• En
  • Expand Your Impact: An Experiment with OD Peers – Support, Strategy & Influence | ODN Chicago

    Expand Your Impact: An Experiment with OD Peers – Support, Strategy & Influence

    As we each support others who are facing today’s accelerating change, here is a chance to coach each other in making a greater difference. It begins in this peer coaching evening; you may continue to sharpen your impact in three online peer coaching sessions over the next three months.

    The evening starts with two of the latest models of impact and effectiveness, the Strategic Action System and OASIS Conversations. In small groups, we will each review a project we face, large or small, exploring potentially larger outcomes we may achieve and next steps we can take.

    This ODNC experiment in action learning will continue in a small virtual group: two online Zoom interactions and a one-to-one peer coaching phone call will be scheduled over the next two months for those who let us know they are interested.

    Ann Van Eron, Ph.D., MCC, is founder and principal of Potentials, a global coaching and organization development firm with experience coaching leaders and teams all over the world for over twenty-five years. She is the author of OASIS Conversations: Leading with an Open Mindset to Maximize Potential. She is a certified Master Coach and has a doctorate in Organization Psychology from Columbia University. Avaneron@Potentials.com and www.OASISConversations.com

    Bruce Mabee, M.S., CPLP, is Managing Partner with Milestone Partners, LLC. He consults Fortune 100, government, and non-profits in strategic planning, change and innovation. In 35 years of consulting, Bruce has served 130 organizations in the US, Europe and Asia. He has taught in eight graduate schools and trained over 1000 corporate managers and professionals in strategic consulting. He holds an M.S. in OD, and a B.F.A. in Industrial Design. Bruce’s upcoming book on business innovation offers simple tools for larger impact. bmabee@aol.com

    Post Event Resources