Can Organizations Develop if Individuals Don't?: Linking Individual Learning and Organizational Change

  • 22 Feb 2012
  • 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
  • Mercy Hall at College of Saint Mary


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Can Organizations Develop if Individuals Don't?: Linking Individual Learning and Organizational Change

February 22, 2011 - 7:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.


Stuck in change initiatives that fail to stick? We’ll help you get un-stuck.


Don’t miss an energizing morning with inspiring yet practical keys to facilitating organizational change, with Janyne Peek Emsick, Ph.D., President of intégrow.

A true catalyst of change, Janyne combines creative energy and discernment to help organizations walk their talk, one leader at a time. From the executive team through the IS and HR teams and to the warehouse staff, her holistic approach taps into individual and organizational potential for increased integrity, aligning intent and action.

Her seminar "Can Organizations Develop if Individuals Don’t: Linking Individual Learning and Organizational Change," has been featured at national and regional industry conferences. She holds a Ph.D. with research in the area of adult learning and transformational leadership responding to the question "Now that they know, what do they do?"

You can plan to walk away from the program able to understand a holistic model for engaging organizational change, ready to apply the model and identify opportunities to increase momentum for transformation in your own context.

Dr. Peek Emsick serves as adjunct faculty for Tyndale Seminary’s Doctor of Ministry program, and for College of St. Mary’s Master of Organizational Leadership program. International teaching has taken her to graduate schools and professional development initiatives in the Philippines, Burma, Kenya and the Democratic Republic of Congo. She serves on the Board of Trustees of Omaha’s Business Ethics Alliance. She also served as a founding board member of "Congo Initiative", a not-for-profit collaboration between leaders in the newly formed Democratic Republic of Congo and the United States.

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