Who have you left a blue print for self efficacy, lately? Change takes many forms.
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Date: March 24 @ 7:00 PM
Guest: Victor Reece, Program Coordinator- Generation.
Subject: Our Youth – What opportunities we create for the least of us, reflects on all of us.
Victor Reece holds a Masters in Special Education from Trinity College and American Public University School of Education. He holds a BSW bachelors of social work.
Victor played pro football after short stay in the NFL training camp I ended up in the Canadian Football League than Arena Football for the Albany Firebirds in New York
Victor traded his athletic skills for the classroom where he spent several years teaching special education at Andrew Jackson Middle School. He went on to work in the Administration side of Education and Directed a Alternative high school for emotional disturbed adolescents for 5 years in Washington DC. Victor also advised and participated as a educational consultant setting up several alternative programs throughout the country.
Now Victor is the Program Coordinator of a global initiative spearheaded by McKinsey & Co called Generations for which he is responsible for their Delaware market.
Victor Reece can be reached at (202) 731-4518 & firstname.lastname@example.org. Look to Generations http://www.generationinitiative.org/year-in-review/2015/
Join Ronald and his guest Victor Reece of Generation, McKinsey & Co as they discuss what opportunities we create for our youth reflects on the strength of our communities.
Mary Anne Kennedy is a senior human resources professional within the pharmaceutical and consumer goods industries.
Mary Anne has spent the past 8 years with Bristol Myers Squibb in a variety of Human Resources leadership positions. Most recently, she was the Director of HR for the Global Supply Chain organization supporting the alignment with BMS strategy and driving the Supply Chain organizational goals and objectives including the execution of talent management strategy and planning.
Prior to the Global Supply Chain HR role, Mary Anne was the Director of US Medicines Strategic Staffing where she led the implementation of the strategic staffing process and recruitment of 1800 sales and marketing positions with a team of 22. From US Medicines, she moved to the Director of Strategic Staffing for Technical Operations US. and Puerto Rico leading a team of 14 staffing specialists supporting the talent acquisition of 5 U.S. manufacturing sites and 4 sites in Puerto Rico.
Join Ronald and guest Mary Anne Kennedy on Wednesday July 17 at 7:00 PM to learn the steps to Securing the proper tools in attracting, retaining and developing employees who meet the needs of your business and your clients.
On this first day of the New Year, I’d like to share a counter-intuitive approach to human change that I find tremendously exciting. Here is its central idea: Our deepest wounds frequently spring from our greatest gifts, and by acknowledging those gifts, we can speed and deepen our own healing.