Have you been told that you need to be more strategic, or that you fail to see the big picture? If you’re like most people who’ve received this feedback, you’ve wondered how to develop such an elusive skillset. Or perhaps you believe you’re a strategic learning leader, but other leaders don’t see it. Strategic leaders know how to set meaningful direction, leverage stakeholders, achieve success, and make a difference in the areas that matter. They also know how to look and act strategic, helping the rest of the business to see that the learning function makes smart decisions and continually improves in the areas that matter.
Through the process of building her own successful career in the learning industry, Stacey Boyle, Ph.D, and her co-author of Be More Strategic in Business: How to Win Through Stronger Leadership and Smarter Decisions have developed a practical, manageable process for equipping learning leaders to focus on what’s most important to the business. Aspiring and current learning leaders will learn how to build their own development plans in order to gain fundamental knowledge, look and act strategic, make smart decisions, and excel in ways that are critical to business success. Participants will learn how to create a strategic plan that will produce wins for the business.
At the end of this session, you will be able to…
Stacey Boyle, Ph.D. Stacey has led global consulting and research departments for over 20 years, during which she has built a reputation for groundbreaking work connecting investments in people to critical business outcomes. Today she runs two consulting firms that help some of the world's best companies and non-profits answer their pressing business questions about investments in people. Stacey is President and Chief People Planner for Smarter People Planning, LLC, and Chief Assayer for Assay|Edu, LLC.
After earning a Ph.D. in Applied Behavioral Research & Evaluation and a NASA fellowship from Oklahoma State University, Stacey parlayed her academic know-how into the real world of business. She was pitching advanced analytics to human resources practitioners before Big Data was cool, and she is proud to say she has transformed herself from a Type-A, tactical academician to a calmer Type-A, strategic business leader. She has advised innumerable strategic leaders from Fortune 500, government, non-profits, and the education space as a long-time consultant. Through designing, executing, and collaborating on a number of strategic business awards programs, she has incredible insights into what the best leaders are doing and how they achieve winning results.
Stacey lives a fitness-focused life in the Chicagoland area and thrives on grooming her own future strategic leader—her daughter.
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