Hands-on experiential activities are what sets Bridget’s talent development apart from the rest. Her facilitation style focuses on improving communication to strengthen interpersonal relationships, resolve conflict and set the bar high for team morale. As a result, teams move forward and achieve their goals.
Recognized for her ability to tap into an individual’s leadership potential, Bridget brings enthusiasm and engagement to the learning environment. She has been recognized for her utilization of the ADDIE adult learning theory model including developing curriculum, facilitating workshops and creating job aids. Her workshops include: Write to be Remembered and Acing the Interview. Her training experience spans Southern California, Central Africa, West Africa and Southern China where she has coached adult and youth learners in for-profit and non-governmental organizations.
An active member of the Association for Talent Development (ATD), she currently serves as Co-Programs Director coordinating workshops for the San Diego chapter. She holds certificates in Return on Investment (ROI) and Train the Trainer. Her Masters in communication combined with post graduate instructional design coursework are the foundation of her strong facilitation and program development skills.