LAST Anywhere Talk with Lynne Cazaly

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Adaptive Thinking with Lynne Cazaly

About the talk

How we think about things can prove to be a foundation for growth and change … or a turning point towards spirals and stagnation.

When we are asked to change, or need to lead others in change, it’s how we think – and how we adapt our own thinking – that helps make great change happen.

Join in this session that uncovers:

  • how we think,
  • how else to use our thinking capabilities and
  • what to do with all of the wonderful thinking we create!

Lynne will join us via video from Melbourne, Australia

About Lynne

Lynne Cazaly helps individuals, teams and organisations transition to new and better ways of thinking and working.

She is a keynote speaker, six-time author and a master facilitator. She works with executives, senior leaders and project teams on their change and transformation projects.

Lynne is an experienced radio broadcaster, presenter and producer having presented more than 10000 hours on-air. Her background is as a communication specialist, having lectured in under-graduate and post-graduate programs in several of Australia’s Universities and consulting to different industries, sectors and fields on engagement, communication and change.

She was a keynote speaker at the Agile Conference in Washington USA last year and regularly speaks, trains and facilitates on topics of change, transformation and culture.

Lynne can help you think better, make sense of information and handle the realities of information overload with her clever hacks and ingenious processes, tools and methods.

Lynne is an experienced board director and chair and an #avgeek, loving everything aviation and air traffic control.
Her books include ‘Visual Mojo’, ‘Making Sense’, ‘Leader as Facilitator’, ‘Agile-ish’, and her most recent award-winning book ‘ish: The Problem with our Pursuit for Perfection and the Life-Changing Practice of Good Enough’.

Details

Title: Adaptive Thinking with Lynne Cazaly
Date: Tuesday 31 March 2020 (Australia/NZ), Monday 30 March 2020 (North America)
Duration: 60 minutes
Start Time:
Melbourne, Sydney. 1:30pm AEST
Wellington. 3:30pm NZST,
Boston. 10:30pm EDT (30 March)
Los Angeles. 7:30pm PDT (30 March)
London. 3:30am (31 March)
Keywords: Virtual meetings, virtual conferences, virtual collaboration, remote work.

About LAST Anywhere Talks

LAST stands for Lean, Agile and Systems Thinking. It was born out of meetup groups and then a conference, started in Melbourne AU in 2012. Since then, it grew to also be held in Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra and Adelaide. 1st Conference (Organisational Agility) and Spark the Change Melbourne (Meaning and Purpose at work and in society) are related conferences.

LAST Anywhere talks and workshops draw subject matter from the full range of topics covered by LAST, 1st and Spark the Change. Delivered online, they aim to provide non-formal learning and valuable interactions, and extend on the value provided by physical events.

All you need is a good internet connection, a webcam, headphones, and a microphone. Also, you will need the focus to be present and make the most of the session.