Panel Discussion on Change Leadership:
Exploring Different Perspectives
Join us for a joint panel discussion event hosted by the Houston Organization Development Network (HODN), the Association of Change Management Professionals – Texas (ACMP Texas) and the Association of Talent Development – Houston (ATD Houston) chapters. This will be a great opportunity to learn and network across our sister professional groups in Houston and will include dinner!
- Explore different facets of and approaches to Change Leadership
- Understand differences between effective and ineffective Change Leadership
- Be able to articulate the characteristics of an effective Change Leader
ATD Houston Panelist
Joni is the sole proprietor of Joni D. Goodman, LLC. Her career spans more than 18 years in the learning and development space where she has delivered Miller Heiman’s Conceptual and Strategic Selling programs, DISC/PIAV behavioral styles instruction and Situational Leadership curriculum. She is also a Daring Way Facilitator and Consultant, working with the world-renowned researcher, Dr. Brené Brown, and certified woman-owned business. Joni is a Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP) with experience in the areas of management development, sales training, mentoring, executive coaching and presentation skills, to name a few. She is also a published author in the "The Book of Road Tested Training Activities”, "ATD’s Training Toolkit" application, and "101 Ways to Make Training Active". Joni very much enjoys being active in the National Speaker’s Association, National Association for Professional Women and the Association for Talent Development, both nationally and locally here in Houston.
Alice Bradley, Certified Training Professional (CTP), is the owner of ABradley Consulting & Design and creator of Training
Impact Map® Skillset Alignment Program. Formally educated in Psychology and Education, she is a Performance Consultant, an ATD CPLP candidate, and a certified VitalSmarts facilitator of the Influencer Training – the new science of leading change. Alice’s 30-year career in Organization Development and Talent Development has spanned a wide variety of industries, organizations, business functions and special audiences. Alice has witnessed firsthand the trials and tribulations of change initiatives – many of them failures. By contrast, she has recently completed a pilot for a successful change initiative at the Houston Food Bank.
ACMP Texas Panelist
Mr. Hackl is currently a Change Leadership Consultant with Chevron's Project Resources Company’s (A Division of Chevron) Center of Excellence. John is regarded as an industry recognized, senior-level project executive with extensive experience in leading and implementing global change management, organizational design, communications, stakeholder alignment and associated strategies both externally (Big 4) and internally in a number of sectors, including supply chain, manufacturing, utilities, energy, aerospace and defense, healthcare, construction, and telecommunications. Mr. Hackl’s career also includes seven years with Price Waterhouse Coopers, where he served as Midwest Director for PwC's People and Change Practice. Mr. Hackl earned his B.S. Degree in Business Administration from The American University, and his MBA from Georgetown University. He is an ICF Certified Executive Coach, and is GE CAP (Change Acceleration Process) and CPT (Certified Performance Technology) certified. He is also a member of the Association of Change Management Professionals.