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You are cordially invited to attend
at the Daniel L. Goodwin Hall of Business and virtually via Zoom
Renowned Benedictine scholars, authors and practitioners in the field of
Organization Development will offer professional insight on subjects under the topic:
"Organization Development in a Post COVID-19 World”
Please note: Space is limited. We expect spots to fill quickly so please RSVP as
soon as possible. Direct all questions to Jennifer Jaschke at 630-829-6309.
Remarks given by
Dr. Rachael Narel
Professor, Master of Science in Organizational Behavior Program
Topic: AGILE an dhow it assists change efforts during this time
Dr. Bryan McCusker
Owner/President of HFI Manufacturing, Inc.
Topic: How O.D. has helped me handle elements of employee stress during the COVID pandemic.
Dr. Nazneen Razi
Owner/President of NRHR Talend Consulting
Topic: How O.D. is being used within the field of HR during this time, via my experience owning a consulting firm.
Dr. Dalitso Sulamoyo
Chief Executive Officer at Champaign County Regional Planning Commission
Topic: African indigenous wisdom as a catalyst for large system change amidst the COVID pandemic.
Cocktails and light appetizers will be served
#Coffee open for coffee and food purchases at 8:30 a.m.
Dr. David Cooperrider
Distinguished University Professor, Department of Organizational Behavior,
Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University
Benedictine University Ph.D. alumni will lead in-person breakout sessions to discuss Dr. Cooperrider's presentation.