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LATEST PRESS FEATURES
Karan Ferrell-Rhodes presented on high potential leadership development at the 2017 Nonprofit & Talent and Culture Summit, April 5-7 in Washington, D.C.
Karan Rhodes presented on high potential leader development at SHRM- Atlanta’s 2017 SOAHR Conference on how organizations can better empower and develop their high potential and next-gen leaders!
- 11/18/20 Karan was a featured panelist at the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance’s DEI town hall on “How Systemic Racism Plays a Role in Our Professional Community.” Link to overview.
- 11/11/20 Karan published an article on Forbes: Three Strategies For Leaders Addicted To Both Success And Fear Of Failure
- 8/11/2020 CEO, Karan Ferrell-Rhodes’ was a presenter at Talent Revealed, a virtual conference hosted by Big Bend SHRM. She spoke on the advantages of incorporating design thinking in Human Resources and hosted a mini-hackathon on diversity & inclusion.
- Karan’s first featured article in Forbes.com was published: Want Productive Working Parents During The Pandemic? Help Them Cope With School Reopening Plans
- 8/01/2020 Karan Rhodes was a featured speaker at the Dare to Dream Virtual Summit.
- 11/05/2019 CEO, Karan Ferrell-Rhodes’ advice is featured on Forbes.com: Defining, And Achieving, Goals: Six Actionable Steps Leaders Can Take
- 10/22/2019 SDL launched the Atlanta chapter of the hr.hackathon alliance. Over 50 HR practitioners hacked a challenge about engaging and retaining Millennials.
- 08/06/2019 PRESS RELEASE: 2019 ScaleHR Human Resources Conference Speaker Line-up Confirmed
- 03/25/2019 CEO, Karan Ferrell-Rhodes led a pre-conference workshop at SHRM-Atlanta’s 2019 SOAHR Conference, entitled, “Delivering Compelling Influence at Work”.
- 02/27/2019 CEO, Karan Ferrell-Rhodes spoke at Church’s Chicken Women’s Leadership Forum on tactics women can use to help accelerate their career goals.
- 06/12/2018 CEO, Karan Ferrell-Rhodes led a breakout session at SHRM-Jacksonville’s HR Conference, entitled, “Is Your Org Unintentionally Sabotaging your HIPO Talent?”
- 04/17/2018 CEO, Karan Ferrell-Rhodes led a breakout session at SHRM-Atlanta’s 2018 SOAHR Conference, entitled, “Is Your Org Unintentionally Sabotaging your HIPO Talent?”
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The African Library Project: (http://africanlibraryproject.org)
Education is one of the keys to building more self-sustainable communities in areas in need. However, in rural communities across the globe, where access to the internet is limited at best, physical books are the window to what is possible and are an agent of change.
The African Library Project collects and recycles high quality books into small sustainable libraries in rural Africa, where books are in short supply.
By partnering with fellow passionate global collaborators, Shockingly Different Leadership joins The African Library Project in celebrating 10 years of building over 1750 libraries in countries like Ghana, Sierra Leone, Lesotho, Malawi, South Africa, Botswana and Swaziland!
How you can help: Incorporated into many of our programs, is a social leadership component, where our participants are given a real-life challenge to help a featured charity, like The African Library Project.
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