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Let's Talk About Employee Development

  • 14 Apr 2015
  • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
  • World Learning, 1015 15th Street NW, 7th Floor, Washington, DC 20005

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Let's Talk About Employee Development

About the Session

What brings us together as a group is that we are interested in performance improvement -- whether we are selling, designing, developing and delivering solutions,  or managing delivery of products or  services. As someone who has been part of all elements of this process, I have found that it is sometimes difficult to talk about the processes in a way that those not directly involved in the industry (but who may be responsible for purchasing or managing performance improvement solutions) can understand more easily.

During this session, we will explore a high-level development model based on self-directed work team literature, and time permitting, reconcile it with one of the traditional team development models that has been guiding thinking in this field for 50 years.

Marc D. Shapiro is an experienced Senior Program/Project Management/OD/Learning Professional with 25+ years' experience:
  • Aligning organizational change activities with business needs
  • Managing/directing programs/projects on time and on budget, and
  • Strategizing, developing, delivering, and assessing organizational change and learning initiatives.
Since receiving his purely academic (read: theoretical) Masters Degree in Communication Studies from The University of Iowa in 1986, Marc has worked at a few consulting firms around the US, as an internal OD/learning/OE resource, and has owned his own consulting firm. He has supported Federal and commercial clients in the US and international markets. He is a sweeping change leader and contributor with entrepreneurial spirit.  He earned his PMP in 2008 by accident. He lives in Virginia with his wife, Cathie, and 2 children, Sam, 14, and Anna, 12.

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