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APRIL MONTHLY PROGRAM 

Change Using Simple Process Improvement
Alan Vanderburg, MHR

Most process improvement initiatives, particularly in government, are complicated, slow and not very flexible.  In 2017, Tulsa County, began using a four-step process improvement tool that is simple, engaging, flexible, quick and effective.  In this session you will experience the tool by creating your own plan, with actions, timelines, and measurements, for improving a system or problem in your workplace.  

At the end of this session participants will: 

  • Understand the system view process improvement tool
  • Identify key processes that need to be improved
  • Create a process improvement plan using the system view tool

   

For more than a decade, Alan Vanderburg has been an international speaker on Process Improvement and Emotional Intelligence.  His ability to simplify complex topics, such as process improvement and emotional intelligence and align them to practical life applications has connected with audiences in America, Europe and China.  Alan’s humorous and energetic presentations have led to presentation to accounting, information technology, human resources and government groups. His work experience includes Business development, HR consulting, team and individual coaching, strategic planning, and project leadership. Over the years Alan has used the tool combination of Emotional Intelligence, Neuroscience and the Edward Deming methodology to improve industries such as manufacturing, banking, small business and government. Alan’s mission is “Dedication to developing businesses and people”. Alan has a master’s degree in Human Relations from the University of Oklahoma and a bachelor’s degree in Organizational Behavior from Southern Nazarene University.

 

April 12, 2019
11:30 a.m. - 1:15 p.m.

 

The discounted, pre-registrations for the program with the meal must be made by Tuesday, April 9th. 


 


 

OSU Tulsa Campus700 N Greenwood Ave, Tulsa, OK 74106 

BOK ROOM 140

 

 

 "Becoming a World-Class Trainer, Presenter & Speaker: A Powerful, Transformative Workshop"

         

April 26, 2019

8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Location:  To Be Announced      

 

Kristine A. Sexter   

Trainers, Consultants, Executives, Managers, Salespersons, Educators, HR Professionals, Media Relations, Training and Development Professionals and those who wish to transform and elevate their public speaking skills are urged to attend this exclusive, interactive training event.

Learning Objectives: 

      • Understanding the value of possessing powerful training and presentation skills
      • Best practices for world-class trainers, presenters and speakers
      • Handling difficult situation and participants
      • Lights, Camera, Action!     

Two ways to participate in this workshop:

  1.  Be individually coached - Benefit from personalized one on one coaching.  Includes pre workshop one on one support as you plan and deliver a 3 minute presentation on the day of the workshop.
  2. Be an observer - Observe as a select group deliver a presentation and are coached, live, by Ms. Sexter.  Your input and feedback will be solicited.    

Workshop Pricing:

Option 1: Individual Coaching

ATD Power Member: $250

ATD Chapter Member: $300

ATD Non-Member: $350 

Option 2: Observer 

ATD Power Member: $150

ATD Chapter Member: $200

ATD Non-Member: $250 

Space is limited.  

 

Kristine A. Sexter, President of WorkWise Productions and FindTrainKeep, is an industrial and organizational consultant who has devoted over 22 years to studying success and professional commitment. With an extensive background in recruiting, developing, and retaining top talent, Kristine expertly serves the government, healthcare, manufacturing, and human resources industries with acclaimed, quantifiable results.

Ms. Sexter is a professional speaker, consultant, and columnist and is the author of six books, including “The 100 Worst Employees: Learning From the Very Worst How to Be Your Very Best.”

Her recent work in facilitating the highly interactive, professionally intimate workshop, “World Class Presentation Skills” has been repeatedly deemed a “game-changing, career elevating experience” for nearly all those who attend it.

Compelling testimonials from clients such as Boeing, The U.S. Air Force and Oklahoma Career Technology professionals is propelling the popularity of this very powerful, educational event.

Kristine has been participating in ATD events for over 20 years, is the Past President of the Oklahoma Speakers Association, was twice-honored as the Speaker of the Year, and is an Honors Graduate of The College of New Jersey.  

ATD Tulsa 2018 Annual Report

ATD Tulsa 2018 Annual Report - Final 1-14-19.pdf

The ATD Tulsa 2018 Annual Report includes the Chapter’s goals and accomplishments in five key areas: administration, financial management, professional development, membership and communications. As the Report indicates, the Chapter accomplished most of its goals including achieving an average quality rating of 4.32 out of 5 for its professional development events and attaining 51% Power (ATD Tulsa + ATD) Membership status in July 2018. By fulfilling all its Chapter Affiliation Requirements (CARE) and attaining greater than 50% Power Membership, ATD Tulsa will be awarded SUPERSTAR Chapter status for 2018 by ATD.

 If you have questions about the ATD Tulsa 2018 Annual Report, contact Linda Jenkins, Past President at past-president@tdtulsa.org or 918-808-6935. 

 


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