Developing a Leadership Development Program
Matt Ellis, Talent Management Specialist from the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia will share the origin, effective outcomes, and current challenges of a leadership development program currently underway at his organization. He will then pose questions and facilitate a discussion to solicit general insights and recommendations to improve the program. To make this a worthwhile learning experience, all participants will be encouraged to share their lessons learned from experiences developing a leadership program in their careers or ask general questions on how to get started.
Action Reflection: Developing a Leadership Development Program
Matt Ellis, will facilitate this “look back” discussion with January 2019 participants who committed to taking the next steps on their journey to managing a leadership development program. Participation in the January session is not required; all are welcome to jump in and share their success stories and “words to the wise” about their experience facilitating a leadership development program.
Matt Ellis, Talent Management Specialist
Human Resources Department
Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Currently, Matt provides talent management and organizational design solutions for the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. Matt’s background includes instructional design, adult learning theory, traditional classroom and live, online facilitation, business coaching, and strategic planning. During his career, he has provided skill training and other performance management solutions for the gaming, healthcare and financial services industries.
He is a Certified Professional member of the Society for Human Resource Management. Matt has a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Theater from Ithaca College and a Master’s Degree in Education from Penn State University.
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