Proposals are currently being accepted!


Who we are

Pacific Northwest Organization Development Network is committed to ensuring Organization Development (OD) maintains a high standard of excellence and is central to continuous improvement, innovation and productivity. We want to ensure communities and organizations are effective, healthy, and sustainable.

 

Presentation Proposal Request

We have openings for our 2018-2019 programs and invite you to participate! This is an excellent opportunity to share your skills, experiences, and knowledge with a community of like minded professionals.

 

What are we looking for?

We are looking for presentations that are relevant and exciting to external and internal Organization Development professionals, students, project managers, business leaders and change agents. Successful proposals will address today’s challenges with pragmatic, proven solutions - projects that are unique, innovative and results-focused will be given preference. Presentations are 90 minutes and must include an experiential or member interaction component (we are OD). They are held 6:00-8:30pm the third Monday of each month, September through June.

 

Topics

We are interested in presenters and presentations that can speak on topics that include: Change, Change Case Studies, Transition, Metrics and Assessments in OD, OD and Technology, Leadership Development, International OD, Consulting, Systems Thinking, Business Literacy for OD, Culture Change, Mixed Interventions, Organizational Design, Diversity, Team Building/Devlopment, Marketing OD Services, Collaboration, Coaching, Strategic Project Management, and Action Learning.

 

Are you hooked? Here’s what you need to do:


1. E-mail a short proposal (1-2 pages), include your bio (high res pic and 100 word or less bio) to info@pnodn.org
2. Expect to receive an acknowledgment from the Program Committee within 7-10 business days.

 

Thanks for contributing to the success of PNODN!

 

Sincerely,

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