Change SIG - 3/24/2023

03/24/2023 9:28 PM | Mary Charles Blakebrough (Administrator)

What Are your Three Tomorrows?
How Do You Create the Future You Prefer
for You & Your Organization?
What are your three tomorrows? How do you create the kind of future you prefer? What are your desires for a better future?

Join Jayne Fleener and Susan Westbrook as they explore the Three Tomorrows and how you can expand your understandings about your relationship with the future to set a foundation for the future you desire. They will share their perspectives and experiences with working with individuals and organizations to create possible, plausible and preferred futures. Join them as they take us on a journey to the future! 

Jayne Fleener, Ph.D. 

Jayne Fleener is a Futurist, Professor, Educator, Connector. Jayne is a former dean and current professor at NC State University. She has been working with futurists and community leaders to develop futures literacy and social transformation for new ways of thinking. Her upcoming book Learning and leading in an age of transformation will be published in the forthcoming Living in an Age of Transformation series. She has three graduate degrees from UNC-Chapel Hill, including her doctorate in curriculum and instruction with an emphasis in mathematics education

Since 2015 when Jayne returned full-time to teaching and research, among her classes she teaches Organizational Theory that includes futuring strategies, many of which are in her Futures Learning website. She is a boundary spanner committed to working across fields for future transformation.

Susan Westbrook, PCC, Ph.D.  

Susan Westbrook spent 3 decades in education before moving her focus to healing, coaching, and writing.  She is the author of The Five Tibetans Yoga Workshop: Tone Your Body and Transform Your Life (Findhorn Press 2014).  Her current manuscript, Who’s Coaching Michelangelo?: Inspiring a Creator’s Mindset in Your World-Shaping Clients, will be book-ready soon.

Susan’s number one agenda is to influence creators, game-changers, and world-shifters by helping them transcend their circumstances and move boldly toward their dreams.  She knows that for action-oriented big thinkers, the greatest "problem" is finding allies who will take them seriously and stop advising them to be more realistic. Big dreams require big containers of support and creative partnership. That is what Susan offers her clients, workshop participants, and readers.

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