Upcoming Events

    • 01 Dec 2017
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EST)
    • Adobe Connect (link will be provided prior to webinar)
    • 76
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    Questions, please email info@atdcharlotte.org

    • 06 Dec 2017
    • 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
    • Hood Center - 375 Anderson Road South, Rock Hill, SC 29730
    • 45
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    2017

     

    2017
           
    The Day of Learning Preconference, offered separately from  the Day of Learning, is a deeper-dive into a current topic impacting talent development. Like the Day of Learning, the Preconference offers topics in these categories: Design, Delivery and Strategy.

    The Day of Learning is a one day talent development conference offering Keynote Speakers, multi-track sessions, a panel discussion and vendor expo.

    Reinvigorate yourself and team by taking advantage of this phenomenal programming. We look forward to seeing you!

    CLICK THE REGISTER BUTTON ON THE LEFT TO GET STARTED!

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    email: dol@atdcharlotte.org 
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    • 09 Dec 2017
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • 500-A Spratt Street, Charlotte, NC, 28206
    • 5
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    Volunteer Opportunity - Crisis Assistance

    ATD Charlotte loves the community and is excited to give back once again. Please register to join us as we give our time to a worthy cause and partner with Crisis Assistance in Charlotte, NC on December 9th! Details are below!

    Crisis Assistance offers many services. ATD will be assisting in the Free Store. The Free Store provides donated clothing and household items all at no charge to families in need, so that people can use their limited resources on other necessities. 

    What will we be doing? Sorting and inspecting donations, hanging clothing, and stocking the Free Store as needed.

    When is the event? Saturday December 9th from 9am - 12pm 

    Where is the event? 500-A Spratt Street, Charlotte, NC, 28206 at the intersection of Graham and Statesville Avenue

    Special Instructions: 

    When volunteers arrive, feel free to park anywhere in our parking lot (we encourage carpooling). Your group will want to show up 10 minutes early to find parking and for signing in. You will want to enter through the “Welcome Volunteers” entrance which is the small door to the left of the Donation Drive Thru. A member of our Free Store Production team will help the group sign in, give a brief orientation and overview of our agency, and from there the group will work on the production side of the Free Store. Volunteers are encouraged to wear close-toed shoes and bring their own water bottle. 

    Questions, please email info@atdcharlotte.org

    • 18 Jan 2018
    • 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • The Employers Association 3020 W Arrowood Rd., Charlotte, NC 28273
    • 82
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    Connie Chesner and Travis Cook

    Fear, nervousness, anxiety and stress... we all experience them and they drag our work and productivity, teams and focus away from tasks that are vital for success.  These primal reactions can only be battled at their level to achieve lasting results.  Enter a fully experiential program that taps into the primal needs for connection and community while bridging to soft skills vital to every day achievement and work such as trust, communication, leadership, achievement and goals, all enhanced by safety and security tools.  Join us for an experience like no other, where we guide you through psychological connections and exercises designed to increase individual and group cohesion, all while experientially learning a series of physical self defense skills.  You’ll leave more confident, connected, and clear on defenses that allow you to focus and forge forward with confidence through whatever challenges you face.  Don’t get left out of an experience people will be talking about and applying in dynamic ways across their roles and organizations for years to come.

    About Connie Chesner and Travis Cook:

    Connie Chesner has become a master at resiliency and human motivations through over 20 years in psychology, qualitative market research, and hard earned personal experience. From the depths of despair to the heights of industry success, she overcame a five-year abusive relationship and found the power of overcoming fear and embracing empowerment and now guides others through their challenges to show them the strength and resiliency contained in each of us. She’s been an international media expert, has run projects to launch and reform multi-national brands, and she weaves that deep understanding into guiding teams through their own challenges and fears. Today, she dives deep into her wisdom to guide others on their own journeys as individuals and as a part of teams.

    Travis Cook is a dynamic instructor with multiple world titles in Tae Kwon Do and nearly 20 years of instruction experience in Krav Maga. He’s worked with thousands of individuals at various stages of their journey’s to strength, skills, and empowerment by teaching them how to walk through fear and into control. Now, he guides individuals and teams to higher levels of consciousness, empowerment, and self-awareness, taking them to higher levels of knowledge and awareness which they will carry with them for a lifetime.


    5:00 - Networking

    5:45 - Dinner

    6:45 - Speaker

    • 15 Feb 2018
    • 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • The Employers Association 3020 W Arrowood Rd., Charlotte, NC 28273
    • 83
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    Dr. Holly Baxter

    Expert knowledge is difficult to capture and transfer effectively, because it involves deeply-embedded skills that an expert may not be consciously aware of using and may not understand how to share. The challenge this poses is how to capture and transfer that knowledge among co-workers and external partners who need to work together on critical, high-stakes projects. Without effective knowledge transfer strategies, these valuable lessons learned and best practices are often lost. This is especially difficult with experts in niche specialties, when parties are geographically dispersed, and when the people who need the knowledge work in different organizations. The knowledge in each of these situations can be easily lost, yet it is knowledge essential to the success of the mission, especially in emergency situations such as responses to natural disaster events that are time-critical.

    This workshop is based on case studies of more than 200 top-level executives, engineers, and scientists at Fortune 500 companies, the military, and multiple government agencies. It begins by offering a background of knowledge transfer and flow strategies, and then offers effective processes for enhancing knowledge flow at all levels of organizations—both internally and externally. This workshop also covers the impact of internal vs. external parties on knowledge transfer, as well as maintaining knowledge flow when organizations are geographically dispersed. Best practices and tools are shared for capturing key knowledge, analyzing and documenting that knowledge, and multiple methods to transfer that key knowledge. The workshop also provides an open forum for addressing individual challenges that participants are facing.


    About Holly Baxter:

    Holly C. Baxter, Ph.D. is co-founder and Chief Scientist of Strategic Knowledge Solutions, Inc. She has spent over 15 years specializing in Instructional Design, Evaluation Metrics, Organizational Development, Knowledge Management, Leadership Development, and Training in government, military, and commercial environments. Her experience includes developing knowledge assessment methodologies for improving communication flow and organizational learning across countries and cultures and designing training to enhance situational awareness in high-stakes situations. She also designs embedded training solutions for enhanced human performance, develops evaluation metrics for cognitively-based training, and develops knowledge transfer strategies to accelerate the expertise development cycle. Holly is a certified Knowledge Management Professional and Six Sigma Black Belt. She has worked as a senior advisor and consultant for the United Nations Development Programme, World Bank, U.S. Army and Marine Corps, Harvard Business School, and numerous Fortune 100 companies. She has published more than 50 articles, papers, and book chapters in the field of cognitively-based training solutions, human performance, and knowledge management. Holly has been an invited speaker at multiple conferences and events and has given many workshops on Cognitive Task Analysis, Vignette Development, Intuitive Decision-Making, Conducting Knowledge Assessments, Improving Knowledge Transfer, and Leadership Development.


    5:00 - Networking

    5:45 - Dinner

    6:45 - Speaker

    • 15 Mar 2018
    • 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • The Employers Association 3020 W Arrowood Rd., Charlotte, NC 28273
    • 83
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    Rebecca Bales

    Employee engagement is stagnant across the US since 2011 per the recent Gallup studies, with the percentage of engaged employees hovering between 29 to 32% across the years.  Yet the solution we often use in the world of Talent Development, to help individuals raise their own self-awareness as well as understand the value and talents of those we work with, are the same employee assessment tools that were created back in 1943.

    So how is that working for you?  Why do we continue to gravitate back to these assessment tools designed to categorize others?  Join us for an interactive presentation that explorers a revolutionary approach to the world of behavioral tools designed to disrupt this pattern of categorization and transform the way organizations view the diversity of their people, including thought, communication and work style.  Experience the power of using assessment tools which pave the way to a more inclusive culture that recognizes and embraces the unique talents of its people and empowers you to provide disruptively innovative learning solutions, tools and resources.

    About Rebecca Bales:

    Rebecca is an expert in Organizational Development and a Change Management specialist. She has worked in this field since 1993 and has a background in Psychology and Human Dynamics with her graduate work in Organizational Development. She is an ACC certified coach through the International Coaching Federation and is a CSP (Certified Professional Speaker) through the National Speakers Association. Rebecca is currently the Global Partner, USA for Lumina Learning, a worldwide talent development organization headquartered in London. Rebecca is a published author of Step Up to the Plate, The Power of Passion and Determination which focuses on personal change and transformation. She also is a co-author with Drs. Ken Blanchard and Deepak Chopra in Roadmap to Success. Rebecca lives and has offices in Dallas, Texas where she oversees clients and practitioners across the US.


    5:00 - Networking

    5:45 - Dinner

    6:45 - Speaker

Past Events

16 Nov 2017 How to Engage Modern Learners: When to "Push" and When to "Pull"
19 Oct 2017 What to Do When Learning Is Not the Answer
21 Sep 2017 Respect in the Workplace
17 Aug 2017 Thinking On Your Feet: Improv Skills for Trainers and Facilitators
16 Aug 2017 Igniting the Inner Fire: Kirkpatrick® Levels 3 and 4 workshop
20 Jul 2017 Awesome PowerPoint Tricks for Effective Presentations
17 Jun 2017 Volunteer Opportunity - Second Harvest Food Bank
15 Jun 2017 Firing the Brain Booster Rocket: Accelerate Learning and Innovation with Neuroscience
18 May 2017 Own Your Seat
27 Apr 2017 Volunteer Opportunity - Goodwill Industries
20 Apr 2017 Creating a Strengths-Based Culture for Organizational Success
16 Mar 2017 Brace for Impact... Leading in Adversity
16 Feb 2017 Creating a Growth Environment
19 Jan 2017 Not Your Mother's Training: Creating & Facilitating Online Engagement
17 Nov 2016 Rapid Instructional Design: A Tool for Light-Speed Iterative Design
21 Oct 2016 Microvideo Workshop
20 Oct 2016 Microvideo: Making Every Second Count
15 Sep 2016 Learning and Development Career Insights
18 Aug 2016 Rhythm and Music as a Metaphor for Professional Success
21 Jul 2016 Your Habit Nature and Styles of Influence
16 Jun 2016 How Leadership Is Radically Changing: Implications for Talent Development
19 May 2016 ROI by Design: Connecting Learning Programs to Outcomes
21 Apr 2016 Succession Planning: Transferring Knowledge from Baby Boomers to Millennials and Everyone In-Between!
18 Mar 2016 Interactive Techniques for Instructor-Led Training
17 Mar 2016 Really Rapid Instructional Design
18 Feb 2016 Talent Results through Mentoring: Leveraging formal and informal mentoring for strategic impact
21 Jan 2016 Simplified Instructional Design: using the “4 C” model!
02 Dec 2015 Day of Learning 2015
19 Nov 2015 Why Won’t They Listen To Me
15 Oct 2015 It’s Time to Get REAL! 4 Ways to Bring Your “A Game” to Critical Relationships
17 Sep 2015 Engaging Your Learners With World-Class Facilitation Skills
20 Aug 2015 Making an Impact: Getting to 4th Base
16 Jul 2015 Got Game? The Seven Essential Gamification Elements for Learning and Engagement
18 Jun 2015 Generations at Work: Bridging Divides through Technology
21 May 2015 Bridging the Generational Divide (Part II)
17 May 2015 ATD International Conference and Exposition Chapter Team
07 May 2015 Webinar: Introduction to Generational ClashPoints
16 Apr 2015 X, Y, Z…Training to meet all generational needs
19 Mar 2015 Creating and Sustaining High Performance Leadership Teams
19 Feb 2015 The Next Generation in Learning Management Systems: It’s Not Your Mother’s LMS
15 Jan 2015 Recruiting top talent
20 Nov 2014 AGILE Design Meets Performance Support: Creating and Maintaining the Perfect Blend!
16 Oct 2014 What can artists teach us about innovation?
18 Sep 2014 Bridging Generational Differences
22 Aug 2014 Video Boot Camp
21 Aug 2014 Media Competencies for Trainers
17 Jul 2014 Training That Delivers Results: Instructional Design That Aligns with Business Goals
19 Jun 2014 Positive Direction Communication Skills for the 21st Century
16 May 2014 The Phillips ROI Methodology 1 Day Workshop
15 May 2014 Emotional Intelligence and the Impact of Employee Engagement
17 Apr 2014 Calculating ROI for HR and Training Initiatives
20 Mar 2014 “It Was a Cold and Stormy Night…”: The Power of Story–Telling in High Impact Training
28 Feb 2014 eLearning SIG: Show and Tell
20 Feb 2014 How to “Work the Room” and other Tips for Building a Robust Professional Network
31 Jan 2014 eLearning SIG: Show and Tell
16 Jan 2014 2013 ASTD Competency Model
09 Jan 2014 Bob Mosher DOL Follow Up – Performance Support Examples that work!
22 Nov 2013 eLearning SIG: Show and Tell
21 Nov 2013 Leaving Your Leadership Legacy
07 Nov 2013 ASTD Leadership Excellence for Managers
25 Oct 2013 eLearning SIG: October Meeting (Trends)
17 Oct 2013 Playbook for Purposeful Living©
04 Oct 2013 Learning and Development Summit Leading a Learning Organization
19 Sep 2013 Using Improvisation to Brainstorm
15 Aug 2013 Transitioning from eLearning to mLearning
18 Jul 2013 Cracker Barrel - 4 Programs in One!
20 Jun 2013 11 Tips for Mastering the Four Dimensions of Engagement in the Virtual Classroom
20 Jun 2013 Career Fair 2013
29 May 2013 eLearning SIG: Show And Tell
16 May 2013 Game-Based eLearning – How Does its Effectiveness and ROI Compare to Traditional eLearning?
24 Apr 2013 ASTD National Certification Program
18 Apr 2013 When the CEO Asks Marketing & Public Relations to Save Lives
21 Mar 2013 Driving Results through Authentic Conversation
06 Mar 2013 eLearning SIG: Authoring Tools (Captivate, Articulate)
21 Feb 2013 Get Focused! Work Less, Accomplish More and Have More Fun!
17 Jan 2013 Engagement Starts With You
15 Nov 2012 Rules of the Road for Developing Leadership Programs
18 Oct 2012 Trail Blazers: How Top Companies are Creating Value Through Engagement
05 Oct 2012 Learning and Development Summit Engaging Learners. Expanding Knowledge. Embracing Growth.
20 Sep 2012 How to Harness the Power of Social Media in the Training Space
17 Aug 2012 Needs Assessment: Defining and Delivering Performance Accomplishment
16 Aug 2012 Mega Planning
19 Jul 2012 Get Focused! Work Less, Accomplish More and Have More Fun!
21 Jun 2012 Fierce Leadership: A Bold Alternative to the Worst “Best” Practices of Business Today
17 May 2012 Shifting the Performance Curve – The Value of Cloning Your Stars
10 May 2012 International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) Charlotte Chapter Program and Workshop – May 10th and May 11th
25 Apr 2012 Designing Learning Certificate Program
19 Apr 2012 Corporate Disconnect is a Potential Killer: Symptoms, Causes, and Cures
15 Mar 2012 Strategic Learning Alignment
16 Feb 2012 Subject Matter Experts: Don’t Just Say “Now Spill The Beans”
19 Jan 2012 Riding the Waves Without Getting Wet: How to Manage Change in Today's Workplace
17 Nov 2011 Is Rapid Design Possible?
20 Oct 2011 Marketing the Learning Function
15 Sep 2011 Predictive Evaluation - Ensuring Training Delivers Business and Organizational Results
18 Aug 2011 Effective, Efficent Elearning
21 Jul 2011 unConference
16 Jun 2011 Critical Ingredients for a Successful Change Initiative
19 May 2011 How Leadership Development Drives Culture & Performance
21 Apr 2011 Diversity+Inclusion+Engagement = Great Place to Work!
17 Mar 2011 Nanci Appleman-Vassil
17 Feb 2011 Get In, Stand Out and Drive Career Success In the New Normal Economy
20 Jan 2011 Reinvent & Reimage: Successfully Becoming a New You in the New Year
18 Nov 2010 35th Anniversary Party
21 Oct 2010 Who Done it? Murder Mystery!
16 Sep 2010 Getting InSync!
19 Aug 2010 Who's Who? What Do You Know?
15 Jul 2010 CPLP - What's it all about?
17 Jun 2010 Consulting within Organizations
20 May 2010 Employee engagement - How we measure it and why do we care?
15 Apr 2010 Real Project Management Strategies for Training Professionals!
18 Mar 2010 Developing a Social Learning Strategy
18 Feb 2010 A Case Study on Human Capital Analytics at Lowe's
21 Jan 2010 Reset Your Buttons!
01 Dec 2009 December 1 Monthly FastFacts Webinars
19 Nov 2009 Incorporating Virtual Worlds into your Training
03 Nov 2009 November 3 Monthly FastFacts Webinars
15 Oct 2009 Preventing Death by Lecture!
13 Oct 2009 UNCC Class: Designing a Training Program with Real and Sustained Impact
06 Oct 2009 October 6 Monthly FastFacts Webinars
17 Sep 2009 Paying Attention to Tension
01 Sep 2009 September 1 Monthly FastFacts Webinars
20 Aug 2009 Giving and Receiving Feedback
04 Aug 2009 August 4 Monthly FastFacts Webinars
16 Jul 2009 Making Training Stick
07 Jul 2009 July 7 Monthly FastFacts Webinars
18 Jun 2009 Turning Knowledge into Action
21 May 2009 Experiential Learning in the Elearning World
16 Apr 2009 Wiki Who? What Web 2.0 Can Do for You
19 Mar 2009 Creating an Engaging Work Culture: Fundamental Principles for Business Success in Turbulent Times
19 Feb 2009 Managing Your Career in a World of Chaos
15 Jan 2009 Working Effectively in Diverse Cultures

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