listening helping learning
Book Launch Workshop Series:
Discovering the Process Consulting Approach
How can listening helping learning impact how you communicate?
June 22nd @ 12pm CT
Part 1 in a 4 Workshop Series!
The power of process consulting is found in the flywheel of communication and bridging the gap between the acts of listening, helping, and learning.
With Mark L. Vincent's new book releasing in June, listening helping learning: Core Competencies of Process Consulting, we are excited to offer this exclusive workshop series focused on understanding and tackling the process consulting approach.
During this workshop you'll discover how to:
- Keep a process going over time.
- Use the flywheel of communication.
- Leverage listening, helping, and learning to feed into each other.
- Build and maintain a process so it becomes a part of a culture.
We are excited to share this event exclusively with all LIVE attendees and it will not be recorded.
“What self-proclaimed experts repeatedly fail to understand is that it was the process that made their strategy successful:
Armed with the right reasons,
the right people figured it out
with the right insight
at the right place
at the right time
with the right approach.
Remove any one of these factors from the recipe and even the most sophisticated or exciting method struggles to find success. If each element is present, even the most rudimentary method can take an organization forward."
- Mark L. Vincent & Kim Stezala
Meet Your Presenters:
Mark L. Vincent
Founder, Executive Advisor, and Author
Mark L. Vincent is an Executive Advisor and Facilitator for Maestro-level leaders and is the founder of Design Group International and the Society for Process Consulting. Walking alongside organizations and leaders for 30-plus years, he has developed successful initiatives with over 800 domestic and international clients. Mark can often be found having earnest conversations inside the coffee shops of Eastern Wisconsin and Boise, Idaho.
CEO of Society for Process Consulting
Kim Stezala, M.S., has devoted more than 25 years to the nonprofit, education, and business sectors in management, volunteer, and founder roles. She is dedicated to educational access, specifically the pipeline to and through college. Combining objective analysis with the power of process consulting, Kim assists scholarship providers, youth agencies, college prep programs, colleges and universities, foundations, and membership associations to improve outcomes and handle complex organizational change. Clients partner with Kim to create programs, develop strengths, measure impact, and share results. This is accomplished through strategic program planning, evaluation and improvement, outcomes monitoring and grant reporting, stakeholder engagement, and student access and success projects. As a result, clients are better equipped to achieve their desired impact and tell their success story.