Griff Hall to Present ‘Harnessing the Dual Challenges Leading for Impact While Managing Complexity’ at SUBExcel 2018

How do you harness your opportunities for growth while confronting the realities of labor, contracts, and running projects or the business? “Leading for impact while managing for complexity are universal dual challenges,” said Griff Hall, Johns Hopkins University Carey School of Business. “There are well-known reasons not everyone successfully meets the mark. The strategies for achieving both are surprisingly simple, yet not inherently easy. Using a framework for developing mastery to meet these dual challenges will help you think and act at deeper levels for sustainable success.”

Hall will present the education workshop, “Riding an Elephant: Harnessing the Dual Challenges Leading for Impact While Managing Complexity,” from 1:15 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 1, 2018, at SUBExcel 2018.

SUBExcel 2018 will take place Feb. 28-March 3, 2018, in Tempe, Ariz. Register online and make your hotel reservations in the ASA room block at Tempe Mission Palms. The early-bird registration deadline and hotel room block cut-off date is Jan. 31, 2018.


Hall has held three chief executive positions, been a commercial and social entrepreneur, and is part of an academic community studying and teaching leadership, strategy, and ethics. He has been on the faculty at Johns Hopkins University Carey School of Business for 19 years, focusing on strategy, leadership, and ethics.

For more information about SUBExcel 2018, including the schedule, visit Please note that the final reception, banquet and awards ceremony will take place on Friday, March 2, instead of on Saturday, as in past years. The Attorneys’ Council meeting will be the only activity scheduled on Saturday, so most registrants can schedule their departure flights on Saturday—or stay the weekend to explore Tempe, the Grand Canyon, the Apache Trail, or Monument Valley! Or, if you wish to join the attorneys, the meeting is open.