Scott Carpenter enjoys management training, recruiting and helping people succeed in and enjoy their professions. He thoroughly enjoyed his first large training session; a safety class for 130 artillery, maintenance, culinary and truck driver soldiers. He has conducted numerous training sessions on a variety of leadership, management, supervisory and organizational topics since that event. Scott has earned an MBA with an emphasis in management from Millsaps College and the Senior Professional Human Resources and Achieve Global's Certified Trainer certificates. He is certified to evaluate the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Assessment and the Campbell Leadership Descriptor. He has coached youth soccer, enjoys cooking, completed the Kona Marathon and completed Warrior Dash events in 2013 and 2014.
This fictional story will shed some light on the often misunderstood world of organizational development (OD). Any manager who has successfully led a unit for more than a year has probably accomplished some amount of organizational development. Often, supervisors have accomplished organizational development within their units, also. Don’t let the term itself confuse you.
This is a story about a corporate Board of Directors meeting.
People often wonder what really happens behind the Board's doors and why they do the things they do. This story gives a glimpse of the dealings and why the meeting is secretive.
Are you a disciple of Jesus? What does it mean to be one of His disciples? This Bible study will explore some behaviors and beliefs we, as Disciples of Christ, should emulate. The challenge of the study is to be a better person; more holy, more empathetic, more Christ-like at the end of the study than you are now. The 10 lessons will take about an hour each and are discussion oriented.
This is an entreprenuerial story about a young man (the "Old Man") who started his own company and succeeded. He could not find a job after the Army; nor after completing an MBA. A friend asked him to help install equipment which led to other opportunities. The Old Man started his company by trying to solve problems and takes advantage of many opportunities. Relentless drive leads to success.