In September, we explored significant leadership development trends, one of which was the need for leaders to facilitate actionable learning experiences. Deadra Welcome shared the concept of starting a Learning Revolution by transforming the way people approach learning and introduced us to her grassroots social media campaign and series of Learning events. In this session, we focus on that trend to consider how leaders can become Radical Learning Revolutionaries.
Join our November 9th interactive group conversation to brainstorm new methods that you and your organization can apply to help leaders transfer knowledge to action by applying principles to purpose via experiential opportunities.
Start your journey toward becoming a Radical Learning Revolutionary with our CoP. Bring your workplace challenge (or send to Susan Schwartz at email@example.com in advance). Names will be changed to protect both the innocent and the guilty.
Susan Schwartz motivates cross-organizational project teams to achieve strategic goals and deliver continuous business productivity improvements. She has developed unique methods using business process review, crucial conversational techniques, and knowledge sharing strategies to help organizations achieve targeted solutions with a focus on ease of use and customer satisfaction.
She facilitates public courses and seminars as an adjunct instructor for George Mason University Learning Solutions, Project Management Institute, the Association of Talent Development, Society of Human Resource Management, and American Society of Quality. Curriculum topics include collaborative team building, problem solving, critical thinking, conflict management, organizational effectiveness, project management, and matrix team leadership. Additionally, she delivers on-site team building workshops.
She received an M.S. in organizational development and knowledge management from George Mason University School of Public Policy. She is certified to facilitate the EQ-i Emotional Quotient Inventory.
About the Venue
The UVA Northern Virginia Center, located at 7054 Haycock Road, Falls Church, VA 22043, is easily accessible from I-495, I-66, Route 7, and is adjacent to the West Falls Church Metro (orange line). The small campus is shared with VA Tech. You'll see signs for both. You enter on the 2nd floor. Google Maps link - https://goo.gl/maps/Y6Rgj
When you turn onto the Metro access road off Haycock (sometimes shown as Falls Church Drive on GPS systems), the first left is short-term and restricted parking. Please continue to the next left which will say Metro and University parking. Parking is $4.85 per weekday, cash/credit card. Parking is free on weekends. If the University parking lot is full, please use the Metro parking lot across the street. A SmarTrip Card is needed to exit the Metro lot. To purchase a SmarTrip Card, visit http://www.wmata.com/fares/smartrip/
Travel by Car
From I-495: Take Exit 47B Route 7 East for 2 miles, passing under Route 66. Turn left at the next major traffic light onto Haycock Road. At the next traffic light, turn left onto the access road for the West Falls Church Metro Station. The building is on the left. Follow signs for University parking.
From I-66: Exit onto Route 7 East towards Falls Church. Turn left onto Haycock Road. Turn left onto the access road for the West Falls Church Metro Station (sometimes shown as Falls Church Drive on GPS systems). The building is on the left. Follow signs for University parking.
From Route 7 heading west (from DC, Arlington): Turn right onto Haycock Road just past the Giant shopping center. At the next traffic light, turn left onto the access road for the West Falls Church Metro Station (sometimes shown as Falls Church Drive on GPS systems). The building is on the left. Follow signs for University parking on the left.
Travel by Metrorail
Take the Orange Line to the West Falls Church Station. Walk approximately 300 yards from the Metro lobby, across the parking lot and past the parking deck. For route and fare information, visit www.wmata.com We are a 4-story brick building clearly marked.
Travel by BusMetroBus and the Fairfax Connector make stops at the West Falls Church Metro Station. Route information may be obtained from Metro at 202.637.700 or the Fairfax Connector at 703.339.7200.
Light refreshments will be served.
Special thanks to our Community of Practice sponsors: C² Technologies, Inc. and UVA's School of Continuing and Professional Studies.
C² Technologies, Inc. is a nationally recognized leader in performance improvement, dedicated to improving the effectiveness of productivity-driven organizations. We provide training, strategic human capital management, mission-critical support services, and information technology solutions to meet the specific needs of our civilian, defense, and private-industry clients. C²'s solutions are as diverse as our clients, giving us an opportunity to incorporate best practices from each industry into our services.
The School of Continuing and Professional Studies (SCPS) opens the doors of the University of Virginia to thousands of nontraditional adult learners for continuing education.