Mark Saddic

Jacqui Roush
February 27, 2017
Bill McCann
April 27, 2017

As Director of Learning and Organizational Effectiveness in CCI’s Talent Development Practice, Mark brings over 20 years of corporate experience as a recognized leader in learning & development with specializations in adult learning strategies and marketing. Mark works with companies to improve individual and team performance by creating organizational development and training solutions that maintain a line of sight to broader business goals.

Prior to joining CCI, Mark held leadership roles with some of the area’s most respected organizations where he aimed to create true partnerships between the learning team and his business clients. He specialized in creating training curriculum from the ground up and aligning learning objectives to business strategy. His areas of expertise include leadership development, sales and client relationship management, performance consulting, change management, and optimizing performance. Additionally, Mark has developed a curriculum blueprint process that helps his clients articulate needs and design multi-tiered, competency-based courseware that targets all levels of their organization.

Mark’s instructional design approach is rooted in behavior-based learning, meaning his training programs are created with an eye towards change. Coupled with a dynamic and engaging facilitation style, participants will have the tools they need to easily transfer what they learn in the training room back to the workplace.

In addition to his success in the talent development field, Mark has extensive business experience in the branding and marketing arena where he helped his clients articulate their business strategies. He has been recognized for his ability to facilitate and build consensus through creative problem solving and team activities.

Mark holds a Masters of Education in Organization Development from Temple University and is a member of the Association for Talent Development (ATD) and the Philadelphia Region Organization Development Network (PRODN).