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Special Division: South Bay Training Professionals Breakfast: Invited Speaker

  • 03/06/2015
  • 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
  • The Toyota Auto Museum 19600 Van Ness Avenue (between Del Amo and 190th) Torrance, CA 90501

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The 30 / 30 RoundTable

A User-Ready, User-Adaptable Tool to Unshackle and Revitalize Workplaces

In this session you will experience and learn the value of the 30 / 30 RoundTable, an activity designed to allow 30 equal-turn participant viewpoints in just 30 minutes, perhaps in a weekly or monthly session.  Its value is that it increases communication without adding new demands in busy workplaces.

In this demonstration and presentation, we will have two 20-minute RoundTables surrounding a PowerPoint presentation.  The presentation includes both general rationale and exercises allowing participants to adapt the RoundTable for their own work sites.

Our Agenda:

  • 7:45 - An experience of an introductory 30 / 30 RoundTable
  • 8:05 - PowerPoint with rationale and exercises to adapt the RoundTable for your purposes
  • 8:40 - A follow up 30 / 30 RoundTable                          

About Our Presenter 

Sue Gabriele of GEMS-Gabriele Educational Materials & Systems, has a Ph.D. in Human Science: Social and Institutional Change. She has 20 years teaching experience in secondary, adult, college and university levels, and has authored classroom materials and research articles. Her program, the RoundTable for systemic renewal, has been introduced in a variety of commercial, governmental, and academic organizations, including:

  • Fifteen years in two organizations:  International Society for the System Sciences (ISSS.org) and Pennekamp School in Manhattan Beach
  • Two years:  South Bay Special Division (ATD, ISPI)

Sue has just authored a book, New Hope for Schools: Findings of a teacher turned detective, now available at Amazon, etc..  She is now adapting the material for workplaces.


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ATD-Los Angeles Chapter
9852 W. Katella Ave. #187
Anaheim, CA 92804
office@atdla.org
562-908-3020
Chapter Code: CH8028

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