Join Robb Basler, Director of Clint Solutions, Leadership and Professional Development for Korn Ferry as he provides insight from over 150 years of competency research, conducted by three companies, that resulted in the 'best of the best' competency model.
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Robb Basler has a diverse background in business development, consulting, sales and marketing at the national and global levels.
Working with clients to improve their performance has been the foundation of Mr. Basler's career for the past 20 years.
What does it mean to be committed to inclusion as a leader? How do you model commitment for your team and others in your organization?
Remaining curious about others’ cultures is an important part of being inclusive. What questions can you ask? How do you learn? What obstacles hold you back?
For this session, Denise Thomas, The Effective Communication Coach, joins Mary Balistreri, The Mindful Business Coach, to guide the discussion with insights about how leaders use self-awareness and communication to realize their goal of inclusivity.
Mary Balistreri, The Mindful Business Coach, supports clients to reach their potential as individuals, teams, and organizations. She brings mindfulness to coaching, training, and facilitation services focusing on Conversational Intelligence (CIQ), emotional intelligence, and belonging to improve relationship building, business development skills, and leadership.
Join SEWI-ATD as we interview a panel of talent development leaders on how they are navigating new employee expectations and transforming the talent development space. Early bird registration discount ends September 24th!
The recent velocity of change has dramatically impacted talent development professionals. Over the past two years, we have dealt with massive upskilling efforts brought on by digital transformations and strategy redesigns, pivoted to address remote worker needs by converting learning experiences to digital formats, and faced the sudden demand to address deeper employee needs such as wellness, safety, job security, diversity, equity, and belonging.
As employers become increasingly more concerned about labor shortages and skill gaps, employees are leaving their jobs at record rates. How do we as talent development professionals support and enable the demands of the future workforce, and build a culture compatible with their needs?
Session Moderator: Michelle Reid-Powell, President and CEO of The CARA Group
Michelle Reid-Powell, President and CEO of The CARA Group, Inc., will moderate this year's forum. Michelle is passionately devoted to elevating the performance of CARA’s team and clients. Prior to CARA, she held strategic leadership roles at companies such as McDonald’s Corporation, Whittman-Hart, and Arthur Anderson.
Scott Cross, Senior Vice President and HR Business Partner, Baird
Linda Evans, Senior Vice President of Human Resources, Douglas Dynamics
Christine Haas, Senior Director of Learning Strategy, Northwestern Mutual
Stacey Mueller, Executive Director of Experience Management, Froedtert Health
Health and Safety Notice
This venue requires all guest to show proof of vaccination. If the public health situation changes, this event may be shifted to a virtual format.
Contact Usadmin@sewi-atd.orgPhone: 608-204-9815Association ManagersMaria Peot, CMPHeather L. Dyer, CAE