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Partnering with Higher Education for Organizational Development and Talent Strategy

  • May 18, 2021
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Virtual Meeting
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  • All ATD Memphis members, SHRM Memphis members, guests, and anyone interested in joining ATD & SHRM are welcome to attend. Basically, anyone interested in bettering themselves and the world of talent development.

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Partnering with Higher Education for Organizational Development and Talent Strategy

Presented by 

Dr. Bev Vitali

Director of the Institute for Leadership Development

Christian Brothers University



Join us on Zoom
May 18, 2021
11:30 AM-1:00 PM
Register at tdmemphis.org


Program Description

For years, higher education was seen only as a pipeline for delivery of entry-level employees. Today, as employees expect more educational assistance and continued skills training, many businesses are turning to higher education as a partner in employee growth and development. This presentation focuses on some of the innovative ways higher education is collaborating with businesses to deliver personal, professional, and organizational talent solutions in all areas of the ATD capability model.

About Dr. Vitali

With prestigious honors including Chair of Excellence, Educator of the Year, and Tennessee Advisor of the Year, Dr. Bev Vitali is known for her excellence in the corporate and academic classrooms. She has dedicated her career to helping others find that special niche where they can authentically lead and serve others. Currently she serves as Director of the Institute for Leadership Development at Christian Brothers University, heading up the University’s many corporate, non-profit, and governmental talent development initiatives. Bev is a tenured professor at CBU and a Chartered Financial Analyst. She earned her PhD at the University of Memphis and is certified in Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Hermann Brain Dominance Inventory, Crucial Conversations, all Franklin Covey content, and Ethical Fitness.

The link to the Zoom meeting will be provided in your registration email. 

Looking Back at Women’s History in the Workplace to Navigate the Future Successfully

Presented by 

Katie West

Learning and Organizational Development Consultant - Strategic Talent Initiatives




Join us on Zoom
March 23, 2021
11:30 AM-1:00 PM
Register at tdmemphis.org


Program Description

ATD Memphis’ 2021 Program Theme is Intentional. Innovative. Inclusive. This year’s theme builds on lessons learned from 2020, from social distancing to social justice. The proverb, “Necessity is the mother of invention” was in full display. While in many ways 2020 was a turbulent year, there were some positives and we emerged more resolute and more resilient. With 2021 ahead of us, we need to move forward, improving on the lessons learned, with an intentional, innovative and inclusive mindset.

In celebration of Women’s History Month, we’ll delve into the specifics of leadership development, recruitment and retention of women.

  • Facts and Lessons from the Past
  • Current Trends
  • What the Future Holds

Katie West is a 35+ year veteran of the banking industry beginning as a part time teller with First Tennessee Bank through her role most previous role as Chief Talent Officer with Metropolitan Bank. She has spent the majority of her career leading various strategic learning and organizational development initiatives to facilitate change in the respective business and its people.

She has always believed that organizations must utilize various techniques to reach associates and assist them in ways to develop their career paths that are both beneficial to the organization and to the associates. She also believes in developing younger colleagues with strategic leadership competencies in the very beginning of their careers and helping seasoned leaders to continue to refine their skills throughout their career. She knows personal growth and development begins with understanding one’s own personality and knowing how to appropriately use it in interaction with others. This leads to exceptional career success.

Currently Katie works with businesses, non-profits, and individuals that want to develop strong competency for emotional and intelligence through the development of keen self-awareness and social awareness, along with self-management and relationship management. The Enneagram is her favorite tool to use with developing these essential life and leadership skills.

She graduated from the University of Mississippi with a BBA in Management She holds a professional degree from the Consumer Bankers Association’s Graduate School of Retail Bank Management. Katie currently enjoys spending time volunteering with Memphis Gridiron Ministries, Second Presbyterian Church and serving on the Board of Nexus Leaders.

The link to the Zoom meeting will be provided in your registration email. 

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