Duke Energy Facilitator/Program Manager - Leadership Development Programs in Charlotte, North Carolina
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Manage and facilitate enterprise-wide programs offered through the Duke Energy Leadership Academy with a focus on leadership development offerings targeted to front-line and mid-level leaders.
Facilitate enterprise-wide offerings from the Duke Energy Leadership Academy
Facilitate program content through multiple delivery methods, virtual facilitation and face-to-face, and by utilizing virtual meeting technologies such as Webex and Teams
SME on content topics delivered to leadership from various business units within the enterprise
Analyze needs and propose solutions, plans and implements assignments, thinks strategically, anticipates needs, and demonstrates business awareness
Applies business skills, innovates, and drives results
Conduct train-the-trainer sessions to build a pool of adjunct trainers across the company to support scalable solutions
Manage and facilitate leadership programs, coordination of offerings either virtual, in-house, or off-site locations
Flexibility to lead individual contributor programs, also, to include aspiring people leader program and orientation classes
Ensure active participation in the classroom and on-the-job application for learning transfer (may deliver follow-up workshops to ensure sustainability)
Ensures engagement of participants in the classroom and models the flip-classroom approach through use of thought-provoking questions, experiential learning, utilization of classroom technology/applications, and by modeling excellent facilitation skills
Plan and manage program schedule and logistics for program facilitation from end-to-end including learning sustainability activities (dates, coordination of guest speakers, communications, invites, etc.)
Effectively communicates with class stakeholders and participants to assure alignment on pre-work activities and mitigate drops/no-shows
Provide feedback to guest speakers, facilitators, and adjunct facilitators to enhance their delivery skills
Deliver presentations to a variety of audiences across Duke Energy
Support the delivery of core leadership offerings and provides feedback for program revisions. Collaborates with other program facilitators and ensures content delivery aligns with Duke Energy’s culture
When facilitating programs, creates a productive climate for learning and discussion, supports and encourages participation, fosters self-discovery, helps group make connections/insights/decisions, and handles disruptive participants effectively
Prepares thoroughly for facilitation, uses adult learning principles, conducts learning activities/skill practices, gives feedback to participants, etc.
May support the delivery of employee offerings
Utilizes Cornerstone LMS (MyLearning) to manage sessions, load pre-work, upload/submit roster, enroll participants, run reports, etc. or coordinates with Learning Technology professionals to effectively do so
Assists in management of third-party learning vendor relationships to include material delivery, invoicing, alignment to master service agreement, while adhering to budget
Monitors relevant program data and informs stakeholders on performance and pertinent metrics
Hybrid – Work will be performed from both remote and onsite locations after the onboarding period. However, hybrid employees should live within a reasonable commute to a Duke Energy facility.
- High School/GED AND six (6) years minimum experience in the design/development of learning solutions
Bachelor Degree in Learning & Development, HR, Communications, or related field (a plus)
Demonstrated expertise in the facilitation of leadership development offerings, 5+ years’ experience
Minimum of 3 years’ experience working in a corporate learning and development department
Minimum of 3 years’ experience in leadership capacity
Strong interpersonal communication and excellent facilitation skills
Extensive experience facilitating classes to various audiences (face-to-face and virtual delivery)
Experience facilitating virtual instructor-led learning through WebEx, Microsoft Teams, etc.
Able to deliver program offerings to large scale audiences at different levels
Experience facilitating engaging virtual classes and extensive experience in leveraging various tools to keep learners engaged
High energy and stamina to deliver a large volume of offerings throughout the company
Leadership experience in a corporate environment
Excellent PC skills with demonstrated knowledge of Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, PowerPoint ant Teams experience
Experience with Learning Management Systems (Cornerstone), training support tools, a plus
Demonstrated oral and written communication and presentation skills for communicating information and addressing issues in a clear and effective manner to varying levels of employees and management
Demonstrated interpersonal and human relations skills, e.g., influencing skills and listening skills, to deal effectively with all levels of management and employees
Demonstrated analytical and problem-solving skills to analyze concerns/issues, develop logical conclusions and make appropriate recommendations based on data
Demonstrated project management skills to manage program offerings from end-to-end
Develop innovative, creative ideas to address complex training-related problems, concerns, and programs
Demonstrated ability to speak effectively to large and small groups and flexes style when necessary to meet the needs of the learner
Demonstrated ability to effectively facilitate group discussions and engage audience
Desire to maintain industry knowledge and pursue information regarding learning and development best practices
Serves as program manager. Effectively plans, schedules, coordinates, and monitors the activities of learning programs. Ensures that programs are completed on time, within budget and in accordance with business needs. Monitors status and makes necessary adjustments to plans and schedules, when needed.
Accountable for the effectiveness and impact of program offerings
Remains abreast of current and emerging learning and development practices, trends, and keeps up to date on best practice delivery methods.
Must be able to adapt to several roles: training, consulting, facilitating, and collaborating up, down, and across the organization.
Builds positive working relationships with colleagues, HR, participants, and clients through excellent interpersonal skills
Possesses ability to conduct work with global mindset to include respect for cultural differences, honoring different perspectives, expanding own awareness, adapting behavior to accommodate others, championing diversity and inclusion, and leveraging diverse contributions
Must deliver work with the highest level of integrity and ethics, consistently demonstrating respect to colleagues, customers, and other stakeholders
Keeps up to date with new virtual facilitation platforms and tools
Relocation Assistance Provided (as applicable) No
Represented/Union Position No
Visa Sponsored Position No
Posting Expiration Date
Monday, October 18, 2021
All job postings expire at 12:01 AM on the posting expiration date.
Please note that in order to be considered for this position, you must possess all of the basic/required qualifications.
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