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STEP Forum - Change is Inevitable: How to Lead It (HHS Only)

How do you make a case for change? Change is a process and you can learn how to lead it. What strategies are effective in leading change, minimizing resistance, communicating effectively, building support and motivating others? Come learn the barriers and strategies for overcoming them, navigating around and through them to increase your chance of success in leading change.

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Thursday, October 18, 2012 9:00:00 AM EDT (-0400)

Derrick Tabor

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Runtime 120 minutes

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A Strong Workforce is an Inclusive Workforce: What Can YOU Do? (NIH Only)

NIH 2012 Disability Employment Awareness Month Program

The theme for the 2012 Disability Employment Awareness Program is “A Strong Workforce is an Inclusive Workforce: What Can YOU Do?” Mr. Kirk Bauer, J.D., Executive Director, Disabled Sports USA (DSUSA) is joining us as the keynote speaker. As a non-commissioned officer in the U.S. Army, Bauer lost a leg from a hand grenade during an ambush while serving in the Ninth Infantry Division in Vietnam in 1969. As DSUSA’s Executive Director, he has taken a small, all volunteer organization, and made it one of the nation’s largest sports and recreation organizations for physically disabled individuals, over 100 chapters nationwide, serving more than 60,000 people annually.

Disabled Sports USA is a national nonprofit, 501(c) (3), organization established in 1967 by disabled Vietnam veterans to serve the war injured. DSUSA now offers nationwide sports rehabilitation programs to anyone with a permanent disability. Activities include winter skiing, water sports, summer and winter competitions, fitness and special sports events. Participants include those with visual impairments, amputations, spinal cord injury, dwarfism, multiple sclerosis, head injury, cerebral palsy, and other neuromuscular and orthopedic conditions. Since the war in Iraq was declared, DSUSA has provided free sports rehabilitation instruction in over 20 different sports to the severely wounded service men and women returning from Iraq and Afghanistan with amputations, spinal cord and head injury, as well as blindness.

Other NIH program participants include Lawrence A. Tabak, DDS, Ph.D., Deputy Director, NIH; Debra Chew, J.D., Director, Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity Management; and Anne E. Sumner, M.D., CEB, Ethnicity & Health Section, NIDDK.

Thursday, October 18, 2012 11:00:00 AM EDT (-0400)

Kirk M. Bauer, JD, US Army-Retired, Executive Director, Disabled Sports USA

Runtime 60 minutes