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  • 21 Jul 2017 8:00 AM | Anonymous

    Reina Trust Assessment Certification to support teams and leaders


    Empower your clients to measurably improve every aspect of leadership effectiveness, teamwork, and organizational performance through TRUST.


    If you are a consultant, facilitator, or coach who aspires to help leaders and teams build trust in the workplace, consider adding the research-based Reina Trust Assessments to your professional toolbelt.



    With these tools, you can support leaders and teams to effectively:

    ✓ Break down silos to stimulate collaboration

    ✓ Achieve greater potential

    ✓ Make transformation happen

    ✓ Communicate with confidence and openness and watch profits grow

    ✓ Recognize the immense potential for positive, lasting organizational change

    ✓ Deepen engagement through trust


    Reina, A Trust Building Consultancy, is offering a unique, DUAL Team and Leadership Trust Assessment Certification to qualified consultants, facilitators, and coaches.


    Date: July 21st - July 22nd

    Location: Tukwila, Washington

    Fee: $1,500


    This certification is for seasoned OD practitioners, facilitators and coaches who aspire to help leaders and teams build trust in the workplace. You will receive tools to help the leaders and teams you work with gain a complete picture of how their work environment is operating, help them to understand where trust is working for them, and where more work needs to be done.


    As a Certified Trust Practitioner, you will have access to the Reina Team Trust Scale® and Reina Leadership Trust Scale® assessments. These rigorous Trust Scale® Assessments - a product of over 25 years of testing and development - are backed by science and established through real world, global application. Reina assessments are only available to Reina clients and Reina Certified Trust Practitioners.


    THE REINA TEAM TRUST SCALE®: Fuel exceptional teamwork and collaboration.

    ✓ Teams learn the level of trust in their relationships.

    ✓ Gain a tool for open dialogue to break through barriers to collaboration.

    ✓ Pinpoint specific behaviors to practice to increase team productivity and exceed team objectives.

    ✓ Develop a concrete plan to leverage strengths, address vulnerabilities and take teamwork to the next level of performance.



    THE REINA LEADERSHIP TRUST SCALE®: A 360-degree feedback tool to help leaders optimize their potential.


    ✓ Discover the level of trust in your workplace relationships.

    ✓ Learn what people most need from your leadership to feel engaged, take risks, tell you the truth and be accountable.

    ✓ Know specific areas to focus on to strengthen your leadership effectiveness.

    Topics covered during the Trust Assessment Certification:

    ✓ The theoretical underpinning of the Reina trust assessments.

    ✓ What trust means: the behaviors that build it, and how they are measured.

    ✓ The subtle and not-so-subtle ways trust breaks down and how this vulnerability of trust impacts leadership effectiveness and team performance.

    ✓ The rich opportunity for transformation the breach of trust provides to leaders and teams.

    ✓ When and how to use the Team and Leadership Trust Assessments.

    ✓ Everything you need to deliver trust assessment feedback.


    The Trust Assessment Certification will provide you with all of the resources needed to administer and provide feedback for the Team Trust Scale® and Leadership Trust Scale® assessments.


    What Happens Next?


    Please contact Amanda Fallon at afallon@reinatrustbuilding.com or via phone at 802 253-8808 (8:30 – 5:00 EST/USA) to learn the steps to take to enroll in this unique opportunity to help those you serve build trust.


    Learn more about Reina at ReinaTrustBuilding.com


  • 24 May 2017 9:23 AM | Anonymous

    The Director of Learning for Wenatchee’s SHRM chapter AVHRA, invites OD professionals to attend on June 7, the Washington Leadership Summit, where leaders from award-winning organizations around the state will share strategies for building leaders and cultures of excellence, including Starbucks, Schweitzer Engineering, Slalom and Kadlec Regional Healthcare, among many others. The event offers 7 SHRM / HRCI credits.


     OD professionals can use the discount code “orgdev” to attend for $75.


    Details here

  • 14 Mar 2017 4:01 PM | Anonymous

    Just a quick note to let you know the deadline for submissions for the July edition of Practicing OD is Friday, April 14. Please let your members know. We would like to encourage members to share their insights and experiences. 

    Submissions can be emailed directly to:

    Stacey Heath (stacey279h@gmail.com)

    Deb Peters (deb.peters@morganmcguireleadership.com)

    Rosalind Spigel (Rosalind@Spigelconsulting.com


    Submission guidelines can be found at 

    http://www.odnetwork.org/general/custom.asp?page=PracticingODInfo



  • 09 Mar 2017 11:40 AM | Anonymous

    This year our Annual Conference, to be held October 14-17 in Chicago, is being crafted specifically to renew your sense of your calling to our shared profession. We hope that participants will come together as one Network to fall in love once again with the field of Organization Development as together we work to shape our world. The Planning Task Force has been hard at work forging a bit of a hybrid design for you to re-ignite that spark of passion and commitment. You may choose a traditional track of keynote plenaries and individual concurrent sessions or you may choose this year to add in some more experiential learning sessions with actual “clients.”

    Visit website to learn more about the conference and begin talking to your boss now for approval as you plan to join us in Chicago from October 14-17, 2017 at the Loews Chicago O’Hare! The Call for Abstracts for the annual conference closes March 21.

    Click here for more information on how to submit a proposal to present a concurrent session.

    Add the Annual Conference to your calendar!


  • 15 Feb 2017 7:44 PM | Anonymous

    Publishing Opportunity in Practicing OD 

    Do you have tips for applying proven or cutting edge OD tools or practices?  Does one of your case studies include OD lessons learned? Or perhaps you have a client OD challenge your practice has uniquely addressed. To be considered for publication in Practicing OD (a segment of the OD Practitioner), send your 900-1200 word article to the Practicing OD co-editors, please see http://www.odnetwork.org/general/custom.asp?page=PracticingODInfo for further details.


    Practicing OD is published quarterly so we’ll look forward to receiving articles all year long. Please email draft submissions, questions and ideas to the co-editors:

    Rosalind Spigel, rosalind@spigelconsulting.com

    Deb Peters, deb.peters@morganmcguireleadership.com

    Stacey Heath, stacey279h@gmail.com


  • 21 Aug 2016 3:50 PM | Anonymous

    Proposals Due September 1


    We're looking for local leaders and trail-blazers like you to present programs, ideas, and industry-leading best practices at our annual symposium. This exciting one-day program which will take place on February 14, 2017 at Meydenbauer Center, will offer attendees the opportunity to earn continuing education credit while gaining invaluable insight into the latest trends and movements of the Human Resource Profession. 


    Did you know that presenting at events like the LWHRA Symposium can also boost your own career? By presenting at Symposium, you will: 
    • Sharpen your presentation skills
    • Boost your credibility on a topic
    • Network with other professionals 
    • Gain unique insights from your target audience

    Do you have the industry know-how? We think you do.  Submit your proposal today and take that next step toward being an even better professional! 

    We are seeking presentations on the following topics:

    • Talent Aquisition and Management
    • Diversity and Inclusion
    • Legal/Compliance
    • Leadership
    • Business Acumen and Strategy
    • Total Rewards

    Submit an RFP today!

    Questions? Please contact the LWHRA office.  We are always happy to help.  


  • 27 Jul 2016 4:30 PM | Anonymous

    WINE DOWN WEDNESDAY


    Join us for an opportunity to enjoy wine, light appetizers, and networking with your HR peers at a great new venue for this event!


    Members who bring a guest will both receive:

    · Entry into a drawing to win free admission to the October 2016 chapter meeting

    · Seattle-SHRM branded gift


    Members who bring a guest who joins Seattle SHRM at the event will both be entered into a drawing for one free Seattle SHRM membership for 2017 (must be a national SHRM member).


    New member will also receive a Seattle SHRM umbrella.


    DATE: Wednesday, July 27, 2016

    TIME: 4:30 PM - 7:00 PM

    LOCATION: Frol!k - Motif Seattle

    1415 Fifth Avenue

    Seattle, WA 98101

    Cost: $20 for Seattle SHRM Members

    $30 for Non-Members


  • 24 Jun 2016 9:00 AM | Anonymous

    Learnapalooza 2.0


    Back by popular demand and expanded to a day-long workshop is the learning fair we dubbed "Learnapalooza" – it’s like summer camp for learning professionals! Using the open space format, this is a chance to network, sample a smorgasbord of topics relevant to today's learning professional: virtual reality technology, micro-learning and e-learning best practices, diversity & inclusion issues, better content curation, learning ecosystems, coaching, informal learning, future workforce issues, and more in rapid, immersive experiences. For a full list of presenters, see the event page on the ATDps website.



    Then, the afternoon will allow participants a chance to dive into many of the morning topics through longer workshops. Framing all of this we'll take a look at the state of the industry -- where we've been, where we are now, and where we want to be. Along with unpacking some of the myths around learning. Parking is free and light breakfast and lunch are included in your registration fee. Help us spread the word – these events are for you and made better by a diverse group of folks showing up! Looking forward to learning with you all.

    • When: 24 Jun 2016 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
    • Location: Coast Hotel Bellevue, 625 116th Avenue NE, Bellevue, WA 98004
    • Registration includes light breakfast, lunch and the venue has ample free parking

    Registration

    • Affiliate Chapter – $120.00 (USD)
    • ATDps Chapter Member – $120.00 (USD)
    • Event and Chapter Membership – $185.00 (USD) Join the chapter and pay for membership with one click! Receive the member rate for our program
    • Non member registration rate – $195.00 (USD)


  • 16 May 2016 8:54 AM | Anonymous

    As organizations face new and increasing pressures, Action Learning is more relevant than ever as an effective solution for solving complex problems and building strong working teams. 


    Specifically, action learning is remarkable in its ability to: 

    ● Solve problems and challenges with breakthrough and sustaining strategies, 

    ● Develop the leadership skills and qualities needed by twenty-first-century managers, 

    ● Develop teams that continuously improve their capability to form and adapt 

    ● Capture, transfer, and apply valuable knowledge at the individual, group, organizational, and community levels. 


    When:  May 16 - 20 


    If you are ready for a deeper understanding of Action Learning, or are considering becoming a certified coach, the intensive Action Learning Certification Program will take you to the next level. This session covers the six components of Action Learning and the two ground rules in detail. Participants will learn the concepts behind why Action Learning works, as well as have an opportunity to experience Action Learning as a participant and as a coach. This intensive program gives participants the skills and the experience they need to excel as Action Learning coaches in a variety of challenging situations. Participants will be required to conduct several Action Learning sessions independently from the class experiences. In addition, workshops use outside presenters from organizations needing real solutions.


    This program is for: 

    ● Practicing coaches who want to implement Action Learning programs in organizations;

    ● Organization and Development professionals interested in helping organizations build capabilities and increase performance 

    ● Human Resources professionals who want to increase their strategic value as business partners 

    ● Professionals who want to introduce Action Learning coaching within their organization 

    ● Independent coaches and consultants who wish to become a Certified Action Learning Coach (CALC). 



    For more information, visit http://www.wial-usa.org/certification/action-learning-certificationprogram, or contact Andrea Cole (SALC) at (240) 401-2673 or andrea@colecoach.com

  • 13 Mar 2016 4:53 PM | Anonymous

    Launching in 2016: The Welcome Group Program


    The OD Network launched its NEW Welcome Group Program (WGP), serving new members and graduate/doctoral students in the OD Network on March 2nd. The first two cohorts filled quickly; don't miss the opportunity to participate in the next group. The program connects members to each other while exploring the Network, and was piloted in 2015 with high success. Participants meet virtually for three weeks (one 90 min session per week) to accomplish three tasks:

    Identify their own professional needs (e.g., skills, learning, relationships);

    Collaborate in exploring OD Network's available resources; and

    Create peer-accountable action plans for getting the most out of their OD Network membership.


    We’d like to invite you to participate!


    To get a feel for the Welcome Group Program, here is a conversation shared by founders, Kris Lea, PsyD OD and Marco Cassone, MSOD.


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