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    • September 26, 2017
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Little Bigs, 4621 Montrose Houston, TX 77006
    Women and men are equal in rights yet have different strengths as well as different challenges. Understanding and incorporating feminine power in business can yield outstanding results, however, this is not achieved simply by increasing the number of women in business. Corporate strategy, coaching and training for women can help empower women to be their authentic selves, overcome biases, appreciate and embrace their unique strengths and use them for the benefit of their lives and careers.

    Learning Objectives:

    •  Why do female leaders matter in the current economic times?
    • What are the challenges that women face in the workplace and how better address them?
    • What are the ways to accelerate the female leaders?

    ATD Competency Model - Area of Expertise This Session Supports:  Performance Improvement,  Managing Learning Programs,  Integrated Talent Management

    Speaker:  Anastasia Gorianina holds a Professional Coach Certificate from Erickson Coaching International (Canada), and ACC Credentials with the International Coach Federation. She also has a Master’s Degree in Political Science from Baltic State Technical University in St Petersburg, Russia.

    Born and raised in St. Petersburg, Russia, Anastasia spent years as a trainer and consultant at the Women’s Academy where she created and implemented countless development programs specifically for women. After relocating to Houston, Texas, she incorporated all of her fascinating experience in entrepreneurship & training and founded Elephanta Coaching.

    “I am passionate about bringing out the best in people and facilitating solution-focused thinking towards creating the desired results. I believe everyone has the potential to become greater in who they are and what they can achieve in life.”

    She is also a founding member of the Conscious Capitalism Chapter in Houston, TX and an outreach committee member of ICF Houston Chapter.

    • September 27, 2017
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • New Horizons CLC Houston, 5120 Woodway Dr., Suite 200, Houston, TX 77056
    • 19

    Engaged leaders and associates achieve better results. Period! This session will help you become more aware of the connection between profitability and associate engagement and the role that engaging learning experiences have on overall organizational health. Let's forget about road tales and stop talking about people being the most valuable capital of the company. It’s not to say, it is to do. It is not to preach it, it is to practice it. The speaker has worked with his CEO and Senior Leadership level colleagues at The Home Depot digital business subsidiary to show practical ideas on how to connect with the head, heart and body of your associates to achieve better financial and commercial results, being more competitive in an increasingly volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous market.

    ATD Competency Model - Area of Expertise This Session Supports:  Performance Improvement, Instructional Design, Training Delivery, Coaching, Change Management


    Speaker:
       
    Chief People Officer, Fernando Sanchez-Arias, is a dynamic and passionate senior human capital expert, talent development professional and leadership coach who combines his more than two decades of experience as a c-level executive, board member, key-note speaker and learning facilitator with his rigorous Ivy League education and working experience designing, delivering and managing human capital and learning programs to develop better leaders, organizations and communities in more than 70 countries.


    Address ( print map with directions)

    New Horizons CLC Houston (Located in the same complex at the Decorative Center Houston)
    5120 Woodway Dr., Suite 200
    Houston, TX 77056

    Best parking is in the surface lot behind the ExxonMobil station.   Facility is on the second floor of the courtyard next to the parking lot.

    We are located at the intersection of Sage and Woodway Dr. in the Galleria area, headed away from 610 on Woodway Dr.  At the light make a right onto Sage Rd, and then another immediate right into the Decorative Center Houston (DCH) surface parking lot. We are located on the second floor of the court yard area on the right hand side, in the suite closest to the building.  The stairs are located on both sides of the first floor shops, hidden in the architecture.

    Parking
    Visitors can park in any spots without a ‘RESERVED’ sign on them. They have open spots on every floor of the garage and outside the lobby of the building (there is also a valet service here)

    Food (menu attached)
    The onsite café has good food but a small kitchen so please plan to place your order with the café at least 30 mins prior to the start of the session.


    • September 28, 2017
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Spring Creek Barbecue, 19099 Interstate 45 S, Shenandoah, TX 77385-8748

    Topic:   Rehire don’t retire: how to keep the wisdom of your baby boomers to reduce the leadership gap.

    If 80 are the new 60, your retiring baby boomers have the challenge and need to keep working. They might need the money as their retirement fund will not cover their longer lives and they need to stay active. On the other hand, you have a leadership gap because your talented millennials lack the experience to be the new leaders.

    Create a win-win strategy in your organization establishing programs that will allow you to keep the wisdom of your retiring baby boomers and transfer it to your emerging leaders to reduce your leadership gap.

    This program will present ideas on how to create a network of internal and external mentors, coaches and facilitators with your own experienced workforce to accelerate leadership and develop your people.

    From mentoring programs to mastermind facilitators to professional coaching your retirees are an asset you can evolve instead of lose.

    Workplace Application:

    Retiring programs will benefit by participants learning how to create programs to retain wisdom of retiring people with effective programs.

    Participants will:

    • Learn how to retain wisdom of retiring employees with programs.
    • Learn how to create an effective mentoring program.
    • Learn how to use retiring employees to facilitate mastermind groups.
    • Know a way to establish a coaching program for retiring employees.

    ATD Competency Model - Area of Expertise This Session Supports:  Knowledge Management,  Coaching, Change Management

    Speaker:  Guillermo Mendoza Leadership Acceleration Expert 

    Guillermo is a leadership acceleration expert, speaker, author and executive coach. He is passionate about sharing the tools and experiences that he has helping executive leaders and their teams by creating consciousness, developing leadership and getting results. Guillermo is dedicated to empowering leaders to do what it takes to grow a successful organization developing talent in people. His authentic style and insight engages leaders to make the necessary changes to create transformations in their organizations and lives. His career in Microsoft started in sales and he expanded operations opening subsidiaries in Costa Rica, Guatemala and Panama before being named General Manager for the Caribbean and Central America region. Guillermo has taken this one and many lifetime experiences and combined it with neuroscience and emotional intelligence concepts to craft stories, strategies and life lessons that will engage, inspire, inform and influence your success. He is fluent in English, Spanish and Portuguese.

    • September 28, 2017
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Strategic Ascent, 14701 Saint Mary's Lane, Suite 125 (Ashford 5) Houston, Texas 77079
    • 0

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    LOCATION Change

    Strategic Ascent
    14701 Saint Mary's Lane, Suite 125 (Ashford 5) Houston, Texas 77079

    Bring your lunch!  Park in the parking garage, although not in the reserved spaces.

    Topic:  The term competency is understood and manifested multiple ways. Competency programs can become complex. 

    This complexity leads to frustration during program implementation. Organizational leaders rebel at the amount of time taken to perform assessments, supervisors get frustrated determining who can really perform the work and wonder about the program’s value, and employees struggle to reach vague definitions of achievement. 

    Kent Nuttall presents a strategy to create competence and qualification structures that are simple while still differentiating personnel achievements. Competence programs, built on work output provide greater clarity of employee expectations and provide increased guidance for the creation of employee development strategies.

    ATD Competency Model - Area of Expertise This Session Supports: Performance Improvement, Coaching, Change Management

    Speaker:   Kent Nuttall is Principal Consultant for the Torch Solutions Group. He designs Lean Talent Development strategies with a focus on the "Missing Lean". During 30+ years in the talent development profession, he has incorporated strong front-end analysis techniques in Fortune 500 companies and medium-sized organizations at the point of growth, connecting talent development solutions to business results. He has developed curriculum and led teams in a wide range of industries, including telephony, nuclear energy, and oil and gas, and has successfully worked with leaders in all facets of organizations. His development activities span leadership and team building to technical skills. 

    He earned his Master’s Degree in Instructional Systems Technology from Indiana University. He is a past president of ATD Houston. He earned his Certified Professional in Learning and Performance through ATD in 2006 and has supported the certification program through local mentoring and promotion. He serves in a leadership role with the Boy Scouts of America in Houston. In his spare time Kent has shared his facilitation and development skills with youth organizations.

    • November 29, 2017
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • New Horizons CLC Houston, 5120 Woodway Dr., Suite 200, Houston, TX 77056
    • 33

    In this session, we will discuss how people in your organization can use LinkedIn for maximum results. Optimizing your profile so that the right people can find you is essential. We will also discuss how to find the right people to connect with. It is also important to understand how to communicate effectively on the platform. Groups and company pages all require the right type of engagement with your audience. This presentation will cover new ideas many companies are using to get the most out of LinkedIn. By the end of this session attendees will know how to track results and create useful reports.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Learn how to optimize LinkedIn profile to be found
    • Learn to communicate with others on LinkedIn
    • Learn to track results of your online efforts
    Speaker:   Chris N. West is an international speaker, online marketing expert, and President of LR Training Inc. 

    Formerly, he served in a position at Google where he worked the area of marketing key products. His career has taken him to 44 states along with cities outside of the US. Chris helps marketing teams save time and focus on what matters by using the latest tools online. 

    He is a professional member of the National Speakers Association. Chris has worked with team members at Lionsgate, Yamaha, and other companies. He is an engaging internet marketing speaker who always shares a wealth of actionable ideas that managers can use right away to make a positive difference in their marketing and business team’s success.He holds certifications in Google Analytics and eMarketing.


    Address ( print map with directions)

    New Horizons CLC Houston (Located in the same complex at the Decorative Center Houston)
    5120 Woodway Dr., Suite 200
    Houston, TX 77056

    Best parking is in the surface lot behind the ExxonMobil station.   Facility is on the second floor of the courtyard next to the parking lot.

    We are located at the intersection of Sage and Woodway Dr. in the Galleria area, headed away from 610 on Woodway Dr.  At the light make a right onto Sage Rd, and then another immediate right into the Decorative Center Houston (DCH) surface parking lot. We are located on the second floor of the court yard area on the right hand side, in the suite closest to the building.  The stairs are located on both sides of the first floor shops, hidden in the architecture.

    Parking
    Visitors can park in any spots without a ‘RESERVED’ sign on them. They have open spots on every floor of the garage and outside the lobby of the building (there is also a valet service here)

    Food (menu attached)
    The onsite café has good food but a small kitchen so please plan to place your order with the café at least 30 mins prior to the start of the session.


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July 27, 2017 CTN Energy Corridor: Rethinking Performance Management- A Third Way?
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July 20, 2017 CTN Woodlands: Basic Steps in Developing a Competency Development Program
July 18, 2017 CTN Downtown: Fast Forwarding Future Leaders
July 18, 2017 CTN Southeast:Building Relationships, Improving Communication
June 21, 2017 CTN Galleria: Be, Build & Benefit from Leadership Development
June 20, 2017 CTN Downtown: Create a Culture for Growth and Flourishment!
June 20, 2017 CTN Southeast:Rethinking the Training and Development Processes: A Value Chain Approach
June 15, 2017 CTN Energy Corridor: Be, Build & Benefit from Leadership Development
June 15, 2017 CTN Woodlands: ENTERPRISE COACHING: HOW TO BUILD A COACHING CULTURE
May 18, 2017 CTN Woodlands: Four Phases of Dream Building
May 18, 2017 CTN Energy Corridor: Enterprise Coaching: How to Build a Coaching Culture
May 17, 2017 CTN Galleria: Gamification for Talent Development
May 16, 2017 CTN Downtown: Building High Performance Teams To Maximize Innovation
May 16, 2017 CTN Southeast: Training Program Design & Implementation: Creating Sustainable Advantage
April 20, 2017 CTN Energy Corridor: The Glass is Half Full
April 20, 2017 CTN Woodlands: Bridging the Generational Gap
April 19, 2017 CTN Galleria: Five Fundamentals of Leadership
April 18, 2017 CTN Downtown: The Millennials are Coming!
April 18, 2017 CTN Southeast: The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team
March 21, 2017 CTN Southeast: How to Create a Competence Driven Integrated Talent Management Program
March 16, 2017 CTN Energy Corridor: Not Your Average Lunch & Learn: Discovering the Talent in the Room
March 16, 2017 CTN Woodlands: Addressing Increasing Revenues
March 15, 2017 CTN Galleria: Change Your Career Today
February 21, 2017 CTN Downtown: Busting Assumptions to Achieve Results
February 21, 2017 CTN Southeast: Unleashing the Power of Your Organization at the Conversational Level
February 16, 2017 CTN Woodlands: First Steps ; How to move away from a Performance Management Review process towards a Continuous Feedback
February 16, 2017 CTN Energy Corridor: Enterprise Coaching: How to Build a Coaching Culture
February 15, 2017 CTN Galleria: Navigating Change
January 26, 2017 CTN Woodlands: Organizational Effectiveness through Training & Competency
January 26, 2017 CTN Energy Corridor: Online Planning and Strategy Session for 2017
January 18, 2017 CTN Galleria: Navigating Change
January 17, 2017 CTN Downtown: Set and Achieve Your Goals in 2017!
January 17, 2017 CTN Southeast: Create a Culture for Growth and Flourishment
December 21, 2016 CTN Galleria:Strategic Futuring: Developing Leaders through Futuring and Solutioning
December 20, 2016 CTN Downtown: Our President's Reflection on 2016
December 15, 2016 CTN Energy Corridor: Goal Setting and Achievement
December 13, 2016 CTN Southeast: Connecting with a Multi-Generational and Multi-Cultural Workforce
December 08, 2016 CTN Woodlands:Re-discovering Your "Why": What drives you to achieve as a leader
November 17, 2016 CTN Energy Corridor: Maximize Your Personal Leadership Power and Team Strengths with StrengthsFinder 2.0
November 17, 2016 CTN Woodlands: Bringing the Best of Who You Are to Everything You Do
November 16, 2016 CTN Galleria: Ask and You Shall Achieve
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May 17, 2016 CTN Downtown: Thinking like a Graphic Designer
May 17, 2016 CTN Southeast: The Velocity of Trust
April 21, 2016 CTN Woodlands: Working and Collaborating Virtually in today’s world!
April 21, 2016 CTN Energy Corridor: Communicating the Unique Value of Learning & Development
April 20, 2016 CTN Galleria: Fast Forwarding Future Leaders
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