We had our sixteenth Results System™ Community of Practice Learning Call on March 13, 2018. The call discusses “Using the Results Roadmap™ with Project Teams” with Paula Dillard.
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The Results Roadmap™ for Teams is a phenomenal tool for creating alignment with executive and leadership teams. Why not build effectiveness and drive results with cross-functional and project teams as well? Rapid alignment, unearthing and dealing with conflicts and getting to the heart of the issues are what makes project teams work. The Results Roadmap™ for Teams is ideal for this task! Learn how Paula Dillard of Ascent Partners is creatively using the Results Roadmap™ for Teams to help her municipal government clients to start up and manage their complex projects and get the results they want.
Paula provides HR and OD leadership to client organizations that lack internal expertise at the Vice President, Director and Senior Managers level. Paula’s HR career has spanned 20+ years and afforded her the opportunity to work in many different industries (transportation, telecommunications, technology, manufacturing, consulting, government and non-profit social services), with large Fortune 500 companies and small technology start-ups. She is recognized as a highly effective organizational change agent with the ability to create and implement strategic initiatives through change management and HR program design and implementation. Paula is also an accomplished executive coach, facilitator/trainer and public speaker with extensive experience in curriculum development and facilitation of customized training programs. Love and commitment along with a great sense of humor have helped her celebrate 40+ years of marriage and raising two wonderful children. The combination of these professional and personal experiences, along with a passion for life-long learning, self-development and helping others achieve their goals, has made her one of the most effective business consultants and executive coaches in the greater Seattle area.