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L&D / HR Virtual Panel & Discussion
L&D / HR Virtual Panel & Discussion

Wed, May 06


Panel is hosted via Zoom

L&D / HR Virtual Panel & Discussion

Leading a team through unexpected change is often chaotic and emotionally draining on our HR and L&D teams. Join our team of L&D Expert Consultants to receive support through an interactive panel and a group Q&A discussion. Please note: This workshop is for HR/LD leaders within organizations only.

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Time & Location

May 06, 2020, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM PDT

Panel is hosted via Zoom

About the Event

Please note: This workshop is for HR, Learning and Development, Organizational Effectiveness and Organizational Development leaders within organizations only (not private consultants or L&D firms).

Leading a team through unexpected crisis and change is often chaotic and emotionally draining on our HR and L&D teams. This session hosted by Collective Gain Founder Lizzie Alberga and the Collective Gain team of L&D Expert Consultants is to provide support to HR/Org Dev/L&D leaders through an interactive panel, group Q&A discussion and, importantly, an acknowledgment of the personal demands this is abrupt shift has caused. 

Attend to gain some insight from other top industry leaders, get your questions answered, feel supported by other professionals dealing with similar challenges, share wins/what's working, and commit to coming together to slow down and recognize this present moment in time. 

Please note: All workshop times are listed in PST. 

The Panel of Experts:


Deanna Senior

Deanna Siegel Senior, PhD, is a certified executive coach and accomplished Head of Talent with more than two decades of experience coaching high-performing leaders and teams. In her coaching practice, she specializes in executive transitions and focuses on how the most effective executives inspire their teams through authentic leadership and radical candor.  

Brooks Darrah

Brooks holds a Masters in Organization Development and has a PhD in Human and Organizational Systems.  For 10 years Brooks has coached people in organizations to achieve measurable results. She is recognized as an expert in transformational change and team collaboration, which evolved from 25 years of hands-on business leadership, published research, and mentoring in the sectors of entertainment, IT and HR.  She has led major leadership development initiatives for organizations such as Toyota, AECOM, 20th Century Fox, Sony, and the City of Los Angeles.  

Madeline Schmidt

Madeline holds a Masters in Psychology and has had the benefit of working in the “inside,” as the Head of Talent & Leadership Development for growth companies in a variety of industries such as sales, e-commerce, real estate and development, hospitality, and financial services. She has developed and coached thousands of individuals, high potentials, emerging leaders, and executives in leveraging their current strengths, developing new strengths, shifting mindsets and approaches to achieve personal and professional goals, and uncovering blind spots that get in the way of growth and success.  

Jill Rafia

Jill holds a degree in Psychology, a Masters degree in HR, and a Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certification, as well as being a certified coach.  She has 15 years of experience working for Fortune 100 companies in change management, organizational development and M&A strategy.  Jill uses her naturally inquisitive yet supportive style to explore the tough questions that others may avoid, provide an objective perspective, and co-create actions to support achieving the client's goals.


Natalie Underdown

Natalie Underdown, Ph.D. is an Organizational Psychologist and professional Executive Coach with over 15 years of experience working across Tech, Healthcare, Fashion and Entertainment where she was a Corporate HR Executive, focused on Inclusive Leadership, Organizational Development, and Employee Engagement.

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