NJOD’s biggest Annual Sharing Day ever proved to be an engaging day
for just under 300 people!
Special Keynote speaker Peter Block was was described as “outstanding”
and Kickoff Speaker Mark Bryan offered new insights in our field
The NJOD’s 15th conference was held Tuesday, May 7, 2013
at the Ramada Plaza, Newark Airport
An exciting new format allowed attendees to enjoy break-out presentations and experience Structured Networking while receiving SHRM HRCI credits for attending.
The purpose of the Annual Sharing Day is to engage our professional community to share practical knowledge, as well as top trends in our profession while cultivating local talent and thought leadership through the NJOD Learning Community.
Volunteers are needed! If you would like to contribute a few hours to the creation of next year’s exciting conference, please send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org. We are looking for organized people who have experience reviewing proposals, developing marketing materials, and are active with social media and blogging. Join the wonderful ASD volunteers to contribute to this outstanding annual event.
The NJOD has been privileged to have outstanding thought-leaders serve as our Keynote speakers. Here are our past ASD Keynote Speakers:
- 2013 Peter Block, Mark Bryan
- 2012 Chip Bell
- 2011 Padma Thiruvengadam
- 2010 Marshall Goldsmith, Kate Sweetman
- 2009 Kenny Moore, David Jamieson
- 2008 Marc Effron, Geoffrey M. Bellman
- 2007 Dottie Brienza, Mark Bryan
- 2006 Beverly Kay
- 2005 Marshall Goldsmith
Attendees of the conference will gain insight into current learning experiences of internal/corporate and external practitioners as well as client/consultant partnerships in Organization Development, Organization Effectiveness, Learning & Development, Talent Management, Selection, Learning Management, and I/O psychology. Topics include best practices, lessons learned, true innovations, and client case studies (client must be present) and presentations by members of academia on advances in the theory of OD and related disciplines to help advance thought leadership in our profession.