"New to TD" Community of Practice
4th Friday of the Month
Friday, April 26th, 2019
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 begin the conversation about Evaluating Learning Competencies. 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.
Location: Koorsen, 2820 N. Webster Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46219
Time: 7:30 - 9:00 a.m.
Leader: Susan Crawley, email@example.com
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.
Attention Northeastern Indiana....ATD-CIC is headed your way!
Please join us on Friday, April 26 to learn more about local learning and networking opportunities in the Fort Wayne area!
The purpose of this informational meeting is to:
This meeting is free and open for ATD, ATD-CIC members and non-members, but please RSVP so we know you'll be there!
Note: This meeting will take place in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Date: Friday, April 26
Time: 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Location: Indiana Tech - Cunningham Business Center, room 300
View campus on Google Maps
If you have questions about this event, please contact:
ATD-Central Indiana Chapter: firstname.lastname@example.org
Karen Berggoetz: Karen_Berggoetz@fwmetals.com
Media Club Community of Practice
Influencer: The New Science of Leading Change
Monday, April 29th , 2019
This is ATD National's Talent and Development Professionals Book Club book for March!
Location: Napolese, 114 E 49th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46205
Time: 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Registration is limited to 6 participants.
First Friday of the Month
Friday, May 3, 2019
3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
This Community of Practice will focus on sharing information about the vast array of programs, apps, websites and other resources available to us today that use “tech” to help create and deliver “learning.”
There is no charge for current members to attend. Communities of Practice meetings are part of the value of your membership in ATD CIC . Communities of Practice are designed for members of ATD-CIC, guests may attend once but will need to join ATD to continue attending. 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.
Location: Lids Offices, 10555 Lids Way, Zionsville, IN 46077
Time: 3:00 – 5:00pm
Leader: Tom Mills, email@example.com
Hello, Are You There?
Second Friday of the Month
Co-Chairs: Linda Carney Wiles, MATD - firstname.lastname@example.org
Brandi Jerde- email@example.com
Presented by: Bruce Cronquist, ATD Puget Sound
Virtual trainings can be hard since you can’t see your learners. Well, you can if you use a web cam. But do you need to get all made up just for class? No! There are lots of tools you can use to engage your learner both visually and through interaction. Some are built into your platforms: Thumbs Up, Breakout Rooms, and Chat. That's cool. But you can do SO much better!
In this session, my learning objective is for you to walk away bewildered. Yup, I want you to leave with so many great ideas in your head that you'll need to consult the job aide (yes, there will be one) over and over again. How will I accomplish that? I'll cover one platform agnostic tool every three minutes during the session. What, you challenge me to try to do it? Challenge accepted! Come prepared to use tools you know, and some you may not. If I miss any of your favorites, there will be time at the end to share your fav.
There is no charge for the Facilitation Special Interest Group meetings, and these meetings are for members of ATD Central Indiana only. Registration is requested to ensure all attendees have seating and resources available.
This session will be conducted virtually. Session links will be emailed to participants seven to ten days prior to the event.
The Modern Workplace: Grow. Execute. Differentiate.
Facilitated by Kristen Campbell
Friday, May 17th, 2019
The pace of change in the workplace has accelerated the need for talent development specialists to have a relentless focus on the acquisition, growth, development and retention of the talent in their organization. Expectations from senior leaders, as well as prospective hires, have never been higher. While the role of technology for data collection and reporting has provided valuable insight in enhancing the “human” workplace, the type of engagement that meets our most basic human needs continues to be people engaging people. Inspired by her work as a health coach and her own personal journey through the employee experience, Kristen will breakdown her successful coaching techniques and showcase the best investment you can make in your company—to make people feel seen, heard, and known.
This interactive and self-reflective event will provide attendees with a deeper insight into the modern workplace and current generational landscape, as well as map out how anyone in the organization can be a leader and influence the organization’s culture, productivity, morale and profitability.
Kristen Campbell is a Population Health Specialist at Apex Benefits. Her innate desire to “help people”, and her formal education in physical and behavioral sciences, has led to career stops in physical therapy, the NFL, corporate wellness and now employee benefits consulting. As an experienced health coach and consultant, Kristen finds her greatest joy and responsibility in working with leadership to create a culture and environment that truly allows for individuals to thrive. Kristen’s mission to make every human feel seen, heard and known is a personal one for her and she is committed to spreading that message everywhere she goes. Investing in human beings so they can invest in another human being is the ultimate ripple effect that will change our world and our workplaces.
7:30 - 8:00 a.m. Registration and Networking
8:00 - 9:30 a.m. Presentation
9:30 - 10:00 a.m. Open Networking
Friday, June 7, 2019
Applied Improvisation: A Playful Way to Reach Your Goals!
Facilitated by Dawn Wisher & Paige Clark Land
Friday, June 21st, 2019
In this fast-paced and interactive workshop, we will provide participants with a fresh look at training tools and strategies to foster leadership, trust, communication, creativity, and team building in your organization. Applied Improvisation is effective, educational, and engaging.
By using the principles of improvisation developed in comedy, jazz, and theatre, the participants will understand the 5 tenants of improv and how they can easily be integrated into the work place.
Meet Dawn and Paige:
Dawn Wisher, MA, is a Senior Lecturer in Business Communication at the Kelley School of Business, Indiana University Bloomington. She teaches Business Presentations (undergraduate) and co-teaches Maximum Impact: Increasing Your Effectiveness in the Workplace (online MBA). Dawn uses applied improvisation when she conducts training on impression management, listening, and presentations. She has also developed and taught several sections of an 8-week Applied Improvisation course for business students. She has attended national and regional conferences on applied improvisation to continue her research and learning - and took a class in Indianapolis at Indy Prov and one at Second City in Chicago so she could be the student!
Paige Land, MA, is a Senior Lecturer in Business Communication at the Kelley School of Business, Indiana University Bloomington. With an undergraduate degree in Speech and Theatre Education and a master's degree in Interpersonal Communication, she has taught theatre and communication sources at the high school and undergraduate level for the last 16 years. Paige also has extensive experience directing and performing with local theatre companies throughout Terre Haute and Indianapolis. She is especially interested in using applied improvisation as a way to help students/clients gain confidence and enhance creativity as well as providing training on best practices of developing presentational aids that are visually engaging and audience focused. With Dawn, she helped develop an 8-week Applied Improv course for business students and has had the pleasure of teaching several iterations of the course. Paige has also enjoyed taking improv classes at Comedy Sports in Indianapolis and at Second City in Chicago.
Friday, July 5, 2019
Change is in our DNA: How Organizational Development Influences Corporate Change
Facilitated by MeChelle Callen & Michelle Baker
Friday, July 19, 2019
When organizations embark on a massive change initiative, it is essential that Organizational/Talent Development teams have a seat at the table from the earliest stages to effectively engage employees throughout the process. In this session, participants will hear the story of how the Organizational Development team at FORUM Credit Union successfully navigated a multi-year core system upgrade, which impacted every facet of the business and changed the work of 99% of employees. This initiative resulted in the achievement of a significant industry award and set the stage for organizational change and learning initiatives in the future.
What will be discussed:
MeChelle Callen, VP of Organizational Development at FORUM Credit Union, and a Past-President of ATD-CIC, has nearly three decades of experience in talent development with experience in healthcare, real estate, not-for-profits, and financial services. MeChelle has been instrumental in developing award-winning programs, recognized through the Training Magazine Top 125 (2016, 2017, 2019), including an Outstanding Training Initiative (2019), and a Brandon Hall Award for Excellence.
Michelle Baker has been a champion of workplace learning for 20 years, helping organizations develop and implement meaningful talent development and onboarding initiatives. Michelle is the Manager of Talent Development at FORUM Credit Union, a Past-President of ATD-CIC, a National Advisor to Chapters with ATD's national organization, and the voice of the award-winning phase(two)learning blog, reaching thousands of HR and Talent Development professionals each month.
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SAVE THE DATE!
2019 Learning Summit
Friday, November 15, 2018
Ivy Tech Conference Center | Indianapolis, IN
Details coming soon!
Contact us if you're interested in sponsoring or speaking at this event!
Note: We are not able to provide refunds, but your registration is transferable.
The Association for Talent Development – Central Indiana Chapter (ATD-CIC), recognized nationally with awards such as as Chapter Excellence and Chapter of the Month for innovation, growth and excellence, will be hosting our annual one-day conference, the Learning Summit, on Friday, November 15, 2019. With our rapid chapter growth, we are expecting as many as 150 Learning and Talent Development professionals and decision-makers from Indiana and across the Midwest in attendance for our flagship event of the year.
In order to maintain an affordable, immersive learning and networking experience for ATD-CIC members and guests, as well as to bring exposure to reputable organizations in our area and industry, we are extending several sponsorship opportunities for this event. Whether you are with a large organization or an individual coach or consultant, there are multiple affordable options to showcase your business during this premier event, and in the months leading up to it!
Sponsorship Levels (only available sponsorships listed below)
Diamond Sponsor ($5,000) - 1 available
Platinum Sponsor ($2,500) - 2 available
Gold Sponsor ($1,000) - 5 available
Silver Sponsor ($500)
Bronze Sponsor ($250)
Make checks payable to ATD- Central Indiana Chapter
Mailing Address:ATD-CICP.O. Box 6206Fishers, IN 46038
Friday, December 6, 2019
ATD - Central Indiana Chapter
PO Box 6206, Fishers, IN 46038
(317) 961 - 1395
Use ChIP Code CH5010