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All-Chapter: Transitions and Change + Optional Networking Lunch + Book Sale

  • 13 Mar 2015
  • 8:45 AM - 11:00 AM
  • NICC Town Clock Business Center, 608 Main St, Dubuque, IA

Registration

  • This program is free to Hawkeye Chapter members
  • There is a $10.00 fee for non-members to attend this program.

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Transitions and Change Program 

Description: As talent development professionals, we are no strangers to change.  We have experienced it in our own careers and every day, we work to help individuals, teams and organizations make the transitions necessary to achieve important goals.

During this interactive discussion, participants will gain key insights into how people respond to change. More important, as workplace learning and performance professionals, we will examine how to help employees and managers transition from denial, through resistance into exploration and finally commit to change.  You will leave with a formula for change management that will help to assess if you have all the right levers in place to drive change in a positive direction.

Presenter: Gale Mote, Gale Mote Associates, VP Administration

Location: This All-Chapter program will be held in Dubuque at NICC, Town Clock Business Center, 680 Main Street, Dubuque, Room 200 (Room 200 is located right off of the elevator on the second floor).

Site Coordinators for this program: Kathie Rotz, krotz@honkamp.com and Gale Mote, gale.mote@galemoteassociates.com

Cost for non-members, including guests, to attend the program is $10.00.  Hawkeye ASTD members' program attendance is included as a benefit of membership. (Reminder: Members must log in to the website to register free.)

Optional Networking Lunch

Following this program, we will meet to lunch and network at Crust, 299 Main Street.  Each attendee will pay for their own lunch. If you want to join us for lunch, please register with the Networking Lunch option, so we have a tentative count to reserve the location.

Book Sale Fundraiser

You are invited to participate in this chapter fundraiser by donating books or shopping with us. You may price your donations, or we will price them for you. Please note that we will only accept cash and checks. 

Here are some of the titles that will be available. If you want to add your donated titles to the list before the program, please email them to Melanie Hoffner and they will be posted here. Thank you!

Coffee and Other P.E.R.C’s  by Diana Hall

Duct Tape Teambuilding Games by Tom Heck

ROI in Action Casebook by Phillips and Phillips

Mastering Mobile Learning by Chad Udell and Gary Woodill

Foundations of Human Resource Development by Richard Swanson and Elwood Holton III

The Value of Learning by Phillips and Phillips

Boomers, Xers, and Other Strangers by Rick and Kathy hicks

Generation X by Douglas Coupland

Managing Generation X by Bruce Tulgan

When Generations Collide by Lancaster and Stillman


Leaders Open Doors by Bill Treasurer (New)

1501 Ways to Reward Employees by Bob Nelson (New)

The Secret: What Great Leaders Know and Do (10th Anniversary Edition) by Mark Miller (New)

Emotional Intelligence 2.0 (New)

The Strangest Secret by Earl Nightengale – Including audio CD (New)

Traction: Get a Grip on Your Business by Gino Wickman (New)

The Book of Road Tested Activities by Elaine Biech (Gale Mote will sign for whoever purchases it – her activity is published in the book)

Growing Your Company’s Leaders: How Great Organizations use Succession Management to Sustain Competitive Advantage (New)

Dynamic Openers and Energizers – Bob Pike (Used)

Why Employees Don’t Do What They Are Supposed to Do and What to Do About It by Ferdinand Fournies (Used)

What Got You Here Won’t Get You There by Marshall Goldsmith (Used)

Creative Training Techniques Handbook (2nd Edition) by Bob Pike (Used)

Fierce Conversations by Susan Scott (New)

Appreciative Inquiry – A Positive Revolution in Change by Cooperrider and Whitney (New)

Zap the Gaps by Dana Robinson and Ken Blanchard (New)

Ubuntu! An Inspiring Story about an African Tradition of Teamwork and Collaboration by Bob Nelson (2 copies, new, signed by author)

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