Employee Learning Week Webinar Series

  • 07 Dec 2015
  • 11 Dec 2015
  • 4 sessions
  • 07 Dec 2015, 12:00 PM 1:00 PM
  • 08 Dec 2015, 12:00 PM 1:00 PM
  • 10 Dec 2015, 12:00 PM 1:00 PM
  • 11 Dec 2015, 12:00 PM 1:00 PM
  • These sessions are virtual

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Employee Learning Week
Webinar Series


  December 7th - December 11th



   

The Association for Talent Development Chapter will be celebrating Employee Learning Week with a series of lunch time webinars!

The full week of learning sessions will be available to members for $25.00 and non-members $50.00

 

Session 1 - Monday | December 7th | 12:00PM - 1:00PM

Trigger Your Transformation!


We are kicking-off the Employee Learning Week with facilitator Trish Uhl, PMP, CPLP.  Join this strategic planning session where you'll make this the year you connect with purpose; spend the time to create your own unique Individual Development Plan (IDP); and take your turn at putting it into practice to achieve your dreams and become the person you aspire to be!

About the Presenter:


OWL'S LEDGE Founder, Trish Uhl, PMP, CPL is a globally recognized expert providing performance training and coaching to customer-focused, results-driven, achievement-oriented L&D professionals. She is the author of "Mastering the CPLP: How to Successfully Prepare for - and PASS! - the CPLP Knowledge Exam" and a contributing author to multiple business books on the topics of technology and teams.

Trish has built a worldwide reputation for practical application of the ATD Competency Model and the Certified Professional in Learning & Performance (CPLP) since the launch of the credential in 2005, and has facilitated workshops for clients on 4 continents.

Trish shows learning pros how to link their talents and skills to business strategy, "up their game," and create transformative L&D teams for high impact learning organizations. She is known for her leadership in learning pro peer development, L&D talent development, and for leading transformation projects that deliver results by "professionalizing the profession" formerly known as training.

Connect with Trish!

 

Session 2- Tuesday | December 8th | 12:00PM - 1:00PM

Show Your Work: The Payoff and How-To's of Working Out Loud!

When you ask, "What does learning look like?",  the answer is rarely, "Someone talking in front of a room". We learn by doing, and by telling what we're doing, and by watching others do things, and by showing others how we did something. Narrating work can solve so many problems for organizations, from capturing tacit knowledge, to easing transitions when workers depart, to further enabling informal and social learning. How can Training & Development professionals help this happen?

Attend this session and learn from Jane Bozarth author of "Show Your Work: The Payoffs and How-Tos of Working Out Loud", how to articulate the advantages of working out loud to the organization and individuals. You will also learn to describe several forms working out loud can take, and be able to offer examples of each. Additionally, you will be able to identify ways L&D can support workers and organizations interested in showing work 

About the Presenter:


Jane Bozarth
is an internationally known trainer, speaker, and author. A training practitioner for 20 years, Jane holds a masters degree an M.Ed. in training and development/technology in training and a doctorate in training and development. She has written for many trade publications and is the author of several books: Wiley's " E-Learning Solutions on a Shoestring"; "Better Than Bullet Points"; "From Analysis to Evaluation"; "Social Media for Trainers". Her newest book is "Show Your Work: The Payoffs and How-Tos of Working Out Loud".

Dr. Bozarth is a recipient of a Live and Online Award, a NASPE Award for Innovation in State Government Service, an NC State University Distinguished Faculty Award, and an eLearning Guild Guildmaster Award. Jane Bozarth lives in Durham, NC, and is employed as the e-learning coordinator for the North Carolina state government.

 

Session 3 - Thursday | December 10th | 12:00PM - 1:00PM     

Can't Live Without Our SME's!

Heidi draws from her experience to provide you with an introduction to her process and the best practices she has used when working with Subject Matter Experts. Specifically, what conversations with SME's need to focus on and how to use a short version of the 4MAT model to get the information needed as designers, or to aid them in creating their own training.

About the Presenter:


Heidi Matthews
is currently the Sr. Instructional Designer for Terracon, an engineering consulting company, exploring the creativity of eLearning. Previously she worked as a Regional Employee Development Manager with an international pump company. Heidi served on the ATDKC board for 5 years and continues to be active in the chapter as a volunteer. A graduate of Purdue University in education, it seems it was destiny to be surrounded by engineers.

Connect with Heidi:

  • Twitter: @heikan2003    
  • Blog: Hei Learning        

 

Session 4 - Friday | December 11th | 12:00PM - 1:00PM 

The 21st Century Toolbox: Are you equipped?

To close our Employee Learning Week celebration Shannon Tipton, Owner Learning Rebels Performance Consultancy will discuss the tools you need to implement a 21st century learning strategy.

Building a learning strategy which incorporates the mindset of the distracted learner can be a challenge. Key is building learning connectivity into your overall strategy. This is not simply coming prepared with games and activities but to adjust to our overall toolbox to today’s connected society. The learning toolbox needs to change, expand and adapt to the users. Then further adjusting to the needs of the business and of the moment. In this session we will be taking your toolbox to the next level, incorporating different collaborative elements and learning new and richer ways to connect, communicate and engage your audience.  

At the end of this session, you will be able to:

  • Articulate the difference between social learning and social tools for learning
  • Plan their social learning strategy according to the needs/requirements of the participant
  • Use collaboration and collaboration tools to support learning outcomes
  • Recognize which tools will be of best benefit to drive learning connectivity

About the Presenter:


As Chief Learning Rebel, Shannon Tipton is a skilled learning strategist, content developer and facilitator. Shannon has over 20 years of leadership experience developing successful learning strategies and infrastructures for Learning departments within organizations in North America, Europe and Korea.

Shannon works with people and organizations to lift learning innovation, knowing that today, social learning, content curation, and team collaboration are the keys to organizational success. She is recognized as bringing real-world expertise into the learning field by using up to date technologies and social learning tools to strengthen workplace alignment, enhance collaboration and increase learning connectivity.  

As author of Disruptive Learning Shannon spreads the “Learning Rebel” message by frequently speaking at conferences across North America. Shannon is also an ATD certified facilitator for “Designing Learning”, “Blended Learning Design” and “Social Media Tools for Learning”. Ranking as one of the top 100 L&D influencers on Twitter (@stipton) her blog “Learning Rebels” is in the top 100 elearning blogs and can be found at learningrebels.com.       

About Employee Learning Week:

Employee Learning Week is an awareness campaign highlighting the important connection between learning and achieving organizational results. For more information about ATD Employee Learning Week 2015, visit www.employeelearningweek.org , or email to elw@td.org.

Pricing

NNJ-ATD Members - $25.00 for all sessions 
NNJ-ATD Non-members - $50.00 for all sessions

 

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For any questions about Employee Learning, please email: admin@nnjatd.com 

 

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