Give the Gift of Better Business Communication This Year

November 23, 2015 in Dale Ludwig, Greg Owen-Boger, News, Posts for Buyers, The Orderly Conversation

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So… no matter where your friends, family and co-workers are in their career, why not give them something they can really use?

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Don’t just take our word for it. Here’s what others have put in writing:

Where was this book when I was starting out?!?”
Pamela Meyer, Ph.D., Author, “From Workplace to Playspace: Innovating, Learning and Changing for Dynamic Engagement”

“I’m buying several copies for my colleagues.”
Nick Rosa, Managing Director, Sandbox Industries

“Spread the word, gentlemen. If I had my way, your text would be required reading in every business school in the land.”
Robert Lane, Director, Aspire Communications

“I wish I’d had this book earlier in my career.”
Blaine Rada, “America’s Greatest Thinker,” The Great American Think-Off

“You will use what you learn in The Orderly Conversation in the office, at home, and really anywhere the stakes are high and you need to get business done.”
Antonia Fico, Director, Performance Solutions, US Cellular

Turpin Leadership to Host/Moderate Chicagoland’s Annual January ATD Chapter Event

January 6, 2015 in News, Talent Development, Training, Uncategorized

January 15th is going to be a big day for Dale Ludwig and Greg Owen-Boger, Turpin Communication’s leadership duo. They will be intimately involved with the annual January meeting of the Association for Talent Development, Chicagoland Chapter (ATDChi).

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greg_owen_boger_300Greg, who also serves as its President, will host the event. Dale will moderate a panel discussion with the topic of “Earning L&D’s Seat at the Decision-Making Table.”

dale_ludwig_300“As consultants, we’re often called in to assess the effectiveness of our clients’ trainers and programs. We see a lot of effective and not-so effective behaviors, both inside and outside the training room. So, I have a good idea for the whys and why-nots of earning a seat at the table,” said Dale. “It will be interesting to hear what others have to say.”

The panel is made up of four impressive individuals that serve the Learning & Development field in a variety of ways. They are:


Barry Altland

Author and Thought Leader at Head, Heart and Hands Engagement Collective, Past President of ATD, Central Florida Chapter

Specialty: Learning and Organizational Development, Volunteer Engagement and Leadership

www.linkedin.com/in/barryealtland



Terri Pearce, SPHR

Board Member ATD National and Executive Vice President, Human Resources, (with a seat at the table) at HSBC North America

Specialty: Learning, Talent, Resourcing and Organizational Development, and Succession Planning

https://www.linkedin.com/pub/terri-pearce-sphr/16/162/8a2



Pamela Meyer, Ph.D.

Director, Center to Advance Education for Adults at DePaul University School for New Learning, Speaker, Consultant and Author of “From Workplace to Playspace: Innovating, Learning and Changing Through Dynamic Engagement.”

Specialty: Organizational Agility and Innovation
www.linkedin.com/in/pamelameyerphd



Deb Pastors, MS, MOB

President of Education Development Growth Enterprises and Past President of CCASTD

Specialty: Leadership and Organizational Development

www.linkedin.com/pub/deb-pastors/15/b0a/b72


The event, which will be at Fountain Blue in Des Plaines, promises to be full of interesting conversations and excellent networking opportunities.

To register for the event, visit: www.atdchi.org

Give the Gift of Effective Business Communication

November 24, 2014 in Author, Dale Ludwig, Greg Owen-Boger, Presentation, Talent Development, The Orderly Conversation

Give the gift of The Orderly Conversation30% Off Your Entire Order

We’ve been told time and again: “I wish I’d had this book earlier in my career.”

So… no matter where your friends, family and co-workers are in their career, why not give them something they can really use?

Use promo code gift2014

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Offer expires Dec. 21, 2014

Don’t just take our word for it. Here’s what others have put in writing:

Where was this book when I was starting out?!?”
Pamela Meyer, Ph.D., Author, “From Workplace to Playspace: Innovating, Learning and Changing for Dynamic Engagement”

“I’m buying several copies for my colleagues.”
Nick Rosa, Managing Director, Sandbox Industries

“Spread the word, gentlemen. If I had my way, your text would be required reading in every business school in the land.”
Robert Lane, Director, Aspire Communications

“I wish I’d had this book earlier in my career.”
Blaine Rada, “America’s Greatest Thinker,” The Great American Think-Off

“You will use what you learn in The Orderly Conversation in the office, at home, and really anywhere the stakes are high and you need to get business done.”
Antonia Fico, Director, Performance Solutions, US Cellular