Dr. Gia Suggs, author of "Onboarding: A Flightplan for Taking Your Workforce to New Heights," will be the guest speaker at this edition of the Flipping Training with Technology Professional Development Network.
This PDN is focused on using technology in simple yet creative ways to improve learning retention for adult learning in the workplace. Each session features an expert in using technology in workplace training or flipped training for workplace. Meetings are held at Roosevelt University's Chicago Campus.
There’s a lot of talk in the industry about getting a seat at the decision-making table. But what does that really mean? What did the people who are already there do to get their seat? What are they doing to stay there? What can we all learn from them? And what, if anything, is getting in our way?
Join us Thursday, January 15 for this very exciting and distinguished panel.
The evening’s discussion will start with a brief State-of-the-Chapter report from President, Greg Owen-Boger, which will be followed by the panel discussion.
It’s a new year. Let’s get it started in the right seat and at the right table.
Author and Thought Leader at Head, Heart and Hands Engagement Collective, Past President of ATD, Central Florida Chapter
Specialty: Learning and Organizational Development, Volunteer Engagement and Leadership
Pamela Meyer, Ph.D.
Director, Center to Advance Education for Adults at DePaul University School for New Learning, Speaker, Consultant and Author of “From Workplace to Playspace: Innovating, Learning and Changing Through Dynamic Engagement.”
Specialty: Organizational Agility and Innovationwww.linkedin.com/in/pamelameyerphd
Deb Pastors, MS, MOB
President of Education Development Growth Enterprises and Past President of CCASTD
Specialty: Leadership and Organizational Development
Dale Ludwig, Ph.D. (Moderator)
Founder and President of Turpin Communication, Co-author of “The Orderly Conversation: Business Presentations Redefined”
Specialty: Interpersonal and Group Communication, Executive Coaching
**Please only register for this event if you are a board member of an ATD Chapter, or invited to attend by a board member of the chapter you belong to. Thanks!**
Ken Phillips and Sarah Harris Jeffcoat, National Advisors to Chapters (NAC) for the Upper, Central, and South Midwest areas, are collaborating with ATD Chicago to bring you a winter solstice ... in the form of a Chapter Leader Retreat!
The date for this event is Saturday, January 17th.
Session #1: “What It Takes to More Deeply Engage Your Chapter’s Volunteers”
Facilitator: Barry Altland, ATD Central Florida Chapter, Past President
Session #2: “The 35-50% Gap: How Will You Fill It?”
Facilitator: Greg Damron, St. Louis Chapter President and ATD Partnership Team member
A facilitated breakout session on the 2015-2016 joint membership pilot to:
Matt Elwell, CPLP has specialized in using improvisation and other interactive approaches to making live training more impactful for over 10 years. Over the course of this interactive experience, Matt will share his perspective on what makes a great icebreaker, how to facilitate icebreakers with excellence, and how icebreakers translate into value for learners.
Association for Talent Development, Chicagoland Chapter
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