This is a unique opportunity for “Protégés” or people who want to learn more about the ATDChi and professional topics to ask questions during a one hour session with a “Mentor”. There will be 3-4 people per Mentor. Registered Protégés will pre-submit three questions related to the talent development profession but spontaneous interaction may occur. Support documents will be provided.
Pre-registration by Monday, October 19th is required.
Registrants pre-submit your 3 questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
*You will receive an email on Tuesday, October 20th (if your event payment is paid in full) with the membership discount code you can use to deduct $20 from the regular student membership rate.
What’s a Road Show? It’s our latest chapter event format, during which we visit local icons in Talent Development.
In 1961, Fred Turner, McDonald’s former senior chairman and Ray Kroc’s first grillman, founded Hamburger University in the basement of a McDonald’s restaurant in Elk Grove Village, Illinois.
Some key facts:
At McDonald’s, their training mission is to be the best talent developer of people with the most committed individuals to Quality, Service, Cleanliness and Value (QSC&V) in the world. Their strong commitment to the training and development of their People has resulted in many “firsts” and honors, including being…
Rob is the Chief Learning Officer at McDonald’s Corporation. Rob joined McDonald’s in July 2014 and has responsibility for the overall learning and talent development strategy and execution across all 35,000 restaurants around the world.
Prior to his current role, Rob was the Vice President, Yum! University at Yum! Brands. In this role, he was responsible for leading the direction and strategy for Yum! University and its programs as well as providing learning leadership and strategy globally across the Yum! system.
Rob has been recognized multiple times by CLO Magazine for his work on achieving business impact, leading business change, learning technologies and global learning. He was most recently recognized as the 2013 CLO of the Year. He is frequently a participant in panel discussions, webinars, and learning profession related articles across the globe.
Rob holds a B.A. in Communications from the University of Scranton as well as an M.S. in Human Resources Development from Rochester Institute of Technology.
From gathering to creating to sharing eLearning content, staying current with the latest tools is difficult when you’re busy focusing on your day job. And what if management and learner expectations are high but your budget isn’t?
In this session, Jackie Zahn will illustrate fun and inexpensive tools that you can use to make your eLearning courses rock! She’ll provide real-world examples and practical ideas of how to effectively apply these tools to enhance learner retention and overall team communication. You may also have an opportunity to try out some of the free or very low-cost tools.
After attending this session, you will be able to:
An annual tradition to celebrate our chapter’s accomplishments. Plus, a toast to our generous volunteers and sponsors that contribute to the year’s successes!
The evening begins with
an hour of vibrant conversation, welcoming newcomers and seeing long-time colleagues. We’ll then sit down to a delectable plated 3-course dinner, continue exchanging thoughts and socializing in a more intimate gathering. At lastly, over our coffee and dessert, we will collectively applaud those who advance our great chapter year after year.
Be there to experience the excitement of two honorable awards. Fashionably presented are ATDChi's Volunteer of the Year and The Dr. Deborah Colky Workplace Learning & Performance Student Award winners.
Come join the festivities as wehonor our profession and the Chicagoland Chapter of ATD!
ATD Chicagoland Chapter2919 N. Halsted, Suite 3
Chicago, IL 60657
2015 Annual Sponsors