2014 Women & Technology Conference Breakout Session: Building Teams That Work To Win
The 2014 Women & Technology Conference will feature a workshop focused on “Building Teams That Work To Win” led by Dr. Julie M. Smith, Co-Founder of the Continuous Learning Group, Inc., which is today the world’s premiere consultancy for behavior-based strategy execution, with headquarters in Pittsburgh and a support facility in Morgantown.
Regardless of your profession, teams present an opportunity to demonstrate collaboration, expertise, and passion.
Are you maximizing these opportunities? What are your team skills? Learn how your personality informs your teaming decisions and gain practical advice that you can use in your career. Dr. Smith’s pioneering research led to proven management tools that are widely used in global businesses and industries today. Always on the cutting edge, Dr. Smith’s workshop offers participants the opportunity to hone their teaming skills.
Join us for the 2014 Women & Technology Conference at Oglebay Resort and Conference Center in Wheeling, WV, October 16-17.
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Julie M. Smith earned her Ph.D. in Behavior Analysis at WVU. While still a student, Julie and a team of consultants at the University’s Center for Entrepreneurial Studies and Development pioneered a new field in business management consulting that leads to superior strategy execution and dramatic performance improvements—all while engaging the hearts and minds of employees. That success led to her co-founding of The Continuous Learning Group (CLG), which is today the world’s première consultancy for behavior-based strategy execution, with headquarters in Pittsburgh and a support facility in Morgantown. The firm’s 100-plus consultants help clients around the world successfully address some of today’s toughest business challenges.
The proven tools developed by Julie, via her unique research at WVU, are widely used in global businesses and industries today. Always on the cutting edge, CLG and its clients recently began innovating in healthcare to improve outcomes through highly targeted individual behavior change and large-scale cultural change.
A visionary entrepreneur, Julie also founded ChangePartner, LLC, which gives people practical tools to handle life’s changes and become resilient. In 2011, Julie and her husband Mickey Heston, and their children founded Heston Farm, which includes Heston Farm Winery, Pinchgut Hollow Distillery, and Foxfire Restaurant. Identified as one of the fastest start-ups in West Virginia, Heston Farm already has won national awards for marketing, packaging, and product quality.
Dr. Smith resides in Morgantown, West Virginia where continues her contributions to her alma mater and to the science of Behavior Analysis. Currently she serves on the Boards of Directors of the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies, West Virginia University Healthcare, and the United Way of Monongalia and Preston Counties.
This conference is sponsored by Techconnect WV and made possible by these sponsors: