Winter Social! Reflect on the current year & prepare for the future year.
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At a time when leaders, leading, and leadership are in full view (and full of scrutiny), leadership development is making headlines – sometimes for the wrong reasons! Despite our best efforts, programs don’t always yield the desired results. Yet for many of us, it’s where we spend a lot of our professional time. How do we turn this around?
Come and experience a process and methods that will help you broaden your approach to developing leaders for greater impact. Leave with tools you can use immediately to enhance your efforts. In this session you will learn a design thinking process and how to apply design thinking tools to enhance your leadership development programs.
Kathy Glynn is the owner and principal consultant for Blue Sky Thinking. She is a professional facilitator, trainer, and coach. With a background in organizational performance, Kathy designs and delivers solutions that achieve results for both the individual and the organization. Her areas of expertise include leadership development, employee performance, and innovative problem solving.
Have you ever struggled to get results from training? Popular training programs that are interactive and get great evaluations from learners can be in danger of losing their value over time. Unless you’ve worked to incorporate the training competencies into your organizational culture, the relevance, as well as the long-term business impact of the training may never materialize.
Learning objectives for this event:
1. Learn to more clearly define the training competencies that are important to your business.
2. Understand how to incorporate those competencies into your performance management processes in order to enhance organizational culture and drive business results.
Manager of Organizational Development, Allegacy Federal Credit Union
Scot has over 15 years of management experience in learning and performance. He has demonstrated an ability to integrate the value and capability of training into the Human Resource function time and again. He understands the tools, the skills, and the needs of the talent development professional, and has the business acumen to help those talents create relevant and repeatable learning and performance solutions. He is currently pursuing his Masters degree in Human Resources at Western Carolina University.
Daniel Lobb, CPLP
Co-President, TRP Enterprises, Inc.
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Do you write learning assessments as an afterthought to the ID process? Do you spend too much time remediating failures? Do you feel stuck using assessments as a way to “check the box” rather than truly test learning? Would you like to explore common pitfalls and learn how to write effective questions?
By the end of this interactive presentation, you will be able to:
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