ATDps: November 2015 Chapter Meeting
Lean Project Management in Talent Development
Competency: Managing Learning Programs
Join former ATD Puget Sound President, Mary Alida Brisk as she guides us through a learning program on these topics while sharing her experiences at Seattle Children’s Hospital and Regional Medical Centers.
During this presentation, you will learn how applying lean principles secures a seat at the table, gain a direct line to the organizational goals, and boost credibility within your organizations.
You will find value in attending if you struggled with any of the following issues or questions within your organization:
- Do you want to learn more about applying lean principles to leading learning and development projects and programs?
- Have you struggled to understand how to improve your development team’s ability to reduce waste?
- Are you looking for ways to add value to your talent development projects through organizational effectiveness?
Mary Alida Brisk is the Director of Talent Management at Seattle Children’s Hospital in Seattle where she helps lead its Human Resource department serve a workforce of over 10,000 employees. Her leadership responsibilities include recruiting, organizational effectiveness consulting and leadership, employee, and career development for Seattle Children’s strategic learning programs. In 2002, Mary Alida served on the ATD Puget Sound Board as our president. In her spare time she likes to scuba dive around the world and is an aunt to 12 amazing nieces and nephews.
7:30 AM – Doors open, networking
8:00 AM – Presentation
9:00 AM – Raffle drawing, additional networking
9:30 AM - End
About the Presenter
Pre-Registration - Member $15.00 (walk in rate Members $20)
Pre-Registration - Non-Member $20.00 (walk-in rate $30)
Online registration closes on the Sunday prior to the chapter meeting. At that time we are no longer able to accept pre-registrations.
Please note that once the online registration is closed, we encourage and welcome you to attend and pay at the door.