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    • July 08, 2020
    • (EDT)
    • August 12, 2020
    • (EDT)
    • 2 sessions
    • Zoom Digital Encounter
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    eLearning Sig

    TechSpace is our monthly eLearning Super Interesting Group or SIG which is an informal online meeting with those that want to learn or share a passion for eLearning and creative technology. The discussion is open to anything from authoring tools to virtual reality and artificial intelligence for learning.

    These sessions are live and not recorded.

    ATDCFL's TechSpace is where you want to be if you would like to learn how to make anything digital. The sessions are hosted by Alexander Salas, CPTD, CTT+, CSM. 

    Alex Salas


    Alexander Salas an award-winning Learning Experience Designer, Storyline expert and Chief of Awesomeness at eLearningLaunch.com a project based online learning experience for those looking to transition into eLearning design. He specializes in the integration of instructional science with popular authoring tools, custom web design, game design, virtual and augmented realities for L&D purposes. Among his professional achievements, Alex is certified as CPTD, CompTIA CTT+ and Agile ScrumMaster as well. He was a designer of learning programs for Fortune 100 companies such as Centene Corporation, Philips and Dell. Alex is a regular speaker and contributor at major ATD, Learning Guild and Training Magazine conferences and publications. When he’s not helping clients, he helps his local L&D community as President of ATDCFL and leading the Orlando Artikulatorz eLearning group.


    • August 11, 2020
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom Digital Encounter
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    Webinar

    Are you overwhelmed by the number and fit of the communication and collaboration tools available to construct your digital workplace?

    Coronavirus has made embracing them an urgent need, but with so many tools and methods to connect, it’s easy for employees to become overwhelmed.

    It’s up to Talent Development professionals to help our employees leverage the digital workplace and as importantly to help them learn the new ways of work that enable them to succeed there.

    In the Field at PTC, they've been evolving their digital workplace approach for several years. While their framework focuses on Office 365, with tools like Teams, Yammer, and SharePoint, the basic concepts can be applied to any set of digital communication and collaboration tools.

    Adrian will share their approach and by the end of the session you’ll be able to:

    • Construct a communication & collaboration framework that correlates the digital workplace to the physical workspaces we all know.
    • Leverage curated adoption resources that can help leaders and users understand the power of the tools.
    • Pilot the free-to-use Working Out Loud behavior change program that empowers everyone to embrace the new ways of work.
    • Create a champion program to build evangelists who can carry the digital methods and resources to their communities in the business.

    Come learn what has worked and what challenges PTC has encountered along their multi-year journey so that you too can help your employees embrace the digital workplace.

    ATD Talent Capability Model

    Building Personal Capability: Communication, Collaboration & Leadership, Project Management, Lifelong Learning

    Developing Professional Capability: Technology Application, Knowledge Management

    Impacting Organizational Capability: Organization Development & Culture, Performance Improvement, Change Management

    Adrian La Sala


    Adrian La Sala has a love of technology, collaboration, good storytelling, and helping people learn. Those loves drive him to continually explore different means and media to package information, reach audiences, connect people, and enable others to do the same. They also push him to get the most out of digital productivity and collaboration tools and again, to help others do the same. You’re invited to explore his articles and posts on LinkedIn to learn more about the places where technology, communication, and collaboration converge.

    • August 13, 2020
    • 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom Digital Encounter
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    Webinar

    The Fourth Industrial Revolution has begun and the stakes are high for businesses, workers, and society as a whole.  The very concept of work is being redefined as different generations enter and exit the workforce.  Digital technologies are demanding that employees acquire new skills to adapt to new ways of working.  Otherwise, they’ll get left behind. 

    L&D leaders now have a call to action: ensure employees are relevant and adaptable so they can rise to the challenge of this new revolution. 

    The task may seem daunting but here’s the good news: drawing on insights from the disruptive technology landscape over the past 20 years, we can proactively address the complex workforce challenges we face. There may never have been a better opportunity to get ahead of this issue. And never a greater risk of inaction. 

    Our directive is clear – Prepare the future workforce.  Now.

    Drawing on theory and research, this session will focus on helping you prepare and take action for the future workforce development.  Keith will discuss the concept of building the connected learner, share actionable advice on ways you can identify the skills needed for the future in your organization and how to foster a learning culture that will motivate employees to develop those skills. 

    Learning Objectives/Session Takeaways:
    • Insights into the current state of our industry and ways L&D needs to evolve to meet the needs of the future workforce learner
    • Strategies L&D leaders should consider following to enable future workforce learners for success
    • Key core competencies and skills we should be looking for in our future workforce

    ATD Talent Capability Model

    Building Personal Capability: Communication, Collaboration & Leadership, Lifelong Learning

    Developing Professional Capability: Technology Application, Coaching, Knowledge Management

    Impacting Organizational Capability: Organization Development & Culture, Performance Improvement, Change Management, Future Readiness
    Keith Keating


    With a career spanning over 20 years in learning & development, Keith Keating holds a Master’s Degree in Leadership and is currently pursuing his Doctorate in the Chief Learning Officer program at the University of Pennsylvania. Keith has experience in a myriad of areas ranging from Performance Improvement, Instructional Design, Leadership Coaching, Operations Management, and Process Transformation. More recently Keith has been leading clients on the design and execution of their global learning strategies.

    • August 17, 2020
    • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (EDT)
    • ATD Certificate Course - Live & Online (Various Dates)




    certificate

    Virtual facilitation has been on the rise over the last decade—two thirds of organizations and growing regularly leverage this modality, according to ATD Research. But in today’s remote work environment, virtual facilitation is a core competency for trainers and educators. No matter how skilled you are as an in-person classroom trainer, success in the virtual environment requires unique skills in audience engagement, creating nontraditional interactivity, sensitivity in how to use your voice, and confidence to multitask in a new technical and logistical setting.

    ATD, in partnership with online learning experts InSync Training, offers this virtual facilitator trainer certificate in the live online classroom so you can experience techniques being role modeled. You and peer from your cohort will also receive a piece of content to deliver virtually, using the techniques modeled. At the conclusion of this online facilitation training, you will have developed the skills and confidence to successfully facilitate synchronous learning events.

    WHY SHOULD I ATTEND?

    • Learn to apply proven techniques that maximize learner engagement, energy, and motivation via online learning.
    • Use producer or assistant facilitator support to ensure seamless, stress-free sessions.
    • Manage technical and participant problems that can and will occur.

    ATD Talent Capability Model

    Building Personal Capability: Communication, Lifelong Learning

    Developing Professional Capability: Learning Sciences, Instructional Design, Training Delivery & Facilitation, Evaluating Impact

    Impacting Organizational Capability: Organization Development & Culture, Performance Improvement, Change Management, Data & Analytics, Future Readiness


    Enroll now

    ATD course designs apply the latest instructional strategies that promote application and organizational impact. Backed by the Talent Development Capability Model, we provide the practical resources and tools you and your organization need to elevate your talent development practice.

    Visit www.td.org and use CHIP Code 9133 to register for this ATD Certificate Course.


    CHIP 9133 
    • August 17, 2020
    • 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom Digital Encounter
    • 83
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    Career Support Sig

    Now more than ever, it’s important to ensure that your entire job search strategy tells a clear and compelling story of who you are and what you have to offer an employer. Everything, from your cover letter and resume to your LinkedIn profile needs to be on point!

    This group will focus on sharing successful strategies for navigating your career transition or job search, provide tips for virtual interviews and resumes, and also provide purposeful networking. Each meeting will have a focused topic relevant to the groups’ purpose and on occasion we may even have a guest speaker.

    These sessions are usually live & not recorded. This session will be recorded.

    JobHunterZ is the SIG you want to join if you are looking for new opportunities or want to find new talent development professionals in Central Florida.

    In this session, we will discuss best practices for Social Media.

    During this session we will:

    • Discuss the impact of "big data" & recruiter industry trends
    • Share best practices for optimizing your Social Media presence
    This Social Media Workshop is part of a career development series, hosted by the JobHunterZ SIG.

    ATD Talent Capability Model

    Building Personal Capability: Lifelong Learning

    Facilitators:

    Elizabeth Castaneda


    Elizabeth Castaneda is a trusted learning leader with 15+ years of experience developing and delivering high quality learning solutions across multiple lines of business. She is passionate about learning and the learner experience and uses this drive to be an advocate for diversity & inclusion, mentoring, and inspiring others to share their knowledge.

    As a Disney cast member she managed facilitators who provided training to over 900 Disney cast members. She was an inaugural member of the Disney TED Training/Master class development program and helped teams leverage the TED style in their storytelling and connecting with people. During her tenure at Loews, Elizabeth collaborated with senior leaders to identify, develop, and implement solutions that drove key Guest service performance indicators.

    Elizabeth’s mission is to help enlighten all from the young to the young at heart by leveraging innovative technology, interweaving client and business needs for the advancement and benefit for client, person and the business.


    Rosa Espinal Perry


    Rosa is a Learning and Development professional with over 25 years of experience in talent development in industries such as banking, telecommunications, retail and hospitality. She currently is the Learning & Development Manager at CareerSource Central Florida.

    Rosa has been a member of the ATD Central Florida Chapter and active on the board since 2012 in various roles including Chapter President in 2018.  

    Rosa's mantra is: “Learning is an experience, not a program.”

    • August 18, 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom Digital Encounter
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    Webinar

    Developing a culture of compassion creates resilient and compassionate teams. It prevents burnout, helps team members skillfully manage stress, and creates cohesive teams.

    Self-compassion workshop participants will be able to:

    • Define self-compassion
    • Understand how self-compassion promotes resilience
    • Set intentions to make self-compassion a habit
    • Create action steps to promote self-compassion within their teams

    Please bring a notebook and pen for reflection.

    ATD Talent Capability Model

    Building Personal Capability: Communication, Emotional Intelligence & Decision Making, Collaboration & Leadership, Lifelong Learning

    Developing Professional Capability: Career Development & Leadership

    Impacting Organizational Capability: Organization Development & Culture, Performance Improvement, Change Management, Future Readiness
    Sara Schairer


    Sara Schairer is the founder and executive director of Compassion It®, a nonprofit organization and global social movement whose mission is to inspire daily compassionate actions and attitudes.

    A facilitator of the Compassion Cultivation Training® (CCT) course developed at Stanford University, Sara has led trainings for audiences of all walks of life, from corporate executives to inmates at a maximum security prison. She also led compassion trainings in Africa sponsored by the Botswana Ministries of Health and Education and spent a week at a Rwandan refugee camp working on unleashing compassion within its heath care system.

    Sara is a contributing author to the book The Neuroscience of Learning and Development: Enhancing Creativity, Compassion, Critical Thinking and Peace in Education, and writes for Deepak Chopra’s Center for Well being website.

    Sara gives talks and leads experiential workshops on burnout prevention, implicit bias, mindfulness, and compassion. She also created the one-of-a-kind reversible Compassion It wristband that prompts compassionate actions on six continents, 50+ countries and all 50 states.

    • August 25, 2020
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom Digital Encounter
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    Webinar
    If there has ever been a time when we all need to "think out of the box," this is it.

    In this session we will take the phrase, "Think out of the box" literally and create a physical box that represents your current unconscious thinking (the box you need to think out of) and then perform a number of "hacks" to help you get more of what you really want while experiencing less stress.

    In this 90 minute session you will:
    ❒ Spend 25% of the time in self-reflection.
    ❒ Spend 25% of the time in discussions.
    ❒ Create a physical model of healthier thinking for "these days."
    ❒ Apply the lessons you are learning from the crisis to your future thinking and image of success.
    ❒ Identify simple next steps you will take to ensure these are the future's "good old days."

    Format:
    90 min facilitated Virtual Learning Experience
    30 min optional discussion/coaching session for those who would like to stay on.

    Requirements:
    A blank piece of paper and a pen or pencil.

    Go to whatisyourbox.com for more information about The B❒X
    ATD Talent Capability Model

    Building Personal Capability: Emotional Intelligence & Decision Making, Lifelong Learning

    Developing Professional Capability: Career & Leadership Development

    Impacting Organizational Capability: Performance Improvement, Future Readiness

    Jimbo Clark


    About Your Facilitator: Jimbo Clark

    https://www.linkedin.com/in/jimbo-clark/

    I help people, teams and organizations find innovative solutions to challenging questions.

    For the past 11 years I have been taking the phrase, "Think out of the Box" literally by boxing, unboxing and re-boxing thousands of people's minds using a physical box. The impact of COVID19 has led me to take some of the key lessons and metaphors and apply them to a virtual setting.  

    This session has been described as:
    "A spa session for your mind."
    "A mind blowing experience."
    "The best 1.5 hours on Zoom in two months of lockdown."
    • August 27, 2020
    • 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom Digital Encounter
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    Webinar

    You’ve probably heard about Design Thinking, whether you’ve read an article or watched an online video. But then what? How do you apply the principles and make an impact? How are companies actually applying Design Thinking or what business results come from it? Design Thinking is not just a trendy buzzword, but a proven and practical method to create human-centered solutions.

    During this session, Keith Keating, Senior Director of Global Learning Strategies, shares a thorough look into the principles of Design Thinking in an easy-to-understand format. Using practical examples and stories, this session will provide participants with a solid foundational understanding of Design Thinking and ideas for ways it can be applied within L&D organizations. Keith has taken his theoretical Design Thinking education from MIT and brought it to life with Fortune 500 companies to help create learner-centric experiences, products, and processes. He will help participants jump-start their transformative journey from being a Design Thinking theoretical learner to a Design Thinking practitioner.

    Learning Objectives:

    • The value of Design Thinking and why more companies aren’t using it
    • Practical Design Thinking stories from Fortune 500 companies
    • The top 5 Design Thinking best practices for you to drive business results
    • 5 ideas for applying Design Thinking in L&D

    ATD Talent Capability Model

    Building Personal Capability: Communication, Collaboration & Leadership, Lifelong Learning

    Developing Professional Capability: Instructional Design, Coaching, Knowledge Management

    Impacting Organizational Capability: Organization Development & Culture, Performance Improvement, Change Management, Future Readiness
    Keith Keating


    With a career spanning over 20 years in learning & development, Keith Keating holds a Master’s Degree in Leadership and is currently pursuing his Doctorate in the Chief Learning Officer program at the University of Pennsylvania. Keith has experience in a myriad of areas ranging from Performance Improvement, Instructional Design, Leadership Coaching, Operations Management, and Process Transformation. More recently Keith has been leading clients on the design and execution of their global learning strategies.

    • September 10, 2020
    • 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom Digital Encounter
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    Webinar

    You’ve probably heard about Design Thinking, whether you’ve read an article or watched an online video. But then what? How do you apply the principles and make an impact? How are companies actually applying Design Thinking or what business results come from it? Design Thinking is not just a trendy buzzword, but a proven and practical method to create human-centered solutions.

    During this session, Keith Keating, Senior Director of Global Learning Strategies, walks participants through a detailed Design Thinking case study for an initiative he led in 2018 for a Fortune 500 company. Keith will address activities in each of the 5 phases, sharing best practices and lessons learned that helped his team uncover the Voice of the Learner and readjust their Learner Experience Strategy based off the results of the initiative. Whether participants are new to Design Thinking or an experienced practitioner, this session will benefit all as he illustrates successes as well as pitfalls and challenges. Understanding case studies will help participants jump-start their transformative journey from being a Design Thinking theoretical learner to a Design Thinking practitioner.

    Learning Objectives:

      • Best practices for preparing and conducting successful empathy interviews
      • Best practices for a successful ideation session
      • 5 Visual Thinking tools used to support the case study
      • 5 lessons learned from the case study

        ATD Talent Capability Model

        Building Personal Capability: Communication, Collaboration & Leadership, Lifelong Learning

        Developing Professional Capability: Instructional Design, Coaching, Knowledge Management

        Impacting Organizational Capability: Organization Development & Culture, Performance Improvement, Change Management, Future Readiness
        Keith Keating


        With a career spanning over 20 years in learning & development, Keith Keating holds a Master’s Degree in Leadership and is currently pursuing his Doctorate in the Chief Learning Officer program at the University of Pennsylvania. Keith has experience in a myriad of areas ranging from Performance Improvement, Instructional Design, Leadership Coaching, Operations Management, and Process Transformation. More recently Keith has been leading clients on the design and execution of their global learning strategies.

        • September 17, 2020
        • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
        • Zoom Digital Encounter
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        Webinar

        How can you drive innovation within your learning organization? It’s more than just an idea or a top down demand. In this session we will explore my battle-tested method to drive innovation and equip you with the tools you need to add and demonstrate your learning organization’s value within the business. 

        In this session you will:

        • Identify and answer 3 fundamental questions regarding your organization
        • Apply battle-tested techniques to identify and overcome innovation traps
        • Use simple tools to gain executive buy-in

         

        ATD Talent Capability Model

        Building Personal Capability: Communication, Collaboration & Leadership, Project Management, Lifelong Learning

        Developing Professional Capability: Technology Application, Knowledge Management

        Impacting Organizational Capability: Organization Development & Culture, Performance Improvement, Change Management

        Myra Roldan


        Myra is a technologist who brings a unique mix of technical, business, and adult education expertise to the game. She is a TEDx speaker, author, and technical designer. Her superpower is her natural ability to make complex technical subjects easy-to-understand by breaking concepts down in a way that is easy to consume, process, and apply. Myra is passionate about empowering people to explore and develop themselves holistically. 


        • September 22, 2020
        • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
        • Zoom Digital Encounter
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        Webinar

        With demand for eLearning programs at an all-time high, we’re busier than ever. L&D professionals are proving their value, right?  

        If we measure value by sheer volume, sure. But we shouldn’t be measuring our own value at all: that’s our learners’ job.

        If we were listening, they’d tell us that too many of our programs fail to account for their competing priorities, stress, and fatigue. They’d tell us that they can’t pay attention to new information, much less recall or apply it, when they’re exhausted. The more outspoken might even tell us that our learning tasks are so tedious that they’re not motivated to try.

        How can we make the process of acquiring skills and knowledge less draining--maybe even enjoyable--for them?

        We don’t need shiny objects. We don’t even need to be decision makers. We just need a few simple tools to improve our learner experience (LX).

        The basics can make a big difference: presenting information accessibly, intuitively, even attractively, can make the learning process more pleasant. On the flip side, a few common design flaws can frustrate learners and detract from otherwise valuable content. Tiffany will share some strategies to deliver more of the resources learners want, with fewer barriers and frustrations. This session culminates in a live workshop: bring a current project and receive feedback from the group on how to enhance the LX of your deliverable or curriculum.

        Learning Objectives/Session Takeaways:

        • How to recognize design flaws contributing to extraneous cognitive load
        • How to leverage germane cognitive load to boost learner engagement and interest
        • Strategies to boost the LX of any deliverable, from a single performance support to a full curriculum

        ATD Talent Capability Model

        Building Personal Capability: Communication, Collaboration & Leadership, Lifelong Learning

        Developing Professional Capability: Learning Sciences,  Instructional Design, Training Delivery & Facilitation, Evaluating Impact

        Impacting Organizational Capability: Business Insight, Organization Development & Culture, Performance Improvement, Change Management, Future Readiness


        Tiffany Vojnovski


        Tiffany has worked since 2006 as an educator, LX designer, and writer. In her current role as message design lead at GP Strategies, she works with L&D teams to build stories about programs and resources that help learners excel professionally. Her interests include customer, employee, and learner experience; educational justice; information literacy; language instruction; microlearning; and workforce upskilling.

        • September 24, 2020
        • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (EDT)
        • Zoom Digital Encounter
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        Webinar

        L&D doesn’t own workplace learning. WHAT?!?! Every organization is a complex ecosystem. A multitude of factors influence employee performance and business results. Unfortunately, many L&D teams fail to acknowledge this reality and adopt a holistic approach. Instead, they focus only on their sphere of influence, which usually revolves around formal training. Employees then struggle with mixed messages and contradictory priorities. This stifles employee potential, hinders long-term business growth and brings the value of L&D into question.

        In this session, we’ll explore the components of a modern learning ecosystem. We’ll demonstrate how these components can be adjusted to function cohesively, empower employees and enable performance improvement. We’ll map popular L&D tactics, such as eLearning and performance support, to the Modern Learning Ecosystem Framework. We’ll discuss challenges L&D may encounter when trying to evolve their learning ecosystem. You’ll walk away with practical ideas that will help you start shifting your approach to learning so that you can meet the needs of today’s employees.


        ATD Talent Capability Model

        Building Personal Capability: Communication, Collaboration & Leadership, Project Management, Lifelong Learning

        Developing Professional Capability: Learning Sciences, Technology Application, Knowledge Management, Evaluating Impact

        Impacting Organizational Capability: Business Insight, Organization Development & Culture, Talent Strategy & Management, Performance Improvement, Change Management, Data & Analytics, Future Readiness


        JD DIllon


        JD Dillon is an expert on frontline learning and enablement. He is also one of the most prolific authors and speakers in the workplace learning community. For 20 years, JD has worked in operations and talent development with some of the world’s most dynamic organizations, including Disney, Kaplan and AMC. He is the founder of LearnGeek, a corporate advising and education services firm. He is also Chief Learning Architect with Axonify, where he builds technology, content and services that enable frontline employees around the world to do their best work every day.


        • September 29, 2020
        • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
        • Zoom Digital Encounter
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        Webinar
        Digital and mobile training is the future, and now that future has arrived. The coronavirus pandemic of 2020 is the tipping point for the learning revolution. Blended learning is the best way to stay aligned, agile, and connected in these uncertain times. Learn strategies to improve the effectiveness of training now and in the future.

        Application on the Job:
        • Transition training online fast
        • Create a sense of community in a virtual environment
        • Strategies to scalably increase practice opportunities


        Emily Ullberg



        Emily Ullberg, is the Director of Global Projects at UMU Technology and specializes in helping clients transform event-based training into ecosystems of continuous learning. She has spent portions of her career designing and implementing learning and performance strategies for respected global organizations, including Ford Motor Company, Thermo Fisher Scientific, and Astellas Pharma. Emily solves complex problems by generating sustainable systems and building bridges between members of diverse, cross-functional teams. She is also fluent in Mandarin Chinese.


        • October 14, 2020
        • 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM (EDT)
        • Zoom Digital Encounter
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        Webinar
        This session will overview the phases, outputs, tasks and teams for conducting a Curriculum Architecture Design (CAD) effort using a facilitated Group Process with Master Performers and Other Subject Matter Experts as needed, an ISD methodology the speaker has been using since 1981, and has conducted for his clients an ISD consultant 76 times since 1982. Several of his efforts were submitted by his clients and received awards from ISPI and ATD and for internal awards at General Motors and at Siemens Building Technologies.

        CAD efforts produce performance-based T&D Paths of modular Instruction, including Standalone Job Aids, Job Aids embedded in Training, and Training for when memorization and/or honing critical skills is required back on the job. Guy will also point to dozens of free resources available on his website to help others conduct CAD efforts.

          ATD Talent Capability Model

          Building Personal Capability: Communication, Collaboration & Leadership, Lifelong Learning

          Developing Professional Capability: Instructional Design, Coaching, Knowledge Management, Evaluating Impact

          Impacting Organizational Capability: Organization Development & Culture, Talent Strategy & Management, Performance Improvement, Change Management, Future Readiness
          Guy Wallace


          Guy W. Wallace is a Performance Analyst and Instructional Architect – and has been designing and developing performance-based Instruction/ Training/ Learning and Performance Support content for Enterprise Learning and their business critical target audiences since 1979. Guy has been consulting since 1982 and has served 80+ consulting clients, primarily in the Fortune 500.

          Guy started as a Training Developer at Wickes Lumber in 1979 and then became a Training Project Supervisor at Motorola's Training & Education Center in 1981.

          In 2010 he received the ISPI's highest award: the Honorary Member for Life - for his contributions to both the technology of Performance Improvement and to the Society - as approved by two successive Boards.

          Since 1982 he has specialized in Curriculum Architecture Design via a Facilitated Group Process. In 1984 he co-authored two articles on these approaches, a Training Magazine article on Curriculum Architecture Design via a Group Process - and another on Creating Models and Matrices using a Group Process - for NSPI's Performance & Instruction Journal.

          Guy completed his 76th Curriculum Architecture Design consulting project - since 1982 - in the fall of 2018.

          Guy typically facilitates Project Steering Teams in detailed Planning efforts, and then he facilitates their selected Master Performers to quickly conduct Analysis and Design for hand-off to Development teams for quick, parallel development/acquisition.

          Guy's ISD work has won awards at General Motors, HP, and Siemens Building Technologies, and external awards from NSPI, ISPI and ASTD/ATD for work done with AT&T, Chamberlin Edmonds – Emdeon, HP and Imperial Oil.

          In 2010 he was recruited as an inaugural member of ASQ's Influential Voices initiative to Raise the Voice of Quality, and served until late 2015. Guy has authored over 100 articles, 14 books, and 3900+ Blog posts. He has presented professionally over 115 times.

          See his website for lists of clients, descriptions of 250+ projects, publications, presentations, and over 400 free ISD and Performance Improvement PDFs, audio & video resources: www.eppic.biz

          • October 20, 2020
          • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM (EDT)
          • Zoom Digital Encounter
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          Webinar

          Working from home is the new reality for many of us. We’re surrounded by distracting technology. Our kids or spouse may need something in the middle of a task. We see a notification and feel pressured to respond immediately.

          Does this leave you unfocused, unhappy, and struggling to find time?

          Grab a sandwich and join us for this lunch and learn session. We’ll introduce practical tools for focus and provide a hands-on experience for working more productively individually and with your teams and clients.

          We’ll start by introducing the neuroscience behind the Caveday methodology for overcoming distraction and pushing past internal resistance. Then we’ll run a short cave “sprint” so you can apply the methodology to a real world task. We’ll finish with a few best practices and tactical tips to maintain and build strong, focused work cultures on remote and hybrid teams.

          You will finish this 75-minute session and get some work done!

          Session Assignment: Bring a short task (about 10 minutes to complete) and materials to complete it. Example: E-mail response or organizing files.

          Key Takeaways

          • Explore the science behind why it’s so hard to focus and what we can do about it
          • Apply the Caveday methodology to avoid distraction, overcome procrastination, and minimize decision fatigue
          • Discuss ways to keep ourselves, our teams, and our clients motivated when working remotely

          ATD Talent Capability Model

          Building Personal Capability: Communication, Emotional Intelligence & Decision Making, Collaboration & Leadership, Project Management, Lifelong Learning

          Developing Professional Capability: Learning Sciences, Technology Application, Knowledge Management

          Impacting Organizational Capability: Organization Development & Culture, Performance Improvement, Change Management, Future Readiness

          Austin Bauer


          Austin Bauer, Professional Certified Coach (PCC), is an executive coach and founder of Simple Progress, a consultancy that helps organizations do better work by developing cultures of organizational listening, collaborative learning, and internal innovation. Austin has trained and facilitated workshops for over 1,500 leaders at companies including YouTube, CBS, The American Heart Association, Edelman, Omnicom, Taco Bell, Project Worldwide, Garage Team Mazda, 72andSunny, The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, The 4A's, and Bastion Collective.

          Austin is a regular guest facilitator for the University of Southern California, Iovine and Young Academy for Arts, Technology, and the Business of Innovation. He also leads West Coast engagements for Caveday, a company improving our relationship to work, and is the strategic advisor for the social impact design consultancy, very nice.

           

          • November 16, 2020
          • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (EST)
          • ATD Certificate Course - Live & Online (Various Dates)




          certificate

          With instructional design training you’ll learn best practices for conducting a needs assessment, completing a
          job/task analysis, and designing and developing courses using exclusive ATD templates. Discover a structured step-
          by-step process you can follow and apply immediately to your own training program development.

          Earning this instructional design certificate gives you easy access to tools you’ll put to great use in your training
          initiatives. You’ll learn to design a complete program that aligns with your business goals, including participant
          guides, instructor guides, visual support, and other materials. In addition, you’ll have an opportunity to work on
          your own real-world program throughout the course.

          This certificate is aligned with the instructional design area of expertise in the ATD Competency Model, which
          serves as the foundation for ATD Certification Institute, Master Series programs and APTD and CPLP certifications.

          WHY SHOULD I ATTEND?

          • Gain a strong foundation in the needs assessment and analysis process, ensure your training initiatives are effective and aligned with organization goals and expectations, and make the impact that you and your organization expect.
          • Develop engaging instructional events that take human memory and learning processes into account.
          • Learn how to determine which tools and instructional formats will deliver the best learning outcomes.
          • Collect data from subject matter experts and other stakeholders, and identify the competencies and tasks that will enable the achievement of business goals.
          • Create participant and facilitator guides and supporting materials to maximize learning and support on-the-job performance.

          PROGRAM TAKEAWAYS

          The Instructional Design Certificate materials model best practices so you can experience outcome-based training from a learner’s perspective. The program contains more than 15 ATD-exclusive job aids, process documents, templates, and checklists, including:

          • needs assessment process
          • interview guide
          • task analysis checklist
          • lesson outline
          • design document.
          * formerly Designing Learning Certificate

          ATD Talent Capability Model

          Building Personal Capability: Communication, Lifelong Learning

          Developing Professional Capability: Learning Sciences, Instructional Design, Training Delivery & Facilitation, Evaluating Impact

          Impacting Organizational Capability: Organization Development & Culture, Performance Improvement, Change Management, Data & Analytics, Future Readiness


          Enroll now

          ATD course designs apply the latest instructional strategies that promote application and organizational impact. Backed by the Talent Development Capability Model, we provide the practical resources and tools you and your organization need to elevate your talent development practice.

          Visit www.td.org and use CHIP Code 9133 to register for this ATD Certificate Course.


          CHIP 9133 
          • November 30, 2020
          • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (EST)
          • ATD Certificate Course - Live & Online (Various Dates)




          certificate

          This program provides an opportunity to explore and implement the ATD E-Learning Design Model. You will see examples and have the opportunity to practice the skills needed to develop asynchronous e-learning experiences that motivate learners to examine and adjust their behavior.

          The course includes opportunities to practice designing effective e-learning, investigating and applying instructional methodologies that support learning, and incorporating best practices into your own projects.

          Why should I attend?

          • Gain practical experience applying the ATD E-Learning Design Model.
          • Apply instructional design principles to e-learning design in a purposeful way.
          • Explore ways to present, structure, and sequence content that is learner-centric.
          • Learn a variety of techniques for enhancing learning motivation and commitment.

          ATD Talent Capability Model

          Building Personal Capability: Communication, Lifelong Learning

          Developing Professional Capability: Learning Sciences, Instructional Design, Training Delivery & Facilitation, Evaluating Impact

          Impacting Organizational Capability: Organization Development & Culture, Performance Improvement, Change Management, Data & Analytics, Future Readiness


          Enroll now

          ATD course designs apply the latest instructional strategies that promote application and organizational impact. Backed by the Talent Development Capability Model, we provide the practical resources and tools you and your organization need to elevate your talent development practice.

          Visit www.td.org and use CHIP Code 9133 to register for this ATD Certificate Course.


          CHIP 9133 
          • December 09, 2020
          • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EST)
          • Zoom Digital Encounter
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          Webinar

          It is projected that by 2025 Millennials and Gen Z will comprise more than 75% of the  US workforce. However, most employers  still struggle to engage and retain Millennial and Gen Z top talent. 

          Join us as Dr. Terri Horton EdD MBA MA, SHRM-CP, PHR, HCS, SWP discusses the differences between both generations, how their perspectives and preferences about work have shifted as a result of COVID-19 and what they want as the future of work continues to unfold.   

          ATD Talent Capability Model

          Building Personal Capability: Communication, Collaboration & Leadership, Lifelong Learning

          Developing Professional Capability: Learning Sciences, Career & Leadership Development

          Impacting Organizational Capability: Organization Development & Culture, Performance Improvement, Change Management, Future Readiness
          Terri Horton


          Dr. Terri Horton MBA, MA SHRM-CP, PHR, HCS, SWP 

          Workforce Futurist | Speaker | Corporate Trainer | Leadership Coach

          Dr. Terri Horton is a workforce futurist, artificial intelligence business strategist and founder of FuturePath, LLC. She is a future of work expert and her expertise sits at the intersection of the future of work, artificial intelligence and the relative impact to industries, organizations, people and careers. She consults, speaks, coaches and trains executives to develop agile leaders, talent and teams so that they can adapt, compete, scale and thrive in the future of work. 

          Dr. Horton is a widely recognized thought-leader on the future of work and organizational transformation. As a futurist she provides insights on a wide range of future-focused topics that include: the future of work and industries; leadership development; change and innovation; women and leadership; diversity, inclusion and belonging; multi-generational workforce; emotional intelligence; careers; artificial intelligence strategy and ethics; unconscious bias; human-centered leadership and using data for good. 

          Dr. Horton has provided training and keynote speeches to Fortune 100 companies, nonprofits, professional associations, institutions of higher learning and government officials from China, Vietnam, Europe and Indonesia. She was selected to deliver two keynote speeches at the 2020 World Literacy Summit held at Oxford University in the United Kingdom. Her superpower is the ability to inspire audiences and clients to reimagine the future of work, business and careers by connecting the dots and empowering them to be resilient, relevant, bold and thrive in the future of work! 

          Dr. Horton holds a doctorate in Education focused on Organizational Change and Leadership from the University of Southern California, Master of Arts in Organizational Management, MBA- Marketing, micro-credentials in AI Business Strategy from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Data Analytics from Cornell University. She is EQ-I 2.0/EQ360 certified with expertise in Emotional Intelligence for Leaders, holds multiple industry credentials in human resources and is a lecturer at Cornell University, UCLA and CSULA. 

          Some of Dr. Horton’s current projects include working with a global ecommerce company to evaluate hiring algorithms to be more empathic and reduce unconscious bias and with a global consulting firm on engaging millennials and Gen Z in the workplace.

          Contact Dr. Terri: DrTerriHorton@gmail.com

          www.TerriLHorton.com 


          • December 15, 2020
          • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM (EST)
          • Zoom Digital Encounter
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          Webinar

          Live from New York…it’s author Todd Cherches, here to introduce us to some of the key concepts from his brand new book, VisuaLeadership: Leveraging the Power of Visual Thinking in Leadership and in Life!

          How do you get others to “see” what you’re saying? As professionals in the training industry, this is one of our key challenges.

          Well, one powerful, and effective, way of doing so is through the use of visual thinking and visual communication techniques…or what Todd calls, VisuaLeadership®. In this fun, fast-paced, highly interactive, and experiential webinar you will learn a variety of ways in which you can enhance your personal and professional effectiveness – as well as the effectiveness of others – by leveraging the power of visual imagery, mental models, metaphor, and visual storytelling.

          If, as they say, a picture is worth a thousand words, then “Leveraging the Power of Visual Thinking” just may be worth a thousand workshops. And, even if not (as those are extremely high expectations to live up to!), at the very least you are guaranteed to emerge from this fun 90-minute webinar with a valuable mix of creative new tools, tips, and techniques designed to aid you in helping others to maximize performance, productivity, and potential.

          For a sneak peek of the speaker and this interesting and innovative topic, feel free to watch Todd’s recent TEDx Talk on “The Power of Visual Thinking”:  

          https://www.ted.com/talks/todd_cherches_the_power_of_visual_thinking


          Todd Cherches


          Todd Cherches is the CEO and cofounder of BigBlueGumball, a NYC-based consulting firm specializing in leadership development, public speaking, and executive coaching. He is also a three-time award-winning Adjunct Professor of leadership in the Human Capital Management master's program at NYU, and a Lecturer on leadership at Columbia University. Todd is also a TEDx speaker (“The Power of Visual Thinking”), and the author of "VisuaLeadership: Leveraging the Power of Visual Thinking in Leadership and in Life" (Post Hill Press/Simon & Schuster, 2020).


          • January 13, 2021
          • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM (EST)
          • Zoom Digital Encounter
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          Webinar
          This session will overview the outputs and tasks and include some quick practice exercises for learning "How To" conduct a Performance Analysis effort for ISD and Performance Improvement efforts. Performance Analysis identifies the Ideal performance already achieved by current state Master Performers, and a Gap Analysis of non-Master Performers, that then enables systematically deriving the enabling knowledge/skills, as well as other enablers, of ideal Process performance that will feed downstream Instructional Design efforts.  


            ATD Talent Capability Model

            Building Personal Capability: Communication, Collaboration & Leadership, Lifelong Learning

            Developing Professional Capability: Instructional Design, Coaching, Knowledge Management, Evaluating Impact

            Impacting Organizational Capability: Organization Development & Culture, Talent Strategy & Management, Performance Improvement, Change Management, Future Readiness
            Guy Wallace


            Guy W. Wallace is a Performance Analyst and Instructional Architect – and has been designing and developing performance-based Instruction/ Training/ Learning and Performance Support content for Enterprise Learning and their business critical target audiences since 1979. Guy has been consulting since 1982 and has served 80+ consulting clients, primarily in the Fortune 500.

            Guy started as a Training Developer at Wickes Lumber in 1979 and then became a Training Project Supervisor at Motorola's Training & Education Center in 1981.

            In 2010 he received the ISPI's highest award: the Honorary Member for Life - for his contributions to both the technology of Performance Improvement and to the Society - as approved by two successive Boards.

            Since 1982 he has specialized in Curriculum Architecture Design via a Facilitated Group Process. In 1984 he co-authored two articles on these approaches, a Training Magazine article on Curriculum Architecture Design via a Group Process - and another on Creating Models and Matrices using a Group Process - for NSPI's Performance & Instruction Journal.

            Guy completed his 76th Curriculum Architecture Design consulting project - since 1982 - in the fall of 2018.

            Guy typically facilitates Project Steering Teams in detailed Planning efforts, and then he facilitates their selected Master Performers to quickly conduct Analysis and Design for hand-off to Development teams for quick, parallel development/acquisition.

            Guy's ISD work has won awards at General Motors, HP, and Siemens Building Technologies, and external awards from NSPI, ISPI and ASTD/ATD for work done with AT&T, Chamberlin Edmonds – Emdeon, HP and Imperial Oil.

            In 2010 he was recruited as an inaugural member of ASQ's Influential Voices initiative to Raise the Voice of Quality, and served until late 2015. Guy has authored over 100 articles, 14 books, and 3900+ Blog posts. He has presented professionally over 115 times.

            See his website for lists of clients, descriptions of 250+ projects, publications, presentations, and over 400 free ISD and Performance Improvement PDFs, audio & video resources: www.eppic.biz

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