How to Make Change Your Friend
July 15 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
In this talk, Andi will help you:
* Better understand why you and your brain hate change.
* Begin to visualize your future for the next two years.
* Learn how to make small wins to move you forward.
* Create the start of a ChangeMap process, Dr. Simon’s proprietary tool, to help you begin your journey.
There will be time for your questions and a lot of doing, not just listening, so you can put pen to paper and begin to see yourself emerging from these chaotic times with new strengths.
This event is sponsored by the New York Women’s Business Center based in Utica, New York serving 26 NYS counties. Their services are free. Find out more about them at www.nywbc.org
About the Presenter
Andrea J. Simon, Ph.D. (“Andi”) is an international leader in the growing field of corporate anthropology, an Axiom bronze Best Business Book of 2017 winning author of On the Brink: A fresh lens to take your business to new heights, and the founder and CEO of Simon Associates Management Consultants (SAMC).
Andi’s forthcoming book is entitled Rethink: Smashing the Myths of Women in Business. Scheduled for release in January 2021, it shows how women today are challenging the expected norms of business and crashing through with extraordinary creative business, legal and professional solutions.
Dr. Simon enables organizations to see their cultures with fresh eyes. Her talks on Change Matters and Blue Ocean Strategy have been featured in over 500 engagements. She is widely covered in Inc.com, Business Week, Good Morning America, and Modern Healthcare and has been a blogger for Forbes and Fierce Healthcare.
With more than 125,000 monthly listeners, her podcast, On the Brink with Andi Simon, is ranked among the top 200 business podcasts and the rated among the top 20 for futurists.
Andi and her husband Andrew Simon (another Andy) launched the Simon Initiative for Entrepreneurship at Washington University in 2018. She was also a visiting professor teaching entrepreneurship at Washington University in 2006.
Her clients come from across the globe and span industries as she helps them come “off the brink,” and learn how to soar again.