We are thrilled to have a broad talent base sharing their insight and lessons learned as they network with their peers.
Several Chicagoland Learning Leaders have recently presented at a conference or a peer networking session and we have been fortunate enough to archive their lessons learned for our members. You can hear a preview of one of their recent sessions by click on the listen to hotlinks below.
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Chuck is the Global Program Manager for Aon Hewitt's award-winning corporate university. He is responsible for managing the technology platforms supporting training delivery at Aon Hewitt, which were used to deliver more than 500,000 learning hours to associates in 2009. He has been with Aon Hewitt nine years as both a consultant and associate.
Chuck is also Master Facilitator in the Crosscultural/Diversity Power of Worldviews training program. The Crosscultural/Diversity program is part of a comprehensive initiative to increase crosscultural competence of organizational leaders and managers in the increasingly competitive global business landscape—both for increased business and critical talent. His dual role, as a Master facilitator, is the facilitation of courses to targeted populations and the training and evaluation of associates selected to participate as program trainers.
Chuck has 16 years of experience in community, education, and corporate diversity and inclusion programs. He has a B.A. in 20th Century American History and a M.S. in Instructional Technology and Telecommunications from Western Illinois University. Previous responsibilities at Aon Hewitt have been as Instructional Designer, Senior Project Manager, and Senior Learning & Development Consultant.
Nick brings almost 20 years of leadership experience and expertise specializing in implementing strategic talent and performance programs both specific to business units and across the enterprise. In his previous role, Nick was leading the effort of evolving United Airline’s performance management program to be a more business-driven, strategic tool to elevate United's Shared Purpose & Values: Connecting people. Uniting the world.
Director of Athletics Wisconsin School of Business
Barry Alvarez is in his 12th year as Director of Athletics at the University of Wisconsin in 2015-16, and his 10th without the additional title of head football coach. Alvarez served as A.D. and football coach from 2004-05.
Sr. Director of Talent Management and Processes MolsonCoors
Experienced leader with expertise in talent management, leadership development, learning & development, sales, systems, facilitation and change management; Builds collaborative relationships with partners and clients to identify needs that can be satisfied through the use of innovative learning and development solutions. Relentlessly pursues results by building high performing teams through a focus on people and alignment to a common vision; Strives to make a difference through building capabilities and developing talent throughout the enterprise, preparing the organization for greater future performance.