During this workshop, you will experience and learn the XCHANGE facilitation approach to unlocking collective wisdom at speed and scale, while maximizing engagement, learning and creativity…. all VIRTUALLY! This approach can be used easily in the in-person environment as well. We will be using Psychological Safety and Appreciative Inquiry (AI) principles. The core factors that make AI effective are:
Katherine earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in English from SUNY Fredonia, and Master of Education in Higher Ed Administration from SUNY Buffalo. She is currently the Global Talent Development Manager for Ingram Micro, where she has worked for 8 years. In her role, Katherine has the privilege of leading the strategy for learning & development across the organization, and thrives on bringing the global learning community together to collaborate and share best practices. She is an experienced Facilitator and Instructional Designer, and loves finding new and creative ways to keep learners engaged!
***Please note, this is not an ATD Sponsored Event. Cost of beverages will be the responsibility of the registrant.***
For a high-level overview of Mary Beth's discussion, please read this blog post.
About the Presenter:
Mary Beth Imbarrato, PMP, CSM, SPP, CMS has over 25 years of experience in project management, change management and strategy. Mary Beth identified a need to help non project managers succeed with their projects. She now dedicates her time to providing project management tools and resources to this growing, and often overlooked, population of people who are trying to lead projects while juggling their “day jobs.” She recently published The Project Roadmap - Your Hands-On Guide to Initiating, Planning, Executing, and Completing Projects to guide you through your project experience. Mary Beth welcomes your questions, comments and feedback at MB@mbiconsults.com or feel free to visit her website at MBIConsults.com.
Talk, share, grow, and recharge at ATD Buffalo Niagara's monthly networking Coffee & Connections event.
This casual setting is a place to share best practices, explore ideas, develop and refine your work, and brainstorm solutions for challenges you're facing.
Building our talent development community one cup at a time!
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