TOPIC: Communicating Your Value Throughout Your Organization
SPEAKER: Deb Norris, Vice President, Workforce Development & Corporate Services, Sinclair Community College
DATE: Wednesday, April 1, 2015
TIME: 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM
PLACE: Tec^Edge 5000 Springfield St #100, Dayton, OH 45431
IEEE Members: FREE
non-IEEE member: $5 (cash only at event)
SPACE IS LIMITED. FIRST COME/FIRST SERVE BASIS
Must RSVP by 30 March 2015 at https://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/meeting_registration/register/33751
Lunch includes tossed salad, lasagna (both meat and vegetarian versions), garlic bread and dessert.
ABSTRACT: In today’s tough economic climate, it is increasingly important to be able to communicate your value to your organization. However, being able to communicate your value begins with having the ability to specifically describe how your unique style, skills, strengths and experience add value to your organization. This can only occur after you have an awareness and understanding of your passion and your work style. Come join us for this highly interactive professional development session focused on learning more about yourself and then how to apply these learnings to being more effective in your role.
BIO: Deb was appointed by President Johnson as Sinclair’s first workforce vice president in 2006. She oversees a team responsible for understanding the workforce needs of employers and then developing a wide range of services to meet those needs. She has more than 25 years of extensive business experience including business development, strategic planning, and marketing in a variety of business environments. Deb also oversees many of Sinclair’s regional and state workforce initiatives including UAS, Fuyao, and the launch of Sinclair’s Corporate College at Austin Landing.Currently, Deb serves on the Board of Trustees of the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce Foundation. She was selected as an Honorary Commander at WPAFB as well as being an Ex-Officio Member of the Board for Dayton Defense. Deb is a graduate of Leadership Dayton and is a member of Dayton Rotary. Deb was named a Dayton Daily News Top Ten Woman in 2006, chosen as a “Woman of Influence” by the Dayton YWCA in 2008 and in 2014 was named one of the 50 Most Influential Women in the Dayton region by the Dayton Business Journal. She holds a BS and an MBA from the University of Dayton.