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Igniting Development Potential
Is your IDP tired?
Do your managers dread the process?
Do employees roll their eyes when they see it on the calendar?
Unfortunately, the IDP has “lost its simplicity and humanity associated with just helping people grow.”
This is alarming given that the skills needed in five years will look quite different than today. Organizations must ensure they are opportunistic when it comes to developing talent.
What if we reimagine the IDP into something that unleashes limitless potential for individuals and organizations? What if the IDP becomes a tool that Ignites Development Potential?
Based on the best-selling book, Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go, by Beverly Kaye and Julie Winkle Giulioni, join us for a webinar that provides the guidance to transform your IDP process from a chore on the To Do list to a meaningful step that yields results. We will explore how reimagining the IDP will help you unleash limitless potential in your own organization.
Thursday, May 30 at 10am PT / 1pm ET
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About our Featured Speaker, Dr. Beverly Kaye, Author, Speaker and Thought Leader
Beverly Kaye‘s name is recognized internationally as a professional dedicated to helping individuals, managers and organizations understand the practical “how-to” principles of employee development, engagement and retention. Her books and learning materials have stood the test of time. ATD honored her with their 2018 Lifetime Achievement Award recognizing her advanced knowledge and extensive practice across the talent development field. ISA (The Association of Learning Professionals) also honored her with their 2018 Thought Leadership Award for her body of work in support of work-related learning and performance.
You can read more about Dr. Kaye on her website.
The webinar will be hosted by Lynn Cowart, Chief Operations Officer, Talent Dimensions
Lynn Cowart has extensive experience working and consulting in senior‐level human resources positions for industries including financial services, aerospace, food service, and utilities. She has facilitated executive coaching, change management and strategic staffing initiatives for mid and senior level executives as well as career transition programs, retention and engagement strategies, assessment interviewing and training for all organizational levels.
Throughout her career she has conferred with corporate business leaders in a broad range of functions such as management and organizational development, communication strategies, career planning and placement, and organizational effectiveness. She has also coached executives on change management, retention and engagement strategies, and positive management leadership. Lynn has led teams responsible for design, development and implementation of Corporate University Relations Programs and Leadership Development for Fortune 50 companies. She is currently leading a career development group for women in transition in the Atlanta area.