Accolades–especially from industry leaders–are a meaningful reminder of work done well.  
  viagra 100mg canadian pharmacy IL diversity councilIllinois’ Most Powerful and Influential Women Dr. Pam was recognized at the Illinois Diversity Council’s 2015 Women’s Conference as one of Illinois’ Most Powerful and Influential Women. The award is granted annually to women who have not only achieved personal success but have made it possible for others to more easily follow in their footsteps. The Women’s Conference provides a statewide forum for the women of Illinois to network and grow in their knowledge of leadership and professional development. The theme of this year’s event was “Women as Game Changers: Orchestrating Business Success Today and in the Future.”
using revatio instead of viagra shrm logo1Leading Learner | HR Magazine | May 2015 Dr. Pam was profiled in the May issue of HR Magazine, published monthly by the Society for Human Resource Professions (SHRM).  The special issue, focused on Learning and Development, identifies Dr. Pam as a Leading Learner who understands that a learning culture is good for business.
acheter viagra generique en europe Screen Shot 2014-10-13 at 1.22.53 PMLearning in Practice Award Winner Dr. Pam was honored by Chief Learning Officer magazine with a Silver Learning in Practice award in the Business Impact category. This award recognizes her work on Hospira’s workforce development and culture transformation programs.  
cialis generico donde comprar Learning In Practice Award FinalistPrint Dr. Pam is honored to be a finalist in the Business Impact category of the Learning In Practice Award, given to learning executives who have demonstrated exceptional business impact through their workforce development programs.  Considered one of the highest honors in the workforce development field, the Learning In Practice Awards recognize Chief Learning Officers for their leadership in developing and executing enterprise education initiatives.

“The Learning In Practice awards were launched 11 years ago to call attention to the individuals and organizations that not only raise the bar for workforce development but also raise awareness of its power as a business driver and competitive advantage,” said Mike Prokopeak, editor-in-chief of Human Capital Media, which publishes Chief Learning Officer magazine.