Classic Residence by Hyatt to Present at the 2009 Fall CLO Magazine Symposium
Learn.com®, the leader in on-demand workforce development and productivity announced today that Judy Whitcomb, SPHR, and Assistant Vice President of Learning and Organizational Development at the Classic Residence by Hyatt® will present at the 2009 Fall CLO Magazine Symposium held in Colorado Springs, CO from September 28th – 30th.
Whitcomb has more the 15 years of experience in human resources and learning organizational development, as well as over 20 years of experience in the transportation, financial services, employee benefits and healthcare industries. Since joining Classic Residence by Hyatt, in just two years, Judy led implementation of a number of organizationally transformational learning initiatives including the launch of a robust Learn.com LMS with special learning centers developed for management development candidates, the sales organization and other key functions within the company, launch of a company-wide English as a second language program and new customer service and leadership training programs. Whitcomb is a certified Gallup Strengths coach and teaches human resources certification courses, and has significant experience in executive coaching and leading learning and organizational development strategies in organizations with geographically disbursed employees.
"I am looking forward to participating in the CLO symposium this year; and an interactive discussion with my colleagues on base marketing and communications practices. This will be a great experience for me and I am grateful for the opportunity,” said Judy, Assistant Vice President of Learning and Organizational Development at the Classic Residence by Hyatt.
“We are pleased that Classic Residence by Hyatt will be sharing their success stories with the audience at the CLO Symposium. We have the most successful and happy clients in the industry,” said Jim Riley, Chief Executive Officer at Learn.com.
About the 2009 Fall Chief Learning Officer Magazine Symposium
The 2009 Fall CLO Symposium, this year, is taking place at the Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, Colorado from September 28th through the 30th. It is an opportunity for market leaders to engage and motive their employees with focused development that allow them to deliver results and outperform the completion. CLO will have over 10 keynote speakers, discussion panels, networking opportunities and more. To learn more or register visit www.clomedia.com.
About Classic Residence by Hyatt
Classic Residence by Hyatt owns, manages, develops and markets upscale senior living communities from coast to coast. Founded by Chairman Penny Pritzker in 1987 the company has experienced rapid growth and emerged as a national leader in senior living. Classic Residence by Hyatt continues to grow by creating and managing retirement communities that enhance the lifestyles and address the needs of older adults. Learn more at www.hyattclassic.com.
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