Organizational Development Round Table


Event Venue

Zoom Meeting

Registration Options
Round Tables are a complimentary Member Only Benefit. When Recertification Credit is offered, non-members may attend for a small fee of $25. Please note: Registration closes at 12 PM the day before the Round Table and onsite registrations cannot be accepted.

*Zoom links will be sent out the day before an event to those who have registered*

2021 Round Table Series Sponsor

Re-certification Credit Information
This session has been approved for 1 HRCI Credit Hour (HR General) and 1 SHRM PDC.


The Organizational Development Round Table is dedicated to the development of Organizational Development Professionals. Attendees discuss the unique issues and challenges associated with being an OD professional.

Be sure to join the Organizational Development community in HRConnect to continue the conversation.


All meetings occur through Zoom from 11:30 AM –1:00 PM

11:30 AM: Networking 
12:00 PM: Discussion/Presentation Begins
1:00 PM: Discussion/Presentation Concludes

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From Social Justice to Business Imperative: Current Trends and Practices in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

The Events of 2020 have heightened the demand for social justice in all aspects of our society.  Companies can no longer stand-on-the-sidelines, we have to take an active role in support of equity, diversity and inclusion.  As HR and Talent Leaders, we create the DEI strategies, tactics and blueprint for the organizations we support.  In our April Roundtable event, Joe Frodsham (President of CMP) will share their findings and practices for creating diverse and engaging work environments.  This will include:

  • Results from their December DE&I survey of key HR and Business Leaders.
  • Emerging talent practices to “turn the table” and build DE&I momentum within an organization.
  • Starting from the top and inside-out: A 3-Phased approach for coaching leaders for deeper awareness and commitment to DE&I.

Joe Frodsham
President, CMP
Prior to moving into the consulting world, Joe served as the Vice President of Talent and Senior Vice President of Human Resources for Tenet Healthcare, the largest publicly owned hospital chain in the United States. Before Tenet, Joe was the Global Director of Leadership Development at Whirlpool Corporation, helping the company achieve a national ranking as the 11th best company for leaders according to the annual Hewitt study. Joe also worked with Compaq Computer Corporation from 1996 to 2002, assuming a series of progressively larger roles, ultimately leading the staffing and organizational effectiveness functions. Joe earned his bachelor's degree in psychology and his master's degree in organizational behavior from Brigham Young University. He has published a number of articles, co-authored two seminal books on careers – Make It Work and Don’t Dread Monday, and is a speaker and recognized expert on careers, employee engagement, leadership development, organization development, and talent systems.

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