Monday, February 13, 2017
A Digital Mind:
An Open Dialogue on Personal and Organizational Transformation in a Digital Era
with Guest Speaker Michael Leckie
Chief Learning Officer for Digital Industrial Transformation at GE
5:45 PM - 8:00 PM
Norwalk Inn, Norwalk, CT
What is the impact of the digital era on leadership development and culture and how you can leverage this in your organization?
GE is undertaking the biggest transformation effort in its 130-year history as it strives to become recognized as a global digital industrial leader. Michael Leckie, Chief Learning Officer for Digital Industrial Transformation at GE, will share with you the approaches GE is taking to support and accelerate this transformation including communications, leadership development, culture, strategy, and operating model considerations. The session will be an open dialogue about what is working, what GE has learned, and what is still to be done.
You will gain insights for your organization about change management and ideas for how to prepare your own leaders in the digital age.
About the speaker:
Michael is responsible for supporting this cultural transformation. He works closely with GE’s Digital and Executive Leadership teams to help drive rapid personal and business transformation. Further, he leads the effort across GE to continually increase understanding of what it means to be a digital industrial leader.
Michael joined GE in 2016 from Gartner where he most recently held the position of Managing Vice President, Business Executive Programs. Michael was responsible for managing teams that provided coaching and research-based advisory services to Gartner’s C-suite clients. Michael also had global responsibility for learning and talent development for the Executive Program’s associates.
Prior to this role Michael was the global head of human resources for several Gartner business units, including Gartner Consulting and The Research Board.
Michael has written and spoken widely on change, culture, coaching, communication and digital transformation. Michael earned his Masters of Science in Organization Development from Pepperdine University in Malibu, CA.
Date: Monday, February 13, 2017
Time: 5:45 PM Networking/Registration
6:15 PM Dinner and Program
Early Bird Registrations through Friday, 2/10, midnight: $37 Chapter Members; $50 Guests; $25 Members In-Transition; $20 Students
Regular Registrations and Walk-ins: Member $45; Members In-Transition $35; Non-member $60
Reservation Deadline: Friday, February 10th, 2017
No refunds can be granted within 48 hours of event.
Meeting Location: Norwalk Inn and Conference Center, 99 East Avenue, Norwalk, CT
The Norwalk Inn will provide special diet accommodations with an advance request. Contact the chapter administrator.
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