Hang on to the end of the rope

Real hope is tantamount as our second immune system and as we look around the world; we see the hope and solidarity we culminate when we all set aside our differences and fight against this common enemy. Although we’ve felt this precipitated global hope shortage, we stay hoping there will be a better tomorrow and believe it’s going to come sooner than we think. We just need to hold on to that end of the rope, just a bit longer.

We have found a new joy in putting these events together, and want to continue doing so for you. We do this as our way of thanking you for the support you’ve given us over the years. We have the content, we have resources, and we want to help you continue to stay engaged.

This upcoming week you can expect a similar schedule this week with our Sense Making Conversations on Friday at 12:30 pm. .

As well as our “Changemaker20” sessions with our Changemakers, from Tuesday-Thursday, also at 12:30 pm.


Ozioma Egwuonwu
Tuesday, April 21, 2020 @ 12:30pm
Becoming a Leader of Possibilities

Ozioma Egwuonwu
As a strategic advisor, Ozioma consults on complex strategic problems and transformational initiatives for a diverse array of clients, including government’s, Fortune 500 companies, non-profit organizations, educational institutions, small business owners, and personal and leadership development clients seeking to tap into a higher order of excellence and deliver dynamic breakthrough results.

The Corona Virus Crises is a challenging moment that none of us saw coming, but it’s also an opportunity for us to rise and reimagine what’s possible in the face of unforeseeable challenges by developing new pathways forward. It’s EXACTLY during moments like this that great leaders, businesses, and movements are born. Ozioma will share brief remarks on moving beyond fear and frustration towards the evolution of inner capacity and global contribution.


Zayna Khayat
Wednesday, April 22, 2020 @ 12:30pm
The Future of our Healthcare

Zayna Khayat
Health Futurist & Systems Thinking
Zayna is a futurist that’s sought after many global companies and conferences that want to get ahead in health and innovation. Her work and research have collaboratively urged her audiences to demand more in their health care. Dr. Khayat was previously the lead of health system innovation at MaRS Discovery District, a health innovation hub in Toronto, Canada. Currently, Zayna Khayat is a Future Strategist with SE Health.

There is a power shift occurring – from the healthcare provider to ‘people-powered health care.’ In this ‘patient revolution’, patients are taking matters into their own hands, now that they have more information as well as the means of production. Employers are also starting to become healthcare organizations, rather than waiting for or trying to fix the current healthcare system. Dr. Khayat brings a powerful perspective, and insight into what citizens, employers, and policy-makers must do today to enable and even catalyze positive change for tomorrow.

Sherry Walling
Thursday, April 23rd, 2020 @ 12:30pm
Finding Calm in Chaos: Mental Health and Life in a Pandemic

Dr. Sherry Walling
Entrepreneur Psychologist, Author & Speaker
A demanding work life can take a significant toll on your personal relationships. Now more than ever, working remote has caused many to feel stressed, isolated, and wrought with the kinds of challenges that can cause friction in even the most connected families. Dr. Sherry will walk you through how to protect your most important relationships in the midst of these times of uncertainty.

Dr. Sherry Walling is one of the world’s only clinical psychologists focused on the mental health of entrepreneurs & the self-employed. She has a unique mixture of elite research training, psychotherapy experience, and time in the entrepreneurial trenches.

Mary Donohue

Sense-Making Conversations

Friday, April 24th, 2020 12:30pm
How to achieve 76 more really good days

Dr. Mary Donohue
Generational Workforce Expert, Using Technology to Create Wellness
Dr. Mary Donohue is a social scientist. It’s her job to know why we speak and act the way we do at work and how we can shift to be even more effective. She has been named as one of the 18 Outstanding Women In Tech and Diversity MBA’s top 50 under 50, Dr. Donohue is a passionate advocate of revolutionizing today’s workforce training through technology and developing internal talent

Dr. Mary’s research found that we only understand the meaning of an email clearly 20% of the time, this is compounded by the problem of negative feedback and leads you to a stressful day. Her research indicates that if you can learn to classify people that you communicate with into groups, and identify patterns of behavior common to each group, you can reduce your digital stress by 10% and enjoy 76 more really good days.

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