Speaker: Lance Dublin

Lance Dublin has been an advocate for innovative approaches to learning and change throughout his career. He went from designing a weeklong "Experiment in Free Form Education" program in high school to co-founding one of the nation's first fully accredited 'University Without Walls'. Later recognizing the impact of new user-centered technologies on people, business and learning, he founded and built Dublin Group, a company which became a leader in improving individual and organizational performance and implementing large-scale change. Lance is now an independent management consultant, international speaker and author based in San Francisco, California and serving clients world-wide. He specializes in strategy development, program design, and implementation for corporate learning, change management, and organizational development initiatives. He brings to his work more than 30 years' experience in adult education and training, communication and change leadership, and motivation and innovation. He is the co-author of the capstone book in ASTD's e-learning series, "Implementing e-Learning" and has contributed chapters and articles to numerous other books and professional publications. Lance was Founder and CEO of Dublin Group from its formation in 1983 until he sold the company in 1998. Under his leadership this company became recognized for its innovative solutions to improving individual and organizational performance and effective approaches to successfully implementing large-scale change initiatives. Prior to this, Lance was the founder, Dean, and later Provost of Antioch University/West, an innovative accredited bachelor's and master's degree program serving 1,000 students in the western states and Hawaii.

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  • Full Name
    Lance Dublin
  • Job Title
    Chief Solutions Architect, Dublin Consulting

Activities
Webinars, Recordings, Resources, Groups, Conference Presentations

April 13, 2011 - Re-engaging and Retaining Your Top Talent - Webinar Path2x apply small

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