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The Politics of Performance: How to work with clients and other stakeholders

  • 10 Dec 2009
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • UNC Charlotte

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December Evening Program – Presented by Judith Hale

Session Title: The Politics of Performance: How to work with clients and other stakeholders

Session Description:hale.jpg

Politics is the art of exchanging favors. It is all about who you know and what you owe.  When done well, it is the oil that makes good things happen.  When done badly, it compromises personal and professional ethics, destroys trust, and demeans our profession.  Judy will bring clarity to why politics is important and the value of doing it well.

P.S. Judy hails from Chicago, the home of the best and the worst in politics.

Session Objectives:

Attendees will leave with deeper understanding of:

  1. The attributes of politics done well and done poorly

  2. The importance of building political support

  3. The necessity to engage in politics

About the Speaker:

Judith Hale, Ph.D., CPT is the author of The Performance Consultant’s Fieldbook 2nd ED, Performance-Based Certification, Performance-Based Evaluation, Performance-Based Management, and Outsourcing Training and Development.  She has been a consultant to management in the public and private sectors for over 25 years.  She specializes in needs assessments, certification programs, evaluation protocols, and the implementation of major interventions.  She is a past president of ISPI and ibstpi.  She is the Director of Certification for ISPI.  Judith was awarded a B.A. from Ohio State University, a M.A. from Miami University, and a Ph.D. from Purdue University.

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