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Many organizations shifting to centralizing operations, infrastructure, and methods, purposefully tie learning and experiences to programs and business objectives, and customize learning through virtual learning tools, mobile accessibility, apps, short burst videos, and more. In an organizational sea of options for a learner, how are you simplifying the learning experience while providing structured guidance to best close capability gaps and engage enterprise/regional learners?
11:00 - 11:05am ~ Ground Rules and Facilitated Experience Introduction
11:05 - 11:15am ~ Experts provide leading thinking
11:20 - 11:40am ~ “Benchmark-It” - Your benchmarking opportunity! This is your chance to “compare notes” and share your best and next practices.
11:40 - 11:55am ~ Expert Response and Facilitator Wrap-up
11:55am - 12:00pm ~ Participant Final Thoughts and Transfer of Learning
Edith Onderick-Harvey, president of Factor In Talent, is a highly sought after consultant and advisor for executives, teams and organizations undergoing high growth and significant change. Her passion is helping clients plan, design and implement leadership, team, organization and workforce strategies that allow them to execute strategy today and get ready for what’s next. She has consulted to BiogenIdec, ImmunoGen, Akamai, Philips Healthcare, RBS Citizens, Iron Mountain, Harvard Business School and Medical School, MIT Sloan School of Management and many other Fortune 500 and growth companies. Edith is author of the Amazon bestseller Getting Real: Strategies for Leadership in Todays Innovation-Hungry, Time-Strapped, Multi-tasking World of Work. She has contributed to articles in Fast Company, The New York Times, Human Resource Executive, U.S. Business Review and CNN.com and other publications. She is a frequent speaker on leadership, talent and change.
Scott Evrard is a learning and development expert, formerly holding several key management positions with Liberty Mutual Insurance. Scott is a highly disciplined and creative problem solver who works collaboratively at all levels within an organization to identify, plan for and drive important improvements in how people deliver customer value at work. Scott has deep expertise and experience in proven process improvement and change methods (i.e., lean, six sigma, total quality improvement, business process redesign) and with the people development and change management practices that enable and sustain them. He develops and recommends practical approaches to achieve and sustain systemic improvements, and provide the committed support and coaching to ensure that process improvements are adopted and have immediate operational impact with minimal disruption.