Webinars: Complexity: How Leaders Can Navigate Unpredictable Situations

Join Singularity University’s Catherine Brown and Chipp Norcross as they introduce models and tools that leaders can use to navigate unpredictable situations. They will introduce the polarity map, Cynefin Model and provide great examples of how leaders can think differently during challenging times.

  • Identify challenges and ask the right questions
  • Look at ways to experiment and learn
  • How to amplify bright spots as they emerge
  • How to identify early warning signs

At Singularity University, we prepare leaders to thrive amid uncertainty and empower them to lead their organizations into bold new futures with valuable tools, frameworks, and leadership models not found elsewhere.

See how we can help your organization become exponential, with leaders who are prepared to tackle the coming changes and seize new opportunities.

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Complexity: How Leaders Can Navigate Unpredictable Situations

About the Speakers

Catherine Brown, Vice President of Executive Education at Singularity University

Catherine is the Vice President of Executive Education, overseeing our Open Enrollment offerings including the flagship Executive Program. She joins SU on the heels of a 12 year tenure at Google. While there, she was a founding member of their Executive Development function, creating and delivering world-recognized leadership development strategies and programs aimed at growing Google’s most senior leaders. She launched the first ever executive leadership program for women at Google as well as the first ever well-being focused program. She holds a Masters in Education from the Harvard University Graduate School of Education and a BA in Sociology from University of California Los Angeles.

Chipp Norcross, Vice President of Enterprise Solutions at Singularity University

Chipp is Vice President of Enterprise Solutions at Singularity University. Before joining SU, Chipp worked in the fields of innovation, strategy and product development at McKinsey and Synectics, focusing on CPG, healthcare, and energy. Chipp holds degrees in Computer Information Systems and Finance from Indiana University and simultaneously earned both an MBA and a Master of Science degree in Engineering from Stanford University. He is an alumnus of the December 2014 Executive Program.