Developing leaders is critical, expensive, and often messy. How would you develop leaders in a 42,000 member organization like the State of Tennessee, with strict budget constraints, public scrutiny from taxpayers, and geographically dispersed leaders? More importantly, how would you develop leaders at your organization? We all need to balance constraints with the overwhelming need to develop talented leaders.
Join us for this special chapter meeting to learn how leaders at the State of Tennessee have demonstrated excellence in talent development at four levels. This special event is designed to inform talent development leaders like you of tactics that you can implement in your own organization. The program design is a series of activities intended to facilitate talent development. Come learn some tricks that you can apply immediately in your organization.
Participants in this session will:
- Discover lessons learned from cascading talent development in one large organization
- Learn how to cascade talent development in your own organization, large or small.
- Develop tactics for your personal career development
- Think differently about how to leverage your network to accelerate your talent development initiative.
Join your colleagues for live music, a catered dinner, and an engaging topic.
Student Members: $10
5:00 - 6:00 - live music, welcome, networking
5:45 - 6:30 - catered dinner
6:30- 7:45 - facilitated program
7:45- 8:00 - closing, networking
Parking: There is ample free parking.
Location is near I-440 and Nolensville Pike.
Trish Holliday, EdD.
Assistant Commissioner and Chief Learning Officer, State of Tennessee
Dr. Holliday is a passionate champion for talent development who has been recognized with multiple awards as a Chief Learning Officer, change agent, leadership consultant, and speaker. Her full bio is at https://www.linkedin.com/in/trishholliday/
Live Music provided by Doug Allen
People say this Nashville-based singer/songwriter sounds like a cross between Zac Brown & Keith Urban with a touch of John Denver and Glen Campbell thrown in for good measure. Doug grew up in the suburbs of New York City, but it was in the back country woods of Connecticut that he met his strongest influences…story songs and a love of the outdoors. His catchy melodies, great story songs and recognizable, rich vocals are quickly gaining him a broad following on TN Radio and in clubs. You can see Doug playing his song “Blue Room” in the Bar Scene in Universal Pictures ‘One True Thing’ with Renée Zellweger… also starring Meryl Streep and William Hurt. Doug has opened for acts such as Gregg Allman, Edwin McCain, Jewel, John Entwistle of The Who, The Bacon Brothers and more. Doug is currently promoting his new single Thank God For Friday Nights.