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June Luncheon Meeting: Strategic HRD in Action

  • Thursday, June 19, 2008
  • 11:30 AM - 1:15 PM
  • Marriott Southpoint


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June Luncheon Meeting

Strategic HRD in Action:
Measuring Training Impact Potential
to Improve Performance and
Business Results

Presented By Greg V Michalski, PhD, PMP®

Greg's presentation demonstrates and summar-izes results of a Strategic HRD approach used to measure Training Impact Potential (TIP) for per-formance improvement and business planning.
He will use a business case study using Concept Mapping/Pattern Matching to describe how you can put this Strategic HRD principle into practice in a complex organiza-tional setting (e.g., one characterized by mul-tiple goals and globally diverse stakeholders).

Greg will help us understand how to quantify the relationships between business import-ance and training impact potential and discuss how to use them for learning program planning and Strategic HRD. If you struggle to put Strategic HRD prin-ciples into action, don't miss this "natural fit" best practice methodology.


Dr. Michalski has over 20 years of international
Human Resources Development research, im-
plementation, and consulting experience across a spectrum of business including Nortel Networks, Bell Northern Research, Rockwell Collins, Groupe Bull, Zenith Data Systems, John Deere, Heathkit Educational Systems, Winn-Dixie Stores, Wach-ovia, and others. He has also led professional research, development, and licensure/certification programs for a variety of public sector and NPO clients including American College Testing, the Oncology Nursing Certification Corporation, Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy, American Association of Social Work Boards, the e-Learning for Kids Foundation (Founding Executive Research Director), and the National Council of Exam-iners for Engineering/Surveying (NCEES).

A published author and certified Project Management Professional (PMP), Dr. Michalski provides independent consulting services and has served in both full-time and adjunct faculty roles at several institutions of higher education in the US and Canada, including Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, Lake Michigan College, Jordan College, Illinois Technical College, the University of Phoenix, and the University of Ottawa. He currently manages the HR Manage-ment Institute for Convergys Learning Services in Jacksonville.

Thanks to Sight and Sound & Katie Ivey for supplying
the meeting's projection equipment.

MONDAY, JUNE 16, 5:00 PM.
If space and meal service preparations
permit, those who arrive at meetings without preregistration may still be accommodated, although they might not be seated until the presentation begins. There is a $5 surcharge for payment at the door without reregistra-tion. This fee applies to both members and nonmembers.

Because of meal committments, we can
issue refunds only if cancellations are made by the third day prior to an event (Monday, for example, with a Thursday meeting.) If your schedule changes too late to cancel, you may send a substitute in your place. 

WHEN        Thursday, June 19, 2008  
                  11:30 AM  Registration & Networking 
                  12:00 PM  Program
                  1:00 PM   Announcements & Door Prizes
                  1:15 PM   End   

  WHERE        Marriott Southpoint
                  4670 Salisbury Road
                  Jacksonville,  FL 32256

 ATTIRE        Business Casual

 FEE               Gold Members     Complimentary
                  Members             $25.00
                  Non Members       $30.00


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