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Vicki Tardino

Vicki M. Staebler Tardino is a Program Leader at the Boeing Leadership Center in St. Louis, where her primary focus is on the development of senior managers and executives.  Prior to Boeing, she held executive leadership positions at Maritz and Ameren, with responsibility for enterprise-wide leadership development, organization effectiveness, and the design of talent management processes.  Vicki has also worked in internal and external consulting capacities supporting a variety of public, non-profit, and government organizations.  Her passion is in the design and implementation of systems and processes to identify and develop leaders, with an emphasis on developing leaders through experience. 

Outside of Boeing, Vicki teaches in the Organizational Leadership and Development masters program at Maryville University and serves on the Developing Organizational Leadership Capabilities Advisory Board for the Institute for Human Resources and as Past President for the St. Louis Organization Development Network.  She has also served two terms on the executive team of Gateway Industrial/Organizational Psychologists.

Vicki earned a Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology (Saint Louis University), MA in Applied Psychology (Southern Illinois University-Carbondale), and BA in Psychology (University of Massachusetts-Amherst), and is currently pursuing graduate work in Executive and Professional Coaching (University of Texas-Dallas).  She is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources.

Presentation: Equipping Line HR Professionals to Drive Experience-Based Development

Abstract:  Succession management has become routine for many organizations, including planning key developmental experiences for critical talent. At the same time, many neglect the smaller ways to make experience-based leadership development a way of life, day-to-day. This presentation will describe an approach to working with HR to address this opportunity.

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