Building a Deliberately Developmental Team
Your team is probably getting better over time, but is it getting better at getting better? What would be possible if you could turn work itself into a developmental experience? Come learn about the real stories, theories, and practices behind one team's attempt to become "deliberately developmental". You will be given an honest look at what it’s like to be on a team like this, why it matters, what it takes to build it, and how your team(s) may benefit from considering some of these concepts.
*The term “deliberately developmental” is from An everyone Culture by Robert Kegan & Lisa Lahey
The City of Boise’s organizational development exists to help its people and organization thrive, this includes training, consulting, well being, leadership development, coaching, and culture work. The team was created in 2016 and has led several organization wide changes focused on integrating growth, development, and well being deeply into the employee experience. They are a group who pride themselves on working as a true team, thinking differently, and viewing work as a place to not only learn and grow, but to become better people.
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Results Driven Team-Building
Learn the benefits of results driven team-building and how to use it to get better business results via higher performing employees, more workplace engagement and more FUN in the workplace.
Christian Kilpatrick is the founder of Brick6 Creative, a creative solutions organization that is focused on providing unique, creative solutions in teambuilding, brand creation, workplace culture consulting and event management. (copy) Taking Ownership
Christian currently holds a Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Supply Chain Management and holds a Master of Science degree in Management and Leadership. With this degree, he hopes to continue to further his company and help others reach their leadership potential. In December 2018, he became a certified Lego Serious Play facilitator which he has used to help others become more creative and improve the way they think about and apply knowledge.
Through his organization, and throughout his career, he has always challenged the status quo and helped others do the same. His firm belief is that everyone can be a leader in their own way without regard to experience, knowledge or skill set. He strives to make this known through his many volunteering engagements and networking groups.
In his free time, Christian enjoys spending time with his wife, two dogs and cat. He currently has a little girl on the way and expects that his time will be limited from then on. Christian is an avid fan of football and many other sports. He enjoys basketball, soccer and mixed martial arts. His favorite teams are the Cowboys, Boise State and University of Notre Dame. Currently residing in Boise, Idaho, Christian also enjoys the outdoors and activities that Boise offers. Between floating the river, hiking, swimming and walking the greenbelt, Idaho is truly home for Christian.
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Many L&D practitioners support professionals whose jobs are about recognizing situations, making decisions, solving problems, and communicating with others. How do practitioners specify professionals’ higher-level cognitive skills in ways support practice, assessment, and transfer to the workplace? Savvy practitioners focus on skills-to-be-learned, rather than content-to-be-covered. The objectives they create become a promise of valued workplace performance that clients, learners, and stakeholders can trust. Come learn and practice powerful, proven strategies in this interactive workshop.
Steve Villachica is an associate professor of Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning at Boise State University. He teaches courses in performance-based instructional design for the workplace and needs assessment. His research interests focus on bringing academics, students, and graduates together with workplace sponsors to decrease ramp-up time to competent performance.
Lisa Giacumo is an assistant professor of Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning at Boise State University. She teaches courses in needs assessment and e-learning. Her research interests focus on the use of data, instructional design, and digital tools for global training initiatives and performance improvement.
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