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    • Saturday, January 09, 2021
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM (CST)
    • ZOOM link will be shared with Registrants.
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    Join us at 8:40 for Networking! Please register to receive the link and password. This session will be recorded. By registering, you are giving your consent to be recorded. 

    Peter Sorensen & Therese Yaeger




    LinkedIn: Peter Sorensen

    LinkedIn: Therese Yaeger

    Website: Benedictine University

    8:40-9:00 am Logging On & Networking

    9:00-12:00 pm Program



    • Saturday, March 13, 2021
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM (CST)
    • ZOOM link will be shared with Registrants.
    Register

    Join us at 8:40 for Networking! Please register to receive the link and password. This session will be recorded. By registering, you are giving your consent to be recorded. 

    Organizing Your Soft Skills Closet:

    Applying a Consistent Model to Human / Life Skills

    Matt Elwell


    If you watch TED Talks, listen to Audible titles, and attend meetings at associations like CODIC, you’re getting a healthy dose of self-improvement. But then what? How do you integrate, internalize, and master that learning? And how would you accomplish these same objectives for an organization where there are not only competing programs, but departments, levels of learner readiness, and priorities?

    Matt Elwell suggests identifying one consistent organizing model to provide coherence and intention to one’s own personal and professional development. Then, organizationally, this same model can provide a common language that accommodates all other talent development priorities.

    In this session, we will:

    • Compare popular “off-the-shelf” soft skills programs (7 Habits, Crucial Conversations, etc.) to a single organizing model
    • Discuss potential benefits, pitfalls, and action items related to creating such a unified organizational approach to soft skills
    • Practice action planning for self-improvement using the provided model as a guide

    Matt Elwell, CPTD - As a keynote speaker, instructional designer, and facilitator, Matt Elwell has been using Applied Improvisation to improve organizational performance and culture for over 15 years. His learning and creative solutions span large-scale annual meetings, multi-city tours, and intensive small-group sessions. Matt is a Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD) and has shared his insights on learning and improvisation at both professional and academic conferences. Find out more about Matt and his network of partners at MattElwell.com.

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mattelwell/

    8:40-9:00 am Logging On & Networking

    9:00-12:00 pm Program


    • Saturday, May 01, 2021
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM (CDT)
    • ZOOM link will be shared with Registrants. There will be Pre-work for Registrants
    Register

    Join us at 8:40 for Networking!  Please register to receive the link and password. This session will be recorded. By registering, you are giving your consent to be recorded. Pre-Work will be sent with your registration. 

    Part 2: Coaching Technical Leaders Practice Lab

    Micki Lewis


    You’ve asked for it – it is finally here!

    Awhile ago Micki Lewis shared her wisdom around Coaching Technical Leaders.  Pull out your notes from that day and refresh your memory and/or see if you can answer these questions:

    • Who is a technical leader?
    • Is coaching technical leaders any different than a non-technical leader?
    • What is the differences between Coaching, Mentoring, Advising, Sports Coaching and Counseling ?
    • What is the best approach when coaching technical Leader?

    Keep these questions at the forefront of your mind and Micki will help you get clearer by answering them when we get closer to our CODIC session!

    Micki Lewis MS, PCC, CPTP

    Executive Coach, Leadership Development Strategist, Facilitator

    LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/mickilewis 

     

    8:40-9:00 am Logging On & Networking

    9:00-12:00 pm Program

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