Innovative Practices in Learning & Development
While many of us approach learning and development in a more-or-less traditional manner (e.g., one of or a mix of classroom, on-line, and experiential learning), it is always beneficial for us to hear about more innovative practices in learning and development. By defining innovative as "a new match between a solution and a need that creates value", we realize we don't have to always invent a new methodology ... just a new approach.
At our Leadership & OD SIG meeting this month you will hear from learning and development leaders at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics, and Tyco as to what they are doing that's innovative.
- Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia will talk about their unique cohort-driven development program, designed to provide leaders with deep insight into the people-side of leading.
- Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics will talk about their enterprise education management solution, the role of the education consultant within Siemens, and how their people, process and tools bring quality education to the healthcare customer and employee.
- Tyco will present their blended learning approach for their change practitioners and how it's applied to their project work.
Join us to find out how you might leverage these innovative practices for yourself, your team and your organization. Our hope is that this information will get our creative juices flowing and provide new ideas and reframe some of our approaches to learning & development.
Steve Hart - VP, HR at Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Steve is vice president in Human Resources at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia where he heads Talent Management, HRIS/Analytics, Diversity and Inclusion, and Employee Relations. He began working for the Fed in 1985 as a Senior Marketing Analyst, and later became the Marketing Officer. He moved to Human Resources in 2003 after spending 18 months as the Bank’s Planning Officer.
Steve is now a member of the Affiliate Faculty at the University of Pennsylvania where he teaches in the graduate Organizational Dynamics program. Steve holds a Masters of Science degree from the University of Pennsylvania.
Shannon Bellafiore - Manager, Global Product Education at Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics
Shannon is the leader for Siemens Global Virtual Sales Education Strategies & Marketing of Virtual Customer Education Solutions at Siemens Healthineers. She leads teams and global networks in the design, development and deployment of virtual Sales Education to increase the overall performance of business, while managing Global Networks of Education Marketing Managers to ensure a unified message and approach to the Education Commercial products.
Shannon has a MEd in Instructional Systematic Design & Development from Pennsylvania State University and a Masters Certificate in Marketing Strategy from Cornell.
Karen Basile - Leader, Tyco University and Sr. HRBP at Tyco
Karen Basile is the leader of Tyco’s corporate university and the HR Business Partner for the sales function. Karen’s work involves leading a global learning team in enterprise learning and development programs and curriculum; and promoting sales effectiveness and development. Previously, Karen was the global Commercial Learning & Development Leader for General Electric where she was responsible for the global training for sales and marketing across all GE businesses. Karen holds a B.S. in Marketing and International Business from Penn State and an M.S. in Organizational Dynamics from University of Pennsylvania.
5:30 – 6:30 pm: Registration / Light Meal / Networking
6:30 – 8:00 pm: Program
1180 West Swedesford Rd, Suite 210
Berwyn, PA 19312