Joe was a line marketer and global training leader at P&G throughout his 19 year career. During his six years in Brand Management, Joe won the Company’s Goldstein Award for best worldwide advertising campaign. After this, he created the P&G Marketing University program, an industry gold-standard program featured in Advertising Age and the International Herald-Tribune. Joe then led P&G’s corporate Global Learning & Development group, with responsibility for the Company’s 125,000+ employees worldwide. As part of this work, Joe led the development of P&G’s training program to support the Company’s $54 billion Gillette merger.
- Training strategy development – needs assessment, priority setting, performance measures, learning organization and curriculum design
- Training design – learning objectives, training vehicle selection, content and activity creation
- Training delivery – classroom and remote methods, “Train the Trainer” programs to equip internal trainers, and subject-matter experts to effectively lead training on their own
- Knowledge Management – strategic planning, technology selection, coaching of knowledge-management community leaders, and incentives for knowledge-sharing
|2006 – 2011||Associate HR Director, Procter & Gamble Global Learning & Development|
|2000 – 2005||Associate Marketing Director, Procter & Gamble Marketing University|
|1998 – 2000||Brand Manager, Procter & Gamble MarketingNet and VideoNet|
|1992 – 1998||Brand Management Positions, Procter & Gamble U.S. Laundry & Cleaning Products|
- American Society for Training and Development
- The Conference Board. Past Member, Executive Council for Talent, Organization and Development.
- Marketing Science Institute. Past Member, Marketing Education Roundtable.
- Indiana University Alumni Association. Chairman, Alumni Endowment Committee.
MA (2012), Pastoral Ministry, The Athenaeum of Ohio
MBA, Management and Organizations, Indiana University
BS, Management and Organizations, Indiana University