In this third in the TalentChat series, Mark Britz, CNY ATD Emerging Chair, is joined by Cheri Green, Training and Development Manager at OneGroup along with Chris Mason, OneGroup’s President. This is a real special interview because you get to hear how executive level buy-in and co-leadership sets the tone for organizational learning.
Listen for the key pieces of insight around the role of managers and the attention they have to the culture.
Cheri works hand in hand with all managers and leaders at OneGroup to ensure we are meeting the needs and wants of our team members in learning and development journey. We focus on development of the whole person, this includes an industry related focus as well as personal and professional growth.
In this second in the Talent Chat series, Mark Britz, CNY ATD Emerging Chair, sits down with Melanie Brunet Relyea, Director, Training and Performance Management at Oneida Nation Enterprises, LLC to discuss how they're approaching talent development specifically in the areas of new hire orientation and leadership across casinos, convenience stores, golf courses, food services and their other entities. It’s a massive undertaking but Melanie’s small but mighty team is up for the challenge, taking an internal consultant approach and working in concert with managers and VPs to make learning a key part of the growth at Oneida Nation Enterprises
You'll learn where and how talent development is deployed, the importance of full organization support and the various challenges in supporting a rapidly growing enterprise.
In this inaugural episode Mark Britz, CNY ATD Emerging Chair, sits down with Allyson Roote, Director of Learning and Organizational Development at The Bonadio Group, a public accounting and business consulting firm, to discuss how they're approaching the development needs of their workforce in ways that both help engagement and impact as well as their plans for the future.
You'll learn how Bonadio is moving beyond industry compliance and regulatory training only, tying learning to their culture, and the emergence of Bonadio University.