OLYMPIA—Renee Smith, director of Workplace Transformation for the Governor’s Results Washington office will speak at the Interagency Committee of State Employed Women ICSEW, annual transition celebration. The event takes place from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. July 16 inside the Columbia Room at the state Legislature Building, 416 Syd Snyder Ave. in Olympia.
Admission is free and includes a catered lunch. Anyone interested in attending should register on Event Brite.
The transition celebration is one of the ICSEW’s largest events of the year. It celebrates the committee’s accomplishments over the past year and also serves as a way for the general public and perspective members to learn about the committee’s work. The event is filled with inspirational speakers and professional development activities. Perspective members and current members are encouraged to attend and bring guests and their agency sponsors.
Additionally, there will also be an induction ceremony of new ICSEW members and awards recognition for outstanding achievements of current members. The ICSEW will also honor outgoing members who have completed their terms of service.
About Renee Smith: As Director of Workplace Transformation at Results Washington, Smith champions a more humane and effective workplace through primary research, writing, and speaking on Making Work More Human by increasing love and decreasing fear in the workplace. Renée leads the development of services and resources for state leaders, teams, and organizations to make Washington State government workplaces more human.
Before joining Results Washington, Renée spent nearly seven years at the Department of Enterprise Services leading the Organization Development Services division that provided Lean Transformation Services and Change Excellence Services to DES and Government-to-Government Lean Consulting to other state and local governments.