I feel honored to have been invited to facilitate small group discussions at this year’s Responsive Conference — a unique, interactive 2-day experience that brings together leading practitioners in organizational design and human development. The philosophy behind the conference aligns with my personal beliefs on the importance of adapting and building capabilities for growth amid exponential change.
As a facilitator, I am excited to help participants explore how can rapidly growing companies effectively apply responsive practices throughout their organization.
As a participant, I can’t wait to meet the people who shape the current practice of people ops and talent development and hear from a stellar lineup of speakers.
The Responsive Org movement is predicated on the belief that the most successful organizations are those that embrace change and are willing to consider creative, evidence-based approaches to innovation, culture, HR, and growth. The Responsive Org movement was founded to explore the Future of Work in all of its myriad of possibilities. Through our annual conference and smaller gatherings around the world, leaders in organizational design share best practices and approaches that will help you make changes to your own organization—changes designed to spur innovation, increase productivity, engender engagement, and more.
Some of the topic areas we emphasize when talking about Responsive and the Future of Work include:
Company Culture - creating an indelible culture that positively affects each member of an organization.
Experimentation -learn how organizations can iterate quickly and try out new approaches regularly
Personal Development - fostering strengths and supporting the lifelong development of employees.
Org Structure - companies around the world are exploring new ways to structure their organizations, including models like Holacracy, Team of Teams, and many more.
Remote Work - ensuring that teams remain tight-knit and collaborative even when geographically distributed.
Belonging, Diversity, & Inclusion - recognizing that different perspectives and backgrounds help to create higher-performing teams.