Join us for this very ‘active’ session where we will explore the vital aspects organizations and OD professionals must consider in bridging the digital divide. We will discover the essential components of the mindset required to thrive in this time of digital transformation. We will participate in experiences that allow us to examine our own readiness for the new digital world and learn how we can help our organization prepare. We will examine the experiences of large global organizations and small ones to see how this transformation ‘looks’ and ’impacts’ the organization. Technology is disrupting organizational development like never before. Learn how not only to prepare for this change …but how to lead it.
Denise Johnson is a talent development leader with experience partnering with senior leaders, human resources, and learning teams to assess, plan, execute, and monitor high impact, innovative learning solutions and strategies that improve employee performance. She built a global reputation for equipping professionals with the knowledge and skills to be successful and increase performance. Currently at Oxford Global Resources, she is the Director of Learning and Development responsible for all onboarding initiatives of sales and back office staff. Previously, she served as a Learning Architect at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) where she brought innovative approaches to the classroom and learning, including incorporating ‘Escape the Room’ problem solving, digital learning solutions and leveraged the social nature of learning in collaborative platforms. When not working, she enjoys photography, reading and supporting the Audubon Eagle Nest Watch program in Florida.
Carolyn Henning is an experienced talent development professional with experience working in the professional services and healthcare industries. She is focused on digital upskilling and creating learning that is available at the right time in the right amount. Her skill set includes learning strategy creation, learning design, and innovating on learning programs. Currently at PwC, she is a learning strategist responsible for creating and executing the learning strategy for the Advisory Technology Consulting business. She enjoys reading fiction, is an avid sports spectator and has been known to enjoy finding new coffee roasters in her travels.
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