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2015 APG Holiday Giveback

When: 11:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Friday, Dec. 4, 2015
: Hyde Park Golf and Country Club
3740 Erie Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45208

As many of you know, our holiday event always includes networking time to connect with your colleagues,  a thought leader to expand your thinking, and a celebration of goodness in our community.  This year, we are giving back to Threads Of Love, a local service ministry that helps to fight disease by hand sewing and delivering clean clothing for children in the poorest areas of Africa.

Whether you are leading, following or serving on a team, chances are you need to get your ideas recognized by the people around you to be successful. Influencing, and specifically, the ability to influence inside your organization is a critical competency. In fact, according to a recent Corporate Leadership Council Survey, influence is “the fundamental competency that leaders must have to effectively assume global roles.”

At APG, we believe that influencing is the high potential skill of the decade.

With flattening organizations, multi-generational employees and a virtual workforce, leaders need to be able to connect to common goals, build trust and successfully engage others in saying “yes” to their ideas.

Join us to learn how to sharpen your Influencing skills

Kelly Dozois

Special guest speaker:
Kelly Dozois of Ocean Beach Consulting

Kelly Dozois has worked with leaders from the
executive suite to individual contributors at Apple, Nike and Levi Straus to build their influence skills.   She will share the research around this important skill and specific tips you can use immediately to build your influencing capability.

Prior to the event, you will receive a link to a quick e-learning tool to help you get you acquainted with the topic and identify the influencing skills you need. We'll also provide you with tools you can use to immediately apply what you learn back on the job.

Space is limited, so if you plan to attend, please register immediately.


More About Kelly Dozois

For over 20 years, Kelly Dozois has worked in the field of leadership development. She believes that the success of an organization is directly correlated to the effectiveness of its’ leaders to communicate with and inspire others.

She develops training solutions focused on building the capabilities of employees to influence and lead others in order to have a positive impact on the company. She designs and facilitates world-class leadership and management development programs and provides targeted executive coaching that produces immediate impact.

Ms. Dozois facilitates leadership teams in pursuit of strategic change and organization alignment. Her personal clients include Apple, Nike, Salesforce, VeriSign and Levi Strauss and Company.  She has extensive experience with global implementations of learning solutions, working in a wide range of countries.

Prior to founding Ocean Beach Consulting, Ms. Dozois was Vice President of Human Resource Development for the Gap Corporation where she was responsible for the development of 160,000 employees worldwide and the executive development of senior management. She also initiated Gap Inc.’s Organization Development department with a focus on designing change management strategies to maximize multimillion-dollar technology investments.

Prior to the Gap, Ms. Dozois was Regional Director for an international management consulting firm specializing in Leadership/ Management and Sales and Service training solutions. Some of her clients included Microsoft, Motorola, Hewlett Packard & Levi Strauss & Co.

Ms. Dozois holds an MS in Educational Technology and a BS in Health Science from San Diego State University. She is also a certified executive coach and member of the International Coaching Federation.

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