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Growing with Purpose and Getting Unstuck

  • 24 Feb 2021
  • 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM
  • TBD/Zoom
  • 51

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  • If you are a guest not attending with a current member, please join us for an evening of stimulating thought and professional company. Let us introduce you to our group and share why we would love for you to be a part of it!
  • Join your other members and their guests for an evening of networking and information. You can add paid guests or use one of your Guest Passes.

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 “Growing with Purpose and Getting Unstuck”

Charlotte ATD 2021 Lunch & Learn series 

How often do you take time for your own professional development? Schedules are busy so planning your own development is often a challenge. ATD Charlotte is launching a Lunch & Learn series to help you find time for development.

At each Lunch & Learn session, take 45 minutes for yourself as we explore a variety of topics through guest speakers and peer discussion. Come away reenergized and refreshed, with an actionable takeaway to help you move forward. Register now to reserve your spot!

Wednesday, February 24, 2021; 12:00 – 12:45pm

“Selecting goals and setting a path: Using the ATD Development Capability Model and SDPDC© as a Guide”

Presented by Kelly D. Smith

Feeling stuck? Unsure of which way to go or which step to take?

In this introduction to the Lunch & Learn series, you’ll get an overview of the ATD Capability Model and Self-Determined Professional Development Cycle (SDPDC©). Join us as we brainstorm next steps forward using the models as a guide. Bring your questions and your suggestions, give and receive peer support, and enjoy a casual lunchtime atmosphere.

Presenter


Kelly D. Smith

Kelly has provided training and development opportunities for coworkers and external clients throughout her careers in forensic science, K12 and higher education. Kelly is currently a Senior Research Analyst with Central Piedmont Community College, where she collaborates with the Parr Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence to develop data literacy training for faculty and staff. She earned a doctorate in Adult and Community College Education from North Carolina State University and a graduate certificate in Gender, Leadership, and Public Policy from the University of Massachusetts at Boston. Kelly has been an active member of ATD Charlotte since 2016.



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