September 21–24, 2010, Greater Boston Area
Helping clients meet their goals and objectives is the primary work of the organizational consultant or business partner. We all know the old adage, "If the only tool you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail." As Consultants, Trainers, Facilitators, and Human Resource Business Partners, we are asked to help organizations move from where they are to where they want to be. There are 3 kinds of interventions: the ones you know best, the ones someone else designed, and the ones the client data actually calls for to address their concerns. This workshop focuses on how to design interventions that link theories, models, and concepts to client data and practical application. This is an experiential opportunity to learn how to form diagnoses from data and design value added interventions that meet client needs.
All participants will receive one hour of follow up coaching.
Facilitators: Chuck Phillips and Jan Williams
Target Audience: Internal and External Organization Consultants, Human Resources Business Partners, Facilitators, and Trainers
Workshop Dates: September 21-24, 2010 in the Greater Boston Area, conference center to be announced.
Tuition: $1900.00 including workshop notebook, daily continental breakfasts, lunches, and breaks. Two participants from the same organization will receive a 10% discount. Three or more receive a 15% discount. Individuals who sign up for two or more workshops receive the same percentage discount.
Early bird registration $1750.00 prior to August 9. To receive the ODN discount rate of $1520, participants must pre-register.