FREE TOUR: ATD Capability Model and Your Skills for Success
Facilitated by Erin Holly Batts
Friday, March 19th, 2021
7:30 - 8:00 a.m. Networking | 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. Program
Join Holly Batts from ATD National as she takes us on a tour of the new model, demonstrates interactive tools and shares insights from how practitioners have reported their skills levels. Learn how the new model has impacted ATD’s global certification programs – and how certification can positively impact your career.
•Understand the components of the new model.
•Apply the interactive tools to identify areas of growth for yourself or your whole team.
•Get an overview of the CPTD and APTD certification programs.
•Know how to begin the process and how to prepare.
•Understand the benefits of being certified by ATD CI how they can help professionals distinguish themselves from their peers.
We hope that you will join us!
Talent Development Essentials | ATD-CIC Community of Practice
4th Friday of the Month *Virtual*
Friday, March 26, 2021
Open to Members and Non-Members
9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
The Talent Development Essentials Community of Practice is for people who have responsibilities related to developing or delivering training within their organizations. It’s also for those who are looking for a greater understanding of the Talent Development profession. You don’t need to have “Training” or “L & D” in your title or daily work. If this sounds like you, join us and connect with others to collaborate, contribute, and learn.
This month’s meeting topic: The L & D Team Lacks Resources
This session presents a great opportunity to talk about how we can make the most of limited resources. Plan to share your creative ideas and bring your questions to help us identify ways to continue to grow and develop. Sophie Oberstein's book, "Troubleshooting for Trainers," is a great resource we'll be incorporating into the discussion. The book is available on Amazon.com
This discussion will be facilitated by Lisa Robinson, Program Director and Assistant Professor of Practice, University of Indianapolis. Please contact Lisa directly with questions or for more information about this Community of Practice at firstname.lastname@example.org
Lisa Robinson is our Talent Development Essentials Community of Practice Leader!
Lisa brings diverse experience in L & D, Human Resources, curriculum development, and consulting. She has over 20 years of experience in organizations including University of Indianapolis, Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance, Bristol-Myers Squibb, The ARS Group, University of Evansville, and several consulting firms.
In her work, Lisa applies knowledge gained from asking, "What if?" and from earning degrees in Learning Design & Technology and in Management. She is also a Certified ScrumMaster.
THIS SESSION WILL TAKE PLACE VIRTUALLY IN ZOOM:
A Note about This Community of Practice:
Most Communities of Practice are available to ATD-CIC members only, but the Talent Development Essentials 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.
Slide School: 7 Simple Rules for Making Slides Make Sense
Facilitated by Wendy Gates Corbett
Friday, April 16th, 2021
Slides are the way we communicate visually, yet the ones we see are so crowded with words, images, & data that we have no clue what they’re saying! How can we create slides that clearly convey our message without scaring our audience? We’ll use quick, easy Slide Rules based on skills you already have to turn confusing slides into compelling ones that make your point easy to see, understand, and remember. We’ll discuss, demonstrate and apply the rules to real-world example slides.
In this engaging, interactive program with award-winning presentation consultant Wendy Gates Corbett, you will learn to:
-Evaluate slides to select the key idea to focus the audience’s attention
-Apply the rules for creating slides that clearly communicate with words, images, and/or data
-Learn time-saving tips for creating great slides quickly using slide skills you already have
-Explore great resources for slide design tips, know-how and inspiration
Wendy Gates Corbett, CPTD, is an experienced international presenter, award-winning presentation consultant, and certified trainer who works with executives, speakers, leaders, and professional athletes as they become more clear, impactful presenters. She is on a mission to rid the world of bad presentations (she’s saved more than 10,000 slides to date). As the President and Chief Presentation Officer of Signature Presentations, and a former global training executive, Wendy has spoken for more than 150,000 people all over the world about building belonging, confidence, clarity, and powerful presence. She is in her 12th year as a board member of the Research Triangle Area (think ‘Raleigh, NC’) Chapter of ATD and is a former member of the ATD International Board of Directors.
Friday, April 23, 2021
8:00 - 9:00 a.m.
This month’s meeting topic will be announced shortly!
Lisa brings diverse experience in Talent Development, Human Resources, curriculum development, and consulting. She has over 20 years of experience in organizations including University of Indianapolis, Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance, Bristol-Myers Squibb, The ARS Group, and University of Evansville.
In her work, Lisa applies knowledge gained from earning an MS - Education in Learning Design & Technology, and a Master’s in Management. She is also a Certified ScrumMaster.
Access information will be provided!
Leveraging Animated Video for More Engaging eLearning!
Facilitated by Robb Bingham
Friday, May 21st, 2021
Are your eLearning audiences being lulled to sleep when you present learning objectives at the top of your course? There’s a better way to communicate what the audience will learn while motivating them to dive into your eLearning course. In this session, you’ll see several examples of how learning designers have taken the thrill of eLearning to a new level for their learners. Attendees will also have the opportunity to learn principles for evaluating the variety of animation tools currently on the market that will help them make better decisions before investing time and money in any of them, and get some practical experience starting to write a succinct script that will set you up for success with your early animation efforts!
(M.Ed., Curriculum and Instruction, University of South Florida) holds multiple awards for helping companies get strategic with training – especially in the space where learning intersects with communications and performance improvement. One company estimates a measurable savings over $3M within the first year of implementing one of Robb’s design solutions.
Mr. Bingham has served organizations in a number of different roles, from Trainer, Designer, Developer, and Producer, to Team Lead, National Curriculum Manager, and External Consultant and is the creator of the Converging Solutions Problem Solving Model.
Robb also spent several years (back in the dark ages) performing and directing on the dinner theatre circuit. Now as a training and communication coach, he talks practically about ways to apply communication and theatre arts practices, to improve one’s authenticity, credibility, and relevancy when presenting to audiences of 1 to 1000.
Friday, May 28, 2021
Influence for Results
Facilitated by Jeff Welch
Friday, June 18th, 2021
In this course, you’ll learn to use your influencing skills to positively affect others without formal authority. You’ll explore three influence factors: image, power, and relationships. You’ll explore five different influence styles (logic, vision, alliance, and power). Lastly, you’ll practice a 5-step influence strategy.
Objectives: After this course, you should be able to apply your subtle influencing skills to obtain a person’s commitment to take action.
· Determine what influence is (and isn’t)
· Consider your influence factors
· Consider the other person’s influence styles
· Apply an influence strategy
Jeff Welch is an accomplished corporate trainer, leadership coach, writer, and public speaker with over 20 years of experience in the Learning and Development space. He has delivered training workshops, seminars, and keynote speeches for clients in the United States, Canada, Europe, and the Caribbean.
He specializes in facilitating instructor-led and virtual training courses which focus on professional development skills and train-the-trainer programming.
Jeff’s training programs and speeches are well-researched and delivered in a down-to-earth, yet high energy style. Jeff utilizes storytelling techniques and incorporates various “pearls of wisdom” from his grandmother.
A proud alumnus of Western Kentucky University, Jeff holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Broadcast Journalism and Speech Communications. He also possesses numerous training certifications in the disciplines of diversity and inclusion, facilitation, instructional design, and human performance consulting.
Jeff is President of his own consulting group, JW Training Events, LLC. A life-long Southerner, Jeff was raised in Owensboro, Kentucky, and currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia. He loves to cook, travel, and read historical markers while on road trips.
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Association for Talent Development - Central Indiana Chapter (ATD-CIC)
PO Box 6206
Fishers, Indiana 46038