"New to TD" Community of Practice
4th Friday of the Month
Friday, January 24th, 2020
Open to Members and Non-Members
7:30 - 9:00 a.m.
The New to TD Community of Practice is for people who have been given responsibilities related to creating and/or delivering training within their organizations for less than 3 years. You don’t need to have “Training” in your title. If this sounds like you, this is a great place to learn the basics about the T&D world.
Join us as we continue our discussion of the ATD Competency Model and what it means for those who are new to the field or have been "thrown into training and development" so to speak! This month's meeting will continue our conversation about the ATD Competency Model. Mentoring opportunities will also be provided. We welcome anyone new to the profession or who has been in an L&D role for three years or less! For additional information, contact Susan Crawley.
11800 Exit 5 Parkway
Fishers, IN 46037
It's the long white building just past Top Golf. Look for Suite 120 door!)
Time: 7:30 - 9:00 a.m.
Leader: Susan Crawley, firstname.lastname@example.org
A Note about This Community of Practice:
Most Communities of Practice are available to ATD-CIC members only, but the New to TD Community of Practice is open to both members and non-members, free of charge.
Communities of Practice have no long-term commitment for ongoing attendance. We'd be delighted to have you join us when you're available. Registration is requested to ensure all attendees have seating and resources available.
Not Getting to Levels 3 & 4 is Like Kissing Frogs!
by Linda Hainlen
Friday, February 21st, 2020
Many organizations fall short of getting the most from their project investment because their learning participants do not adequately utilize their new knowledge. In this fun interactive session, learn from a Kirkpatrick Partner’s certified facilitator how to ensure true learning outcomes are obtained for your organization. Pitfalls to avoid as well as tips for success will be presented. Don’t get stuck kissing frogs when learning participants fail to properly move from learning to performance. Instead, learn how to obtain the crown of true outcomes!
This interactive session is based on a case study from a project I completed at IU Health and how I reached outcomes using the Kirkpatrick Four Levels of Evaluation. My journey was not completely smooth. My training went great but performance did not happen automatically just because I provided stellar training. I had to utilize the principles in the Kirkpatrick Model to regroup and reach outcomes. A Disney Princess and the Frog theme will by utilized with this presentation to help drive home specific topics.
The Kirkpatrick 4 Levels truly changed the trajectory of my career. I learned that I was making measurement way too difficult and moved from an order taker in my organization to a business partner with a seat at the table.
Linda Hainlen is the Director of Business Development at Sedona Learning Solutions, a Kirkpatrick Certified Facilitator, and an international author. She served as Director of Learning Solutions for IU Health in Indianapolis, IN for 18 years. Sedona Learning is the only US Kirkpatrick Partners affiliate.
Linda has over 25 years of proven experience as a training manager--including real world experience applying the Kirkpatrick principles. “Utilizing the Kirkpatrick Business Partnership Model truly transformed my results and elevated my division at IU Health to a strategic business partner in the organization. I am passionate about working with other organizations to help them elevate their results through partnering and obtaining sustainable outcomes.”
Linda is an engaging facilitator and presenter, who authentically and successfully connects with audiences by bringing concepts to life through sharing her own experiences from working in a highly regulated industry. Her practical and genuine approach inspires participants not only in thinking but in applying their newfound knowledge and skills.
Under Linda’s leadership, her division at IU Health was awarded the highly prestigious ASTD Best award in 2011. Linda has been published several times, including a white paper co-written with Jim Kirkpatrick on the topic of healthcare. Her ATD Infoline on “Designing Informal Learning” made the top 50 best sellers and was translated into 83 languages. Linda has been a speaker at several international conferences and has worked with companies from around the world to improve their effectiveness and achieve measurable outcomes. Industries served include higher education, corporate learning, nuclear, and healthcare.
7:30 - 8:00 a.m. Registration and Networking
8:00 - 9:30 a.m. Presentation
9:30 - 10:00 a.m. Open Networking
New to Talent Development | ATD-CIC Community of Practice
Friday, February 28, 2020
The New to Talent Development Community of Practice is for people who have been given responsibilities related to developing and/or delivering training within their organizations for less than 3 years. You don’t need to have “Training” in your title. If this sounds like you, this is a great place to learn the basics about the Talent Development profession.
Join us as we continue our discussion of ATD's new Talent Development Capability Model and what it means for those who are new to the field or have training responsibilities in their job role.
This month's meeting topic: From Competencies to Capabilities
In this session, we will review the new ATD Capability Model and discuss what the change means to the Talent Development profession. Additionally, participants will share their current work projects and challenges, as well as an action plan to continue their individual development journey between meetings.
Whether you are an ATD-CIC member or not, please join us - we welcome anyone new to the profession or who has been in an L&D role for three years or less!
This discussion will be facilitated by Michelle Baker, AVP - Organizational Development, FORUM Credit Union/ATD-CIC board member. Please contact Michelle directly for questions or more information about this Community of Practice - email@example.com .
FORUM Credit Union - Corporate HQ office
11313 USA Parkway
Discussion Leader: Michelle Baker - firstname.lastname@example.org
Most Communities of Practice are available to ATD-CIC members only, but the New to Talent Development Community of Practice is open to both members and non-members, free of charge.
Preparing Today's Workforce for Tomorrow
by Keith Keating
*Keith will be joining us Online Live from Detroit, Michigan!*
Friday, January 20th, 2020
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- Create 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.
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. Regardless of the role, at the heart of everything Keith does centers around problem solving. He studied Design Thinking at MIT's Sloan School of Management and found Design Thinking was a perfect tool to add to his problem solving "toolkit". Since then, Keith has been utilizing Design Thinking to help clients tap into understanding and resolving unmet customer and future workforce needs.
Friday, March 27, 2020
This month is a casual coffee meetup...join us at Rize for coffee and conversation!
In this meetup, participants will build deeper professional relationships while sharing about current work projects, challenges, development plan progress and idea sharing.
Rize - Fishers
9705 Fishers District Dr. Suite 760
(this is in the new Fishers District near IKEA - 116th/I-69 area)
Note: Attendees are on their own for food/beverage purchases.
Speed Dating: L&D Style
Friday, April 17th, 2020
Ever heard of Speed Dating? Well, ATD-CIC will be doing Speed Dating, L&D Style! Various "daters" from the Indianapolis area will be looking for "dates" based on their L&D hot topic or trend! Don't miss out on this one of a kind event!
Join us for our April monthly program!
Friday, April 24, 2020
This month's meeting topic: Impacting Organizational Capability
In this session, we will review the new ATD Capability Model , specifically the Organizational Capability domain. Additionally, participants will share their current work projects and challenges, as well as an action plan to continue their individual development journey between meetings.
FORUM Credit Union (Corporate HQ office)
Transforming Culture Through Leadership
by Susan Elsey
Friday, May 15th, 2020
Corporate culture is the ultimate competitive advantage. Talent management and workplace culture expert, Susan Elsey, will share her expertise to help learning professionals transform culture through strategic whole system leadership development. Learn best practices to align and develop leaders by implementing a new Leadership Operating Model to transform culture to live the organization’s values, deliver brand promises and execute strategy.
Susan Elsey is the Founder and Principal of Elsey Consulting Group. As a dynamic speaker, coach and talent consultant, she brings over twenty years of innovative business experience in learning, leading change, developing leaders, and transforming workplace culture to drive strategy execution. She is passionate about building healthy high performing organizations and extraordinary leaders.
As the former Sr. Director of Global Talent Management and Organizational Development at ExactTarget and Salesforce she lead a team focused on unleashing the company’s human potential and building a thriving corporate culture with a workforce that was in the top 1% of most engaged in the world. Her team was recognized as a prestigious “Training Top 125” organization from Training, Inc.
Susan worked at Anthem as the Director of Workplace Culture, leading Anthem’s Executive Development function and providing organizational development consulting to enable its growth through M&A into one of the largest health insurer in the United States.
Elsey Consulting Group helps companies transform their culture and rapidly scale through talent and leadership. Areas of expertise include leadership development, executive coaching, culture transformation/change, team building, organizational development, employee engagement, career development, onboarding, employment branding and talent management.
Friday, May 22, 2020
Burnout Prevention and Recovery
by Rob and Terri Bogue
Friday, June 19th, 2020
We’ve all been there. We’ve felt burnt out. Perhaps we even feel burnt out today. If you're not experiencing burnout, the odds are someone close to you is. In this interactive session, you’ll learn the drivers that cause and sustain burnout. You’ll discover simple techniques to make yourself and those around you more resilient to burnout and prevent it from happening in the first place. Pulling research and writings from many disciplines, we’ll help you learn what you can do — without much additional effort — to prevent and recover from burnout.
About Rob and Terri:
Robert Bogue has a driving passion for delivering solutions through both teaching and learning. His drive for resolving problems is fueled by his creativity and innovation to find solutions that others cannot. A business owner and community leader for over 10 years and 16-time Microsoft MVP, he has authored 27 books and edited over 100 additional books. He knows how to ignite engagement, stop from burning out, and freeze a snowballing conflict in its tracks.
Terri Bogue has a passion for helping people be healthy and happy, both physically and emotionally. As a clinical nurse specialist with over 30 years of experience in nursing, she understands how difficult healthcare and life is for patients and providers. Through this experience, she has developed tools that support healthcare providers in delivering effective and compassionate care to their patients and themselves and reducing healthcare-associated infections. She inspires people to learn what boundaries are and how to maintain them, both professionally and personally, cool down a conflict during heated situations, and prevent and recover from burnout.
Friday, June 26, 2020
This month's meeting topic: Developing Professional Capability
In this session, we will review the new ATD Capability Model , specifically the Professional Capability domain. Additionally, participants will share their current work projects and challenges, as well as an action plan to continue their individual development journey between meetings.
JoyPowered®: Intentionally Creating an Inspired Workspace
by JoDee Curtis
Friday, July 17th, 2020
Are you settling for a tolerable workspace? In this session, JoDee Curtis, SHRM-SCP, CPA, challenges you to make yourself and your workspace JoyPowered™! Discover how to create a dynamic and inspired workspace by focusing on strengths instead of fixating on weaknesses. The JoyPowered™ philosophy helps organizations and individuals understand how to structure their relationships and environments to focus on their strengths, bringing out the best in others and themselves. A healthy work culture doesn’t have to start at the top; an inspired workspace starts with YOU!
JoDee Curtis is the Founder of Purple Ink and the ink pad, author of JoyPowered™: Intentionally Creating an Inspired Workspace and co-author of The JoyPowered™ andThe JoyPowered™ Team. JoDee has a passion for helping organizations and individuals discover their talents and do more of what they do well!
Prior to founding Purple Ink in 2010, JoDee spent 21 years in public accounting as a practicing CPA and, later, as a Director of HR. JoDee also has experience as a CFO, thereby bringing a unique financial and overall business approach. JoDee obtained her bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Evansville. She is a Certified Public Accountant, a SHRM - Senior Certified Professional, and a Gallup-certified Strengths Coach. She is a faculty member for National SHRM, a member of the National Speakers Association, serves on the State Council for Indiana SHRM, and is co-host of The JoyPowered™ Workspace Podcast. JoDee was named the HR Indiana SHRM Volunteer Leader of the Year in 2019.
JoDee is a wife and mother of three humans and two labradoodles, and she loves to read and travel. She chairs the strategic planning committee at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel and the board of The O’Connor House and is a member of Pass the Torch 500 Circle Club for Women and a board member for Forum Credit Union.
Friday, July 24, 2020
Network Beyond Bias: Making Diversity a Competitive Advantage for Your Career
by: Amy Waninger
Friday, August 21st, 2020
Is your professional network as diverse as the workforce and community around you? If not, you could be missing important opportunities for your career and your company. Learn about the challenges we all face in making meaningful connections, the impacts of these missed connections, and how to recognize and overcome them. This session will help you remove the artificial barriers that may be keeping you from your next mentor, star hire, or big customer.
Amy C. Waninger, CEO of Lead at Any Level, works with organizations that want to build diverse leadership bench strength for a sustainable competitive advantage. She is the author of multiple books including Network Beyond Bias: Making Diversity a Competitive Advantage for Your Career.
Amy is a Professional Member of National Speakers Association and a Prosci Certified Change Practitioner. Her other credentials include two degrees from Indiana University and a World’s Best Mom coffee mug.
Friday, August 28, 2020
This month's meeting topic: Building Personal Capability
In this session, we will review the new ATD Capability Model , specifically the Personal Capability domain. Additionally, participants will share their current work projects and challenges, as well as an action plan to continue their individual development journey between meetings.
Using Measurable Data to Get Maximum Employee Performance
by Mike Hill
Friday, September 18th, 2020
During this workshop Mike will share his Five-Step “proven” method for improving employee performance from my book: Measuring to Manage. This workshop is tailored to whatever industry he is presenting too. Attendees will leave with written plans as to how to raise the performance of their employees. In addition, attendees will leave with a list of 15 proven motivating techniques. Using the guidelines from the workshop, managers will increase productivity and elevate workforce performance – without “babysitting” their employees.
As one of America's leading experts on improving employee performance, Mike will share his proven tips, and explain; How, Why, and When to implement them. Mike has spoken to and trained hundreds of people from all over the world. His unique approach to empowering employees will improve every organization’s bottom line.
Mike has more than 25 years experience in industrial distribution. He and his team grew an Indiana -based organization from a single location to a six-location business in the span of 10 years. Mike has also been the vice president of a Fortune 1500 company that grew sales 25% during the years he was in charge (3-years). In both situations, Mike attributes the unprecedented growth to having helped employees perform to their maximum ability with the help of his data driven process, based on using measurable criteria.
Mike graduated from Saint Bonaventure University with a Bachelor of Arts followed by a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA).
Mike has written many books such as: Measuring Ourselves, Taking Measurable Steps to Career Advancement and Corporate Measurements to Manage, Using Measurable Data to Get Maximum Corporate Results
Friday, September 25, 2020
Friday, October 16th, 2020
Join us for our October monthly program! Speaker details and session information will be released shortly.
Friday, October 23, 2020
This month's meeting topic: Your Development Goals: Immediate, Short-term, Long-term
In this session, we will review the new ATD Capability Model and discuss what the change means to the Talent Development profession. This session will review all 3 domains of the model; participants will discuss their own organizational, professional and personal development goals. Additionally, participants will share their current work projects and challenges, as well as an action plan to continue their individual development journey between meetings.
Holiday Happy Hour!
Tuesday, December 8, 2020
5:30 - 7:00pm
Join us as we celebrate our year of learning, growing and connecting together!
This event is open to both ATD-CIC members and non-members - all are welcome (please RSVP)!
Blind Owl Brewery
5014 E. 62nd St.
Indianapolis, IN 46220
Time: 5:30 - 7:00pm
ATD - Central Indiana Chapter
PO Box 6206, Fishers, IN 46038
(317) 961 - 1395
Use ChIP Code CH5010