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Sustaining Development: How to Make It Stick!

Wednesday, November 20, 2013 12:00pm - 1:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: JIm Kauffman, Product Manager, Executive Solutions Group, DDI and ---anonymized--- ---anonymized---, ---anonymized---, ---anonymized---

Have you ever been excited to launch a development program, only to see it fade away? Have you ever witnessed a leader go through a training program, resulting in no indication of newly developed skills? A "yes" to either question means you need to re-evaluate your sustainability measures.

Sustainability can be looked at in two ways: the learner level and the program level. Join us to learn how you can maximize your efforts by implementing a strategic approach to sustainability at both levels.


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JIm Kauffman
JIm Kauffman

Product Manager, Executive Solutions Group, DDI

Dr. Kauffman is a product manager in DDI’s Executive Solutions group, and works with organizations in the assessment, selection, development, and coaching of leaders ranging from director level to CEO. He is an expert in organizational talent strategy, executive assessment, and executive development, and has worked across industries on these programs.  

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Annamarie is a senior consultant in DDI’s Leadership Solutions Group.  Her DDI experience is rooted in understanding organizations’ business needs and developing talent management strategies to support the business. She has a passion for assisting clients in creating holistic approaches to training and development and in working toward practical applications for positive business results.


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