MOD/MPOD Workshop Weekend

"Mining our Collective Strengths"

Alumni from 35 years of Organizational Development Masters programs at Case Western Reserve University will gather for learning, networking and reunion. The weekend kicks off with a party Friday evening, October 3, at the Mad Greek near campus and concludes with a brunch on Sunday, October 5, to launch the newest cohort of the first residency of their program. Saturday, October 4, will be a day of professional development that kicks off with two faculty presentations of leading edge thinking in Organizational Development. Dr. Eric Neilsen will present "Beyond Attachment Theory Toward a Neurobiology of OD: Lessons from the MOD and MPOD Programs" and Dr. Richard Boyatzis will explore "Leading Changes from a Complexity Perspective." The afternoon will include a series of facilitated and self-organizing discussions and inquiries into best practices, tools, methods and approaches in the field. There will also be discussion about strengthening the alumni network from OD programs. Please contact Mark Berns at mberns@mindspring.com or Sarah Spengler at sspengler@uws.org for more information.

Online registration and prepayment for the "Mining our Collective Strengths" workshop weekend is at https://www.etouches.com/mod-mpod2008.

Fee: Yes

Contact Information:
Mark Berns
mberns@mindspring.com

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Friday, Oct. 3, 2008 at 6 p.m. to Sunday, Oct. 5, 2008 at 1 p.m.

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