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The Change Factor

  • 03 May 2017
  • 17 May 2017
  • 2 sessions
  • 03 May 2017, 6:00 PM 8:30 PM (EDT)
  • 17 May 2017, 6:00 PM 8:30 PM (EDT)
  • SAS Institute Inc., 100 SAS Campus Dr, Cary, NC 27513 - Building F
  • 30


Join us as Nicole Olivieri discusses CHANGE

When we teach people something new, we expect them to go, back to the job and apply what they’ve learned. We assume they can APPLY the learning to the job. But can they? Because applying new knowledge, skills and behaviors is the same as CHANGING.  And let’s face it, for many people, change is very difficult.

If the learner does not apply what they’ve learned – due to fear of changing and/or lack of support for changing - the time, money and effort spent on workforce training and development is lost, and more importantly, ROI cannot be measured or proven.

In this 2-part workshop series, facilitators, trainers, and instructional designers will learn WHY people resist change, the intellectual and emotional phases that people experience when faced with change, and how to design and deliver strategic learning programs that support, drive and measure application of new knowledge, skills and behaviors.

Who would benefit from this series?

  •  Instructional Designers
  • Trainers/Workshop Facilitators
  • Talent/Performance Professionals

Upon completion of this learning program, you will be able to:

  • design and deliver change-driven learning programs that support
  • drive and measure application of new knowledge, skills and behaviors on the job

Nicole’s interest in talent development was sparked during her first career as a chemist when she began facilitating the classes that kept her lab colleagues safe and technically competent. As she advanced in her career, she completed all course work towards a master’s degree from North Carolina State University (NSCU) in Training and Development, a Talent Management Certified Professional designation from the Institute of Organizational Development and a Six Sigma Greenbelt from NCSU.

After working for several years in the pharmaceutical industry, Nicole rose to the position of Senior Director of Global Talent at Quintiles. Among other accomplishments, she created and led a best in class talent development program for new clinical research associates.  At the American Institute for Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), she designed and implemented an impactful leadership development program for mid- to senior-level managers. These experiences, among others, piqued her interest in helping people exceed in all aspects of their lives. Whether you are an executive, manager, entrepreneur or professional, Nicole can help you maximize your performance and achieve your most challenging goals.

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