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Resume for David H. for HR / Recruiter / Biotechnology & Pharmaceuticals in Andover, Massachusetts

Occupation: HR / Recruiter Industry: Biotechnology & Pharmaceuticals
Country: United States City: Andover
State: Massachusetts ZIP: 01810

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Andover, MA
Summary: Practitioner in varied industries, repeatedly exceeding expectations in the areas of
learning and organizational effectiveness, talent management, coaching, managing, and consulting.
Specialized in establishing/revamping learning and organization development functions to align with
company strategic imperatives. Advisor and facilitator of small to largescale reorganizations.
Ed.M., Harvard Graduate School of Education, Cambridge, MA
B.A., Psychology, Boston University, Boston, MA
Certified Professional in Learning and Performance, ASTD, Alexandria, VA
Yellow Belt, Lean Six Sigma, Charles River Laboratories, Wilmington, MA
Personal and Professional Coaching, Specialized Graduate Studies, Cambridge College,
Cambridge, MA
Instructor, Innovative Teamwork TraintheTrainer, Synectics, Cambridge, MA
Organizational Development, Ibis Consulting Group, Inc., Cambridge, MA
Instructor, Interaction Management, Developmental Dimensions International, Pittsburgh, PA
Human Resources Administration, Bentley University, Waltham, MA,
Independent Learning and Organizational Consultant, Andover, MA
Provide organization and individual talent development services and tools.
o Design and facilitate strategic retreat for life sciences company
o Provide career counseling with over MBA and MIB participants at international business school
o Mentor Harvard graduate students as member of Student Alumni Mentoring Initiative
Charles River Laboratories, Wilmington, MA
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Global provider of products and services to worldwide, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, government,
and academic organizations for all stages of drug discovery and development with ,+ employees
in countries.
Senior Director, Learning and Organizational Effectiveness
First incumbent in this new global role. Operated at CEOChairman and officer levels to spearhead
talent management strategies, tools, and programs. Presented progress updates to Board of Directors.
Oversaw Communications and Contract Training functions.
o Facilitated and advised global sales and marketing business strategy resulting in new
organization alignment, role definitions, compensation structure, and increased sales in academia
o Designed and delivered change management sessions for Lean SixSigma Belts
o Developed and implemented first global executive leadership competency models
o Led degree feedback process at officer and director levels with HR Partners
o Implemented Plateau multirater online technology for worldwide cascade of degree process
o Reframed and implemented hipotential selection, development, and succession planning efforts
from a functional stovepipe focus to crossorganizational Future Leaders strategy
o Directed improvements to internal global communications program using multiple media
DAVID J. H. Page of
PfizerWyeth Pharmaceuticals, Andover, MA
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Global company of over , employees providing innovative pharmaceutical, biotech, and
vaccines technologies.
Director, Central Training: Biotech Manufacturing
Startup role as new member of Quality Leadership Team with responsibility for forming and
a central compliance learning program for two biotech manufacturing sites.
o Employed holistic OD framework to revamp biotech compliance manufacturing training
o Integrated dispersed resources to form a central training unit of trainers and managers
o Forged learning methodology to a blended approach with emphasis on first eLearning launch
o Advanced instructional design from ‘fundamental’ to graduate level in partnership with UMass
o Shaped training career progression ladder serving as a model for international replication
o Conceptualized and initiated cascading coaching methodology at two U.S. sites
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA
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Worldclass educational institution for advancement of knowledge in science, technology, and
other areas of scholarship.
Organizational Effectiveness Consultant
Transition role as internal consultant, coach, instructional designer and facilitator.
o Facilitated process redesign teams for SAP enterprise systems implementation
o Coached executives for LeadertoLeader program
o Designed and delivered change management program for Biology Department
o Designed and conducted coach training for MIT Community Catalyst Leadership Program
Bank of America Fleet, Boston, MA
Seventh largest U.S. financial services company rapid growthby acquisition with ,
and $ billion in assets.
Director, Human Resource Development / /
Promoted from operations to this lead role in headquarters with accountability to EVP and CIO
Revamped and directed Northeast training team for , employee technology and operations
o Developed and managed new leaders development program with high potential graduates
to feed IT and operation succession pipeline
o Realigned and coached interstate training team for technical, project management and
other organizationwide employee development initiatives
o Created and implemented strategic training plans aligned with business strategies
o Instituted webbased learning solutions for English language and technical skills
o Managed and enhanced comprehensive vendorresourced project management training
o Sponsored efforts to acquire four government training grant awards over $ million
o Managed organizationwide employee survey process with % participation
o Raised the bar on training delivery standards from . to . rating
Senior Training Manager Consumer and Wholesale Operations / /
First incumbent of new role charged with improving dispersed operations training efforts. Leader by
o Established cross functional training managers council to maximize interorganizational
resources and approaches
o Implemented consistent training plan and orientation for mergers and acquisitions
o Improved statement rendering and check processing error rates % with Accurate Data
DAVID J. H. Page of
Private Healthcare Systems, Waltham, MA
Director, Corporate Learning Services, Human Resources Promotion
/ /
Director, Learning Services Business Operations
/ /
o Developed training infrastructure for large scale new systems and process redesign
NSTAR Boston Edison Company, Boston, MA
Senior Organization Development Consultant
/ /
Senior Human Resources Business Partner Promotion
/ /
Senior Training Specialist
/ /
o Led IT, HR, and OD structure and process redesign teams using Galbraith Star Model
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA
/ /
Senior Training & Organization Development Specialist
o Led design, development and implementation of hospitalwide leadership development
initiative; provided OD consultation
Authored “Cascading Coaching: Building a Culture of Peer Development” OD Practitioner, /
Reprinted International Journal of Mentoring and Coaching, Volume V, Issue , /
Reprinted Peer Resources, Bulletin No. , /
Coauthored “Establishing Learning Contracts at Wyeth BioPharma” White paper, October,
Authored “The Need to Simplify Leadership: Part I and Part II”,, April,
Led team nominated for Wyeth’s Best Practice Award for Macro Overhaul of Training

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