Fireside Chat on OD in OD:
Use of Self in an Emerging Design of an Impactful Summit
Join three leaders from the committee producing the Organization
Development Network’s international Summit on
“Social Impact: Addressing the Challenges of Now.”
In this chat the three panelists will begin by sharing the methodological frameworks for the tracks they are supporting. We will challenge each other to apply those frameworks to the work process the team went through to create the Summit. Participants are invited to join the meta-analysis, add to the conversation, and learn from their experiences.
You will leave with solid examples of Appreciative Inquiry, the Conference Model and Adaptive Action and application examples on Earthshot OD, Sustainability and Human Flourishing. The Use of Self in OD is a lens through which we will work on sharing experiences.
Joretha Grant Johnson
CEO/President: Advanced Transformational Technologies, Business Management Consultants Retired Associate Director/Plant Manager, Procter & Gamble
Joretha Johnson is CEO & President of Advanced Transformational Technologies Management Consultants. ATT Management Consultants focuses on strengths-based solutions that yield positive, sustainable results and healthy organizations. We specialize in Leadership Development & Training,
Strategy Development & Implementation, Operational Excellence & Continuous Improvement Methodologies, and Positive Organizational Development Technologies.
Joretha gained global executive leadership experience through 25+ years with Procter & Gamble (P&G). As a Plant Manager, Joretha’s reputation for leading through complexity and developing high performing teams, led to a variety of Manufacturing Brand Management and Supply Chain Leadership roles across diverse brands, business units, supply chains, product platforms, manufacturing technologies, and global regions.
She earned her B.S. degree in Polymer Engineering and Science, and M.S. in Positive Organizational Development & Sustainable Change (MPOD) at CWRU’S Weatherhead School of Management.
Shane Harrison is social entrepreneur who delights helping organizations improve their effectiveness to have a greater impact. Shane worked in Southeast Asia (Cambodia and Vietnam) for over 13 years in both internal and external HR/OD consulting roles, and in general management, and is fluent in both languages. After a recent 8-year stint in higher education working on organizational effectiveness initiatives at Brigham Young University (BYU) in Provo, Utah, Shane is now splitting his time between a number of entrepreneurial ventures, organizing ultramarathons, and volunteering as the Executive Director of The Cambodia Job Foundation.
Shane holds master degrees in Organizational Behavior (MOB) and International Development (MA), and a bachelor in Asia Studies (BA) all from BYU.
Deborah is a Chicagoland native and member of the ODNC Board. She is serving as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Organizational Leadership and Learning at the University of Louisville and providing Executive Coaching and Process improvement consulting.