Invited Conference
Presentations

Philip S. Heller

Philip S. Heller

  • Presenting Truth To Power, Washington State Public Sector Conference On Performance Management, Olympia, WA, 2005
  • Aligning Agency and Individual Goals: The Role of Leadership, Washington State Public Sector Conference On Performance Management, Olympia, 2004
  • Collaboration at the Impasse, 7th Annual Public Sector Quality Conference, Olympia, 2002
  • Interests v Positions: The Difference That Integrates, Seattle Federal Executive Board, Career Dynamics Conference, Seattle, 1999
  • Participation in Groups, American Society for Training & Development, Puget Sound Chapter, Seattle, 1997
  • Graphic Display of Consensus, Association for Quality & Participation, Pacific NW Regional Conference, Seattle, 1991
  • The Value of Resistance, Association for Quality & Participation, Pacific NW Regional Conference, Seattle, 1989

Keynote Presentations

  • Managing Change, A Simulation, Metro Vehicle Maintenance All-Chiefs Meeting, Seattle, 2005
  • Leadership Influencing Resistance, Metro Vehicle Maintenance All-Chiefs Meeting, Seattle, 2003.
  • Moving Through the Phases of Change: Positive Image, Positive Action, Okanogan National Forest All-employee Gathering, Tonasket, WA, 1994
  • Understanding Personal Styles, Attachmate Marketing Department Conference, Bellevue, WA, 1992
  • Managing Resistance to New Ideas, US Forest Service Pacific NW Regional Wildlife Biologist Conference, Mt. Hood, OR, 1990
  • Healthy Partnerships, Opportunities from Differences, US Forest Service Pacific NW Public Affairs/Forest Pest Management Conference, Pendleton, OR, 1990
  • Effective Data Sharing, Some Rules of Thumb, US Forest Service Pacific NW GIS Conference, Bend, OR, 1990
  • Public Conflict Resolution, US Forest Service Pacific NW Regional Fire Staff Symposium, Pendleton, OR, 1989
  • Resistance to Voluntary Change, US Forest Service Pacific NW Region Quest Conference, Portland, OR, 1989
  • Networking to the Next Level: The Role of Mentoring in Career and Professional Development, US Forest Service Pacific NW Regional Engineering Conference, Newport, OR, 1988
  • Resistance to Change, US Forest Service Pacific NW Regional Public Affairs Officer's Conference, Fort Worden, WA, 1988
  • Working With Resistance: Applications to Uneven Age Management, Malheur National Forest All-Employee Gathering, John Day, OR, 1988

Conference Design

  • Designed three regional leadership conferences for US Forest Service senior forest supervisors, scientists and administrators to create a new vision, future role and policy
  • Designed, conducted public stakeholder input sessions at state-wide conferences in Washington, California and Mississippi for the National Geodetic Survey.
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