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June's CHOL Conference Brings Together the World's Best on Improving Organizational Culture

JD Solomon will be speaking at this year's Community of Human and Organizational Learning (CHOL) Conference. The event is scheduled for June 13 -17, 2022, in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

JD's topic will include a session on human reliability titled "How Baseball Teaches Us Everything We Need to Know About Human Error." He will be conducting a half-day workshop on "Communicating to Decision Makers: How to Get Your Staff To Understand." The full conference agenda can be found at Agenda | CHOLearning.

The 2022 Conference will ask the attendees the right questions, provide the latest research, and teach practical tools to strengthen systems, renewing focus on positive organizational cultures.

  • Why is a healthy culture so critical to outcomes?

  • What does it take to create a paradigm shift away from a reactive mindset to that of a proactive one?

  • How can we leverage data, enhance current methodologies and analysis techniques to understand the likelihood of risk revealing areas for mitigation?

  • What must leaders learn and unlearn to create engagement and foster innovation while staying anchored with shared core beliefs, values, and work practices that help us in being high-reliability organizations?

  • What impact does cognitive diversity have on our culture and our performance?

The Community of Human and Organizational Learning provides a unique forum for professionals from diverse specialties to build resilient systems and engaged learning cultures. Founded in 1994, Its mission is to provide a collaborative setting for participants to share concepts and best practices related to continuous improvement initiatives - including human performance improvement, data analysis, root cause analysis, corrective action, and other organizational effectiveness assessment tools and techniques. Learn more about this year's global conference.


JD Solomon Inc provides services at the nexus of facilities, infrastructure, and the environment. Human factors and human reliability analysis are an integral part of our offerings related to Program & Major Project Development, Asset Management (including risk, reliability, and resilience), and Facilitation.


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