Date & Location:
Tuesday, October 13, 2015
5602 Research Park Blvd.
Registration Networking at 1:30 PM
Program runs from 2:00 – 4:00 PM
ATD-MAC Members - $25
Non-Member Guests - $35
Presenters: Rob Van Nevel and Sarah Gibson
We’ve seen people transition from one business unit to another and thought, “How did they make that leap?” Or maybe we’ve even thought, “What do I want to do next in my career and how the heck do I get there?” Join us as we discuss:
Business trends away from the corporate ladder to the corporate web and the impact on engagement and retention
How to help others or yourself transfer skills across different roles
The role learning and development plays in creating corporate webs
Rob Van Nevel, Senior VP & Chief Member Solution Officer, UW Credit Union
Since 2006, Rob Van Nevel has been recognized as a strategic business leader at UW Credit Union, a growing federally insured financial cooperative serving the University of Wisconsin communities. Rob is Senior Vice President and Chief Member Solutions Officer.
He is responsible for strategy, solutions development, business goals and performance and operational excellence for Member Sales and Service, Retail Delivery, E-Commerce, Internet Services, Research and Development and Investment Services. With a focus on strategic solutions, Rob has been instrumental in achieving business results that align member service and business goals. His vision also continues to move the organization to a higher capacity in productivity, quality, member service and improved systems performance.
Rob started at UW Credit Union as Director of Human Resources and Organizational Development. While serving in this role, he transformed human resources practices and employee engagement strategies. His work helped facilitate the credit union earning Madison Magazine’s Best Places to Work Award.
Sarah Gibson, President, Accent Learning and Consulting, LLC
Following her passion for teaching with a focus on practical business outcomes, Sarah Gibson founded Accent Learning and Consulting, LLC in 2004.Since then, Sarah and her team have helped companies understand the impact of workplace communication through a large variety of classes ranging from business writing, communication styles, generational communication, managerial skills and professional development pieces.
She has worked with more than 100 organizations across a variety of industries throughout North America. Beyond her corporate experiences, Sarah has also taught for the University of Wisconsin-Madison evening MBA program and as an adjunct instructor at Madison College, UW-Whitewater and North Dakota State University.