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"If the environment in which we operate is more chaotic, we’ve got to introduce chaos into the system.” —General Martin E. Dempsey, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
Transcending Complexity: A Conversation with Women Leaders II
You asked, and we promised, to continue the dialogue we started in January about leading successfully in the face of complexity.
We have arranged for registered participants to receive The Chaos Imperative: How Chance and Disruption Increase Innovation, Effectiveness, and Success, by former Plexus Institute board member, and New York Times best selling author, Ori Brafman when it is published in mid-August.
Listen to audio from the September call with Ori Brafman
Breakfast and Discussion: January 15, 2014, 8:30-11:30am
Join us for breakfast and conversation as we build on our exploration of disruption and chaos and their importance to successful leadership.
· To explore the benefits of chaos and disruption and their crucial role in innovation
· To make the invisible visible
· To continue to expand and strengthen your network of other leaders who are ‘leading at the same altitude”
· To get refreshed, renewed, reenergized
The $175 fee includes the book and the breakfast. Please register ASAP to reserve your space. You can download the audio from a call with Ori Brafman above.
Your hosts Sharon Benjamin, Lisa Kimball, Trish Silber and Nedra Weinstein have created a community of practice within the Plexus Institute to explore the intersections of leadership and complexity. We are organizational practitioners who have worked with leaders in a wide range of organizations in the government, nonprofit and private sectors including the US Army, NASA, Merck, Capital One Financial Corp., Google, T. Rowe Price, The Smithsonian Institution, United Nations Development Programme, Pop Council, Mass coalition for the Prevention of Medical Errors, NPR, PBS, DIA, University of Maryland Medical Center.
Location: The Cosmos Club
2121 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20008
(note: Dupont Circle Metro, Parking is available)
Date: Wednesday January 15, 2014
Time: 8:30 – 11:30am
Breakfast will be served