The Assumptions - Peg Kragie
Friday, October 9, 2009
7:00 - 9:00 AM
You are cordially invited to attend this month's Chapter Meeting. Peg Kragie will present several assumptions we all have about change and lead us through a dialogue on how change affects us and our clients.
This is the second in a five-part series on Managing Change that will be sure to stimulate your understanding and application of the change process both in your own consulting organization and your clients.
About Peg Kragie
Peg has 30 years of business experience focused on career transition coaching, instructional design, facilitation, corporate change initiatives and professional sales. She founded and managed a global consulting group sourcing partners across five continents; Australia, South Africa, Canada, China and Europe. Her expertise comes from working with all levels of employees within corporate, government and non-profit organizations. She has gained immeasurable insight working within cultures around the globe. Peg is known for her high energy and nurturing approach with people. She expresses her passion as "helping humans learn... and grow".
Peg's client base includes several Fortune 100 & 500 organizations and academic institutions. Her U.S. and Canadian clients include Motorola, IBM, Royal Bank of Canada, British Columbia Credit Union, The Canadian Embassy, Maple Leaf Foods, National Park Service, The FDIC, Women's Military Memorial, Disney University, ADP, Esteé Lauder International, Abbott Laboratories, Bear Necessities Pediatric Cancer Foundation, Four Midwest Hospitals, BC/BS Insurance, Johns Hopkins University Graduate School, Drake University, Indiana University School of Continuing Studies, Elmhurst College, Amoco Oil, Dow Chemical, Tetra Pak, Allstate Insurance, Nabisco, Mars and Fresh Express Farms.
Ms. Kragie has several certifications including the MBTI, is a member of the American Society of Training & Development, and has been the keynote speaker twice at the International Training Conference in Brussels, Belgium.
Meeting Time & Cost
7:00 - 9:00 AM
$35.00 for members and guests
Please register no later than Tuesday, October 6th.
No late reservations or walk-ins can be accepted due to the building's security policies.
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