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    2/27/19 - Organization Development 101: Tools and Resources for Improvement and Engagement through OD

    Date: February 27, 2019, 3:00pm – 5:00pm
    Amy Packer
    CMC, Edwards, CO
    $15 HCHRA Members / $35 Non-Members
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    As the workplace evolves, Organization Development (OD) as a practice can inform next level decision making and enhance our work as well as improve the well-being of employees and transform our interactions. In this interactive training, Karen Shanley will help you discover and explore tools for organizational development success. You will discover and explore through participatory exercises a few of the organizational development tools and interventions that are designed to spark meaningful dialogue.

     This training is designed for leaders and HR practitioners who want to increase dialogue, effective relationship building skills, collaboration and communication in their organization.

     In this program you will engage in an interactive training to learn:

    What is Organization Development?

    • A brief history
    • WHY OD exists
    • Intersection of OD and HR
    • Primary competencies of an OD professional

    Facilitation 101

    Tool for Communication: World Café

    • This tool will serve as a “container for conversation” about your organizations progress as it relates to some of the OD competencies that we’ll discuss.

    WHEN :                 February 27, 2019  3-5pm

    WHERE:                CMC Edwards, CO – Room TBD

    $15 HCHRA Members / $35 Non-Members (Non-Refundable)

    Register HERE!

    Presented by:

    Karen Shanley

     Karen Shanley is an enthusiastic organization development specialist whose dream is to help work not suck. HOW? By creating: containers for conversations, opportunities for self-reflection, and by celebrating our shared human-ness.

    With an insatiable curiosity about the human experience and what drives meaning in our lives, Karen continues to study positive psychology, motivation, team dynamics, leadership, organization development, and Buddhism.

    Karen facilitates open dialogue that enables us to tap into our vulnerability, connect with one another, and find meaning in our work and our lives.

    Karen has a B.S. from Rutgers University and recently completed a year-long Organization Development Practitioner Certification Program at Employer’s Council. Areas of focus/specialization include: appreciative inquiry, facilitation, emotional intelligence, coaching, change and transition management, and self-excavation.