With the world turned upside down due to the pandemic, the economic crisis and the spotlight on racial injustice, we are feeling pressures we never felt before. While there are no easy answers to the challenges in front of us, it is necessary to seek solutions for our organizations, our families, and ourselves.
Crisis can bring out the best in leaders; they must rise to the challenge of a world turned upside down. The very best leaders do this by leveraging their purpose with their sense of grace.
Leaders need to demonstrate resilience in the face of adversity, provide clarity in times of uncertainty, and deliver hope when fear abounds. And do it all with a sense of grace that reflects humility, empathy and respect for others.
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John Baldoni is a globally-acclaimed leadership educator, certified Master Corporate Executive coach, and author of 14 books that have been translated into 10 languages.
As a highly sought-after executive coach and leadership educator, John has had the privilege of working with senior leaders in virtually every industry from pharmaceutical to real estate, packaged goods to automobiles, and finance to health care. John is a member of the renowned Marshall Goldsmith 100 Coaches, a group of executive coaches and thought leaders from the worlds of business, academia and social services.
John speaks widely to corporate, professional, military and university audiences.
The State of the Industry report is ATD's annual review of talent development trends, spending, and activities. In this webcast, we will discuss key benchmarks from the 2020 report, such as:
You do not need to have read the report to understand and attend this webcast. The report is available at td.org/SOIR2020. Click here to register.
This is Part II of a two-part series facilitated by National ATD. To register for the event February 11, 2021 event from 12:00-1:00 MST, click here. Once you are confirmed registered, refer to the registration email to access the meeting link (it is not located on the "Add to Calendar").
Participants do not need to have attended Part I to join this session.
As Director of Credentialing for the Association for Talent Development, Morgean Hirt brings over twenty-five years of nonprofit experience in personnel certification and accreditation across a variety of professions. Morgean has devoted her career to advancing professions through the establishment of industry standards. She provides strategic leadership and technical expertise in developing and implementing credentialing programs, focusing on policy and standards development, test development, board and committee governance, program audits, strategic planning, and ANSI/ISO 17024 and NCCA accreditation.
Morgean has led a number of organizations through establishing industry standards for emerging professions, including clinical research, massage therapy, and mortgage brokering. Prior to joining ATD, Morgean spent 10 years as President and CEO of Certified Fund Raising Executives International Credentialing Board (CFRE International), and was responsible for establishing international support across six continents for a unified standard of fundraising practice. She also has served as a Senior Account Executive with Metacred, a boutique association management firm specializing in credentialing management, where her clients included several IT-related associations. Morgean lives in the Washington, DC area and is active with the Institute for Credentialing Excellence (ICE), serving as a member of the Education and Program Committees and as a presenter at the ICE Exchange.
Becoming a Better T&D Strategic Partner: The Power of Leveraging Situational Mindsets
Talent Development Professionals cannot have all the right answers to workplace and workforce challenges, but they can ask the right questions to trigger ideas, insights, and opportunities in order to expand systems thinking to produce positive results for the organization. Practicing Situational Mindsets moves the Talent and Development role from “order taker” to strategic partner and provides opportunity for T&D professionals to help leaders close the gap between what we think we know and what we must understand to prevent missteps and blunders in workforce development planning.
Dr. Mary Lippitt is an award-winning speaker, consultant, and author with thirty years of experience working across public, private, and non-profit organizations. Dedicated to finding out how to deliver results, she conducted research on more than 6,000 leaders. In her book, Situational Mindsets: Targeting What Matters When It Matters, she illustrates how six mindset lenses produce wise choices. She founded Enterprise Management to foster a systematic approach to today’s challenges. She teaches Organization Change and Development in the MBA program at the University of South Florida.
This presentation supports the ATD capability of Collaboration and Leadership under the Personal Development domain. Learn how to apply Mary’s concepts to strengthen your leadership and partnering skills.
Special Member-Only Offer
Mary has offered members a 20% discount on her “Situational Mindsets Indicator”. Click here for a sample summary. Email Mary at firstname.lastname@example.org to request an assessment.
Attendee names will be placed in a drawing for a chance to win a signed copy Mary’s book, “Situational Mindsets - Targeting What Matters When It Matters”
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