Business Priorities Driven Through Human Engagement: Round-table Discussion
We're going to start off 2019 with a bang in our Leadership and Organization Development SIG. Our February 20 meeting will be a round-table discussion taking a deeper dive into the information shared with us at the January meeting titled Business Priorities Driven Through Human Engagement: Applying the 4 Disciplines of Execution by Chris McChesney.
Chris will be sharing the 4 Disciplines: (Focus on the Wildly Important; Act on Leading Measures; Create a Compelling Score Book; and Create a Cadence of Accountability) and show us how to accomplish our important goals within the whirlwind of competing priorities. Based on what we learn in January’s meeting and our own experience we will dive further into each discipline to come up with practical ways to make this happen in our workplaces. You might want to read the book and bring insight from that to the meeting.
Note: If you were not able to attend the January meeting, this would be a great opportunity to find out the key takeaways from those who did attend. And for those of you who attended, this would be a great meeting to explore in more detail each of the 4 Disciplines.
Facilitated by Amy Dinning
Amy DinningSr. Learning & Development ManagerARRIS
Amy Dinning is the Senior Learning and Development Manager at ARRIS where she is responsible for the global learning and development of 8500 employees. Previously, Amy served as Manager of Leadership and Talent Development for Saint-Gobain North America and was responsible for all leadership, talent and people development for its 19,000 employees. Prior to this role, Amy was a Clinical Education and Learning Partner for AstraZeneca.
Amy has extensive experience working with all organizational levels, setting the strategy, creating, promoting, and delivering talent and learning solutions designed to support the organization’s business plan. She created and is the chief facilitator of Jump Start Your Job Search Workshops. She serves as co-lead of the ATD Leadership & OD SIG; and Board Member, Orientation Leader and Programming Manager for My Career Transitions networking group.
Amy has a Master of Education degree in Instructional Systems and Design from Penn State University. Her undergraduate degree is a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from Grove City College.
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