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Speaking Engagements

David Sibbet is available for keynotes and other select speaking engagements. Sample topic areas are included below. Contact David for more information.

Designing & Leading Change

This presentation explores seven central challenges of change and the principles and practices that assure success in navigating a change process. David and his colleague Gisela Wendling, Ph.D., have developed an approach that integrates the necessary outer structures of change with perspective on the inner dynamics that arise within times of change. These ideas reflect practical application of post-modern practices in dialogic organization development theory. This presentation is informed by the forthcoming book by Sibbet and Wendling, Visual Consulting: Design & Leading Change, to be published by Wiley & Sons.

Seven Essential Tools of a Visually Literate Organization

In an increasingly visual world, communications have become interactive and graphic. Learn how to use design thinking and visual literacy to navigate your organization’s complex challenges, foster engagement, shape direction, and align people for implementation. In this interactive presentation, David Sibbet engages participants in visual practices, unpacks useful models and tools for visual leadership, and explores the role of new visual media in organizational communication. Sibbet is the author of Visual Leaders: New Tools for Visioning, Management & Organization Change (Wiley, 2012).

Rethinking Teams in a Networked World

Having a common language, a compelling narrative about collaboration, and backbone infrastructures that support teams’ blending face-to-face and remote work are contemporary elements of successful team-based cultures. This presentation unpacks David Sibbet’s rich experience using design thinking and visual facilitation, grounded in a comprehensive theory of process, to nurture high-performing teams. Sibbet co-authored the Drexler/Sibbet Team Performance Model® and related tools, and he is the author of Visual Teams: Graphic Tools for Commitment, Innovation & High Performance (Wiley, 2011).

Also check out The Grove Consultants International’s workshops on these kinds of topics.