We are meeting a week earlier than our regularly scheduled time...we hope you can join us for:
"Building Capacity for Change Management"
Change is inevitable in our ever-evolving business world. How do training and development leaders help people in their organizations understand change, encourage buy-in and plan to train people as change occurs? Building your capacity to manage change will allow you to understand the three types of change, communicate effectively through change, address the right concerns, and develop strategies to successfully cope with change.
Date: Friday, May 19, 2017
Time: 2:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. (Registration) and 3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. (Event)
In-Person Location: First Interstate Bank Branch (Billings, 401 N. 31st S) - 4th Floor Conference Room
Remote Video Conference Locations: First Interstate Bank Branches - this is an exciting opportunity to participate remotely and network with other training professionals in your area. We will communicate with you further if you chose this option.
Great Falls (2601-10th Ave. South) - 2nd Floor Conference Room (Board Room)
Helena Gulch (25 East Lyndale Ave) - Lower Level Training Room (Video Conference)
Missoula (101 E. Front St.) - Lower Level Griz Den (Video Conference)
About our Speaker:
Senior Consultant and Director of Leadership Development and Organizational Design
Cascadia Business Development Group, LLC
Libby understands the link between efficient organizational design and the continual professional development of the people of an organization as a foundation for the achievement of strategic goals. For over 15 years, Libby worked in the education and administration fields, giving her extensive experience in creating engaging professional development, program development and management, public speaking training, personnel supervision and evaluation, branding and promoting new programs, event organization, solution oriented problem solving, and the building of efficient and effective teams.
As Cascadia’s Director of Leadership Development and Organizational Design, she serves as a key partner of Cascadia’s leadership team, advising in the strategy and execution of succession planning, leadership development, and talent management solutions to improve high potential employee readiness for increased responsibilities, as well as developing capable, confident leaders at all levels who inspire their teams and drive extraordinary performance. She is also responsible for researching, assessing, recommending, and evaluating solutions for achieving optimum employee and organizational performance, and the development of quality professional training to support the continual improvement of organizations.
Libby received a Master’s Degree in French, with teaching certifications in French English, and History from The University of Montana. She also studied abroad in France and is DELF/DALF certified in French. In addition, she has an educational leadership certification and is currently completing her CPLP certification from ATD.
In addition to her commitment to organizational development and design, as well as professional development training, Libby actively volunteers for numerous local non-profit organizations and is a board member for the Missoula Downtown Foundation. She is also member of the 2016-17 Leadership Missoula Program.