Events at UOWD
Transforming Teams Without Training
OUTLINE OF THE PRESENTATION
Is your organization grappling with these questions?
Is your training spend failing to realize the ROI for talent development?
Does your team avoid applying their training outcomes back on to the job?
Are your high potential employees left bored and uninterested during training?
The Human Resources Forum (THRF) and UOWD Faculty of Business invite you to hear HR professional Mubeena Mohammed talk about:
- The true nature of transformation and change
- Why the business world needs a better methodology for developing talent
- An alternative to traditional training called SPEEDChange®
- The major 3 step process of SPEEDChange®
- Research and basis for SPEEDChange®
This event is FREE for all UOWD students but you must register with Dr. Alison (email@example.com).
As CEO of Scholar Consultants and Author of The SPEEDChange® Project she delivers world-class consulting experiences and thought leadership. Her mission is to “build authentic connections between Management and their Human Capital”.
Mubeena has facilitated Organisation Change and HR strategy advisory to local and global MNC organizations since 2003. Her work spans employee engagement, assessment centers, workplace culture and business intelligence with data analytics. She is currently validating her new change management process in the Middle East, called SPEEDChange®. It is a revolutionary methodology that transforms teams without the use of training or external speakers, experts or commercial models. The process uses a team’s collective intelligence to create performance breakthroughs.
She was awarded a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree in two majors (Psychology and Philosophy) in from Hofstra University, New York with departmental honors in Psychology. She received her Master of Arts (M.A.)degree in Industrial/Organisational Psychology also from Hofstra University.
Her sporting interests include salsa and she received her 1st Dan Black Belt in Shotokan Karate in 2010. Besides consulting, she also has a career in writing and also receives commissions as an oil painting artist.