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June 1, 2011
Each year, the Classified Personnel Council recognizes a person or groups that have significantly contributed to state-classified employees at CSU through systemic change. Systemic change is not only a one-time accomplishment but the establishment of policies or actions that create a supportive work environment.
The award recognizes efforts that can be considered and should be promoted as "best practices" in fostering employee performance.
This year's award was presented at CPC's Recognition Luncheon on May 10 to the Office of the Vice President for Research for forming the Organizational Development and Learning Assessment (ODLA) Team.
Since Fall 2009, the ODLA team has moved quickly to significantly contribute to state-classified and administrative professional employees. The team meets approximately twice a month to promote professional development, employee recognition, and staff events. The ODLA team, comprised of a state-classified or administrative professional representative from each of the six divisions plus the OVPR, is chaired by Margaret Saldana, Organizational Development and Learning Assessment coordinator.
The efforts of the ODLA team has resulted in building a strong foundation for open communication, increased awareness for professional development and learning opportunities, and increased employee recognition efforts.
ODLA team members: Margaret Saldana, Chair; Amber Lawson, IDRC; Lon Kendall, LAR; Marty Welsch and Denise Ostmeyer, OVPR; Corey Broeckling, Carolyn Broccardo, PMF; Diane Rees, Ron Splittgerber, Research Services; Renee Ikemire, RICRO; Doug Leavell, Staci Folot, Sponsored Programs.
Contact: Farrah Bustamante