October: Technology for OD Thought Leadership (10/08/15)

Please join us on Thursday October 8 at American Airlines Headquarters *
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Content, Curation, and Connection:
Using Technology for OD Thought Leadership

With the surge in content marketing, it’s a daunting task to stay current and relevant in any field, particularly one as dynamic as Organizational Development. The blessing and the curse of the Internet has been the ready availability of large volumes of information which are constantly expanding and being updated.

This presentation will address how you can stay informed and relevant as an OD professional using a variety of applications available on smart phones, tablets, and computers.  The session will include demonstrations of several apps and a clear explanation of which ones work best for your needs, learning style, and schedule.

Please join us at our October meeting to find out more from this thought leader!

Speaker:  Daryl Thomas, Corporate Leader, Learning Technologist, Writer & Blogger                    Twitter @deejaatee         (See full Bio below.)

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Schedule for Thursday Evening:
–  6:30  Intros / Networking / Food
–  7:15  Announcements / Program
–  8:45  Closing and evaluation

Meeting Location:  American Airlines Headquarters *
   4333 Amon Carter Boulevard, Center Port 5 (6 Story Building)
   Fort Worth, TX 76155

>> Click for Satellite Map of the building and parking (with lat/long)
Note: Take Hwy 183 to Amon Carter exit; Go south to Sovereign Rd (SW corner).

Parking  is plentiful, free, and very close to the door (see map).  ADA accessible.

Cost:   No charge for members ($60/year).  $10 for guests.

Speaker Bio:   Daryl Thomas is a long-time training and development professional who uses technology to enhance personal productivity and professional leadership. The intersection of People, Process, and Technology is a space that has intrigued Daryl for many years. Through his work for companies large (FedEx, Citicorp, Well Fargo) and small (Aloha Technologies, Elagent, Thomas Associates), he has been designing strategies and building teams that look for the right relationship between these three key areas.

Throughout his career, Daryl has worked in and with sales, customer service, technical support and IT.  For the last 20 years, he has primarily worked within Human Resources (Talent Management, Learning and Development). Currently his team is responsible for the design, development, administration, and evaluation of learning for leaders and sales professionals.  Daryl spends his spare time reading, researching, and writing — usually in the areas of leadership, productivity, and technology.

 We look forward to seeing you there!

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