How to Thrive in Chaos with Nadya Zhexembayeva

Dealing with change is overwhelming, and leaders are under extreme pressure to help their teams “get through it.”

But the best leaders are helping their teams thrive in chaos, not simply survive. They understand change is happening quickly. Disruption will continue. Uncertainty is the norm. 

One out of three public companies will cease to exist in their current form over the next five years–a rate six times higher than forty years ago. 

The need to reinvent has never been greater–for organizations and individuals. Leaders must develop the mindset and skillset to thrive in chaos. 

Gayle Lantz speaks with reinvention expert, Dr. Nadya Zhexembayeva.

About Dr. Nadya Zhexembayeva:

Nadya is on a big mission to provide one billion people with strong resilience and reinvention skills so people can all ride the waves of change, rather than get crushed by them.

She and her Chief Reinvention Officer team have helped countless companies and leaders deal with change by reinventing their products, processes and leadership practices.

As a speaker, she has shared her insights with audiences worldwide. She’s delivered three TEDx talks: Austria, Slovenia and the US.

She’s authored two books and contributed to five more. The Chief Reinvention Officer Handbook – How to Thrive in Chaos offers bold methods for disruptive times.

Nadya is known as the “Reinvention Guru” and “Queen of Reinvention.” She’s done consulting with organizations like The Coca-Cola Company, IBM, CISCO.

As an educator, Nadya personally contributed to the development of nearly 5,000 executives from over 60 countries and 20 industries.

This episode covers:

  • Challenges to current assumptions about how change works
  • How to deal with resistance to change
  • The need for frequent and continual reinvention
  • Engaging employees at all levels in the process
  • How to assess your organization’s ability to anticipate, design and implement change

Note: This episode applies to any leader who wants to drive change, innovation or reinvention in their organization (or for themselves).


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