Hear Me Speak – Organizational Change Management (OCM)

DATE: Saturday, November 7, 2015

TIME: Networking: 9:45 am; Presentation: 10:15 am to noon

NEW LOCATION: The Lakes at El Segundo Golf Course, 400 S Sepulveda Blvd.,

El Segundo, CA 90245

SPEAKER: Barbara A. Mather, Ph.D. is an experienced management consultant in the area of organizational change management. Working, primarily with large companies, Barbara develops organizational design, change management, communications, and compensation strategies and plans. Barbara also instructs doctoral research programs at the University of Phoenix.

TOPIC: Organizational Change Management (OCM) TODAY From an HR Perspective

This interactive presentation will focus on current changes in OCM, business trends and other organizational considerations, including ways to predict future changes. Barbara will also discuss how HR professionals can navigate the turbulent waters of organizational change.

You will learn:
- What skills and attributes are needed by HR professionals to manage organizational change
- How to successfully implement change programs
- How to obtain vital OCM and OD resources and references

Full Breakfast, Free Parking

Food and Meeting Fee: $30 postmarked by 10/24—$35 thereafter.

Checks payable to Stern & Associates
11260 Overland Avenue, Suite 16A, Culver City, CA 90230
PLEASE CONTACT Gerry or Yvette at: stern@hrconsultant.com

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Hear Me Speak to LA-based Management Consultants

Organizational Change Management
and Management Consulting Trends

With Barbara A. Mather, Ph.D.

This interactive presentation will discuss current OCM and management consulting trends as witnessed and experienced by our speaker for this month’s meeting.

Focus of discussion will be concerning, not only trends and emerging constructs, but also the scholar-practitioner model which helps to inform how we can best navigate and predict future trends and topics to help achieve consulting success.

From her perspective, Barb will discuss observations relative to OCM field, general business trends within organizations, management consulting trends, requisite consulting skills and attributes, as well as relevant theories and theorists that help keep us apprised of organizational theories.

  • What is OCM? OCM discussion regarding organizational change programs
  • OCM and OD resources/references from which to gain theoretical perspectives on change theories, human development, organizational change, and others
  • Interactive participation from audience members to share additional insights, observations, and other relevant trends driving organizational change

Date and Time: Friday, September 11 @ 7:30 AM

Location: The Lakes Golf Course & Driving Range
400 S. Sepulveda Blvd.
El Segundo, CA 90245

Cost: $22 for IMC, $27 for non-members
RSVP by Wednesday, September 9 to reserve your place

Reservations may be made online:
http://www.imcusa.org/events/event_details.asp?id=676579&group=38626

Or by contacting Jerry Savin
Phone: (310) 229-8947
Email: jsavin@ctcg.com

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Hear Us Speak – ADHD Mother & Millennial Son

Hear Us (ADHD mother and millennial son) Speak!

DATE: Thursday, SEPTEMBER 3, 2015, 7 p.m. – 9 p.m.

LOCATION: The DEL E. WEBB CENTER FOR HEALTH EDUCATION BLDG, PROVIDENCE LITTLE COMPANY OF MARY HOSPITAL, 4101 Torrance Blvd., Torrance CA.

TOPIC: A Mother and Son Journey with ADHD: How We Embrace It and the Tools That Work for Us

SPEAKERS: Barbara A. Mather, Ph.D. and Justin Mather

OVERVIEW: Barbara and Justin share their real life experiences living with ADHD. Their presentation begins with Justin’s diagnosis at age 6, which led to Barb’s ADHD diagnosis in her early 40′s. Their journey with ADHD was difficult at times, but they overcame and learned to recognize and celebrate their strengths and talents. Topics will include: How parenting can help and hinder the young child growing up with ADHD; How modern tools and methodologies like the Getting Things Done (GTD) system, can help organize and track tasks to improve the lives of someone living with ADHD; How technology (tools/software/apps) can help with organization, self-awareness and self-discipline; How developing coping skills, discipline and self-advocacy are important to achieve personal growth and success.

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Dr. Bam is Presenting CHADD South Bay’s Speaker Series Meeting on Thursday, December 4, 2014

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Date: Thursday, December 4, 2014
Time: 6:45pm – 9:00pm
Speaker: Barbara A. Mather, PhD

Topic: Early Career Experiences of Young Adults with ADHD

Overview: Keeping a job can be difficult for people with ADHD/ADD. Barbara Mather’s research focuses on young adults with an official diagnosis of ADHD/ADD, who grew up in the 1980s and 1990′s and have been in the workplace for at least 2 years. Can they manage their attention, organization, impulsivity and social skills issues to adapt to their structured workplace environment? Dr. Mather is an experienced management consultant in the area of organizational change, owns a successful consulting firm since 2002, and works with Fortune 500 companies.

Location:
Providence Little Company of Mary Hospital
Del E. Webb Center for Health Education Bldg.
2nd Foor Conference Room
4101 Torrance Blvd
Torrance, CA 90505

Map: http://goo.gl/maps/u1qYt

2014-2015 Speaker Series Program Calendar:
http://bit.ly/1m2MfIN

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Hear Me Speak in LA

chadd-logo Date: June 5, 2014
Speaker: Barbara Mather, PhD
Topic: Early Career Experiences of Young Adults with ADHD
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Location: Providence Little Company of Mary Hospital,
4101 Torrance Blvd., Torrance CA.

Barbara Mather’s presentation will focus on her recent research with the first generation of young adults, growing up in the 1980′s and 1990′s with the official diagnosis of ADHD, who have been in the workplace for at least 2 years. Dr. Mather discusses her research on the challenges faced by young adults with ADHD in a structured work environment. How are young adults able to manage their attention, organization, structure, self-management, impulsivity, social skills issues to adapt to their workplace environments? What role does self-awareness play in successfully managing challenging work experiences. Barbara Mather, PhD is an expert in the area of ADHD in adults. In addition to her ongoing interest in helping young adults with ADHD in the workplace, she is an experienced management consultant in the area of organizational change and has owned a successful consulting firm since 2002. Dr. Mather works primarily with Fortune 500 companies, helping them to develop organizaional change management (OCM) and communication strategies.

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