ATD Rocky Mountain Chapter
Unlocking Opportunity: How to Develop an Agile Mindset
Dr. Casey Mulqueen
Date: Thursday, November 16, 2017
Time: 11:30-1:00 PM
Location: Hacienda Colorado at I25/Colorado Blvd.
Food: Light lunch buffet
- Members - $20 (please log in to register)
- Non-Members - $30
- Partner Chapters/Associations* - $20
- Board* - $10
- Executive Advisory Council members* - $0
- Sponsors* - $0
- Volunteers* - $10
Prework:Come prepared with one or two issues that are challenging to your organization.
People are creatures of habit. At least 90% of our thoughts are the same—day after day. Our brains aren’t naturally wired to create and embrace change, but fortunately, we can retrain our brains to be more agile. In this engaging and interactive presentation, Dr. Casey Mulqueen will share how mindset affects behavior and ultimately, our performance. He will also help us consider how agility can make a substantial difference in our workplaces.
Key Topics Include:
- Exploring the cognitive biases that hold you back from developing your own, personal agility
- Determining specific strategies to help you overcome your biases, and ultimately help build organizational agility in the workplace
This informative, dynamic workshop will help you address the barriers and biases that limit your ability to think and act with agility and innovation, teaching you how to achieve positive change. TRACOM’s methodology is based on the latest in neuroscience and cognitive psychology, and this interactive session is ideal for those looking to bring creativity and new ways of operating into their workplace.
About the Facilitator:
Recognized for his research on the latest science and practices in organizational psychology, Dr. Casey Mulqueen’s understanding of the behavioral aspects of resiliency and agility has led to significant training experiences at major brands like Accenture, EY and PepsiCo. In his current role as Director of Learning and Development and Senior Consulting Psychologist for The TRACOM Group, Dr. Mulqueen leads the design of training models, assessments and programs. A sought-after speaker and author, his work has been featured in Forbes, Inc., Chief Learning Officer, Talent Management and Fast Company.