An Introduction to Adaption-Innovation and its uses
Want to know more about KAI? Want to know your own score and gain insights into your preferred behaviour and its impact on others? Would you like to see KAI in action?
Find out more at our exciting new online workshop. Dr Rob Sheffield will give you an overview of Adaption-Innovation, and an introduction into some of its applications, especially in the area of effective organisational change, leadership and team dynamics.
This workshop is ideal for people who are interested in adaption-innovation, personality and it’s impact, management of change, leadership and team effectiveness. It is designed for anyone who would like an introduction to A-I and its implications.
Participants will complete the KAI online in advance of the workshop. Results will be shared confidentially during the workshop, and a one-on-one 15-20-minute coaching session will be scheduled after the workshop with Rob Sheffield to further explore meaning of results.
Who: Everyone welcome
When: May 12, 2021, at 10:00 AM, EDT; or 15:00 GMT
How much: Early bird discount: $250 (before April 30th)
Regular price: $300
Registration closes on Monday 10th May
Dr Rob Sheffield will:
- Explain Adaption-Innovation
- Highlight key implications for practice and application
- Give you your A-I score with personal feedback
- Provide online networking with fellow your professionals
- Cover the potential for further personal development
Rob is a director at Bluegreen Learning, and a Visiting Fellow at Bristol Business School. He is co-founder of the Bristol Innovation Group, a city-wide cross-sectoral network to help people learn about and apply innovation practices. And he is Co-Leader, Global Practice for the Innovation Leadership special interest group, a part of the ISPIM network.
His first book: ‘How Leaders Learn to Enable Innovation in Teams: Innovation Catalysts’, was published in January 2019.
In 2020, Rob helped train facilitators to run the online innovation conference hosted in Berlin by the International Society for Professional Innovation Management (ISPIM), which welcomed more than 800 guests in 250 facilitated sessions.