Leadership Agility through Music – Orchestrate, Collaborate & Improvise!

The Bay Area Human Resources Executives Council & Orchestrating Excellence
present an interactive keynote

with Gary Muszynski, Chief Engagement Officer, Orchestrating Excellence

When: January 18, 2017 from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm
(includes hors d’oeuvres + 90-min. program + networking)

Location: Brocade, 130 Holger Way, San Jose, CA 95134

Complex and uncertain times require a new way to leverage your organization’s leadership and team effectiveness.

Get inspired by fresh perspectives on workplace leadership, collaboration and change that are holistic, multicultural, experiential, and yes, musical!

  • Discover specific leadership lessons embedded in classical, world, and jazz music to make you a more effective and flexible leader depending on the situation at the enterprise, team or individual levels
  • Leave with new ideas, frameworks, and tools for becoming more agile in navigating organizational complexity, ambiguity, and dissonance
  • Hear examples of diverse leadership styles performed by world-class musicians
  • Get inspired on ways to leverage play for team building, onboarding, leadership development, M&A’s and culture change initiatives
  • Connect and bond with other creative HR Senior leaders, CLO’s, and L&OD professionals through an innovative participatory learning experience.

Our facilitators have performed with Sting, Santana, Bobby McFerrin, Huey Lewis and the News, Dave Mathews Band, Turtle Island String Quartet, and other Grammy Award-winning artists.

Trusted By: Charles Schwab Genentech Kaiser McKesson Hampton Inn Apple Walmart Ford U.C. Berkeley Bank of America Juniper Networking Pixar HopeLab Center for Creative Leadership Deloitte Entertainment Arts Stanford Business Fast Company Organization Development Network Monterey Bay Aquarium

Our Work Combines: organization development, leadership, systems thinking, play, group dynamics, neuroscience, creativity, and resilience

"My memory of an Orchestrating Excellence experience is what it’s like to be with people when they rediscover their creative selves. I was astonished at how much deep learning went on." - Margaret Wheatley, Author, Leadership and the New Science