While achievements are important in indicating what has been done in the past, it is beneficial to understand what I can do for your organization now.
Company conditions and priorities will be used to establish specific action plans. The described 90-day approach is adaptable.
Resourceful, agile leader with powerful relationship-building skills and strengths in vision, strategy, and execution. Comfortable with complexity and ambiguity.
- Makes fresh connections to solve difficult challenges–completes projects others thought were “impossible.” Example: Launch of a national multi-track, multi-channel six-month new hire program in two months with waiting lists for attendees after first cycle completion.
- Delivers effective performance results in new situations through high employee engagement and credibility with stakeholders–scores consistently over 4.5 in dimensions of Q12.
- Manages successful learning and organizational development function start-ups and reorganizations with record speed, using proven change management techniques incorporating behavioral economics.
- Increases training operations efficiency by over 50% and increases sales and customer service numbers by at least 10% within first six months.
- Develops employee and leadership training programs in-house, reducing vendor costs while increasing competitive advantage through consistency of messages.
- Focuses on maximization of in-house technologies. Purchase decisions for authorware, assessment tools, or Learning Management Systems guided by business demands, rate-of-return, and scalability.
First 90 Days–Action Plan