Lesson Series

Cascades: Adopting a Changemaker Mindset

Learn how to facilitate the transformational change you hope for across your organization and community.
What you are going to learn

Adopting A Changemaker Mindset

So much of successful facilitation involves helping others navigate change. This program will equip you with a concrete framework for understanding change efforts, why they so often fail, and how to help make them succeed.
In this course you will unlock the secrets of:
  • Frame change with a purpose that resonates
  • Attract and empower allies
  • Identify and differentiate key stakeholders
  • Assess, understand, and leverage power
  • Build lasting impact

Who Should Attend?


who want to increase their impact.


who want to learn about change and how to make it happen.


who want to increase their capacity to impact organizations.


who want to increase their influence.

About Greg

Greg Satell is a transformation & change expert, international keynote speaker, and bestselling author of Cascades: How to Create a Movement that Drives Transformational Change, whose work has appeared in Harvard Business Review, Barron’s, Forbes, Inc., Fast Company and other A-list publications. His earlier book, Mapping Innovation, was selected as one of the best business titles of 2017.

An accomplished entrepreneur, executive and one of the foremost experts on transformation today, Greg speaks to audiences around the world and works with leading organizations to better compete in a disruptive marketplace. He is consistently ranked as one of the top five innovation bloggers in the world and was named by IDG as one of “10 Digital Transformation Influencers to Follow Today.” Greg helps organizations overcome resistance to change and blaze a path toward a better future.

Greg was formerly a senior executive for the Publicis Groupe, one of the world’s largest marketing services companies. Before that, Co-CEO of KP Media,, which he scaled from a small privately held company to a market leading, publicly held firm valued at $100 million with over 800 employees. The firm was sold to Ukraine Media Holding in 2010.

A global citizen, Greg spent 15 years living and working in Eastern Europe where, among other things, he managed a leading news organization during Ukraine’s Orange Revolution. You can learn more about Greg on his website, GregSatell.com and follow him on Twitter @DigitalTonto.


“At P&G we were serious about radically delighting our employees through improving our internal work processes. We decided to start our own movement and had some great early success but how would we get it to sustain? The Cascades course showed us, in practical steps, how to do just that!”
“Through shared values and enrolling key pillars of support we were able to survive victory and grow as we demonstrated value along the way. From a team of 1 to a team of 16 in 3 years leading to radical delight among over tens of thousands, encompassing 50% of our employees so far, we continue to be x.cited for the future impact we will have that will last!”

John Gadsby
Innovation Catalyst Director
Procter & Gamble

"When Greg Satell offered a workshop based on his book "Cascades", my team jumped at the opportunity. His concepts are powerful, pragmatic and quickly adaptable to any effort that’s looking to build power, change hearts and minds, and get stuff done. We loved working with him to think through how to sharpen our strategies and anticipate obstacles."

Talia Milgrom-Elcott
Founder and Executive Director
100Kin10 & Starfish Institute

“Tasked with navigating a way through a year-long stalled innovation initiative - made complex by a blend of merged and acquired teams - Greg Satell taught me to find the shared intentions within the organization and progress from there.”“We quickly established a small movement of individuals from across the Org who were able to articulate a shared purpose - and brought with them just enough pockets of executive support - to bust through the gridlock and validate the strategic business case. It took just 3 weeks.”

John MorleySenior Innovation StrategistHitachi Vantara
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