to undergraduate and graduate business students who have a heart for changing the world. She is also the founder of WOMB Service Design Lab, an action research consultancy where she works with individuals, teams and organizations to develop new tools and approaches designed to help leaders learn to navigate uncertain transitions and teach others to do the same.