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Getting Better Answers Through Asking Better Questions

  • 13 Jul 2017
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • CPCC Main, 1201 Elizabeth Ave, Charlotte, NC 28235 Levine IT Building #4124, Free Parking Deck 1+2
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Jami Goldberg, Director, Organizational Development, Cone Health 
Amy Martinez, Executive Director, Organizational Effectiveness, Cone Health

Whether you’re an instructional designer, management consultant, HR practitioner, or performance improvement professional, effective questions are a critical component of establishing trust with your client, and they’re an important means for gathering the information you need to proceed with a successful intervention.

In this session, presenters will advocate for an interdisciplinary approach to questioning by exploring promising practices from the fields of law, medicine and education. There are clear and distinct approaches in each field that can help you re-examine your approach to questioning, with a focus on to effectively partner with your customers, clients, or stakeholders.

Benefits of attending include improved awareness of a consultative approach that will help you connect with clients, diagnose issues, and solve performance problems at the root level.  Influences include Costa’s levels of questioning, motivational interviewing techniques, the interrogation approach, critical thinking, and the Socratic Method.

This session will have a strong focus on cross pollination. You’ll have a chance to practice the three questioning styles in conjunction with performance improvement case study scenarios, and you’ll leave with a better understanding of a multifaceted approach to performance consulting.

Jami Goldberg has been in the organizational effectiveness profession for over seventeen years. He is currently the Director of Performance Consulting for Cone Health (1B annual revenue) in Greensboro, NC. His work focuses on leading a number of strategic OE initiatives for the organization of 13,000+ employees. His primary areas of interest are performance improvement, organizational change and executive coaching. In addition, he has served as a member of the evening faculty at University of North Carolina - Greensboro in the Communications Department since 1999 and is also a currently a faculty member for the Brian Lamb School of Communication at Purdue University for the online Strategic Communication Masters program. Prior to joining Cone Health, Jami served in a variety of organizational effectiveness roles at Qorvo Technology, Piedmont Associated Industries and the Greensboro Area Chamber of Commerce. In addition, Jami is a four time presenter at the International Performance Improvement (ISPI) Conference. Jami received a Bachelor’s of Arts in Communications at the University of Tampa and a Master’s of Arts in Communications with a focus on Organizational Development from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He is a certified management coach (CMC).

Martinez is currently the Executive Director of Organizational Effectiveness for Cone Health in Greensboro, N.C. In her role, she leads a team that oversees
physician leadership as well as leadership development, performance consulting, and coaching for both Cone administrative and physician leaders. Additionally, she provides executive coaching and strategic partnership to
Cone Health's physician leaders and senior leaders.
5.30 - 6:30: Registration, Networking, and Food

6:30 - 8:00: Presentation

The meeting is at CPCC Main Campus in the Levine IT Building Room #4124. Free parking is available on Parking Deck 1+2.

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