What does organizational development look like in 2021? For some companies, OD is an entire department; at other companies, it happens in the business through conversations about leadership pipelines and engagement strategies.
In this session, we will discuss what responsibilities OD has within your organizations, how OD shows up in your organizational structure, and how talent leaders demonstrate the ROI of OD strategies.
This session is for you if:
Come ready to discuss and hear best practices around:
This program aligns with the Impacting Organizational Capability area of the ATD Capability Model.
Join your fellow talent development professionals for an open conversation!
The TD Coffee Hour is your opportunity to connect and socialize with our professional community. There's no agenda, so you can go wherever your conversation takes you.
The session will have plenty of "side tables" (breakout rooms) for small groups or pairs to chat, as well as a "lobby" (main room) where you can see who is present and strike up a conversation.
Come as your time permits! We look forward to catching up with you.
Companies today are looking to develop responsive business strategies to accelerate growth as well as contend with disruptive change. They need confident, competent, and resilient leaders who can inspire and support their people through good times and bad, keeping them resilient, aligned, and centered on achieving their business objectives.
People who Lead ON PURPOSE cast a positive shadow that serves as a catalyst for change and an anchor for an organization’s core principals and direction.
During a discussion with the authors of Leadership ON PURPOSE, participants will learn about six leadership attributes that are important to possess for the sustainability and success of their organization.
Michael Grubich, is President & Managing Partner at LAK Group. With more than 25 years of global leadership experience, Michael is a seasoned Human Resources executive. He provides strategic leadership regarding all talent solutions and initiatives which enhance the performance of organizations, individuals, teams, and leaders.
Shelley Smith, is the Managing Director Leadership Practice at LAK Group. In her role, she works as an executive coach, a physician leadership coach, as well as consultant to organizations for initiatives related to leadership development including coaching plans, practices, and skill development. Her coaching passion is in helping senior and executive leaders identify their purpose, determine how to achieve that purpose more completely, and to become more self-aware and self-manage better, resulting in recognizable change in behaviors, results, and personal and team engagement.
This program aligns with the Developing Professional Capability area of the ATD Capability Model
How can I create a collaborative, united, and result-driven team? Join globally-recognized teaming expert Daniel Stewart, as he leads an engaging session that will leave you with a simple, results-driven action plan to strengthen and align your team and the teams throughout your organization.
Using the acclaimed Teaming for Success Model, you will learn what great teaming is, the phases required to achieve it, and a clear roadmap for creating a cohesive executive team. Blending the latest in teaming research and practical application, you will come away with a clear framework, tools, and an action plan to get the most from your team.
About the Presenter:
Daniel J. Stewart is a sought-after organizational consultant and coach with proven experience advising senior leaders, leading change, and designing leadership-rich organizations. He leads Stewart Leadership, which is a global human capital consulting, coaching and training firm. He is the co-author of the award-winning book, LEAD NOW! A Guide for Results-Driven Leaders and the co-creator of the innovative Teaming for Success Model.
Emotional intelligence is one of the most fundamental strategic skills for effective leadership, and in our current environment, the ability to connect with others is more important than ever before. While self-awareness and the ability to manage oneself is a piece of that, understanding and influencing others is essential. This requires a leadership mindset that embraces empathy and diversity.
In this 90-minute program we will discuss the four aspects of emotionally intelligent leadership with an emphasis on inclusivity.
Sarah Eppink is the Principal & Founder of Aisling Group, a leadership development consulting and professional coaching firm supporting individuals and organizations break through barriers and live their dreams. Sarah has nearly 20 years of experience creating and delivering leadership programs that drive organizational change. She is well-versed in engaging talent and serves as a trusted advisor to leaders across the country.