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Six Simple Tools of a Leader Development Program

  • 17 Jun 2016
  • 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
  • 151 Powell Road Columbia, SC 29203
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Six Simple Tools of a Leader Development Program

Presented by: James Galluzzo 


What do the Wheel and Axle, the Inclined Plane, or the Wedge have to do with Leader Development?                       

Using concrete examples, James Galluzzo, will provide insight on how to design an effective leadership development program or improve an existing program. 

Mr. Galluzzo will demonstrate how the (1) wheel and axle, (2) the lever, (3) the inclined plane, (4) the pulley, (5) the screw, and (6) the wedge all relate to the basic requirements for establishing an effective leadership development program.

ATD members and guests will:

1.      Learn how to overcome resistance.                        

2.      Recognize the importance of ratios in training.

3.      Understand how time management plays an essential role in "ramping up" training.

4.      Identify the direction your training program is taking. 

5.      Learn how to focus attention through leadership involvement.  

6.    Learn how a Learning & Development program could change the direction of an organization.   

About James Galluzzo

James Galluzzo is the Director of Human Resources for the South Carolina Housing Finance and Development Authority.  He retired in 2014 as a Lieutenant Colonel from the United States Army after 20 years of active duty.  His final job in the military was to serve as Chief of Leader Development for the Army’s 40,000 HR professionals.  James is an Adjunct Professor for Columbia College where he has taught Leadership and Professional Communications.  James is a graduate of Clarkson University in New York and is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) from the HR Certification Institute. In addition, he is actively involved in community theater, performing at Town Theatre in Columbia.  In 2015, James created HRJ Strategies, LLC to assist organizations and individuals better understand and improve their human capital potential.  He and his wife, Melissa, reside in Blythewood. They have a daughter, Catharine.



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