Event from April 10 in Fresno: “Metacognition: Your Mind and You” with Dr. Matt Minahan. Sponsored by our Fresno Organizational Psychology Program.

Event from April 10 in Fresno: “Metacognition: Your Mind and You” with Dr. Matt Minahan. Sponsored by our Fresno Organizational Psychology Program.

On April 10-11, 2015, Dr. Matt Minahan, Distinguished Guest Faculty, provided a lecture and workshop on Meta-Cognition: Your mind and you for students, alumni, faculty, and guests at the Fresno campus. The lecture was attended by 60 participants during Friday evening’s reception and 40 participants attended the Saturday, all day workshop.

Dr Minahan has more than 30 years’ experience in strategic planning, organization design and development, executive coaching, and leadership development.  His consulting practice focuses on organizations and leaders who are planning enterprise-wide change programs, including business strategy, values, mission, business process simplification, planning systems, new structures, communications, management practices, and evaluation systems. He has been teaching Organization Development for almost 20 years, most recently focused on the beliefs that we hold that support our success and those that undermine it.

Among his many accomplishments, he has directed OD efforts for The World Bank and served as faculty at the Carey Business School at John Hopkins University. Matt teaches in the School of Public Affairs at American University and is a visiting professor in several doctoral programs.  He is the 2015 chair of the Board of Trustees of the National Organization Development Network.  He is also an active volunteer and former board member of NTL Institute, and a former board member of the Chesapeake Bay OD Network.

 

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Friday Evening Lecture       Students, Faculty, Alumni, and Guests      Saturday Workshop

Our capacity to understand and manage our thoughts and beliefs, or metacognition, is critical to our ability to make conscious and effective use of self in our work in Organization Development, Psychology, and the world at large.

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Saturday Workshop     Drs. Wandeler, Baker, Bachman, Goldman-Schuyler, Knott, Camden-Anders, Valek, Minahan.

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Alumni who are interested in attending please RSVP to CSPPalumni@alliant.edu

We hope to see you there!