· Recommended parking (including applicable validation): There is a parking across the street at 811 N. Larrabee Street. We do not validate parking.
Directions from building entry to event space (including applicable security protocol): Entrance to the 600 W. Chicago building is on Larrabee Street. Once in the building, proceed to the check-in desk in the building's lobby. Provide a photo ID to the security agent. They will provide a visitor's pass. Once through security, proceed left to the elevator bank. Press the button at the elevator bank for floor 4, then proceed to the elevator assigned. Once on the fourth floor, proceed through the double doors opposite the “cat in the spaceship”. Once through those double doors, proceed to the cafeteria area straight ahead of you. Once in the cafeteria, the HRMAC event will be through the double doors at the far left end of the cafeteria area, in Hello Food South.
A well-crafted and rigorously executed Organizational Learning Strategy can ensure that your learning and development organization supports the business in achieving the strategic goals set forth by senior leaders. Without a clear strategy, learning and development organizations tend to lose focus and effectiveness. Whether you are a large corporation or a small company, it is essential to have an Organizational Learning Strategy to ensure that learning is aligned with your organization’s talent strategy and other key business strategies.
During this interactive session, Michelle Reid-Powell will share a behind-the-scenes look at the top ten key elements of a learning strategy, and reference real-world cases of how organizations used their learning strategies to drive change, improve results and scale operations.
Name: Michelle Reid-Powell
Organization: The CARA Group
Title: President & CEO
Bio: Michelle is President and CEO of The CARA Group. Previously, Michelle held leadership roles at McDonald’s, Potbelly and Arthur Andersen. Michelle has an MS in Education (NIU), a BA (UIC) and is pursuing an MA (Northwestern). She has been recognized by Brandon Hall, Elliott Masie, and Workforce Chicago. Michelle received McDonald’s President’s award and has certificates in project management, change management, and Myers-Briggs. She is a writer, plays in a rock band, and tap dances.
This program is pending approval for 1 credit hour towards PHR/SPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute (HRCI) as well as 1 professional development credit (PDC's) toward SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP certification.
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