We are all agents of change. We are each also members of various groups and sub-groups in our teams and organizations that impact where we are positioned in comparison to positional leadership and influences on cognitive climate. Being “in” or “out” of these groups affords both opportunities and challenges as they are navigated and managed. 

As KAI practitioners, we are often asked about various ways to consider and apply the problem solving styles of those we work with. Understanding AC1, AC2, and AC3 positions within teams and organizations is advantageous throughout the life cycle of various problems and projects. 

In this webinar, KAI course instructor and advanced practitioner, Dr. Megan Seibel, will offer insight and information valuable in assisting others with leveraging their problem solving style across different settings as agents of change.

Fee Information

Topics that will be addressed related to AC2 and AC3 groups include:

  • How to define them
  • Bridging cognitive gap
  • Shifts in cognitive climate with leadership changes
  • Influences of positional power and gaining appropriate input from other groups

Additionally, there will be time to meet colleagues and share ideas, experiences and techniques that have worked for you, as well as ask questions and discuss examples shared during the presentation.

The webinar is designed for certified or advanced KAI practitioners.

Thank you for your interest in this course. Unfortunately, the course you have selected is currently not open for enrollment. Please complete a Course Inquiry so that we may promptly notify you when enrollment opens.
Required fields are indicated by .