Using the Professional Development Dinner to Advance Talent Development Objectives
What will we learn?
Presenter: Kitty Wooley
Kitty worked at the U.S. Department of Education for 19 years. Her first position involved moving from one side of the desk to the other – from college financial aid director to institutional review specialist in San Francisco. The first two years, she traveled as part of a West Coast team to ensure that millions of dollars intended to help students pay for college were being administered capably. Subsequent positions in Washington, DC involved data and risk management, project management, business intelligence and decision support, stakeholder outreach, translation of I.T. issues into plain language for nontechnical employees, reporting to Congress, OMB and OPM, staffing the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Performance Improvement, and creating flash mentoring experiences for interagency budget staff. She retired in 2013 to become her 90-year-old mother’s sidekick and caregiver in Colorado Springs.
Through the Senior Fellows and Friends network, Kitty created over 60 conversational containers that energized and encouraged capable federal employees to significantly enhance the scope and impact of their work by building collaborative networks across organizational boundaries. This work has been refocused to include everyone who seeks to cultivate organizational adaptability and resilience or harness untapped talent and capacity.
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