If you’ve looked over the agenda for the NTEN’s first-ever Leading Change Summit (#14LCS) this September, you’ve probably noticed that we tried to build in a healthy mix of time that attendees will spend in their tracks vs. time that will be spent all together.
All this summer we’ve been introducing you to the facilitators who will make the three tracks so memorable. Today I’m happy to introduce someone who will lead our first chunk of all-attendee, cross-track time on Wednesday, September 3: Lisa Heft.
Lisa is an internationally renowned facilitator and educator known for her use of Open Space Technology and other participant-driven dialogic and interactive methods for engaging deeper reflection, learning, and interchange. Her experience is across cultures and industries for diverse meeting objectives, knowledge-sharing conferences, dialogue-based task work, planning, and reflection. Lisa has been coaching our Education Manager, Julia, as we design this inaugural Summit, and she knows how important it is that the first all-conference gathering on Wednesday afternoon set a foundation for the rest of the event.
When you arrive at the San Francisco Hilton, you’ll pick up your registration badge and head directly into the session that Lisa is planning. She’s working closely with Wednesday’s keynote speaker, Deena Pierott, to make sure that this first opportunity for learning and sharing is inclusive, fun, thoughtful, and sets the stage for you to make the most of the rest of the Summit.
View the lineup of #14LCS speakers and facilitators and register today!