Session: Who gets to be an Innovator - Redefining D&I and who we think gets to be an innovator.
Working in this new normal requires you to step into your Zone of Genius, to be mentally prepared to design the future, and develop new ways that foster collaboration, culture, creativity, and commitment to working on something much bigger than ourselves. In this session, you will learn how to find your north star, step boldly into your personal zone of genius to achieve peak performance, pivot your mindset, become more engaged and impact within the innovation economy, and recharge with the ability to take on the world.
This also requires us to re-frame the story that we tell ourselves about how we show up and do our best work. How we execute, how we personally become accountable for our success, and the shared success of others.
Execution is about Commitment, Action, and Accountability.
- Attendees will walk away from Felecia's session knowing how to:
- 1. Identify your Zone of Low Return
- 2. Step Boldly into your Zone of Genius
- 3. Zones of Opportunity.
Felecia Hatcher is on a mission to rid communities across the globe of innovation deserts by working with community leaders and government officials to create inclusive and diverse tech/startup ecosystems, that transform communities into magnetic forces for attracting talent, resources and opportunities to thrive within the innovation economy.
As an Author, Globally sought after speaker and the Co-Founder of Tribe Cowork and Urban Innovation Lab, Code Fever, and Black Tech Week, Hatcher’s transformational work has been honored as a 2014 Obama White House Champion of Change for STEM Access and Diversity, Harvard Young American Leader, Comcast Inovator, featured on the Today Show, Forbes, MSNBC and a Grio’s 100 African Americans Making History. Supporters of her work include Knight Foundation, Comcast, Morgan Stanley, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, Ford and others.
Hatcher is the author of 5 books, and a top requested speaker at Google, Ernst & Young, Walmart, Door Dash, Target, Spotify, and countless foundations, corporations and educational institutions.