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    • June 21, 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (PDT)
    • Zoom Meeting
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    It’s Time for Scholar Practitioners to Make a Loud Noise!


    Sandra Janoff

    Special ODN Lifetime Achievement Award Presenter

    Live via zoom meeting.

    This is a grave moment in time! We are being pounded by a torrent of crises, each piled on top of the other and impacting everyone on the planet: global warming, the covid pandemic, rising fascism, racial injustice, the refugee crisis, mental health crisis, economic devastation, global and local inequalities. Our fragmented systems are broken and collapsing in front of us. We are all drowning in the flood and turning against each other in rage. Clearly, we must see the urgency of the work we do. I have a perspective on why systems are broken and what we can do to leverage our role in achieving security for our future. I also would like to throw in a little fun!

    At the end of this session, participants will:

    • Awareness of global crises and our responsibility as practitioners.                                    
    • Clarity on what “everybody improving whole systems” really means.
    • Explore why working with differences is hard work and worth it.


    About Your Presenter

    Sandra Janoff, PhD, Director, Future Search Network, an international network providing Future Searches anywhere in the world for what people can afford. Sandra and Marvin Weisbord co-developed Future Search, a process used to get the “whole system” focusing on the future and creating values-based action strategies.

    Sandra’s work on critical social issues include: UNICEF-sponsored initiative for the Children of Southern Sudan resulting in demobilizing 2500 child soldiers; Preventing child abuse in schools across Uganda; Creating policy for 0 – 5 year child care in the United States; Building an integrated economic development plan in Derry-Londonderry, Northern Ireland after decades of sectarian violence, Creating a more welcoming Europe for people on the move with the Church of Sweden’s initiative called A World of Neighbours. Sandra was honored with the OD Network’s 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award.

    She is co-author of Future Search: An Action Guide to Finding Common Ground (Berrett-Koehler, 3rd ed, 2010), Don’t Just Do Something, Stand There! Ten Principles for Leading Meetings that Matter (Berrett-Koehler, 2007) and Lead More, Control Less (Berrett-Koehler, 2015). 

    COST:

    $20 Members rate

    $20 Partners organization rate

    $30 Non members rate

    $15 Student/Senior rate

    AGENDA:

    6:00 – 6:30 pm   Join on Zoom, gather and network

    6:30 – 8:00 pm   Presentation


    Please be aware that our meetings may be recorded or photographed.

    • June 28, 2021
    • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM (PDT)
    • Zoom Meeting
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    Getting "Back" to the Workplace - DEI as a Roadmap


    Catrina Cuevas

    This training will be conducted live via Zoom.

    The past year has been an eye-opening experience for employers and employees. As companies face tough questions about how to return to the workplace safely, they also face increasing pressure from employees who are discovering they don’t want to return to the workplace or business as usual. Even before the pandemic, 72% of millennial employees said they would leave their company for a more inclusive one (2017, Deloitte Inclusion Pulse Survey). In 2021, employees are demanding safe and inclusive work environments, anti-racism action, and leaders who take a stand on social issues. Leaders and organizations are scrambling to navigate the chronic ambiguity, manage with a trauma-informed approach, and re-define what an inclusive "workplace" actually means. In this interactive session, we'll explore how to create a more equitable and inclusive strategy for getting “back” to a workplace that works for everyone.

    At the end of this session participants will be able to:

    • Define the business imperative for DEIB in creating a return to the workplace strategy.
    • List equity, inclusion and belonging challenges companies are facing re-defining what it means to "return to the workplace".
    • Practice a decision-making framework that centers inclusion, belonging and equity.
    • Reflect on their own strengths, skill gaps and biases.

    About Your Facilitator

    Cat offers 20+ years of strategic and tactical experience in organizational development, leadership, learning development, and people operations, including developing global programs, systems, partnerships, and frameworks that yield broad, dramatic impact. As a leadership development strategist, she helps leaders untangle complex roadblocks while strengthening DEI and team resilience. Having worked across sectors, she’s best known by her clients as being an outstanding relationship builder, diplomatic mentor, and catalyst for personal and political change who builds trust across verticals, teams and industries. Cat is sought after for her leadership development facilitation, coaching and inclusive approach to supporting executive leaders. She holds a Master’s in International Peace and Conflict Resolution with a concentration in Peace Education, and a Master’s in Leadership and Organizational Development.  She loves ballroom dancing, gardening, watching videos of baby goats and helping women of color get elected to public office.

    COST:

    $25 Members/Students

    $40 Non members

    AGENDA:

    2:45 - 3:00 pm   Join Zoom Meeting

    3:00 – 5:00 pm Training

    Please be aware that our training's could be recorded or photographed.


    Consider joining PNODN - members savings over the course of the year are substantial!
    • July 09, 2021
    • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM (PDT)
    • Zoom Meeting
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    Making Change Possible: Imagination as Action


    Faith Addicott

    This training will be conducted live via Zoom.

    Too often in our work as OD professionals we are asked to do change work in situations where we are only allowed a finite number of solution options – our choices are restricted by organizational patterns long established, by norms, and by what can only be described as a failure of imagination. At this time in the world, where the last year has unearthed the extent to which our current systems are failing our organizations and our communities, finding NEW ways has become more important than ever. Can we imagine our way there? In this workshop, we will talk about how we can intentionally remove obstacles to possibility in our work by giving explicit permission to teams to dream and imagine outside their current processes and cultures.

    Design Thinking, Appreciative Inquiry, 6 Hats, and other methods for naming and then exploding constrictive patterns are the topic of the day. What other methods have you discovered in your work that maximize creativity and make space for rapid prototyping and trying truly new things? Was it named as imagination expanding? This session will be a guided exploration of methods to unlock the world outside the box!

    Learning Outcomes:
    1. How to focus conversations, meetings, and process design on expanded possibilities
    2. How to name and then remove stigma from our imaginative, creative selves in organizations
    3. Building brave spaces for co-creative change initiatives; the relationship between authenticity & creative problem solving.

    About Your Facilitator

    Faith Addicott is a graduate of the Master of Public Administration program at The Evergreen State College, where she focused her studies on organizational development, design thinking, systems thinking, and participatory leadership practices. She also holds a second Masters degree in Positive Organizational Development from Case Western Reserve University, Weatherhead School of Management.

    Faith has a robust understanding of the systems which define our world and the work we try to do. Inspired by the work of David Cooperrider, Peter Senge, Otto Scharmer, Peter Block, Margaret Wheatley and Randoph T. Hester, whose enlightened visions of systems change, design, and community engagement transformed her experience, Faith is looking to help heal broken communities.  Her passion for transformation and the importance of truth telling have run headlong into institutionalized processes and motivated her to begin consulting.

    Faith is trained in Appreciative Inquiry, Restorative Justice, Holacracy, design thinking, systems thinking, the Art of Hosting, Intentional Change Theory, Resonant Leadership, and Organizational Diversity practices. She also holds a certificate in Emotionally Intelligent Leadership and Executive Coaching.

    COST:

    $25 Members/Students

    $40 Non members

    AGENDA:

    2:45 - 3:00 pm   Join Zoom Meeting

    3:00 – 5:00 pm Training

    Please be aware that our training's could be recorded or photographed.


    Consider joining PNODN - members savings over the course of the year are substantial!
    • July 17, 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (PDT)
    • Zoom Meeting
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    Authentic Sources of Power for Consultants


    John Scherer

    Special ODN Lifetime Achievement Award Presenter

    Special Saturday morning presentation to accommodate John all the way from Poland!

    Live via zoom meeting.

    No one HAS power. What a painful-but-unavoidable truth. . .

    • We don’t just HAVE power, for instance with clients and colleagues.
    • Because ‘power’ functions as a kind of ‘currency’ that happens in relationship
    • It’s a kind of ‘exchange’ of energy.
    • People give it to us.
    • Or they don’t. . .
    • When they do, they allow us to influence them because they see in us (‘project’ onto us) some kind of ‘good reason’

    What are some good reasons for clients to allow us to influence them ('give us power’)? Over the years, as an OD Consultant, Gestalt Therapist and Executive Coach, I have discovered seven sources of power that I believe are important to understand. What they are, where they come from, and what are the benefits and dangers associated with them.

    Learning Outcomes:

    1. The ability to NAME the seven major Sources of Power for Consultants.
    2. Understanding the upsides and downsides of each.
    3. How to choose when to use which one to maximize creative impact and minimize negative consequences.

    About Your Presenter

    John Scherer - Moving from Seattle in 2008 to a base in Warsaw, John has become known as ’the guy who introduced OD to Poland’. In 2018, he delivered a module (on ’Action Research’) to the first PhD Program in Shenyang, China, and since 1987, men and women executives and community leaders from 54 countries have graduated from his Executive/Leadership Development Intensives, making the impact of his work truly international. 

    He was author of Work and the Human Spirit, which, at the time of its first printing in 1993, christened the name for this growing trend in management studies and leadership development. John draws on a diverse background as a former U.S. Naval officer, Lutheran Minister, Gestalt Therapist and Applied Behavioral Scientist to pursue his mission of transforming the world at work. 

    In 1974 he joined Bob Crosby (Founder) and Ron Short as one of the original three co-creators of the LIOS Graduate Program. 

    His new book, Facing the Tiger: Unleashing the Human Spirit at Work, is available on Kindle, as well as an Interactive Edition available on the Scherer Center website.  https://scherercenter.com/

    COST:

    $20 Members rate

    $20 Partners organization rate

    $30 Non members rate

    $15 Student/Senior rate

    AGENDA:

    10:00 – 10:30 am   Join on Zoom, gather and network

    10:30 am – noon   Presentation


    Please be aware that our meetings may be recorded or photographed.

    • July 30, 2021
    • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM (PDT)
    • Zoom Meeting
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    Group Process - Practical Brainstorming Sequence


    Chris Crosby

    "Learn one of the most practical and useful sequences I do"

    Many practitioners think of brainstorming as the act of generating ideas. The generation phase is but one step in an effective brainstorm sequence and in fact can pose a challenge if the practitioner does not use a structured approach. Come learn a complete sequence of brainstorming that is highly structured an applicable to all workplaces. The sequence is practical and powerful and, once learned, can be used in full or in part on an ad hoc basis to help any group quickly manage a list of items. If you have ever 1) seen a group generate a list of prob­lems, yet fail to reduce them to a manageable list of actions, 2) seen a group use votes rather than logic to determine their course of action, 3) heard a leader say, “Well it looks like we are all in agreement that X is the course of action” without really knowing the differing beliefs in the group, and found yourself frustrated and not sure what to do, then the following sequence is what you need. It provides simple ways to resolve such dilemmas.

    By learning this sequence of brainstorming, you can quickly reduce lists, balance votes with constructive conversations and clear decision making, and get rapid feedback on what options the different members of the group think are the most critical.

    At the end of the presentation, the participants will: 

    • Lead any group through a highly structured sequence that includes distinct steps and ground rules to ensure a vetted list of actions.
    • Identify and direct any group that gets stuck at any stage while working with a large list of items.
    • Sequence can be used in part or in whole depending on your situation. 

    About Your Facilitator

    Chris Crosby is the President of the Board at PNODN. He is also a consultant and author of three recent books, Strategic Organizational Alignment, published in 2016, and Strategic Engagement (Vol I and II), published in 2018. He is first and foremost a practitioner with internal and external experience. He is also an adjunct faculty at Gonzaga University teaching ORGL 517 in the change leadership track, and has held an adjunct positions at Saybrook University - Leadership Institute of Seattle and was guest faculty at Martin University in Indianapolis.

    Chris is an expert in systems thinking applied to the workplace. He uses his unique understanding of systems thinking and authority in the workplace to create organization alignment, implementation structures, and people processes for various forms of organization change. He also develops leadership programs for various clients. His programs utilize a unique industry adapted Skills Training Group (T-Group) as his primary experiential learning method to train leaders to engage their workforce in such a way that builds ownership, alignment and ultimately better business results.

    COST:

    $25 Members/Students

    $40 Non members

    AGENDA:

    2:45 - 3:00 pm   Join Zoom Meeting

    3:00 – 5:00 pm Training

    Please be aware that our training's could be recorded or photographed.


    Consider joining PNODN - members savings over the course of the year are substantial!
    • August 16, 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (PDT)
    • Zoom Meeting
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    OD is Easy... Really? A Conversation with Robert Crosby


    Robert Crosby

    Special ODN Lifetime Achievement Award Presenter

    Live via zoom meeting.

    Robert Crosby is the father of current PNODN President Chris Crosby, the founder of The Leadership Institute of Seattle (LIOS) which is now being resurrected, a poet, singer, and author of 6 books (2 spiritual) and a connector. He will be 93 on July 1. In August he will join us to share his life, legacy and journey and to answer questions about how to be an effective Organization Development practitioner. Bob Crosby was called by many a practical theorist because he helped solve seemingly complicated situations through simple designs and the strength of his presence.

    This session will be a dialogue with Robert based on his life's work and what ever you want him to help you learn. Prior to the session participants will receive an article called "OD is Easy" and his recent book, Memoirs of a Change Agent. PNODN President Chris Crosby will then collect questions from participants and lead a dialogue with Robert.

    Don't miss this chance to learn from Robert Crosby

    At the end of this session, participants will gain more clarity about:

    • Basic principles surrounding any OD activity; and
    • Guiding principles from core interventions during Robert Crosby's 60 plus year OD career; and
    • Simple ways to think about the topics that you are most puzzled about regarding OD interventions.

    About Your Presenter

    Robert P. Crosby, M.DIV, STM (Boston University) is almost 93! He won a lifetime achievement award from the OD Network in 2016. He has 60 plus years of experience helping organizations get clear about effective leadership, alignment, teamwork, change management, task accomplishment and accountability. He is a master in his field, having founded the Leadership Institute of Seattle (LIOS) in 1969, and held faculty roles through LIOS contracts at universities such as Antioch in Seattle and Martin University (named after Martin Luther King Jr.) in Indianapolis, Indiana. LIOS became the first Masters program in Organization Development in 1973.

    In 1991 he created a corporate (Masters) leadership program to train both managers and steelworkers in Alcoa. Three of the participating plants were in Addy (WA), Knoxville (Tn) and Evansville (In). All three were failing prior to the program and Robert’s intensive two year intervention. By 1994 Knoxville and Evansville created one-third of the world wide profits for Alcoa. He has led T-Groups in six countries. He has published several business books including The Cross-Functional Workplace, Walking the Empowerment Tightrope, and most recently Cultural Change in Organizations. In the current annual Jossey-Bass book on Organization Development, Robert has recently co-authored an article with Matthew Minahan of American University called, “The Classic T-Group.” His forth coming book is on T-Groups.

    COST:

    $20 Members rate

    $20 Partners organization rate

    $30 Non members rate

    $15 Student/Senior rate

    AGENDA:

    6:00 – 6:30 pm   Join on Zoom, gather and network

    6:30 – 8:00 pm   Presentation


    Please be aware that our meetings may be recorded or photographed.

Past events

June 11, 2021 OD Toolkit Series - How to use Basic Group Process to do Work Team Development (AKA Survey Feedback)
May 24, 2021 OD Toolkit Series - Humane leadership tools to help clients (and you) improve performance and gain influence.
May 17, 2021 May Presentation - OD and HR: Is OD Stuck in the Wrong Place?
May 14, 2021 OD Toolkit Series - How to Get Started Improving Racial Equity in Your Organization
April 30, 2021 OD Toolkit Series - Whole System Transformation
April 24, 2021 Communities of Practice - Practitioners - Systemic Focuses Case Study Analysis - IN Process
April 19, 2021 April Presentation - A Seat at the Table
April 09, 2021 OD Toolkit Series - Shamelessly Undoing Bias
March 26, 2021 OD Toolkit Series - Manager–Employee Conflict (AKA - Succeeding with "troubled" employees!)
March 15, 2021 March Presentation - From the Roots of OD to the 21st Century: The Living Legacy of Kurt Lewin
February 26, 2021 OD Toolkit Series - Liberating Structures: An Introduction
February 22, 2021 February Presentation - Why Humble Inquiry is more important than ever in today's world
February 05, 2021 OD Toolkit Series - JEDI (Justice, Equity, Diversity, Inclusion) through the Appreciative Lens
January 29, 2021 OD Toolkit Series - Goal Clarity
January 18, 2021 January Presentation - Cultivating a Compelling Presence
January 11, 2021 OD Toolkit Series - Work That Counts – In and Across Teams: An introduction and overview
December 14, 2020 December Presentation - Lean Six Sigma meets Organization Development – The Rise of Systemic Coaching & Consulting
December 11, 2020 OD Toolkit Series - The Manager’s Everyday Toolbox
December 05, 2020 Conversation with Geoff Bellman
December 02, 2020 OD Toolkit Series - Alternative Ways to Reduce Stress: No One Size Fits All
November 16, 2020 November Presentation - Trust Repair Strategies
November 14, 2020 PNODN Informational Webinar
November 13, 2020 OD Toolkit Series - From 3D to 2D: How to Design Zoom Meetings For Engagement
October 19, 2020 Generative Change – an alternative to the Planned Change Model
October 19, 2020 PNODN Informational Webinar
October 02, 2020 OD Toolkit Series - How OD Professionals Can Attract Corporate Clients
September 25, 2020 OD Toolkit Series - Major Project (or Initiative) Planning Session - PART 2
September 23, 2020 PNODN Informational Webinar
September 21, 2020 Use of Self as a True Transformer: An Experience with Darya Funches, Ed.D
September 18, 2020 OD Toolkit Series - Major Project (or Initiative) Planning Session - PART 1
August 28, 2020 OD Toolkit Series - How to Conduct an Effective Job Search
August 17, 2020 Messaging to Win Clients: Taking Control of your Personal Brand
August 14, 2020 OD Toolkit Series - Projects, Initiatives and Organization Development (OD) – How to use systems thinking to succeed!
July 31, 2020 OD Toolkit Series - Humane leadership tools to help clients (and you) improve performance and gain influence.
July 22, 2020 PNODN Informational Webinar
July 20, 2020 Flawless Consulting and Social Impact with Peter Block
July 10, 2020 OD Toolkit Series - Down to Earth OD
June 26, 2020 OD Toolkit Series - From 3D to 2D: How To Lead High-Impact Virtual Team Meetings in Times of Change
June 24, 2020 PNODN Informational Webinar
June 22, 2020 In-Session! Communities of Practice - Industry Adapted Skills Group (T-Group) - Fall Start - Enrollment Open
June 19, 2020 OD Toolkit Series - Zoom Enhanced! Practical Brainstorming Sequence
June 15, 2020 Accelerating Culture Transformation and Leadership Development Through Immersion
May 29, 2020 OD Toolkit Series - Third Party Conflict
May 23, 2020 PNODN Networking - Zoom Meeting - Check in! Plus, how can OD help in times like this?
May 18, 2020 Navigating the Destabilizing and Transformative COVID-19 Expedition
May 09, 2020 Conversation with Geoff Bellman
May 08, 2020 OD Toolkit Series - Whole System Transformation
April 27, 2020 Back to Basics: Continuing to Create Inclusion in the Virtual World
April 23, 2020 OD Toolkit Series - Nine Principles of Kurt Lewin’s Planned Change
April 10, 2020 OD Toolkit Series - Collaboration and Sustainable Decision-Making for Consultants and Leaders
April 04, 2020 On Line PNODN Networking - Community in Times of Crisis
April 02, 2020 In Session - Eastsiders Alert! Coffee and Mini-Practicum with David C. Wigglesworth, Ph.D. and Philip S. Heller, Ph.D.
April 01, 2020 Managing Anxiety Surrounding COVID-19 - Practical Skills to Navigate Challenging Times
February 28, 2020 OD Toolkit Series - Clarity of Authority
February 17, 2020 What to Do When You Don't Know What to Do: Tapping into The Source Code
February 10, 2020 OD Toolkit Series - How to Conduct an Effective Job Search
January 29, 2020 OD Toolkit Series - Practical Brainstorming Sequence
January 20, 2020 Organization Development: Past, Present, Future with W. Warner Burke
January 13, 2020 OD Toolkit Series - Self as Instrument of Change
December 20, 2019 OD Toolkit Series - Dealing with hostility coming your way: Going deeper in group process
December 16, 2019 Helping Leaders Navigate the Transition Zone with Ann Kruse
December 06, 2019 OD Toolkit Series - How OD Professionals Can Attract Corporate Clients
November 18, 2019 Reducing the Cost of Defensive Behavior on Business with Ethan Schutz - Live via Zoom
November 15, 2019 OD Toolkit Series - Leadership Transitions: Step-by-step group process to reduce disruption when a new leader takes the helm.
November 07, 2019 Family of Origin’s Role in Leading and Consulting: How Understanding Your Past Can Transform Your Present
November 01, 2019 OD Toolkit Series - Whole System Transformation
October 14, 2019 OD Toolkit Series - Silo Busting!
September 23, 2019 OD Toolkit Series - Social Style®
September 16, 2019 Anonymous is Poisonous: Why We Should Replace Traditional 360s with High-Growth Dialogue - Live Via Zoom
September 12, 2019 Vino and OD! What a combo!
September 06, 2019 OD Toolkit Series - Third Party Conflict
August 26, 2019 OD Toolkit Series - Collaboration and Sustainable Decision-Making for Consultants and Leaders
August 19, 2019 The Nitty-Gritty of Interventions - Intra-personal, Interpersonal, Organizational, and Citizen participation with Robert Crosby
August 15, 2019 Vino and OD! What a combo!
August 05, 2019 OD Toolkit Series - Group Process: Work Team Development Using a Survey
July 22, 2019 Mastering 21st Century Leadership with Margaret Graziano - Live Via Zoom
July 18, 2019 Vino and OD! What a combo!
July 12, 2019 OD Toolkit Series - How OD Professionals Can Attract Corporate Clients
June 17, 2019 Bringing Who You Are To What You Do with Geoff Bellman
June 15, 2019 Hello North End PNODNers! Ready for a North Sound Coffee Klatch?
June 07, 2019 OD Toolkit Series - Leadership Transitions: Step-by-step group process to reduce disruption when a new leader takes the helm.
June 07, 2019 OD Toolkit Series - Managing Change and Transitions
June 01, 2019 Coffee and Conversation! What in the business world is Organization Development?
May 20, 2019 Covert Processes: Dealing with the Hidden Barriers to Organizational Change with Bob Marshak - Live Via Zoom
May 18, 2019 Honoring our local OD Roots - LIOS 50 Year Celebration!!!
May 16, 2019 OD Toolkit Series - PMI, Lean, Projects, Initiatives and Organization Development (OD) – How to use OD to succeed!
May 03, 2019 OD Toolkit Series - The Next Generation of Generational Thinking
April 29, 2019 Self-Mastery for Internal and External Change Artists: The Shadow Knows with Dr John Scherer - In Person!
April 19, 2019 OD Toolkit Series - What to look for in Groups
April 15, 2019 An Overlooked Element in OD: A Results Focus with Mary Lippitt
April 06, 2019 Coffee and Conversation!
March 18, 2019 OD: What’s Leadership Got to Do with It? with Gloria Burgess
March 08, 2019 OD Toolkit Series - Third Party Conflict
March 04, 2019 Culture Change in Local Government – Part 2: A Client Perspective
February 27, 2019 PNODN Happy Hour
February 25, 2019 What HR doesn’t get about OD with Eric Svaren
February 22, 2019 OD Toolkit Series - Practical Brainstorming Sequence
February 22, 2019 OD Toolkit Series - Turning Employee Surveys into Morale Boosting Events
February 16, 2019 Coffee and Conversation!
February 01, 2019 Eastsiders Alert! Coffee and Mini-Practicum with David C. Wigglesworth, Ph.D. and Philip S. Heller, Ph.D.
January 28, 2019 OD Toolkit Series - Adaptive Leadership for Leading Change
January 23, 2019 PNODN Happy Hour
January 21, 2019 Barry Oshry - From Seeing the Possibilities of Organization to Seeing the Possibilities of Culture - Live Via Zoom
January 11, 2019 OD Toolkit Series - Managing Change and Transitions
January 08, 2019 Developing the Best Proposal or SOW
December 17, 2018 Culture Change in Local Government: A Client Perspective
December 08, 2018 Coffee and Conversation! Tacoma!
December 07, 2018 OD Toolkit Series - The Next Generation of Generational Thinking
November 19, 2018 OD Toolkit Series - Implementation Competency - Socio-Tech components to successful implementation
November 17, 2018 Sharing Best Practices in Gaining New Clients
November 13, 2018 Enabling Individuals and Organizations to Soar!
November 03, 2018 Coffee and Conversation!
November 02, 2018 OD Toolkit Series - Servant Leadership
October 19, 2018 OD Toolkit Series - Leadership Courage
October 15, 2018 Become a Project Super Hero with Terry Schmidt
September 22, 2018 Coffee and Conversation!
September 21, 2018 OD Toolkit Series - Third Party Conflict
September 17, 2018 From FIRO® to The Human Element® with Ethan Schutz - Live via Zoom
August 25, 2018 Coffee and Conversation!
August 24, 2018 OD Toolkit Series - Building Resiliency
August 20, 2018 Dogmatism and the OD Consultant
August 10, 2018 From Retributive to Restorative Justice with Rodney Coates - A Virtual Presentation
August 03, 2018 OD Toolkit Series - Systems Thinking Applied to Work
July 21, 2018 Coffee and Conversation!
July 20, 2018 OD Toolkit Series - Turning Employee Surveys into Morale Boosting Events
July 20, 2018 OD Toolkit Series - Practical Brainstorming Sequence
July 13, 2018 OD Toolkit Series - Managing Change and Transitions
June 18, 2018 Building Community around the World with Doreen Cato
May 21, 2018 PNODN May 2018 Monthly Meeting - Recognize the Moment
April 16, 2018 PNODN April 2018 Monthly Meeting - Structure Drives Behavior: How the physical environment can be a lever for organizational change
April 07, 2018 Special Event! Marvin Weisbord, An Interactive Video Conversation
March 19, 2018 PNODN March 2018 Monthly Meeting - THE HEALTHY WORKPLACE: WHAT IS IT AND HOW DO YOU MAKE IT HAPPEN?
February 26, 2018 PNODN February 2018 Monthly Meeting - Improving organizations through new visual tools for organizing functional data
January 22, 2018 PNODN January 2018 Monthly Meeting - The Future of Work
December 04, 2017 PNODN December 2017 Monthly Meeting ~ The Future of Leadership – An Interactive Discussion
October 30, 2017 PNODN Workshop: Designing Experiences that Develop Organizations
October 16, 2017 PNODN October 2017 Monthly Meeting~What is Design Thinking?
September 18, 2017 PNODN September 2017 Monthly Meeting ~ Strategy Communication Made Visible
July 17, 2017 PNODN July 2017 Monthly Meeting ~ The No-Fault Zone Game: a visual tool for emotional understanding.

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