Leadership Webinars

Conversations & Connections: Tourism in Virginia
Originally aired on July 15, 2021
Presented by Alexis Swann M.B.A. '93, Cliff Fleet '91, M.A. '93, J.D. '95, M.B.A. '95, Lynelle Haugabrook '14 and Benming Zhang '16, J.D. '20

This virtual series sponsored by TowneBank brings together W&M leaders throughout Virginia to discuss business challenges, partnerships, and collaborations that build a stronger community. Alexis Swann M.B.A. '93 will moderate each discussion. This first session focused on "tourism in Virginia" and featured Cliff Fleet '91, M.A. '93, J.D. '95, M.B.A. '95, Lynelle Haugabrook '14 and Benming Zhang '16, J.D. '20.

Leaders in Health: Preparing for Summer and Return to School
Originally aired on June 30, 2021
Presented by Dr. Melissa Moore ’84, Dr. Lee Beers ’92, Colleen Gorman ’95, Dr. David Dafashy

W&M alumnae and health industry leaders Dr. Melissa Moore ’84, chief scientific officer of platform research at Moderna, Dr. Lee Beers ’92, president of the American Academy of Pediatrics, and Colleen Gorman ’95, head of quality events and investigation in global product development at Pfizer, share insights with Dr. David Dafashy, W&M's medical director, about the latest in vaccine development, mRNA, boosters and preparing children for the school year and beyond.

W&M APIM Professionals: Celebrating and Strengthening our Community
Originally aired on June 17, 2021
Presented by Clem Cheng ’86, Clarissa Delgado ’09, Baiyin Murphy ’10, Amandeep Sidhu ’00

W&M alumnus Clem Cheng ’86, SVP of HR at Comcast, moderates a discussion with fellow alumni, Clarissa Delgado ’09, COO and co-founder of Teach for the Philippines, Baiyin Murphy ’10, general partner at Indicator Ventures, and Amandeep Sidhu ’00, partner at Winston & Strawn, on overcoming career challenges and their thoughts on the current environment for the APIM community.

GALA alumni panel with Wayne Curtis ’82
Originally aired on June 15, 2021
Presented by Wayne Curtis ’82

GALA alumni panel with Wayne Curtis ’82 as moderator. Michael Pemberton ’84, Dr. Leisa Meyer and Dr. George Greenia will participate as panelists.

Data Privacy: Now and in the Future
Originally aired on June 3, 2021
Presented by Michael Lewis, Glenn Ballard ’00, Melody Balcet ’98, Jay Sinha J.D. ’12

W&M alumni Glenn Ballard ’00, Melody Balcet ’98, and Jay Sinha J.D. ’12 join Professor Michael Lewis, chair of W&M's computer science department for a conversation on domestic and international legal, policy and technology issues impacting data privacy.

Diverse Voices in Hollywood
Originally aired on May 27, 2021
Presented by Franklin jin Rho ’96, Milan Chakraborty ’00, Chitra Sampath ’06, Prof. Francis Tanglao Aguas

Franklin jin Rho ’96, TV writer and producer, Milan Chakraborty ’00, head of film at Marginal MediaWorks, and Chitra Sampath ’06, creator and executive producer at Netflix, discuss diversity in the arts and entertainment industry and the focus on amplifying voices of underrepresented artists and creators. This discussion was moderated by Professor Francis Tanglao Aguas.

The Business of NASCAR
Originally aired on May 6, 2021
Presented by Steve Newmark ’93, Tad Geschickter ’85, Lauren Edwards ’08, Ryan Preece

Join Steve Newmark ’93, president of Roush Fenway Racing, and Tad Geschickter ’85, co-owner of JTG Daugherty Racing, to learn more about the business, communications and training involved with NASCAR. Steve and Tad share their career history and insights into NASCAR as a business. Ryan Preece shares his perspective from inside the vehicle and discuss their training routines and how he got into auto racing. Lauren Edwards ’08, founder and CEO of Reine Digital, moderates this discussion.

W&M Sustainability Symposium: A Closer Look with Winona LaDuke
Originally aired on April 21, 2021
Presented by Winona LaDuke

Winona LaDuke, Native American environmentalist and political activist shares her perspective on the importance of individuals connecting with their local communities and ecosystems to the benefit of their future and the world. Known as a leader in the issues of cultural-based sustainable development strategies, renewable energy, and sustainable food systems, LaDuke discusses her experience in these areas and the ties between the rights of Indigenous people, the environment, and sustainability progress in the United States. She explores the role that arts and culture can play in connecting people and action, sharing a direction for the future, and bringing people together around common challenges and successes.

Political Campaigns 101: Running for Office in Virginia
Originally aired on April 1, 2021
Presented by Will Payne ’01, Jay Jones ’10, Caleb Rogers ’20, Briana Sewell ’12, Benny Zhang ’16

Hear from fellow W&M alumni about their experiences running for office in Virginia, from city council seats to attorney general. Attendees learn about how to start a political campaign, the process of running for office and lessons learned.

The Race to April 30: Presidential Administrations and the First 100 Days
Originally aired on March 30, 2021
Presented by Michael Powell ’85, D.P.S. ’02, Stephanie Murphy ’00, Mitchell Reiss P ’16, Liz Schrayer

Join policy leaders in national security, diplomacy and international development for a discussion of the first 100 days of presidential administrations.

Diverse Voices in Hollywood
Originally aired on March 25, 2021
Presented by Phil Sun ’04, Cord Jefferson ’04, Chon Glover M.Ed.’99, Ed.D. ’06

Chon Glover M.Ed.’99, Ed.D. ’06, W&M chief diversity officer moderates a discussion with Phil Sun ’04, top Hollywood talent agent, president and managing partner of representation firm M88 and former partner at WME, and Cord Jefferson ’04, Emmy Award winning television writer for the HBO hit series "Watchmen," and producer of "The Good Place." The topic of the discussion is diversity in the arts and entertainment industry and the focus on amplifying voices of diverse and underrepresented artists and creators.

Center for Creative Leadership Workshop
Originally aired on March 19, 2021
Presented by Marin Burton

While some issues are problems with a definite answer, the more challenging issues are polarities — situations in which both sides have benefits and drawbacks. Attempting to address these issues with traditional problem solving skills only makes things worse.

Individuals who can distinguish between a problem to solve and a polarity to manage are much more effective in all aspects of their lives. In this session, we will explore Polarity Thinking and how people can use this lens to effectively manage individual, team or organizational challenges. We will also engage with a mapping tool designed to help an individual think through ideas within various polarities. When used successfully, it helps identify the upsides and downsides of each pole, resulting in a whole picture of the polarity to be managed.

Institute for Integrative Conservation: Augmented Reality Application to Conservation
Originally aired on March 18, 2021
Presented by Enrique Sánchez-Rivera M.B.A. ’07 and Matthew Ramsey

In this event, Enrique Sánchez-Rivera MBA ’07, the CEO of Augmented Island Studios, and Matthew Ramsey, the Director of the Conservation International Hawai'i Program, discuss how they are using Augmented Reality (AR) to revolutionize the conservation of Hawai'i’s marine ecosystem and the sociocultural benefits it provides local people. Together they developed AR experiences that promote the consumption of Ta'ape, an invasive fish species that is devastating Hawai'i’s native biodiversity and the economic sustainability of local fishers. Through the integration of entrepreneurial thinking and immersive technology, the team used AR to inspire conservation action that promotes sustainable fisheries, supports local livelihoods, provides food sources for local people, and conserves Hawai'i’s marine ecosystems.

Celebrating W&M Women and Military Service
Originally aired on March 18, 2021
Presented by Caryn Wagner ’79

During Virginia's Women Veterans Week, join us as we celebrate W&M women who are serving or have served in the military. Hear stories of service from a panel of alumnae and a current W&M ROTC cadet moderated by the Honorable Caryn Wagner ’79. Then learn about what W&M is doing to support our veterans from the special assistant for military and veterans affairs. We will also hear about the Military Women's Memorial, located at the entrance of Arlington National Cemetery.

Introduction to the Institute for Integrative Conservation
Originally aired on February 25, 2021
Presented by Kat Baganski ’21, Pamela Collins, Erica Gaurroutte, Sara Gottlieb ’94, Iyabo Obasanjo, Robert Rose, Neel Simpson ’22, John Swaddle, Tara Vasanth ’23

As global change accelerates, the need to find solutions to the world’s most pressing conservation challenges has never been more critical. Building upon William & Mary’s strengths as a thought leader and research institution, the newly launched Institute for Integrative Conservation (IIC) is cultivating an inclusive community of conservation leaders from across disciplines and sectors to work together to deliver innovative conservation solutions. Watch to learn more about the IIC and the ways that you can get involved in this call to action.

Finding (or Creating) the Right Job: Exploring Passion, Values and Skills
Originally aired on February 25, 2021
Presented by Pam Krulitz ’86, P ’20, Raelene Wagoner ’87, P ’20, Bob Merkl

Pam Krulitz ’86, P ’20, Raelene Wagoner ’87, P ’20 and Bob Merkl explore how to clarify your passion, values and skills and make sure they’re aligned with the position you’re considering. You’ll leave with the clarity and confidence to make your next move.

Employing and Supporting Neurodiverse Professionals
Originally aired on February 24, 2021
Presented by Janet Atwater ’84, P ’17, P ’20, Karin Wulf and John Elder Robison

Neurodiverse professionals bring significant skills and abilities that can add tremendous value to an organization. How can organizations and neurotypical professionals create and cultivate a more inclusive workplace for neurodiverse individuals? Janet Atwater ’84, P ’17, P ’20, Professor Karin Wulf and John Elder Robison lead a presentation on addressing neurodiversity in the workplace and share tools to support an inclusive and supportive environment for all professionals to be successful.

Underrepresentation in the Workplace: Soul Capacity for Social Justice
Originally aired on February 24, 2021
Presented by Tamisha Williams M.Ed. ’10 

Tamisha Williams M.Ed. ’10 leads a conversation for all identities, including allies, about the ways in which you can make space for yourself in the workplace, as well as a safe place to share personal stories and testimonies.

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Workplace: Strategies and Stories
Originally aired on February 24, 2021
Presented by Sharma ’92, M.A. ’93, Valerie Cushman, Latoya Asia J.D. ’09, Logan Scott ’13

Keynote by alumna Shuchi Sharma ’92, M.A. ’93, vice president for global diversity and inclusion at SAP, followed by a discussion moderated by Valerie Cushman with W&M alumni Latoya Asia J.D. ’09, managing counsel at Dominion Energy and Logan Scott ’13, manager of diversity & inclusion at The Walt Disney Company.

Growing Grit in Challenging Times
Originally aired on February 23, 2021
Presented by Kirsten Jones ’93

Between the pandemic, job losses, Zoom for school and work (or both), not to mention complete upheaval in our daily lives, we’ve been left reeling. How do we cope when it’s Groundhog Day every day? W&M alumna Kirsten Jones ’93, a motivational speaker and Peak Performance coach, discusses strategies to help navigate the pandemic (and beyond).

Getting Through and Accelerating Beyond
Originally aired on February 22, 2021
Presented by Mark Linaugh ’84, Tatia Granger, AnnaMaria DeSalva ’90, Kristen Vaughan ’00, Christopher Lee

Mark Linaugh ’84, former chief talent officer of WPP, Tatia Granger, clinical associate professor at William & Mary, AnnaMaria DeSalva ’90, global chairman and chief executive officer of Hill+Knowlton Strategies, Christopher Lee, chief human resources officer of William & Mary, and Kristen Vaughan ’00, managing director, human capital practice lead at Accenture Federal Services share their insights on what’s next for professionals and how to approach this year as an opportunity to accelerate professionally.

History for the Future: Campus Memorials
Originally aired on February 2, 2021
Presented by Jody Allen Ph.D. ’07, Louis Nelson ’90, Sara Bon-Harper

Universities have been addressing their histories of racial injustices in a variety of ways. William & Mary and the University of Virginia have designed memorials to enslaved workers, and the one at the University of Virginia has been constructed. William & Mary’s Jody Allen Ph.D. ’07 and the University of Virginia’s Louis Nelson ’90 explore the process and meaning of these projects in a panel moderated by Sara Bon-Harper.

Harpers Ferry: An Inside Look
Originally aired on December 10, 2020
Presented by Charles Bowery ’92, Catherine Magi J.D. ’05, Dennis Frye, Adrienne Petty

Join members of the W&M community for a discussion surrounding Harpers Ferry National Historic Park, the important events that have taken place over its history and the connections we can draw back to William & Mary and Williamsburg. The conversation will be moderated by Charles Bowery ’92, and will include Catherine Magi J.D. ’05 and Dennis Frye (Harpers Ferry historians) and Adrienne Petty, associate professor of history.

New History at Highland
Originally aired on December 1, 2020
Presented by Sara Bon-Harper

William & Mary’s Highland is a historic site that was home to a U.S. President — and so much more. Highland Executive Director Sara Bon-Harper and members of the Highland Descendant Advisory Council discuss how the site is an innovative setting for understanding U.S. history through the stories of the individuals who lived there, and the events that shaped its economic, agricultural and political contexts. Highland is a laboratory for creative public history, and has been part of William & Mary since 1974. The new narratives of Highland’s past and present reflect the voices of descendants of people enslaved on the property, and are created through a practice of collaborative history.

Virtual Tour of the National Museum of the U.S. Army
Originally aired on November 13, 2020
Presented by Charles Bowery ’92

Take part in an exclusive behind-the-scenes virtual tour of the new National Museum of the U.S. Army. The tour took place from the museum and was hosted by Charles Bowery ’92, executive director of the U.S. Army Center for Military History.

Evening at the Embassy: The Future of U.S. Diplomacy
Originally aired on October 29, 2020
Presented by Mari C. Aponte, Barbara A. Leaf ’80, Tom A. Shannon ’80

Join the W&M community for a discussion regarding the future of U.S. diplomacy with Ambassadors Mari C. Aponte, Barbara A. Leaf ’80 and Tom A. Shannon ’80, D.P.S. ’20. The conversation is moderated by Steve Hanson, vice provost for international affairs.

Rising Tides, Sinking Coast: How Coastal Communities Can Adapt to Surging Sea Levels
Originally aired on October 13, 2020
Presented by Professor Molly Mitchell

Rising seas, frequent flooding, and subsiding land threatens coastal communities around the globe. Professor Molly Mitchell, a Research Assistant Professor with the Center for Coastal Resources Management at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science, has made it her life's work to understand these threats and how they affect communities. Professor Mitchell gives us a primer on sea level rise — what causes it, how it is affecting the United States, and what can be done to address it. She also shares her work to promote resilience in coastal communities.

How to Create Your Visual Brand
Originally aired on October 12, 2020
Presented by Alison Bruhn; Delia Folk ’14

Do you think your appearance is irrelevant? Keep these facts in mind:

Within the first seven seconds of meeting, people will have a solid impression of who you are — and some research suggests a tenth of a second is all it takes to start determining traits like trustworthiness.

Your brain decides within seven seconds if people are high status, trustworthy, charismatic, leadership material, promiscuous, smart, dominant and successful.

The way you present yourself in the world helps define who you are. The simplest choices can tell your story. You never get a second chance to make a first impression — make it one that will set you apart, build trust and truly reflect who you are. Join mother-daughter duo Alison Bruhn and Delia Folk ’14, co-founders of The Style That Binds Us, for a workshop on creating your own visual brand.

Inclusivity in Leadership
Originally aired on September 29, 2020
Presented by Mike Petters M.B.A. ’93 and Inga Carboni, Ph.D.

How can leaders create inclusive environments where courage and compassion lead to a sense of belonging for all members? Mike Petters M.B.A. ’93 and Inga Carboni, Ph.D. combine theory and practice to explore this question through the lens of our values.

Compassion in Leadership
Originally aired on September 15, 2020
Presented by Michael K. Powell ’85, D.P.S. ’02 and Drew Stelljes Ph.D. ’07

How can leaders create inclusive environments where courage and compassion lead to a sense of belonging for all members? Michael K. Powell ’85, D.P.S. ’02 and Drew Stelljes Ph.D. ’07 combine theory and practice to explore this question through the lens of our values.

Commercial Real Estate and COVID-19
Originally aired on September 10, 2020
Presented by Joe Jackson ’86, Jordan Lex ’05, Jim Molloy, Sheila Novak ’91, J.D. ’96, Graham Savage ’04 and Earl Wise ’83, J.D. ’87

Hear from Joe Jackson ’86, Jordan Lex ’05, Jim Molloy, Sheila Novak ’91, J.D. ’96, Graham Savage ’04 and Earl Wise ’83, J.D. ’87 as they discuss the impact of today's pandemic on various aspects of commercial real estate. Topics will include force majeure, forbearance, lender issues, state of the D.C. Metro region and the future of offices.

Creativity 101: A Guide to Daily Creativity
Originally aired on August 20, 2020
Presented by Zara Fina Stasi ’12

Join artist, founder, and creativity coach Zara Fina Stasi ’12 to learn three ways to flex your creativity muscle each day!

Winning with Resiliency
Originally aired on August 5, 2020
Presented by Anne McGeorge ’83, Fran Engoron ’70, Professor Sarah Stafford

This panel-style webinar engaged participants in a conversation about resilient leadership in turbulent times. Our panelists approach challenges, opportunities and winning tactics from three perspectives: nonprofit organizations, corporations and entrepreneurial ventures, and academia. Panelists Anne McGeorge ’83, Fran Engoron ’70, Professor Sarah Stafford each have leadership experience in one or more of those sectors. In each of those organizational spheres, crises may look a bit different but all are often opportunities to win by exercising resiliency. Panelists offer insights on how they have approached uncertainty, capitalized on opportunities to pivot towards success and rescued difficult situations. They also provide tips for developing an adaptive leadership style.

Navigating Uncertainty: Fall 2020 Education in Central Virginia and Beyond
Originally aired on July 28, 2020
Presented by Alison Dwier-Selden ’86, Matthew Haas M.Ed. ’97, Mark Hofer, Robert C. Knoeppel, Marsh Pattie ’00, Nicole Woods ’96

Pandemic, economic volatility and racial injustice are creating unique challenges for Central Virginia’s K-12 schools and the University of Virginia. Education professionals from both sectors discuss what to expect this fall and into the future.

Salon Series on Leadership in Times of Crisis Part 3
Originally aired on July 22, 2020
Presented by Carol O'Connell ’69; Fran Engoron ’70; Susan Magill ’72

Our world is facing three crises today: the COVID-19 pandemic, a serious economic recession and the selective denial of human rights based on race and ethnicity. This is not the first time in history that people across the world have taken the opportunity to be agents of positive change in times of crisis. Often, those people are women who rise as leaders and serve as voices for their communities. This Salon Series explores historical and current major crises through the lens of women leaders.

If you would like to explore this topic, join Society of 1918 members Carol O'Connell ’69, Fran Engoron ’70 and Susan Magill ’72 and their guests to discuss what we can learn and apply from other talented leaders. This Salon Series titled "Leadership in Times of Crisis" will be based on six short essays available for advance reading and three webinars over the course of three weeks. Carol, Fran, Susan and a number of special guests Beth Comstock ’82, Jeremy Martin Ph.D. ’12, M.B.A. ’17, Mashea Mason Ashton ’96, M.A.Ed. ’97 and Barbara Johnson J.D. ’84 will serve as facilitators for dialogues on leadership values, organizing for action, powerful communications, the importance of innovation and the power of women acting collectively. During the third week, participants will consider W&M's response to current events.

Salon Series on Leadership in Times of Crisis Part 2
Originally aired on July 15, 2020
Presented by Carol O'Connell ’69, Fran Engoron ’70 and Susan Magill ’72

Our world is facing three crises today: the COVID-19 pandemic, a serious economic recession and the selective denial of human rights based on race and ethnicity. This is not the first time in history that people across the world have taken the opportunity to be agents of positive change in times of crisis. Often, those people are women who rise as leaders and serve as voices for their communities. This Salon Series will explore historical and current major crises through the lens of women leaders.

Salon Series on Leadership in Times of Crisis Part 1
Originally aired on July 8, 2020
Presented by Carol O'Connell ’69, Fran Engoron ’70 and Susan Magill ’72

Our world is facing three crises today: the COVID-19 pandemic, a serious economic recession and the selective denial of human rights based on race and ethnicity. This is not the first time in history that people across the world have taken the opportunity to be agents of positive change in times of crisis. Often, those people are women who rise as leaders and serve as voices for their communities. This Salon Series will explore historical and current major crises through the lens of women leaders.

Higher Education Response to COVID-19
Originally aired on June 2, 2020
Presented by Beth Clarke M.Ed. ’05, Maegan Fallen ’12, Allison Jablonski ’86, Ken Kipps ’84, Matthew Lambert ’99

The W&M community gathered virtually for a conversation with higher education leaders in Virginia regarding the response to COVID-19. Moderated by Ken Kipps ’84, the discussion covers the higher education spectrum, from admissions to career development to academics.

Society of 1918 Virtual Gathering- Financial Planning #1
Originally aired on May 13, 2020
Presented by Tracy Shackelford

All financial plans are not created equal! In fact, it's imperative we have our own seat at the financial planning table to direct our wealth strategies. In this interactive session with financial advisor Tracy Shackelford, you'll learn about the "perfect storm" of challenges threatening women today, the impact this is having on our financial estates and what we can do to achieve our legacy and philanthropic commitments to our communities. 

Work From Home Confidently and Competently for Business Continuity
Originally aired on May 8, 2020
Presented by Rebecca Staton-Reinstein ’62

Whether your job was technology intensive or not, suddenly having to deal with a balky printer, overloaded Internet connection, or novel app or software adds to your stress. In this webinar Rebecca Staton-Reinstein ’62 explores these areas, based on what she has learned working from home for over a decade and building on the experience of tens of thousands of people worldwide.

Adaptive Strategic Planning
Originally aired on May 1, 2020
Presented by Shaun Loria ’08

In an uncertain environment, organizations and teams succeed by adapting quickly. What's the best way to create a strategic plan and communication strategy to lead your company, nonprofit, or team? Forget the company retreat to Aspen, and instead embrace a startup strategic planning framework that can be applied to respond quickly, decisively and intelligently in uncertain times.

Conquering Chaos during Social Separation: A Personal(ity) Approach
Originally aired on April 22, 2020
Presented by Erin Leigh ’05

Join Erin Leigh ’05, self-integrity guide, certified DiSC facilitator and president of theNeatNiche, for a thought-provoking discussion about the impact of personality styles on how we react to and navigate social distancing.

Confidence and the Coronavirus
Originally aired on April 1, 2020
Presented by Peter Atwater ’83

Peter Atwater ’83 shares his thoughts on confidence-driven decision-making specifically related to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Five Unwritten Rules For Creating a Career You Love
Originally aired on February 26, 2020
Presented by Terry McDougall ’86

Terry McDougall ’86 shares five rules that most people are never taught from her upcoming book “Winning the Game of Work” that empower people to take meaningful action to create a career they love. Whether you’re in career transition, looking to advance, or just want to feel more empowered in your current role, these tips will lead you to more career confidence, success and happiness.

Pathways to Develop Your Leadership
Originally aired on February 25, 2020
Presented by Wendy Preyssler ’88

Master Certified Coach Wendy Preyssler ’88 helps us interpret the results of the Leadership Circle Profile assessment. Participants are encouraged to take this online self-assessment prior to this webinar, the results of which will reveal the relationship between patterns of action and internal assumptions that drive your behavior.

Energy Leadership: The key to uncovering your full potential
Originally aired on March 21, 2019
Presented by Terry McDougall ’86

Terry McDougall ’86 shares how beliefs that we learned to keep us safe as children can actually stand in the way of the fulfillment we truly desire as adults. This webinar will provide a whole new perspective on what is possible in your life and career.

Creating Peak Experiences
Originally aired on March 20, 2019
Presented by Denis Beausejour ’07

In this William & Mary webinar Denis Beausejour ’07 helps you discover how to create peak experiences which lead to connections that get people excited to wake up and go to work.

Own Your Wellbeing: Discover your Strengths
Originally aired on March 19, 2019
Presented by Lorraine McCamley ’85

In this William & Mary webinar, Lorraine McCamley ’85 delves into Career Wellbeing — your satisfaction with what you do every day, whether you are paid or not — by focusing on your strengths and learning how to manage (not overcome) your weaknesses.

Navigating the Complexities of Entrepreneurial Growth
Originally aired on December 15, 2016
Presented by Brad Eure ’79

Brad Eure ’79 identifies the key issues you need to address today to create and maintain organizational alignment and engagement at your company.

Learn to Innovate at a Higher Level
Originally aired on October 11, 2016
Presented by Dr. Darin Eich M.Ed. ’02

Dr. Darin Eich M.Ed. ’02 interviewed over 100 innovative leaders about how they innovate and how they learn to do it personally and as a part of an organization. In this W&M Webinar, Darin shares with you the insights, what he learned, what he did, and how you can put his innovation findings into action too.