Julie Jordan brings more than 25 years of experience in the field of organization development and training with a focus on change management, process improvement and instructional design. She is an accomplished workplace learning and development consultant, having created courses and programs for a range of industries including communications and finance. She has developed and managed several training departments and is passionate about making sure the right tools are in place to ensure the success of the individual and the organization.
As a workplace learning and performance analyst for US Bank, Julie has a wide variety of responsibilities ranging from guiding the design, development and deployment of eLearning courses, to establishing workplace surveys and educational programs. Working closely with business lines, Julie uncovers learning and development needs through careful and thoughtful questioning and analysis.
Previously, as an organizational development manager for WellPoint, Julie successfully developed and facilitated enterprise-wide change management workshops. She also conducted process improvement initiatives for large-scale systems migrations, and designed career development programs for succession planning. Utilizing various programs such as DiSC and Patrick Lencioni’s “Five Dysfunctions of a Team,” Julie brought together new teams during times of change, as well as teams that were in conflict.
Julie earned a bachelor’s degree in business and management and a master’s degree in instructional design with an emphasis in organization development, both from Alverno College in Milwaukee, WI. Julie currently teaches part-time at Alverno in both the undergraduate and graduate disciplines. Additionally, she has presented at ASTD TechKnowledge international conferences and local ASTD and ISPI chapters.