CCDA Spring Training
Passion, Purpose, and Laughter
Friday April 20th, 2018
CU-Boulder, Williams Village Complex
Full Day 8:30am-3:45pm
Morning Session 8:30am-1:15pm
Afternoon Session 11:45pm-3:45 pm
Zach Mercurio, Morning Session
Discovering and Living Your Purpose
Zach is one of the leading experts on the role of purpose and meaning in organizations and life. Through speaking, consulting, and research, Zach has helped diverse organizations and individuals from around the world understand how purpose and meaning unleashes human potential to create thriving organizations and lives.
He is the founder and author of PurposeSpeaks.com, the popular blog on purposeful leadership, work, and ife. He is also a regular contributor on purpose for the Huffington Post and other international media outlets and the author of the acclaimed new book, "The Invisible Leader: Transform Your Life, Work, and Organization with the Power of Authentic Purpose."
Zach also serves as a researcher and Adjunct Faculty at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado where he teaches courses on purposeful leadership and organizational development as he completes his Ph.D in Organizational Learning, Performance, and Change. His research has been featured in the Human Resource Development Review and at the Academy of Human Resource Development International Research Conference.
Paul Osincup, Afternoon Session
Humor for the Helping Professions
Paul Osincup is a Speaker and Positive Workplace Strategist who helps companies create dynamic and engaging work climates. With a background in Higher Education Leadership & Administration, Paul’s previous roles had him addressing high-risk behaviors and potential threats to college campuses. In 2013 he was a consultant at the U.S. Department of Education's Center for Alcohol, Drug, and Violence Prevention and he still delivers school violence prevention consultation on behalf of several non-profit agencies. A conflict resolution specialist, Paul has also earned national recognition for his work with alternative dispute resolution and restorative justice.
Early Bird (through March 16th)
$80 CCDA Member
$50 Student, New Prof, Retiree
Regular Pricing (After March 16th)
$100 CCDA Member
$55 Student, New Prof, Retiree
$50 CCDA Member
$60 CCDA Member
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