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Free webinar for ATD Nebraska members In this webinar, we cover how leadership/supervisors can support learning transfer and creating a a culture of learning within organizations.
Learn practical ways to:
About the presenter
Dr. Tammy L. Means is Chief Learning Officer of Learning Services & Solutions, Inc., a human capital development and technology services firm located in both Mississippi and Alabama. Tammy has two true passions (1) Learning and (2) Technology. Tammy has provided provided learning and development and information technology services for various industries throughout the US for 17+ years. Tammy has a broad range of expertise in computer technologies and human capital development through both education and work experience. Her most recent projects are aiding organizations in learning transfer, content direction, instructional design, integrating health systems, childcare centers and helping organizations fully utilize information technology systems. Tammy also serves as adjunct professor for a local university teaching information technology, human resource, and leadership courses. Tammy joined the Make Training Stick® team in March 2018 and leads new content – Sticky Notes, presentations, books, consulting and continues to remain an active member of the Association for Talent Development and Society for Human Resource Management.
ATD Nebraska is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®. This program is valid for 1 PDCs for the SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit www.shrmcertification.org.
Event Contact VPprogramming@atdnebraska.org
UPDATE: This will now be a virtual event
ATD Members Free. Log in to the website to register.
Non Members $10
Implementing a new, large-scale learning initiative - such as a new onboarding program, a new sales enablement effort, a new platform to customers - often requires planning and building out the program pieces while decisions are still be made on design and execution. It's easy for change management to be overlooked in these situations - sometimes with serious consequence. This session reviews some of the existing models for change management planning and provides a case-study approach to reviewing the application (or lack thereof) of the models.
This session will provide senior learning leaders with tools to help drive change management planning with new initiatives and will provide learning designers and developers with the opportunity to see how their efforts can support successful implementation of a plan.
Seth Derner has spent his career fascinated with the question of how to improve learning in ways that drive real results.
As a high school agriscience teacher, Seth was one of the first in country to use live, interactive classroom technology to teach students in schools without access to agriscience classes.
As an education specialist for the National FFA Organization, Seth led the design and development of the organization’s first online program for students, the first performance support tool for teachers, and one of the largest curriculum efforts in the organization’s history.
Since founding Vivayic in 2006, Seth has worked with dozens of companies, associations, and public agencies to plan, design, and deliver new learning-related programs intended to both improve the learning experience and drive results for those organizations. Now that the team has grown to more than 20 people, Seth spends most of his time working on new initiatives and advising clients on forward-looking learning strategy.
Seth is the co–author of three books including “Strategies for Great Teaching” with Mark Reardon. The book, like Seth’s approach, is filled with practical strategies for getting better results.
Seth, his wife Carrie, and sons Rece and Beau, live in Lincoln, Nebraska. He is passionate about service in the community and is on the board of his church, an officer in his local Kiwanis club, and manages a local farmers' market.
Event Contact VPprogramming@atdnebraska.org
Learning Leaders is a Special Interest Group (SIG) where leaders who are responsible for the Talent Development function in their organization can come together to share ideas, best practices, and discuss trends.
This month, Thad Call, Ericka Juno, and Christa Otto will lead a discussion on Competency Models.
For more information, contact Jen Wichern.
SAVE THE DATE Trainer's Institute 2020
Are you new to Learning and Development? Are you looking to hone your skills? Are you a seasoned L&D professional but want a fresh perspective? Then ATD Nebraska’s Trainer’s Institute is for you! New benefits to Trainer’s Institute in 2020 include:
Trainer’s Institute will focus on four core skills that align with ATD’s new Capability Model. Each day embodies the knowledge and skills talent development professionals should possess to be effective in their roles to create the processes, systems, and frameworks that foster learning, maximize individual performance, and develop the capacity and potential of employees. You can look forward to sessions about:
1.) Instructional Design
2.) Delivery & Facilitation
3.) Technology Application
4.) Evaluating Impact
The sessions will be held on Tuesday, 09/15; Tuesday, 10/06; Tuesday, 10/27; and Tuesday, 11/17.
Stay tuned for more information on each session.
Full Program (Days 1 – 4): This is the only registration option currently available. Other registration options will open when individual session details are released.
Full Program Attendees with receive access to an exclusive LinkedIn group, group follow-up sessions with facilitators, a certificate of completion, and a Trainer’s kit.
1 Day Pricing
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