Date: Thursday, April 13, 2017
Time: 11:00 - 11:15 am Registration
11:15 - 12:00 pm Lunch & Announcements
12:00 - 1:00 Presentation
Presenters: Kathy Burdick, VP of Talent Services, Honor Credit Union and Darryl Wahlstrom, President, D.A.W. Organization Consulting Solutions
Topic: Organizational Diagnostics: A Case Study
We now embrace the reality that change is constant in organizations. Whether a change in market strategy, new leadership, organizational restructuring, or process redesign there is no shortage of opportunities for HR business partners to be strategic. But exactly how does HR go about this? One answer is the use of innovative organizational diagnostics.
- Are you looking for new HR metrics that are leading – versus lagging – indicators of change?
- Would you like to provide just-in-time coaching tools and resources to equip your managers to lead during times of change?
- Is predicting and validating the impact of changes in your organization something that your senior leadership is requesting?
If these questions are important to you and you’re looking for answers, then this session can help. We will take a theory-lite, application-rich case study approach to show how one credit-union organization is using organizational diagnostics to advance its strategic growth plans.
- Understand how organizational diagnostics serve a proactive, strategic function in the role of human resources in leading organizational change.
- Identify 10 organizational stressors that can negatively impact the workplace experience including productivity, performance and retention.
- Learn how today’s innovative diagnostic tools can accelerate talent development and team alignment to support strategic organizational goals.
Kathy Burdick, SPHR, SHRM-SCP has been in Employee Development and Human Resources for over 20 years. Kathy was recently named Vice President of Organizational Design for Honor Credit Union after serving as Vice President of HR for the last 8 years. Kathy is responsible for development of future leaders, succession planning, talent acquisition, company culture and organizational design. Prior to Honor Credit Union Kathy left her long-term employer, Whirlpool Financial, and started own business “Fulcrum”. Kathy’s business gave her an opportunity to design and develop databases for local companies and teach computer skills. In addition to running the business, Kathy worked part time as an Adjunct Instructor for Lake Michigan College. Kathy’s certifications include SPHR, SHRM-SCP, PHR, Korn Ferry Leadership Architect, Interview Architect and KFALP (Assessment of Leadership potential).
Darryl A. Wahlstrom, Ph.D., is an experienced leader in the field of personal development, change management and organizational performance. Over the last 20 years, he has partnered with a wide variety of organizations to help clients identify and overcome critical roadblocks to improved performance so they can achieve their individual, team and organizational goals. His clients are diverse in their focus, industry, size and mission. They include well-known Fortune 500 companies such as Pfizer, Denso and Zoetis, as well as universities, nonprofits and private companies. Darryl is active in several professional organizations including Michigan Manufacturers Association (MMA), Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and Organization Development Network (ODN). Dr. Wahlstrom earned his Ph.D. in Education at the University of Michigan, with a multi-disciplinary focus on organizational psychology and workforce development.
April's Meeting Sponsor: AVB - "Build Something Better"
April's Reverse Sponsor: Big Brothers Big Sisters - Mission Statement: Provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.
Buffet Menu: Baked cod with pineapple cilantro salsa, grilled lemon chicken, veggie hash, marinated vegetable salad, fruit cup, assorted desserts and beverages
Approved for 1 Business Credit from HRCI, 1 SHRM PDC
Location: The Fetzer Center on the campus of Western Michigan University