Speakers: Stephanie Gorbold, BCBA; Danika McGandy, BCBA; Myra Bertling, BCBA
When: Friday, October 26th @ 12 PM EST
Title: Do’s and Don’ts for Creating Scorecards: Panel Discussion
Scorecards are an objective way for employers to measure and work to improve performance across the various roles within their company. Performance Trajectory will be sharing their Do’s and Don’ts when it comes to creating Scorecards through lessons learned while developing and implementing Scorecards internally and with outside companies they are servicing. Following a 30-minute presentation, a 30-minute panel discussion will take place in which participants will be able to ask questions to the presenters in a discussion format.
Myra Bertling, MA, BCBA has been an ABA practitioner for the past 5 years. Prior to that, Myra worked for 12 years in the Early Intervention field as a Developmental Therapist and Evaluator. She has worked in clinic, school, and home-based settings and has recently dove into the realm of OBM working for Performance Trajectory for the past year. Performance Trajectory services companies looking to improve their organization across system, process, and performer levels through OBM techniques individualized for each company. Improving staff performance by applying ABA/OBM is a passion of hers!
Danika is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) specializing in Organizational Behavior Management (OBM) and working with individuals with autism. Danika joined GBC aba’s team in 2014 and helped launch Performance Trajectory in 2017. Throughout her time at GBC aba, Danika has worked as a Clinical Supervisor and Staff Trainer to directly support individuals with autism and their families and establish high clinical training standards throughout the organization. In January of 2018, Danika shifted her responsibilities to focus on operations, serving as the Chief Operating Office. Danika is passionate about maintaining a supportive environment where GBC aba’s clients and staff can grow to their full potential!
Prior to her experience at GBC aba, Danika received her master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. Danika has professional experience as a behavior analyst and consultant in school settings, in-home programs, and businesses.
The founder of GBC aba and Performance Trajectory, Stephanie is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst specializing in Organizational Behavior Management (OBM), and the treatment of children and adults with autism and developmental disabilities. She has been working with this population since 1999. Stephanie has professional experience as a behavior analyst, special educator, and behavioral consultant in school settings, in-home programs, adult day programs, residential programs, and business. Stephanie received her master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
In March 2013, she founded GBC aba to meet the growing need for quality ABA services. She is passionate about helping transform the lives of her clients and their families through a progressive approach to ABA. Her research interests include the clinical implementation of empirically-validated treatment techniques, OBM, ABA for health and fitness, and behavioral gerontology. She has presented her research at the annual international professional conference for ABA (ABAI) and is continually looking for more speaking, presenting, and training opportunities.
Stephanie currently serves as a board member and the president-elect for the Illinois Association for Behavior Analysis (ILABA). She is also a professional member of Applied Behavior Analysis International (ABAI), the OBM Network, the ABA Health Sports and Fitness Special Interest Group (SIG), and the Behavioral Gerontology SIG. Through her education and training she has acquired a solid foundation in advocacy, outreach, community organizing, and administration.
Registration Instructions: If you are a member, the reservation fee is covered as a benefit of your membership.