Everything I’ve done until now has gotten me to this point, so why change? However, the extent to which we are individually capable of change determines our collective ability to tackle struggling business, inequity, political polarity, our climate crisis. Dive deep into your motivation for change – this interactive session will introduce practices that unblock your ability to work in more collaborative, adaptive, and transformational ways.
Aithan Shapira (MFA PhD) is an established artist, Lecturer at MIT Sloan, and founder of Tilt, a culture design and transformation firm focused on change-ability. As facilitator and coach, he draws on 20+ years of transforming the creative process into cultural practice that he is applying with global leaders in organizations such as NASA, Google, and Roche. Aithan serves on McKinsey’s think tank for Advancing Adult Learning and Development and has pioneered progressive curricula at the edge of leadership and skills retraining for the future of work at MIT Sloan, Harvard iLab, Stanford d.school, and the Berklee Institute for Creative Entrepreneurship.
Aithan developed his research on the creative process at the Royal College of Art & Design, lived in an Australian Aboriginal community for three years to study art’s impact on cultures of survival, and continues to be a visiting critic at arts institutions internationally. He exhibits his artwork in museums and galleries in New York, London, and Miami.
(Tuesday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm New York Time