Are you at the beginning of a project and looking to start right?
When launching a new project or team, research shows that – even before you get to work – simple steps will make you far more likely to succeed.
Effective leaders “pause” teams to pretend they have succeeded (“success pre-mortem”) or have failed (“failure pre-mortem”), and discuss factors likely to have fueled that outcome.
Stanford University’s Kathryn Segovia joins you live to lead interactive exercises that set your team up for success.
Dr. Kathryn Segovia is the Head of Learning Experience Design, Executive Education at the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford.
Dr. Segovia holds a Bachelors, Masters and PhD from Stanford University. She is an expert in helping teams flex their creativity and innovation muscles to address complicated, long-standing challenges with a new set of design thinking tools.
Lisa • February 2021
CHRO at $200M SaaS company
“…I used this to bring our team together and revisit how we all work…incredibly effective…”
Susan • February 2021
CHRO on 8-person executive team
“…this was an effective way for us to hit the ‘reset’ button and start afresh…well-done…”
David • February 2021
CRO on 11-person executive team
“…Kathryn is popular Stanford professor and was great to have her work with us…”