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    • Thursday, September 28, 2017
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Hacienda Colorado - 4100 E Mexico Ave Denver, CO

    ATD RMC presents:

    September Event

    Moved by the Message: Increasing Employee Engagement Using Story

    Facilitated by Ryan Osmond, CEO Rylentless


    Date: Thursday, September 28, 2017 

    New Time: 11:30 am to 1:00 pm

    Location: Hacienda Colorado, 4100 East Mexico Avenue, Denver, CO

    Food: TBA

    Cost: 

    • Members - $20 (please log in to register)
    • Non-Members - $30
    • Partner Chapters/Associations*  - $20
    • Board* - $10
    • EAC* - $0
    • Sponsors* - $0
    • DisruptHR*
    • Volunteers* - $10
    *Code required. 

    Presentation Description:

    Stories are a fundamental part of the human experience. But what does it mean to integrate storytelling into your workplace? Can story be used to increase employee engagement, help improve productivity, increase retention, and contextualize business strategy? This session for HR leadership, coaches, and talent development professionals de-mystifies storytelling in business. It also provides participants with specific, practical, and hands-on methods to bring story-based principles into the workplace for immediate application to create strong emotional connections with employees. All the world’s a story. Are you telling yours?

    About the Facilitator:

    Ryan OsmondRyan Osmond, CEO & Co-Founder of Rylentless, helps clients embrace the science of story to create strong emotional connections with employees and customers. He has held senior leadership positions at HNW, Inc. in New York, managing engagements with Citigroup Private Bank, Merrill Lynch Private Client Group, Wachovia and others. Most recently he was the Global Senior Director of Products for the Otterbox and LifeProof mobile-protection brands, partnering with companies such as Samsung, Google, Microsoft, Motorola and Sony. He holds an MBA from the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver and an MFA from the University of Alabama.

    Image from www.rylentless.com

    • Thursday, October 19, 2017
    • 5:15 PM - 7:30 PM
    • The ART Hotel and Four Winds Interactive

    ATD Rocky Mountain Chapter 

    Presents

    Executing Change that Sticks

    Facilitated by

    Susan Mitnick

    Date: Thursday, October 19, 2017 

    Time: 5:15 to 7:30 pm

    Locations:
    5:15 to 6:00 pm - Networking
    The ART Hotel Fire Lounge
    1201 Broadway, Denver, CO 80203

    6:15 to 7:30 pm - Presentation
    Four Winds Interactive
    1221 North Broadway Denver, CO 80203

    Food: TBA

    Cost: 
    • $20 - Members (please log into your account to register) 
    • $10 - Board* 
    • $30 - Non-members
    • $20 - Partner Chapters/Associations* 
    • $0 - EAC* 
    • $0 - Sponsors*
    • $0 - DisruptHR*
    • $10 - Volunteers*

    * Code required.

    Parking: Validated valet parking at the ART Hotel. 

    Thank you to Four Winds Interactive for providing the venue. 


    Presentation Description

    Details to come.


    About the Facilitator:

    Susan Mitnick

    With over 25 years of combined sales, sales management and sales enablement experience, Susan Mitnick is passionate about implementing programs that support sales organizations in achieving their goals. From start ups to Fortune 500 companies, and companies in between, she has a proven track record in driving the necessary change that enables organizations to grow revenue through improved sales processes.

    How she helps:
    • Designing and implementing repeatable, coachable and scalable sales models
    • Changing sales behaviors and driving accountability to achieve results
    • Transforming sales cultures from transactional selling to solution-based selling
    • Playing the role of liaison between sales and supporting functions to ensure that cross-functional processes and programs enhance sales effectiveness, not hinder it
    Most importantly, she understands that to successfully execute change it is not just about theory but about connecting the strategy to the mindset of the audience and the culture of the organization.
    • Thursday, November 16, 2017
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • TBA

    ATD Rocky Mountain Chapter

    Presents:

    Unlocking Opportunity: How to Develop an Agile Mindset

    Facilitated by:

    Dr. Casey Mulqueen


    Date: Thursday, November 16, 2017 
    Time: TBA
    Location: TBA
    Food: TBA

    Cost: 

    • Members - $20 (please log in to register)
    • Non-Members - $30
    • Partner Chapters/Associations*  - $20
    • Board* - $10
    • EAC* - $0
    • Sponsors* - $0
    • DisruptHR*
    • Volunteers* - $10
    *Code required. 
    Parking: TBA

    Prework:

    Come prepared with one or two issues that are challenging to your organization.

    Presentation Description

    People are creatures of habit. At least 90% of our thoughts are the same—day after day. Our brains aren’t naturally wired to create and embrace change, but fortunately, we can retrain our brains to be more agile. In this engaging and interactive presentation, Dr. Casey Mulqueen will share how mindset affects behavior and ultimately, our performance. He will also help us consider how agility can make a substantial difference in our workplaces. 

    Key Topics Include:

    • Exploring the cognitive biases that hold you back from developing your own, personal agility
    • Determining specific strategies to help you overcome your biases, and ultimately help build organizational agility in the workplace

    This informative, dynamic workshop will help you address the barriers and biases that limit your ability to think and act with agility and innovation, teaching you how to achieve positive change. TRACOM’s methodology is based on the latest in neuroscience and cognitive psychology, and this interactive session is ideal for those looking to bring creativity and new ways of operating into their workplace.

    About the Facilitator:

    Recognized for his research on the latest science and practices in organizational psychology, Dr. Casey Mulqueen’s understanding of the behavioral aspects of resiliency and agility has led to significant training experiences at major brands like Accenture, EY and PepsiCo. In his current role as Director of Learning and Development and Senior Consulting Psychologist for The TRACOM Group, Dr. Mulqueen leads the design of training models, assessments and programs. A sought-after speaker and author, his work has been featured in Forbes, Inc., Chief Learning Officer, Talent Management and Fast Company.

By registering or attending any ATD-sponsored event, I am consenting to the use of my image on ATD’s monthly newsletters, brochures, emails, website, and marketing materialsRefund Policy:  Refunds will be issued up to 5 days before an event, meeting, or webinar.  We are unable to issue refunds later than that date. Contact info@atdrmc.org for more information. Please note, partner events may have different cancellation/refund policies. 


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