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Baltimore Washington SIG: May 2011

  • 18 May 2011
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Booz Allen Hamilton, Airport Square II, 900 Elkridge Rd. Linthicum MD


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Baltimore-Washington SIG        

Topic: Use of Self Model

In this program, Dr. Minahan will describe the 8 dimensions of the Use of Self Model and how its application can help explain some of the emotional transactions that occur in the complicated social construction called "consulting".  Application of this model can help practitioners gain insight into where they are on these dimensions and where they might want to be in order to achieve different or better results.

Speaker: Matt Minahan (matthew@minhangroup.com)  

Matt Minahan has more than 25 years experience in strategic planning, organization design and development, and leadership development.  His consulting practice focuses on organizations and leaders who are planning enterprise-wide change programs, including business strategy, values, mission, business process simplification, planning systems, new structures, communications, management practices, business process
re-engineering, and monitoring and evaluation systems

He works in the private, public, and not-for-profit sectors, with
senior executive teams who want to develop new business strategies,
redesign their organizations to meet new business challenges, improve goal setting, communication and involvement strategies, management practices, personal style, use of time, priority setting, decision making, and the effective delivery and receipt of feedback

He earned his doctorate from The George Washington University's Executive Leadership Program in Organization Development, following an MS in Organization Behavior from the University of Hartford, and a BA in Communications from the University of Maryland.

He is on the adjunct faculties of the R. H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, and the Carey Business School at Johns Hopkins University, where he teaches graduate students in organization development and strategic human resources.  He is an active volunteer, member, and former board member of NTL Institute, a current member of the Board of Trustees of the Organization Development Network, and a former board member of the Chesapeake Bay OD Network.  He is a regular presenter at the OD Network's and CBODN's Annual Conferences, and he is also the organizer of the 10 ODNet email discussion lists, with more than 3,000 subscribers.

SIG Description: The Baltimore-Washington SIG aims to bring together OD professionals from the Baltimore-Washington region who are interested in sharing best practices for developing high performing teams. Monthly programs will include opportunities to experience team-building activities, and to discuss and share current interpersonal and group process topics and experiences.

Vision/Mission: TBD

Who would benefit from attending: Organization Development professionals

Booz Allen Hamilton
Airport Square II
900 Elkridge Landing Rd.
Linthicum MD 21090- (close to BWI airport)

RSVP by:  Pat Foye (foye_patricia@bah.com   | 301-821-8522)

Meeting Frequency & Format: Second Wednesday of each month from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

6:00-6:30pm Networking
6:30-8:00pm Program

SIG Leader Bio:

Pat Foye has a Master’s degree in Applied Behavioral Science from Johns Hopkins University and Skilled Facilitator Master Certificate from JHU. For two decades, Pat has been active in the learning and development industry, designing and delivering unique learning programs that incorporate experiential learning elements. Pat has facilitated training on MBTI, leadership, team effectiveness, facilitation, communication and feedback. As an internal consultant, Pat built an innovative OD consulting practice that provided adoption risk assessments for technology implementations. While at Booz Allen, Pat has helped to grow their internal team effectiveness resources and services. Pat is passionate about helping organizations succeed by improving people and team processes.

Who We Are

Chesapeake Bay Organization Development Network (CBODN) - is the premier DC Metro area network and community of practice of Organization Development (OD) practitioners. Founded in Chesapeake Bay, MD, our name still pays homage to our founders, and we are grateful for their brilliant minds and vital contributions to the field of OD.

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