Upcoming Monthly Meeting

“To where are you driving the bus”: Reflections on the Learning Team & Learning Profession

Thursday, December 17, 4:30 - 7:30 PM  University of St. Thomas - Minneapolis, Room 202 in Opus Hall

 “To where are you driving the bus?” is a common interview question posed by Ecolab President and COO Tom Handley. To his surprise, “more than half don’t articulate an answer.”

As 2015 draws to a close, join us to reflect on this powerful question for our organizations, our learning teams, and our learning profession.

Join this interactive session to:

  • Gain insights on growth potential and challenges of the learning profession through applying common strategy development tools
  • Articulate a clear and compelling vision of learning outcomes & resulting impact on your organization
  • Explore learning innovations that will meet emerging needs in your organization’s workforce and marketplace
  • Develop a personal New Year Resolution to improve your leadership impact on your organization

About the speaker:  
Roz Tsai serves as Vice President of Global Institutional Training at Ecolab, a world leader in solutions for safe food, clean water, abundant energy and healthy environments. Prior to joining Ecolab in 2010, Roz had held numerous leadership roles in training, knowledge management and workforce effectiveness for several large corporations such as Honeywell, Lawson Software (now Infor), and Xcel Energy. Roz is an adjunct faculty member at University of St. Thomas, and serves on the board of BestPrep. She has also been a long-time community volunteer for numerous Twin Cities youth and cultural organizations, and the Minneapolis Institute of Art.

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