OD Book Discussion CoP
The OD Book Review CoP is built around the idea of an executive book summary. Each month a presenter introduces and helps us understand the key ideas from a recently-published book whose topic is relevant to Organization Development practitioners. It is not necessary to have read the book to participate; attendees are encouraged to join in the discussion based on personal experience. There will also be time to network with other OD professionals as well as stay current on the latest trends, concepts and models.
Second Wednesday of each month from 8:00-9:30am
Leader: Laura Mendelow
Laura is the owner of Mendelow Consulting Group (MCG), a Leadership and Team Development company that believes “when you ‘get’ people, you get results.” MCG’s signature “Leadership Lab” cohort-based training program teaches leaders the psychology behind engagement and offers tools and strategies to help leaders effectively connect with their teams and achieve lasting results. Leaders at Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, and non-profits have all benefited from her deep subject matter expertise and innovative approach to leadership. Mrs. Mendelow has a bachelor’s degree in psychology, a master’s in Organization Development, is a certified Leadership Coach and has been in the field of L&D since 1994.
Book Discussion CoP — Leadership Position Opening Up
If you’re looking for a leadership role within CBODN, consider leading the Book Discussion CoP! We meet on the second Wednesday of each month to discuss a new OD-related book. Participants don’t need to have read the book — they just need a healthy interest in staying on top of emerging OD topics and participating in active discussion with other OD professionals. The leader is responsible for scheduling book discussion topics and handling all marketing. We have a solid group of regulars as well as new faces at each meeting. If you’re interested, please contact Laura Mendelow.