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Tue 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM

Learning the LDI method will help your business get the full ROI out of the investment of software and integration into your business processes. Discover the impact that LDI can have on Process Improvement within your business as well as easy SOP development strategies. Business owners, IT professionals, Management staff and Project Managers will greatly benefit from this session.

Speaker(s): Tina Macon Tina Macon has over 25 years of experience in the Organizational Development and Business Coaching arena assisting businesses and organizations in the areas of Business Design, Human Capital Management design and operations, Conflict Analysis and Correction Strategies, Executive Coaching, and Training. As President and Senior Consultant of AllMac & Associates, LLC some of the clients Tina has partnered with include Xavier University, the YWCA of Hamilton, 1628ltd, Arauco- NA, Greater Cincinnati Water Works, The Free Store Food Bank, Small Business Development Council (SBDC) of Hamilton County, and Cincinnati Public Schools. Tina has a Master of Arts in Conflict Analysis and Engagement from Antioch University McGregor and a Bachelor of Science in Labor and Human Resources Management from The Ohio State University. Also, she is certified in EQi, DISC and Kauffman Fasttrac. Tina is active in the community serving on the Hamilton County Commission on Women and Girls, Bizwomen Cabinet Director, active member on the Advisory Boards for the Children’s Museum, The Women’s Fund, and WBECORV, and The Center for Emotional/Social Learning. She also serves as Forum Luncheon Co-chair for WBECORV in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Co-Sponsor(s): with special guest- Lindsey Crabtree of Structured Inc.

Fee: No Cost

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