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Wildrick-Addendum-9-10

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Wildrick-Addendum-9-10

  1. 1. Kate Wildrick, SPHR th 2717 SE 26 Ave., #2, Portland, OR 97202 Email: katewildrick@yahoo.com Day/Evening Phone: (503) 866-7081 ORGANIZATION
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 SUMMARY • Senior Human Resource Professional focused on aligning HR and strategic initiatives for the entire organization. • Expertise in organizational and long-range (strategic) planning; workforce planning; succession planning; talent management; goal setting; problem solving; organizational climate diagnosis; team building; group dynamics; managing organizational change; program/project planning; risk management; performance measures & metrics; issue and change management. • Experienced in the design, development and integration of performance and accountability systems including balanced scorecards. • Advanced understanding of various competency models. • 11 years of human resource management experience in union and non-union settings. Held strategic positions in a variety of small and large company environments, including high tech, business services, manufacturing and hospitality. BOOKS & PAPERS PUBLISHED • Article: The Gen-Factor: Creating a Winning Strategy for Recruiting IPMA-HR News, October 2009 • Article: Managing Generation “Why?” A Guide to Helping New Hires Succeed Association for Financial Professionals, June 2009 • Article: Addressing Generational Issues in the Workplace IPMA-HR News, September 2007. • Article: Strategic Importance of Workforce Planning IPMA-HR News, August 2007. • Article: Intergenerational Miscommunication in the Workplace Monster.com, May 2006. • Article: Managers Can Mend Intergenerational Miscommunication Monster.com, May 2006. • Podcast: Exclusive Interview with Kate Wildrick, Monster.com, May 2006. • White Paper: The Secrets of Recruiting and Retaining Generations X and Y. 2006. PRESENTATIONS & WORKSHOPS • Retaining Top Talent Through Talent Cultivation, Succession Planning Summit, American Strategic Management Institute, Washington, DC, June 2010 • Designing Safety for the Generations, Willamette Valley Safety Fest, Salem, OR, April, 2010 • Creating an Emerging Workforce Networking Group, Clackamas County, Portland, OR, February 2010. • Managing the Generational Mix in a Healthcare Environment. Providence Hospital, Portland, OR, November 2009 • Introduction to Advanced Workforce Planning. Clark College, Vancouver, WA, October 2009
  2. 2. • The Generational Impact of Workforce Planning. Northwest Human Resource Management (NHRMA) Annual Conference, Portland, OR, October 2009 • Introduction to Generations in the Workplace. Youth Employment Summer Program. Clark College, Vancouver, WA, September 2009. Stimulus money worked to help low- income and at-youth risk prepare for the workforce through this multi-week preparation course. This session was reported by the students to be the second most favored next to resume writing. • Workplace Culture Assessment & Team Building Consulting Project. Providence Hospital, Portland, OR, September 2009 through Present. st • The 21 Century Student. Pendleton School District Winter Workshop Series. Pendleton, OR, March 2009 • Managing the Generational Mix. Cascades West OCG, Albany, OR, February 2009 • Effectively Managing the Baby Boomers, Generation X and Y. Northwest Urological Society Annual Conference. Portland, OR, December 2008 • Managing the Generational Mix. Lincoln County Management Team Training Session. Newport, OR. December 2008 • Effectively Managing the Baby Boomers, Generation X and Y. Lincoln County Employer Council. Newport, OR, December 2008 • Attracting and Retaining Talent of All Ages. Clark College, Vancouver, WA, November 2008 • Mid-Atlantic Strategic Workforce Planning Conference & Symposium, Wilmington, DE, October 2008. Conducted training session for 20 agencies for the State of Delaware adopting a strategic workforce planning model a colleague and I had co-developed. We facilitated the adoption and inception of the program into the state as the primary model all workforce planning initiatives would follow. • Managing the Generational Mix. Clark College, Vancouver, WA, October 2008 • The Secrets of Recruiting and Retaining Generations X and Y. Northwest Human Resource Management (NHRMA) Annual Conference, Kennewick, WA, September 2008 • Connecting With Generation “Why:” Equipping GenNext with the Tools to Succeed in the Real World. Oregon Department of Education’s Annual Educator and Administrator Convention Summer Institute Program, OR, August 2008. • Managing the Generational Mix: Best Practices to Managing Talent of All Ages in a Global Environment. The World Bank Group, Annual Diversity Month, Washington, DC, March 2008. Examining the generational impact in the bank environment was a milestone event and was the first new groundbreaking initiative The World Bank Group has pursued in its Diversity and Inclusion program in several years. Successfully presented and led panel discussion. • Identifying Future Vacancies. Succession Planning Masters Conference, American Strategic Management Institute, Washington, DC, March 2008 • The Secrets to Attracting and Retaining Talent of All Ages. Clark College, Vancouver, WA, February 2008 • Managing the Generational Mix. Clark College, Vancouver, WA, February 2008 • Managing the Generational Mix. Talent Management Conference, American Strategic Management Institute, Washington, DC, February 2008 • Workforce Planning Masters: Advanced Workforce Planning, Workforce Planning Development, Workforce Analysis, Workforce Planning Tools & Best Practices. State of Delaware, Service Creek, OR, January 2008. • Loyalty for Three; The Secrets of Recruiting and Retaining Generations X & Y. Kaiser Permanente’s Annual Diversity Conference, San Francisco, CA, December 2007 Kate Wildrick, SPHR Addendum Page 2 of 3
  3. 3. • How to Attract Talent to Rural Utah, Utah Challenge Conference: Advancing the Workforce, Price, UT, December 2007 • Intergenerational Dynamics, Metro East Employer Council, Portland OR, November 2007 • Application Session: Strategic Tools for Succession Planning. Succession Planning Masters Conference, American Strategic Management Institute, Washington, DC, November 2007 • Understanding How Generations X and Y will Affect your Succession Plan. Succession Planning Masters Conference, American Strategic Management Institute, Washington, DC, November 2007 • The Secrets of Recruiting and Retaining Generations X and Y. Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) Annual Diversity Conference, Philadelphia, PA, October 2007 • Succession Planning Essentials. Succession Planning Masters Conference, American Strategic Management Institute, Washington, DC, October 2007 • Managing the Generational Mix in the Workplace, Tualatin Valley Employer Council, Beaverton, OR, September 2007 • Application Session: Strategic Tools for Succession Planning. Succession Planning Masters Conference, American Strategic Management Institute, Washington, DC, May 2007 • Understanding How Generations X and Y will Affect your Succession Plan. Succession Planning Masters Conference, American Strategic Management Institute, Washington, DC, May 2007 • Using Turnover and Vacancy Metrics to Predict Future Trends, HR Metrics, Metrics and Analytics Summit, American Strategic Management Institute, Orlando, FL, March 2007 • Managing the Generational Mix: Understanding HR’s Role, Lake Washington SHRM Chapter, Seattle, WA, March 2007 • Managing the Generational Mix, Western Washington Employer Council of Oregon, Hillsboro OR, February 2007 • Managing the Generational Mix, Western Washington Employer Council of Oregon, Hillsboro OR, January 2007 • Application Session: Strategic Tools for Succession Planning. Succession Planning Masters Conference, American Strategic Management Institute, Washington, DC, November 2006 • The Secrets of Recruiting and Retaining Generations X and Y. Downtown Employer Council, Portland OR, November 2006 • The Secrets of Recruiting and Retaining Generations X and Y. Metro East Employer Council, Portland OR, March 2006 • The Butterfly Effect: Understanding Employer and Employee Trends in the Changing Workplace, Utah State University, Logan, UT, June 2005 • The Butterfly Effect: Understanding Employer and Employee Trends in the Changing Workplace, Stevens Hennager Business College, Logan, UT, June 2005 • The Road to Success: Understanding the Relationship Between Workplace Trends and Personal Goals, Portland Community College, Portland OR, March 2005 Kate Wildrick, SPHR Addendum Page 3 of 3

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