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    • 21 July 2020
    • 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM (CDT)
    • Virtual Workshop (Zoom)
    • 28
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    ATD-GTC Change Leadership Community of Practice 

    Belonging Cues, Vulnerability, and Trust in Times of Change 

    Building trust and establishing belonging cues in times of disruptive change can seem like a daunting task, yet is essential in supporting the people side of change. In this virtual and interactive session, we’ll explore the concepts of belonging cues and vulnerability, and will practice ways to intentionally build both in times of disruption and change. We’ll also touch briefly on how self-awareness plays a critical role in how trust is built, and how it encourages and supports authentic and meaningful connection.  

    • What are “belonging cues?” What are some examples?
    • Why are they important? What happens when they are absent?
    • How can leaders create and send belonging cues in times of change? How can they reinforce existing belonging cues in support of their teams?
    • How can leaders cultivate awareness of cues that signal distress or anxiety from their employees and take action?

    In small breakout groups, we'll practice scenarios where we’ll identify belonging cues, as well as how to notice/create them when they are absent. Come prepared to discuss and delve deeper into this important topic - we’ll see you there! 

    This peer learning event is led by Kristina Ralston who currently serves as the Organizational Change Lead for the Ramsey County Enterprise Project Management Office. 

     

    Kristina Ralston is a Prosci-certified organizational change management professional with experience in exciting and critical impact roles ranging from change management, talent/performance management, OD, instructional design, facilitation, corporate communications, and mentoring/coaching.  

    This Event is free for ATD-GTC Members

    Members may bring one complimentary guest.

    Note: Information on how to access this event virtually will be provided via a registration confirmation email. 

    • 28 July 2020
    • (CDT)
    • 30 July 2020
    • (CDT)
    • 2 sessions
    • 2 day VIRTUAL interactive event July 28th and July 30th 8:30-12:30
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    The Greater Twin Cities Chapter of the Association for Talent Development Presents

    July Learning Lab

    The Gamification of Learning:

    A Certification for Talent Development and HR Professionals 


    This program is like no virtual conference or Zoom workshop you ve attended. The Sententia Gamification Certification is a complete immersion experience that leaves you creatively inspired and technically masterful. 

    This hands-on certification takes you through the 5-step, trademarked, and proven process of gamifiying your organizational quest. The goal is to increase learning and engagement through key concepts found in game design and behavioral psychology. Adding game mechanics to training, gamification not only increases interest, but it also increasing engagement and creates behavioral change by making learning and development "fun."

    Gamification is not just about rewarding points and badges, but rather understanding and influencing the human behaviors which companies want to encourage among their employees and customers.

    Is now a good time to put an end to dry, boring learning? Get ready to play full out during our Gamification adventure!

    In this 8-hour certification program (attended over two 4-hour sessions), you will use a L&D case study as you overlay the 5-step Game the System™ model for gamification learning design, gather data, and participate in problem-solving and assessment exercises.

    This is the ONLY Gamification Certification that earns you recertification* credits with HRCI, SHRM, and ATD.

    Takeaways for Participants:

    1. Game the System™ “game board” of the 30 necessary steps for creating successfully gamified learning programs

    2. All handouts and ancillary tools

    3. Analysis and feedback of a proposal for gamifying a case study or real program

    4. Sententia Level 1 Surveyor digital badge with metadata about the program and work completed for employers, recruiters, and potential clients

    5. HRCI, SHRM and ATD recertification credit documentation for each registrant

    Our Presenters:

    Monica Cornetti, Founder, Senentia

    Monica is the Founder and CEO of the Sententia Gamification Consortium. She authored Totally Awesome Training Activity Guide: Put Gamification to Work for You, and is a co-author of Deliberate Fun: A Purposeful Application of Game Mechanics to Learning Experiences. Monica is hired for her skill as a gamification speaker and is considered at the top of her field in gamification design for corporate learning.

    Monica was rated #1 among the “Gamification Gurus Power 100” by RISE in 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018; and was also recognized as a Top 3 Finalist in the “Gamification Guru of the Year Award” by the World Gamification Congress held in Barcelona, Spain. 

     

    Jonathan Peters, Chief Motivation Officer, Sententia

    Jonathan has spent over a decade studying the science and art of motivation and persuasion, helping audiences more effectively communicate with their customers and team-members and making learning more enticing, engaging, and encouraging through gamification.  

    Jonathan is co-author of Deliberate Fun: A Purposeful Application of Game Mechanics to Learning Experiences. He is also an adjunct professor at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

     
    Registrants will receive an email containing information on how to access the virtual event . 
    • 29 July 2020
    • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM (CDT)
    • Virtual Presentation
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    The Greater Twin Cities Chapter of the Association for Talent Development Presents

    July Coaching Community of Practice: World Café -Design your Future Community

    As we look into the second half of 2020 with a new innovative approach and vision, we are turning to our community for guidance. We are asking our community members to join us in a dialogue to share your ideas, thoughts, visions, etc. for the future of this Coaching CoP.

    This event will feature a World Café format, in which attendees will participate in small group discussions, followed up by the group leaders presenting group insights and findings.

    In advance of this World Café, registrants will be sent some initial questions to help start the process of generating ideas and sparking great conversations in the session.  

    Your voices and ideas are needed! We hope you will join us and be a part of shaping where this Coaching COP will head this fall and beyond!  


    About our Presenters:

     

    Lisa Hayes

    Lisa Hayes is an executive coach, facilitator and speaker specializing in guiding clients to make the impact with those around them. She has been working in the personal and professional development space for over 20 years, with a lengthy corporate career within the retail industry (Target and Best Buy) and starting and running my own consulting practice. She has previously sat on the Board of Directors for Women Entrepreneurs of Minnesota and currently sits on the board of City & County Credit Union. 





    Stacey Larsen

    Stacey Larson, Ed.D. is an ICF certified and ontologically trained coach, with a doctorate in Leadership.  Stacey also runs a coaching/consulting/leadership development practice, Authentic Edge, LLC, in addition to her role at UST. Her current focus is helping leaders and organizations adopt Sane and Sustainable Leadership practices.


    This program is FREE for all to attend.

    • 11 August 2020
    • 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM (CDT)
    • VIRTUAL interactive event
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    The Greater Twin Cities Chapter of the Association for Talent Development Presents

    August Learning Lab - Insights Discovery 


    Our June Learning Lab session is a virtual event, hosted by Scott Schwefel, from Insights Discovery.

    Experience your own Insights Discovery profile and 90 minute virtual session with Speaker and Insights faculty, Scott Schwefel. Scott walks you through your Discovery profile and explains the meaning behind the graphs and Insights color energies.  This new knowledge helps you better connect with colleagues and clients, understand team dynamics, and deliver consistently better team results, even while working from home! For a preview, watch  www.ScottsTedTalk.com with nearly 3 million views!  

     Registrants will receive an email containing information on how to access the virtual event . 

    • 11 August 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (CDT)
    • VIRTUAL interactive event
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    The Greater Twin Cities Chapter of the Association for Talent Development Presents

    Designing and Delivering Effective Training:

    Virtual Team Activities in 30 Minutes or Less

    There is a freeze on your learning and development budget yet team motivation and productivity are dwindling. What can your organization do to engage your team members, dig deeper with previously learned skills and generate positivity. In this session, you will discover practical yet short (under 30 minutes) virtual team activities to recharge your teams.

    Key takeaways include:

    • Generating interactive and meaningful virtual team activities
    • Keeping remote team members motivated – think beyond virtual happy hours
    • Developing questions to jump start your team
    • Converting classroom programs to virtual sessions
    Lori Thompson
    Founder and President
    Lori Thompson Training Resources
     

    Lori Thompson, founder and president of Lori Thompson Training Resources, has been a trusted resource in the learning and development field for over 25 years. She also is an authorized partner with John Wiley & Sons. Lori has her M.A. in Business and Education.

    This program is FREE for all ATD-GTC members. 

    Members may register one complimentary, registered guest.  

    • 26 August 2020
    • 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM (CDT)
    • Virtual Presentation
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    The Greater Twin Cities Chapter of the Association for Talent Development Presents

    Agile within Learning and Development:


    Deliver higher quality learning to your business partners in less time. Agile enables teams to deliver value more quickly with a greater ability to respond to change.  In this session, you will hear from Debbie Taute, Learning Solutions Senior Associate and Kara Wallisch, Learning Solutions Associate, members of an experienced Learning & Development Agile Scrum Team. They will talk about best practices that allow them to meet their clients’ business needs in a short two-week sprint.  Join this session to:

    • Key components of Agile: Define the different roles within an Agile Scrum team and the events that take place.
    • Best practices for overcoming roadblocks: Learn the challenges we have faced as a team (both in the office and working remotely) and the solutions we put in place.
    • Agile in your workplace: Participate in discussions on how the Agile framework could be used at your place of business.

    About our Presenters:

    Kara Wallisch

    Kara Wallisch been a Learning Solutions Associate with Allianz Life for two years. During that time, she has been member of the Learning & Development department’s first Agile Scrum Team, which focuses on designing and developing a large volume of technical training eLearning solutions for various teams in operations. Prior to joining the Allianz Life Learning & Development team, she facilitated new hire training for Allianz Global Corporate and Specialty for over four years. Kara is a certified Scrum Master (CSM) and has a degree in Art from the University of Minnesota.

    Debbie Taute

    Debbie Taute has been a Learning Solutions Senior Consultant at Allianz Life for almost twenty years, and has over 30 years of experience in the world of learning and development. Allianz Life’s L&D department decided to take on an Agile approach back in 2018 for a huge initiative for technical training. Debbie is currently the product owner and is working with the stakeholders and scrum team members to ensure that we effectively produce viable deliverable training materials for our stakeholders. Debbie attended Brown College and earned her Associates Degree in Applied Science for Graphic Design. Debbie is a certified Scrum Master (CSM), and certified Product Owner (CSPO).


    This program is FREE for all ATD-GTC members. 

    Members may register one complimentary, registered guest.  

    • 02 September 2020
    • 12:00 AM - 1:30 PM (CDT)
    • Virtual Workshop (Zoom)
    • 90
    Register

    ATD-GTC Coffee Talk 

    Trainers Intuition: What it is and How Do I Develop it? 

    In this session, we'll start to make conscious that mystical part of us that we use daily without even realizing it: our intuition. We'll discuss the various ways we gain information from our intuition and how it helps us as trainers in the classroom (both live and online!). We'll practice techniques for identifying intuitive information and developing our intuitive skills.  

    Learning Objectives:

    • Define "intuition" and discuss its benefits in training
    • Identify the most common ways people experience intuition
    • Practice techniques for tapping into your intuition
    • Understand how learning about intuition can help  leaders in terms of how they set vision, lead, and guide their teams

    Amy Jokinen, Learning and Development Manager

    Eide Bailly

    Amy Jokinen is a professional development trainer with accounting firm Eide Bailly where she focuses on soft skills training and leadership development. Before joining Eide Bailly 14 years ago, she taught Freshman English and Screenwriting courses at Minnesota State University Moorhead. When not training, she enjoys studying and practicing holistic healing modalities. Her passion combines both interests: She loves helping people understand and develop their intuition.

     This Event is free for ATD-GTC Members

    Members may bring one complimentary guest.

    Note: Information on how to access this event virtually will be provided via a registration confirmation email. 

    • 17 September 2020
    • (CDT)
    • Ecolab Global Headquarters - 1 Ecolab Place, St. Paul, Minnesota 55102
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    The Greater Twin Cities Chapter of the Association for Talent Development Presents

    Transforming Learning


    Our September Transforming Learning program is hosted by Ecolab.

    Sharing insights, learnings, and presenting their vision, learning leaders at Ecolab will present how they are evolving how learning will continue to meet the needs of their business and their market.

    Agenda:

    Member, Guest, Host Networking

    ATD Board Welcome, Introductions

    Presentation from Host Company

    Member Q/A

    Adjourn and Networking


    This program is FREE for all ATD-GTC members. 

    Members may bring one complimentary, registered guest.  

    • 15 October 2020
    • (CDT)
    • Caribou Coffee Headquarters - 3900 Lakebreeze Avenue N Brooklyn Center, Minnesota 55429
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    The Greater Twin Cities Chapter of the Association for Talent Development Presents

    Transforming Learning


    Our October Transforming Learning program is hosted by Caribou Coffee.

    Sharing insights, learnings, and presenting their vision, learning leaders at Caribou Coffee will present how they are evolving how learning will continue to meet the needs of their business and their market.

    Agenda:

    Member, Guest, Host Networking

    ATD Board Welcome, Introductions

    Presentation from Host Company

    Member Q/A

    Adjourn and Networking


    This program is FREE for all ATD-GTC members. 

    Members may bring one complimentary, registered guest.  

    • 19 November 2020
    • (CST)
    • Polaris Headquarters 2100 Highway 55 Medina, MN 55340
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    The Greater Twin Cities Chapter of the Association for Talent Development Presents

    Transforming Learning


    Our November Transforming Learning program is hosted by Polaris.

    Sharing insights, learnings, and presenting their vision, learning leaders at Polaris will present how they are evolving how learning will continue to meet the needs of their business and their market.

    Agenda:

    Member, Guest, Host Networking

    ATD Board Welcome, Introductions

    Presentation from Host Company

    Member Q/A

    Adjourn and Networking


    This program is FREE for all ATD-GTC members. 

    Members may bring one complimentary, registered guest.  

Past Events

30 June 2020 June - Virtual Event - Gamification for Talent Development: Deconstructing the Psychology of Games to Entice, Engage, and Encourage Learners
18 June 2020 June - Transforming Learning - Virtual Event Hosted by Dale Carnegie
19 May 2020 SOLD OUT!! Member Networking Event - Transforming Learning; a LIVE Virtual Discussion
13 May 2020 SOLD OUT!! Virtual Workshop: May Change Leadership CoP
04 May 2020 May Coaching CoP - WEBINAR A Time for Relaxation
22 April 2020 LinkedIn Workshop Series: Webinar - Maximizing Your Digital Presence
08 April 2020 April ATD Learning Lab - Influence: Persuading By Building Trust
08 April 2020 Virtual Workshop: April Change Leadership CoP
06 April 2020 April Coaching CoP - WEBINAR: Coaching Millennials/Gen Z in the Workplace
19 March 2020 March - Transforming Learning - BI Worldwide
18 March 2020 March ATD Learning Lab - Making Change Happen: Accelerating Change for Faster Results
05 March 2020 March Training CoP - Design Thinking
02 March 2020 March Coaching CoP - Coaching Executives in Organizations
27 February 2020 February - Transforming Learning - Carlson School of Executive Education
19 February 2020 NEW Change Leadership Community of Practice! - Informal Coffee Discussion
03 February 2020 February Coaching CoP - What Makes a Great Coach?
06 January 2020 January Coaching CoP - Transformative Approaches for Working with Clients
18 November 2019 Members-Only Backstage Pass Event - Meet our 2019 Speakers!
06 November 2019 November Training Community of Practice: Introducing The "World Café" Learning Methodology – Turning Passion and Dialogue in to Action
05 November 2019 November Learning Lab - How to Implement a Certification Program
30 October 2019 October ATD-GTC - Culture of Learning - 2019 Voice of the Learner: Research Findings from GP Strategies
28 October 2019 October Training Community of Practice: Delivering Professional Audio on a Budget
16 October 2019 October 16th Learning Lab - How to Influence: Sell Your Ideas and Develop Partners
07 October 2019 October 7th ATD-GTC Coaching Community of Practice: Behind the Mask: Understanding and Coaching to Invisible Disabilities
09 September 2019 September 9th ATD-GTC Coaching Community of Practice: Leadership Embodiment Coaching
15 August 2019 August ATD-GTC Culture of Learning Series - US Bank Presents a Culture of Learning
09 August 2019 August Training Community of Practice: The Flint Hills Resources Virtual Reality Experience and What it Means to You
06 August 2019 ATD-GTC's Learning Lab LinkedIn Workshop Series: Maximizing Your Digital Presence
24 July 2019 Members Only Live Webinar - Chapter Update
20 June 2019 June 20th - ATD-GTC Culture of Learning Series Best Buy Presents: Building a Learning Culture
29 May 2019 May 29, ATD-GTC Training Community of Practice: No Budget Video -
16 May 2019 May ATD-GTC Culture of Learning Series United Health Group Presents: Building a Learning Culture
15 May 2019 May 15th Learning Lab - Migrating to e-Learning Using Captivate
06 May 2019 May 6, ATD-GTC Coaching Community of Practice: Applying Agile to Your Coaching
02 May 2019 PEN Works 2019
18 April 2019 April ATD-GTC Culture of Learning Program - Code 42 Presents - Building a Culture of Learning
01 April 2019 April 1, ATD-GTC Coaching Community of Practice: A Culture of Good
22 March 2019 March 22nd- Training Community of Practice - How Best Buy Uses Virtual Training to Solve Common Training Challenges
21 March 2019 March 21st - ATD-GTC Culture of Learning Series - Tennant Corporation Presents: Building a Learning Culture
04 March 2019 March 4th - ATD GTC Coaching Community of Practice - Trust the Process: What really happens when we shift from rescuing clients to releasing responsibility
18 February 2019 Members Only Live Webinar - 2019 State of the Chapter
04 February 2019 February 4, 2019 ATD-GTC Coaching Community of Practice Event
07 January 2019 Coaching CoP: Type Motivators & Saboteurs: The Angels & Demons on Your Shoulders
20 December 2018 Feed My Starving Children (FMSC)/Eagan - Volunteer Opportunity Session 2
13 December 2018 Feed My Starving Children (FMSC)/Coon Rapids - Volunteer Opportunity Session 1
15 November 2018 November's Culture of Learning Series - Hosted by Inspire Brands
17 October 2018 October Program - "Creating a Culture of Learning"
01 October 2018 Coaching CoP (fka SIG)
26 September 2018 ATD-GTC Chapter Season Kick-Off
10 September 2018 Coaching SIG
25 July 2018 Training SIG: Business Training, Change Management, and Standard Operating Procedures
18 May 2018 Top Learning and Development Trends & 2017 State of the Industry Report
18 May 2018 ATD-GTC New Member Orientation & Chapter Member Refresh
07 May 2018 Coaching SIG: Time & Email Management Strategies – Help Your Clients Be More Successful
19 April 2018 Membership Appreciation and Networking Event
02 April 2018 Coaching SIG: Big Plans and Tiny Habits
21 March 2018 Training SIG: Business Acumen
16 March 2018 The Intersection Between Change Management and T&D
16 March 2018 ATD-GTC New Member Orientation & Chapter Member Refresh
05 March 2018 Coaching SIG: Diversity Issues in Coaching & Consulting
16 February 2018 12 Steps to Building a Successful Talent Development Business, Internally or Externally
05 February 2018 Coaching SIG: Overview of Emergenetics - Presented by Erin Schneider
19 January 2018 Shifting Mindset
08 January 2018 Coaching SIG: Quiet Leadership
17 November 2017 Monthly Meeting: Presenting the Business Case for Creating Alignment
17 November 2017 ATD-GTC New Member Orientation & Chapter Member Refresh
26 October 2017 ATD-GTC Learning That Counts Conference 2017
22 September 2017 Monthly Meeting: The Impact of Corporate and Personal Branding on Training and Development
21 September 2017 Growing an Effective Portfolio
11 September 2017 Coaching SIG: What Do You Stand FOR in Your Business?
23 June 2017 The Value of Human Analytics in the Workplace
21 June 2017 ATD-GTC Chapter Sponsorship and Advertising
01 May 2017 Coaching SIG (May) - Applying Conversational Intelligence® to Leadership Coaching
03 April 2017 Coaching SIG - Mindfulness for Professionals with Anca van der Linden, MA
16 March 2017 eLearning SIG: Best Practices Training Should Steal from Software Development
06 March 2017 Coaching SIG (March) Recognizing Anxiety and Depression in Clients – Presented by Julie Anderson, LMFT
24 February 2017 eLearning SIG: Making Training Stick with Deepa Nirmal
06 February 2017 Coaching SIG: Helping clients with ADD/ADHD - Understanding Executive Functioning Issues
20 January 2017 Making Change Stick No Matter Your Role
09 January 2017 Coaching SIG - "The Art of Relaxation"
09 January 2017 2017 ATD-GTC Season Pass Registration
18 November 2016 Monthly Meeting: Leveraging Lessons of Neuroscience in Talent Development
07 November 2016 COACHING SIG: Working with Psychological Energy in Coaching
14 October 2016 ATD-GTC Learning That Counts Conference 2016
14 October 2016 Volunteers for ATD-GTC Learning That Counts Conference 2016
06 October 2016 Monthly Meeting: The Physics of Brand
12 September 2016 The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team
30 August 2016 Monthly Meeting: Mastering Complex Processes:How Learning & Development Impacts Processes
17 June 2016 Monthly Meeting: Engaging in Engagement: Tools to Understand and Participate in the Engagement Agenda
02 May 2016 Coaching SIG: Appreciative Inquiry as a Coaching Tool
26 April 2016 Performance SIG - April 2016
14 April 2016 ATD-GTC Member Appreciation Event
04 April 2016 Coaching SIG: Peaceful Resolutions - How to Prevent and Address Conflict
30 March 2016 Training SIG: Articulate Storyline Tips, Tricks, “Gotcha’s” and Best Practices
18 March 2016 Monthly Meeting: Building Brain-Friendly Workplaces
07 March 2016 Coaching SIG: How's Your Brain Energy? Productivity?
19 February 2016 Monthly Meeting: Capture Elusive Level 3 Data: The Secrets of Survey Design
01 February 2016 Coaching SIG: Listening Through a Different Cultural Voice
27 January 2016 Training SIG: Diversity of Experience in the Classroom
09 January 2016 2016 ATD-GTC Season Pass
04 January 2016 Coaching SIG: Groundwork for Building Successful Relationships
17 December 2015 Monthly Meeting: “To where are you driving the bus”: Reflections on the Learning Team & Learning Profession
20 November 2015 Monthly Meeting: What is Working in Change Management
09 November 2015 Coaching SIG: Resiliency, Part II
28 October 2015 Training SIG: Innovative Ways to Apply Adult Learning Principles
27 October 2015 Performance SIG
16 October 2015 Monthly Meeting: ROI by Design: Standardizing ISD Methodology for Measurement
05 October 2015 Coaching SIG: Establishing Credibility as a Coach—Through Evidenced Based Strengths Strategy
23 September 2015 Training SIG: Why Level 3 Measurement is Essential to Instructional Design
21 September 2015 Healthcare SIG: Getting Executive Buy-in and Sponsorship for Healthcare Education
10 September 2015 Disney Institute: Disney's Approach to Selection, Training & Engagement
29 July 2015 Training SIG: Best Practices in Creating Learning Materials
23 July 2015 ATD-GTC Annual Networking Event
16 July 2015 eLearning SIG: Creating Interactive Training Using eLearning and Simulation
19 June 2015 Monthly Meeting: Speaking on the Spot: How to Speak Effectively Under Pressure
16 June 2015 MNISPI Banquet & Book Exchange
21 May 2015 Monthly Meeting: Mobile Learning Environments: Formal, Experiential, Moment of Need
19 May 2015 PARTNER EVENT: MNISPI National Conference Recap and 99 Second Presentations
04 May 2015 Coaching SIG: Group Coaching – How to Build a Group for Fit, Performance & Individual Safety
21 April 2015 PARTNER EVENT: MNISPI The E-learning Talent Show
17 April 2015 Monthly Meeting:Training from the Trenches. Lessons from 15 Years of Presentation Training
15 April 2015 Performance SIG
06 April 2015 Coaching SIG: Resiliency 101
26 March 2015 E-Learning SIG: Best Practices Series: Blended Learning Successes
20 March 2015 Monthly Meeting: Driving Impact with Learning Analytics
18 March 2015 Training SIG: Best Supporting Players in an eLearning Course
02 March 2015 Coaching SIG: Coaching Difficult Clients and Helping Managers with Difficult Employees
20 February 2015 Organizational and Career Development SIG
20 February 2015 Monthly Meeting: ATD-GTC State of the Talent Development Industry in Minnesota
18 February 2015 Performance SIG Topic: Measurement and Data for Performance Improvement
02 February 2015 Coaching SIG: How to Create a Powerful New Client Lens with Somatic Practices
28 January 2015 Training SIG: Scenario-based eLearning: Creating Context for Engaged Learning
21 January 2015 We Thank You! Member Appreciation 2015
21 January 2015 E-Learning SIG: Best Practices Series: Using Podcasts and Video
05 January 2015 Coaching SIG: Peer Learning & Coaching Groups
17 December 2014 Performance SIG
21 November 2014 Monthly Meeting: Talk to the Elephant: Design for Behavior Change
18 November 2014 Ken Blachard Situational Leadership II Training (Two-Day Workshop)
17 November 2014 Ken Blachard Situational Leadership II Training (Two-Day Workshop)
03 November 2014 Coaching SIG: Intentional Leadership
22 October 2014 1 Day: Conference Wednesday, 10/22 Registration
21 October 2014 1 Day: Conference Tuesday, 10/21 Registration
21 October 2014 2014 Learning that Counts Sponsor/Exhibitor Registration
21 October 2014 2014 Learning that Counts Conference Volunteer RSVP
21 October 2014 2014 Annual Conference - 2 days
24 September 2014 Training SIG: Aligning Training and Measurement Strategies with Business Goals
22 September 2014 Articulate Roadshow with Tom Kuhlmann
19 September 2014 Monthly Meeting: Develop a Global Competency Strategy Aligned with Business Goals
18 September 2014 E-Learning SIG: Best Practices Series: Best Practices Series: Storyboarding
08 September 2014 Coaching SIG: How to Generate Revenue Through LinkedIn
21 August 2014 E-Learning SIG: Best Practices Series: Working with SMEs
20 June 2014 Monthly Meeting: Skills Gap ‘Cracker Barrel’
19 June 2014 E-Learning Instructional Design Certificate
16 June 2014 Creating Leadership Development Programs Certificate
02 June 2014 Coaching SIG: Using Positive Psychology in Leadership Coaching
28 May 2014 Training SIG: Quick Wins toward Measuring Value
22 May 2014 eLearning SIG: An eLearning Training Model for Non-profits


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