The Big Think+ Book Club is excited to welcome dynamic corporate speaker and consultant, Cassandra Worthy, for a conversation on how to embrace change during challenging times and build a culture of resilience at your organization. Cassandra is the author of Change Enthusiasm: How to Harness the Power of Emotion for Leadership and Success. Through her work with organizations such as Procter & Gamble, JLL, and Johnson & Johnson, she has helped organizations disrupt “change as usual” to transform workplace culture from surviving change to growing through change.
Cassandra will share a practical framework to apply at your organization that will help employees: :
- Develop a resilient mindset that will enable organizational growth
- Make conscious, productive choices in the face of disruption
- Harness the power of emotion to embrace transformation
- Model change management for their teams
- Engage and nurture a virtual community
Cassandra Worthy is the world’s leading expert on Change Enthusiasm®. She is lighting the world on fire with her refreshingly unique take on not just ‘managing’ but growing through change. Her leadership development and consulting company Change Enthusiasm Global creates value at the intersection of change and emotion in the workplace. Worthy’s mission is to bring this revolutionary and research-backed approach for embracing change and using it to propel you to new heights with people all over the world. She is trusted by clients around the globe including Google, Johnson & Johnson, Bank of America, Sanofi, Zoom, and Cisco.
After spending nearly 15 years working as an executive within both Procter & Gamble and Berkshire Hathaway thriving through some of the biggest acquisitions ever recorded in the consumer packaged goods industry, Worthy decided to cultivate the mindset and tools she practiced to grow through these disruptions in a way that inspires, invigorates, and motivates others to grow through their greatest change challenges. Change Enthusiasm® has become much more than just a mindset, it’s a worldwide movement.