How can embracing turbulence help you and your teams innovate during a crisis?
Find out by listening to Episode 172. Scott and I speak with Amy Lee Segami, President and Managing Principal of Segami Studios and Consulting, about leading yourself and others through times of crisis. She is a former engineer turned award-winning artist and entrepreneur who applies her unique application of fluid dynamics (Painting on Water™) to help leaders and teams embrace turbulence and increase innovation.
Amy’s works are in museums’ permanent collections, and her process was nominated for the 2020 Thomas Edison Innovation Award. She has been featured by media including BBC, NPR, Crain’s and the TED Blog. (read more about Amy below)
You’ll gain insights on:
- How embracing the principles of turbulence can help you and your teams navigate disruptions from crises such as COVID-19 and the volatile economy
- What one of Amy’s clients learned about turbulence through Painting on Water™ that helped them to increase innovation
- Three immediately useful ideas for leading to find the positive side of turbulence