ACMP, in cooperation with PDXWIT, is hosting a joint learning event covering change management in technology and empowerment in the workplace for those who work in either the change management or technology fields.
This event is open to all people and all genders are highly encouraged to attend as these topics affect all of us in change management! Our 90-minute learning event will cover the following topics:
- Bringing business and tech together to create cross-functional ownership
- Supporting the culture change elements of technology transition
- Demonstrating the ROI of taking a human-centric approach
- Navigating a business environment in which gender imbalances and stereotypes can impact empowerment and teamwork
Our format will include a panel discussion, Q&A, and small group breakout discussions. Our wonderful panelists are as follows!
Joni Roylance has 12 years of experience of realizing strategies and empowering teams, while also building ways of working that help prepare organizations for the future of work. Joni is most passionate about human behavior, human connection in a tech-focused world, and social change.
Shaunna Levy is a Gallup-certified CliftonStrengths (StrengthsFinder) coach. She helps clients energize their careers or their teams by showing them how they work best.
Kelly Schneyer is an independent Change Management consultant with an emphasis on strategic employee engagement. Kelly specializes in cultivating confidence during ambiguous change initiatives through human connection, visual communication, and engaging training delivery.
Mary Le is an organizational change manager at Nike with experience leading broad, multi-faceted change initiatives within very large, complex organizations. She has direct experience designing and managing KPIs, aligning employees from tech and business teams under an Agile methodology, facilitating cross-functional workshops and retrospectives, and translating transformational strategies into executable change tactics.
Day and Time: Friday, April 12, 9:00 am – 10:30 am
Microsoft Portland Office (Pearl District),
1414 N.W. Northrup Street, Suite 900,
Cost to Attend: $15 for non-ACMP member, $10 for ACMP members, $5 for students.
Register now—spots are limited!