OD-SIG: Workforce 2021 - What's Next? A Panel Discussion

  • 13 Jan 2021
  • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Virtual
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ATD Sacramento's OD-SIG

Workforce 2021: What's Next?

Virtual Panel Discussion

January 13, 2021 • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

The global pandemic of 2020 sent every workplace into a tailspin.  From basic survival to exploring the digital frontier this last year has been all about figuring it out as we go. For those of us in Organization Development, we are left wondering what's next. 

This panel discussion features Organization Development thought leaders from SMUD, CalSTRS, and UC Davis sharing what their organizations are doing to prepare for 2021. Telework, flexibility, skill development, emotional wellbeing -- we will be talking about all of it.  Nothing is off the table for these panelists as we ask them to reflect on what's working, what lessons have been learned and what we hope to see for the future of work.

5:00 PM Welcome & Networking
5:30 PM Panel Q & A
6:30 PM Insights & Aha's

Technology Requirements:
This session will be conducted through Zoom. Log-in instructions will be sent upon registration. 

Featured Panelists:

Sharon Huntsman, Manager, Learning, Development & Culture and Executive Business Partner to the CEO at SMUD. Sharon has been at SMUD since 2018. Prior to that, she held leadership roles at UC Davis CPE for 10 years. She is an ICF and CliftonStrengths certified coach. Her mission is to help people and organizations become the best possible versions of who they are.

TS Hamilton (He/Him/His) is the Learning and Development Manager for California State Teachers’ Retirement System (CalSTRS). He has been with CalSTRS for 11 years and in his current role for the last five years. Prior to CalSTRS, TS worked in both the private and public sector, including retail and the United States Air Force. He is also an adjunct History professor and active in the local community. When TS is not researching historical topics, he keeps up-to-date on topics such as social intelligence (mindfulness, emotional intelligence, and so on), change, and DEI (diversity, equity, and inclusion).

Tracy Preciado, Senior Organization Development Specialist at UC Davis and Founding Fear Slayer, Executive Coach and Consultant. Tracy holds a Masters in Industrial/ Organizational Psychology and multiple certifications; National Curriculum and Training Institute (NCTI), VitalSmarts (Crucial Conversations Facilitator), Prosci Change Management (Certified Practitioner) and much much more. Tracy Preciado is passionate about infusing humanity in the workplace.

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