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June 2014 OD Special Interest Group (SIG) Meeting

  • 05 Jun 2014
  • 5:30 PM (CDT)
  • MedSolutions (8th floor Boardroom) 730 Cool Springs Blvd Franklin TN 37067

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The OD Special Interest Group is excited to announce a special presentation “Coaching as a Tool for Organization Effectiveness” for our next meeting on Thursday, June 5th from 5:30 -7pm at MedSolutions 8th floor boardroom at 730 Cool Springs Blvd, Franklin TN 37067.  (location: http://goo.gl/wz302v)

Pat White, Master Certified Coach, will present how coaching is used as a valuable tool for improving the effectiveness of your organization. Pat will also outline some key do’s and don’ts for coaching success.   This will be a valuable session for any Learning or Organization Development professional and we hope you’ll join us.  If you have any specific questions, please contact Jenny Moehlmann at 615-468-4118 orJennifer.moehlmann@medsolutions.com

 

Pat White is a recognized expert in developing individuals and teams who want to achieve exceptional results. She is known for helping people “crack the code for success,” no matter what their position. Pat holds the designation of Master Certified Coach – a certification held by fewer than 900 coaches worldwide.  Her professional education includes courses in counseling at the Master level, as well as a Master’s degree in Organization Development.  Most of her graduate and post-graduate work has been done at Columbia University in NYC and the Wharton School of Business. 

 

For the past 22 years, Pat has managed her own leadership development firm - The Spectrum Group. Some of their clients include ADP, Inc., Cat Financial, Hoffman La Roche Pharmaceutical Company, The Equitable, Nissan, Vanderbilt, and RCA/BMG.  In her CEO role, Pat leads the Coaching Division, occasionally conducts classes for Spectrum’s teleseminar business, and oversees the operations side of the organization. A dedicated volunteer throughout her life, Pat has also led several Non-Profit Boards both here in TN and in NJ since she understands how to work with change in organizations. She has served on the ASTD Board in several roles, including President, received the Golden Torch Award for Outstanding Human Resource Development, started the OD SIG and is founder of ICF – TN.  Today, she chooses to work as an executive coach with individuals so that they can transform their lives and the lives they touch.

 

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