Catalyst Constellations Shannon Lucas, former Executive Vice President, Head of Emerging Business at Ericsson, is a global thought leader on intrapreneurship and corporate innovation frameworks. For over twenty years she’s driven innovation into Fortune 500 businesses and cutting-edge startups, launched her own companies, and served on the board of several non-profits. Shannon’s personal mission is to transform corporations into sustainable change engines. Shannon’s passion is igniting and supporting change agents. She’s excited to bring together and expand her global tribe through Catalyst Constellations.
Tracey Lovejoy is known for her optimistic outlook, quick mind, freakish intuition, sassy attitude and drive for results – which combine to make retreats fast-paced, fun and transformative! Tracey is a Coach that supports Catalysts and their teams, and is the Researcher behind the Catalyst movement. Before she became a Coach, Tracey spent 12 lightning-fast years at Microsoft, where she worked at the intersection of technology, design, and innovation leading teams of change makers. She is also the co-founder of the Ethnographic Praxis in Industry Conference, the premier international gathering on ethnography in business. When Tracey is not helping individuals and organizations transform she is hanging out with her kids, cleaning up after pets, or stealing moments to feed her reading addiction.
Time8.30pm CET/4.30am AEST/2.30pm EDT
Seeing Yourself in the Vision
This workshop will help Catalyst changemakers understand how to continue to create change while not sacrificing their own energy in the process. Join Shannon Lucas, a seasoned innovation executive who has built leading intrapreneurship programs at some of the world’s largest companies and Tracey Lovejoy, a researcher and coach who spent the last 6 years researching and supporting Catalysts. The questions that will be answered: 1. How do I pay attention to my personal process of change making vs. the innovation processes of the company? 2. How do I help non-intrapreneurs understand the value of the Catalyst’s process of changemaking when the value we bring to an organization can be invisible? 3. Why must I build rejuvenation into my personal process of change? How do I do that when I am so busy manifesting the change that needs to exist in the world?