San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Thursday July 11 Luncheon at University of Dallas *
More info: http://dfwodnet.org/july2013meeting/
Future Impacts on OD – Starting Now!
At the meeting, we’ll take time to share how we see these dynamics playing out in our organizations in OD, Change Management, Training, HR, and/or Leadership development. Rex talked about several fascinating trends. We don’t have time to explore them all in depth, so we’ve selected the following topics to discuss at our lunchtime meeting:
- Employee driven engagement -- How to ‘engage the disengaged’ by having employees be responsible for their own engagement?
- Building ‘organizational intelligence’ such as Purpose IQ and Emotional IQ in a more virtual/mobile workforce?
- How do we ‘steward the magic’ (like at Google)? i.e. communicating values, culture, and heroes so new (and existing) people embrace the ‘magic’ of our company?
Facilitators: Glen Earl, OD Specialist at Parkland Health and Hospital System, and Marilyn Sutherland. OD and Change Management Consultant at Noah Consulting.
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Schedule for Thursday's Luncheon: <-- Note this is not an evening meeting!
- 11:15 Networking / Food
- 11:30 Intros / Announcements / Program
- 12:45 Closing and evaluation (end by 1:00)
Meeting Location: University of Dallas - Art History Bldg, Room 112 *
1845 East Northgate Drive, Irving, TX 75062 (972-721-5000)
>> Click for Satellite Map of the building and parking (with lat/long)
Note: Remember - the back of the Art History building faces the parking lot. Go around to the front of the building, which faces the trees, to enter the building (see map). We are just inside the main glass doors.
Parking: Available in various places across the campus.
Cost: No charge for members ($60/year). $10 for guests.
Marilyn Sutherland is currently a Communications and Change Management Consultant for Noah Consulting. Prior to joining Noah, she was an independent organizational development and human resources consultant for 13 years. Marilyn also held consulting roles at Accenture and IBM. She has an M.S. in Organizational Development from George Mason University and a B.S. in Psychology and Sociology from The University of Pittsburgh.