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Linking Learning to Performance Management

  • Thursday, September 15, 2016
  • 1:30 PM - 4:00 PM
  • WIPFLI 2501 W Beltline Hwy #401 Madison, WI 53713


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Linking Learning to Performance Management

Thursday September 15th, 2016

Registration & Networking: 1:30-2:00 PM

Presentation: 2:00-4:00 PM

Location: WIPFLI

Use entrance for West Building and go to the 4th floor


Members - $25

Non-Member Guests: $35

Session Description:  What qualities to you look for in an ideal workplace? When you read articles about the need for trust and recognition, how do you link this to creating a learning environment? In this session, we’ll analyze how varying levels of competency trigger different needs and we'll have some fun relating it to our teaching, coaching, and performance management! 


Mary Hoddy is an independent consultant who brings her skills in coaching, learning, change theory, and organizational development to teams who enjoy learning together as they accomplish their goals.

Mary spent most of her career designing and teaching programs in communication skills, coaching, respect in the workplace, performance management, and appreciative inquiry that focus on learning real skills. She was Director of Staff Education and Training at the Wisconsin Union at University of Wisconsin – Madison campus for over 27 years for over 1,400 student employees and 200 permanent staff. She developed a model of student-staff co-facilitation and loved coaching her team of student facilitators who taught a variety of live and online classes.

Shoko Miyagi joined the Division of Facilities Planning & Management at University of Wisconsin-

Madison in 2004. In her role as a member of Human Resources team as a Talent Development

Specialist, Shoko is responsible for centralizing training functions and offering professional development opportunities in transforming individual behaviors and organizational culture. Her English as a Second Language teaching background prepared her well for serving the multi-lingual facilities workforce. During that period, she learned the importance of simplicity, universality and how to reach diverse audiences cross-culturally. Shoko earned her M.A. in Applied English Linguistics from UW-Madison. 

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