Passing Down Institutional Knowledge: Coaching, Mentoring & Storytelling

As baby boomers reach retirement age at a rate of 10,000 per day-- a trend likely to continue to 2030-- employers risk losing the wealth of information that these employees have developed about your organizations, projects, and clients.

What can you do to capture their expertise and unique stories – and to preserve the company culture and directional leadership at all levels of your organization? Learn how, through coaching, mentoring and storytelling, you can build a legacy in which passing along institutional knowledge is a key focus of organizational culture.

Mr Keith D Beatty, PE, FNSPE

Keith leads the Tulsa office, is an FNI Project Manager and a mentor. He is responsible for providing buildability reviews and QA/QC for all types of projects. As a past City Engineer and his years as a special project engineer Keith has experienced the loss of institutional knowledge with the ever-changing work force. Keith has also provided training and discussions with the Boy Scout Leaders in his Troop to continue the traditions. Keith is a registered Professional Engineer in Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri and Arkansas.

Stephanie Buckingham, APTD

Stephanie Buckingham is part of Freese and Nichols’ HR team, focusing on Organizational Development. She is responsible for designing and delivering training for Freese and Nichols employees, clients and community members in the areas where they serve. Her training focuses on Communication, Accountability, Personality Styles, Emotional Intelligence, and Ethics. Stephanie is a certified Crucial Conversations and Crucial Accountability trainer. She also serves on the Association for Talent Development’s Program Advisory Council for its annual conference.

Thursday, July 18, 2019
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1:30 pm
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2:25 pm
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Colonial Ballroom
Emerging Leaders Program (invitation only)
Leadership & Risk Management