CHAPTER MEETING: Strategic Planning: Preparing for Unknown Shifts
presented by: Lynley VanSingel
moderated by: Vivian Hughes
November 17, 2020 5:30PM - 7:30PM Central Standard Time
Have you heard of a “scraping” the lot”? In Dallas, that usually means bulldozing an existing older home in a beautiful neighborhood where someone wants to build a new, updated home and live in a community with all of the charm of yesteryear. A dirt lot, with no infrastructure and lots of charm. That is where Lynley VanSingel started building her company’s learning strategy.
Step 1: Figure out what the house will NEED. Using focus groups, surveys, C-Suite interviews and analyzing Level 1 data from the year prior, a multi-layer needs analysis was conducted.
Step 2: DESIGN the house. A strategic learning plan was created from the data received and approved by the CEO and executive team connecting the learning strategy to tactical deliverables.
Step 3: BUILD it! With a vision in place, learning solutions were deployed that mapped to operational objectives using a scalable talent network and upgrading design & delivery tools and options for the learning team and learners.
Step 4: LIVE in it. Continue offering team members fresh, on-demand learning solutions for all learning needs.
Join Lynley VanSingel as she is asked questions about First Guaranty Mortgage Corporation’s 2019 AXIS Award winning topic, Strategic Planning. As a recently hired learning leader to the firm, she crafted a strategy to renovate the learning team’s direction to align to company goals. Using the below methodology, she focused on people, process and technology to shape the strategy.
At the end of the talk, you should walk away:
- Identifying ways to focus your strategy on HOW versus WHAT
- Strategizing for 2021 with an agile approach
- Brainstorming ideas to navigate and/or rebuild alongside current world changing events
Lynley VanSingel is the Senior Vice President (SVP) of Learning and Organizational Development at First Guaranty Mortgage. She brings nearly two decades of Corporate Learning practice to the table sharing her insights on strategy, building relationships and finding the secret sauce to effective measurement of learning solutions. Currently, she leads First Guaranty Mortgage Corporation FGMC + GoodMortgage as the SVP, Learning & Organizational Development. Since joining the company in the last 1.5 years, Lynley led her team to their first ATD Dallas AXIS Award for Strategic Planning in 2019.
Lynley is a Learning Leader who leverages strong instructional, communication, analytical and problem-solving skills to ensure positive outcomes across multiple locations for market leaders in the financial services industry. Please join Lynley to get her out of the box thoughts on modern strategy development for learning teams.
Vivian Hughes founded Brand New Me® to help executives and aspiring entrepreneurs jump off the hamster wheel and get clear on their real goals, so their daily actions support the birthing of their vision. Her eight-week brand launch intensive helps people replace limiting beliefs and behaviors with thought patterns that keep them in alignment with their vision.
After over two decades of working in management for multibillion-dollar corporations and commanding 6-figure salaries in her early 20's, Vivian has learned success and perpetual goal-slaying doesn't always equal fulfillment. It's identifying what success means to you, setting intentions, and making the daily decisions that support your vision.
Vivian has helped clients start businesses, grow teams, hit sales goals, write books, launch entertainment careers, and even renew wedding vows.
A Detroit native who currently resides in Dallas, Texas, Vivian is a single mom of three, ages 21, 19, and 13, so she understands the importance of balance and carves out time to fellowship with friends, golf, meditate, and yoga regularly. Vivian is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., holds a BA in business, a therapy certification, and is an advanced trained PSYCH-K® facilitator.
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When: November 17, 2020, 5:30 – 7:30 Central Standard Time
Cost: No fee
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