In a world of disruptiveness and uncertainty, past experience and knowledge are often insufficient to address the challenges faced and/or take advantage of emerging opportunities. Continuous learning and education are key to making and sustaining change and thriving in the future.
JWC's education offerings help participants and organizations recognize and understand their environment, see into and prepare for the future, learn how to improve value creation, and ultimately improve performance and increase their probability of success.
“…Jay is a teacher at heart, making sure he shepherds his clients along a path as opposed to just telling them an answer. This leaves them with a clear understanding of how best to succeed. I have learned a lot from Jay.”
-Gary L. Consulting Executive
Core sessions currently include:
Shift to Succeed: Thriving in the Face of Disruptions and Uncertainty
How to See and Think Differently: Stop Being Surprised
The Five Leadership Superpowers℠: Leading Under Uncertainty
Risk Management as an Advantage: It's Not Just About Loss Avoidance
Preparedness and Resilience: Better than Insurance for Disruptions
The Intersections of Strategy, Organization, and Operations: Where Value Is Created or Lost
All sessions are interactive with a mix of presentations, activities, and discussions. Content is customizable for an organization's context and needs. Courses can be combined and delivered via keynotes, executive briefings, and webinars.
Session benefits include:
Building awareness and understanding of the session topic and how it fits in the big picture.
Developing knowledge and capabilities to help their organizations succeed.
Learning about and how to use new approaches, frameworks, and tools.
Becoming better prepared, ready, and able to contribute to organizational success.
"Jay's presentation, 'Shift to Succeed: Becoming and Staying a Relevant and Valuable Leader in the 2020s' provided valuable insights into how constant change has become the norm and how executives must be prepared for disruption. Leaders need to challenge mindsets, beliefs, and assumptions to understand the paths available once disruption occurs. Jay's presentation style is informative, collaborative, and thought-provoking."
-David E., Customer Success Executive