Events 


ATD Dallas chapter meetings are typically held on the 3rd or 4th Tuesday of every month except in August which is Southwest Learning Summit, and December which is our annual AXIS Awards dinner.


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Upcoming events

    • 25 Mar 2019
    • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Dallas Baptist University in Plano: 2805 North Dallas Parkway, Suite 450, Room #106, Plano, TX 75093
    • 6
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    ATD Dallas Career Development SIG

    Hosted by: Laurie Barnett



    Networking for Introverts (and Others Too)


    March 25, 2019 6:30-8:00pm
    Facilitator: Jan Moorman



    We all know that one of the best ways to find a job is through networking. But when you’re an introvert, it’s so much harder than it is for those chatty extraverts! Or is it?? Attend this session to learn the fundamentals of effective networking even if you’re a confirmed introvert!


    Be prepared for an action-packed session where you will:

    • Develop and practice your “30 Second Pitch” to introduce yourself to networking contacts;
    • Learn to ask for “AIR” (Advice, Information & Referrals) in your networking conversations;
    • Utilize the Reciprocity principle when networking;
    • Draft and practice a networking script to gain confidence and increase your networking muscle strength

    About the speaker:


    Jan Moorman is an engaging, enlightening and entertaining Facilitator, Trainer and Coach who has been helping Fortune 500 companies and individuals thrive and grow for 20+ years. Jan’s approach is pragmatic and built on her successful entrepreneurial skills of establishing and managing Jan Moorman & Associates, a Training, Coaching and Consulting business, for the past 25 years.


    Jan’s leadership experience includes managing the Learning & Development, Circulation and Customer Service Training organizations at JPMorgan Chase, American Greetings, and The Dallas Times Herald. She has facilitated hundreds of leadership and management workshops to senior executive, managers and first line supervisors, and offers transformative executive and performance improvement coaching to her clients, helping them achieve their professional and life goals and dreams.


    A proud “Tarheel”, Jan graduated with a B.A. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She has also received graduate training in Human Resources Development and is an adjunct instructor at Brookhaven College in Dallas and the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC).


    Where: Dallas Baptist University in Plano

    Find directions here.

    2805 North Dallas Parkway, Suite 450
    Plano, TX 75093


    Room #116


    When: 6:30-8:00pm on Monday, 2/25
    Arrive early to network prior to the meeting!


    All members of ATD Dallas are welcome to attend any SIG any time at no charge. Non-members are welcome to join us for up to 2 complimentary sessions. After that, to provide ongoing chapter support to the SIG, you will need to join ATD Dallas by paying annual dues of $115.


    Questions? Contact 972.233.9107 ext. 224 or email info@tddallas.org.



    ATD Dallas is recognized by SHRM to offer SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP professional development credits (PDCs). This program is valid for 1 PDC. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit shrmcertification. org.

    • 26 Mar 2019
    • 7:30 AM - 11:00 AM
    • The House of Blues, 2200 N. Lamar St., Dallas, TX 75202
    Register




    CLO Breakfast Club

    Tuesday, March 26, 2019, 7:30 AM – 11:00 AM


    Location:

    The House of Blues Dallas
    2200 N. Lamar St.
    Dallas, TX 75202


    General admission $49.95

    ATD Dallas members get $20 off! (40% savings!)


    Must use ATD Dallas promo-code to get discount: located in the confirmation email sent to members who register through this ATD Dallas event page!


    Having trouble? You can also contact the ATD Dallas office for help at info@tddallas.org


    Event Description:


    The CLO Breakfast Club is where local L&D leaders come together to discuss the trends, technologies and practices transforming employee development into an even more powerful force for sustained success. Don’t miss the unique perspectives and examples of L&D strategy from local CLOs. Hear about what lies ahead in the way of emerging technologies, data analytics and new solutions. Build and strengthen your relationships within the local learning community.


    Learning outcomes:
      • Profile of local CLO, Stephanie Speights

      • Panel Discussion on Learning in the Age of Acceleration

      • CLO Hackathon

      • Networking with Local L&D Leaders

    Speakers: 


    Mike Prokopeak

    Editor in Chief @ Chief Learning Officer magazine

    Mike Prokopeak is vice president and editor in chief for Human Capital Media, publisher of Chief Learning Officer, Talent Economy and Workforce magazines. In that role, he directs content for the magazines as well as the company’s online and in-person events including the CLO Symposium and CLO Breakfast Club.


    Prokopeak has a proven track record of editorial achievement over nearly two decades in journalism and publishing. Under his direction, Human Capital Media has won more than two dozen awards for editorial excellence.


    Prior to joining Human Capital Media, he held a number of roles with leading publishing companies such as Houghton Mifflin Co. and the Great Books Foundation. He began his career in journalism as a reporter for Northern Arizona’s Mountain Living Magazine in Flagstaff (Arizona) and worked his way up to editor in chief, eventually taking on general manager responsibilities for the magazine and its sister publication, Flagstaff Live, both owned by Pulitzer Newspapers Inc. In that role, he directed the editorial, design, advertising and events departments. A former high school teacher and U.S. Peace Corps volunteer, Prokopeak brings in-depth experience in publishing as well as continuing education to Human Capital Media.


    Stephanie Speights

    Vice President of Talent Management and Chief Learning Officer @ Children's Health

    As vice president of talent management and chief learning officer at Children’s Health in Dallas, Stephanie Speights leads a highly-skilled team focused on selecting, growing and engaging talent across the full employee life cycle, from potential candidate to retiring ambassador. Her team consists of talent acquisition experts, award-winning learning and development professionals, experienced leadership development consultants, and inspiring D&I leaders empowered to drive the organization’s diversity, inclusion and workforce development strategy. Before joining Children’s Health in 2009, Speights led learning and development functions for Washington Mutual Bank and CapitalOne.


    Dennie Laney

    VP Training & People Development @ MOOYAH Burgers Fries and Shakes

    Dennie Laney has dedicated her career to serving individuals, teams and organizations desiring to cultivate an environment of building trusting relationships, where authenticity and humility lay the foundation for outstanding results. Laney has accomplished this by defining the people and performance strategies for both corporate and for operations teams, aligned to achieve bottom line success for performance, profitability and EBITDA achievement.


    Laney is also a John Maxwell certified coach, public speaker, and leadership professional, speaking to audiences of hundreds of leaders and executives about the value of people. Her passion lies with supporting leaders in providing an environment where their teams can thrive and succeed both personally and professionally, and recently became a certified leader of Results Through Relationships, a CoreStrengths program.


    Laney has worked for iconic brands such as Brinker International, Romano’s Macaroni Grill and G6 Hospitality LLC (Motel 6 Studio 6). She elevates leadership excellence at all levels, with maximum results-orientation at the forefront.


    Naomi Arbit

    Senior Behavioral Scientist @ BetterUp

    Naomi Arbit is a senior behavioral scientist at BetterUp, where she works to advance the science and practice of evidence-based coaching in the workplace. Prior to joining BetterUp, Arbit conducted research and ran a consulting practice where she designed and facilitated change processes for individuals, groups and organizations to enhance well-being, resilience and behavior change. Arbit has spent more than a decade studying the psychology of meaning and behavior change across various contexts, and has published and presented on topics including fostering meaning and purpose at work, meaning-based approaches to behavior change, and mindfulness and compassion-based approaches for building resilience. Her research has been published in peer reviewed journals such as Psychology and Health, Public Health Nutrition, Food Quality and Preference and Nutrients, and her work has been profiled in media outlets such as The New York Times and CNN. Prior to pursuing research and behavioral science full time, Arbit spent several years working on Wall Street at Bear Stearns & Co. and Providence Equity Partners.


    Arbit completed her MA in bioethics from New York University, her master’s in applied positive psychology from the University of Pennsylvania, her MS in applied physiology and nutrition from Columbia University, and her doctorate in behavioral nutrition from Columbia University. She lives in New York City.




    • 05 Apr 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Girl Scout Headquarters: 6001 Summerside Dr, Dallas, TX 75252
    Register


    ATD Dallas Learning and Development SIG

    Hosted by: Cathy Howard, Julie Mitchell




    Facilitators: Dr. Larry Thompson and Dr. Lyndsey Neal


    Discover the ability to manage relationships through effective relational exchanges by employing dynamic cultural leadership attributes. Relational Reciprocity increases any outcome; by the leader being focused on meeting the immediate needs of those in which a desired result is needed. Reciprocity is then both learned and experiential, through the relationship and the behavior of the leader.  


    Participants will learn the following:

    • How to re-position Emotional Intelligence (EI) in the workplace  
    • How to promote EI as cultural change rather than training
    • Learn how EI (Relational Reciprocity (RR)) is an individual plan and not a one-size for all
    • How to sell this (RR) change to leaders in the organization and gain buy-in


    About the facilitators:


    Dr. Larry Thompson serves as a catalyst for leadership growth and development. He is a facilitator of change management, delivers-designs-implements and evaluates training at all levels. He is a tactician in problem analysis and solving, innovative and creative in business process improvement, and is an executive coach to leaders. He specializes leadership and is the founder of Thompson’s Consulting Group.



    Dr. Lyndsey Neal is a highly trained clinician and academic psychologist. She has over 15 years’ experience in cognitive neuro-science and its applications. She has trained in elite institutions of learning and have worked at national specialist units. She was a Royal Chartered Psychologist and the founder of KINGS; a cognitive skills training institute. Her goal is to apply cognitive principles to solve personal and interpersonal problems and her specialist research interest is in human information-processing.


    Location: Get Directions here.

    Girl Scout Headquarters:

    6001 Summerside Dr.
    Dallas, TX 75252


    When: Noon – 1:00PM

    You are welcome to arrive early to network and get settled prior to the start of the meeting.


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    All members of Dallas ATD are welcome to attend any SIG any time. All non-members please feel free to join us for up to 2 sessions at a SIG. After 2 sessions, to provide ongoing chapter support to the SIG, you will be expected to join Dallas ASTD by paying the annual dues of $115. 


    Questions? If you have any questions please contact the ATD Dallas office at 972-233-9107 ex224 or email info@tddallas.org.



    ATD Dallas is recognized by SHRM to offer SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP professional development credits (PDCs). This program is valid for 1 PDC. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit shrmcertification.org.

    seonghwan.hwang@gmail.com
    • 23 Apr 2019
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Parkland Health and Hospital System, 5200 Harry Hines Blvd., Dallas, TX 75235
    • 92
    Register

    ATD Dallas April Chapter Meeting
    Hosted by Ann Zoob




    Axis Award Winner: Parkland Hospital
    April 23, 2019 
    5:30pm-7:30pm
    Speaker: Mary Andereck, Interim Chief Learning Officer
    ***LIGHT DINNER WILL BE PROVIDED***


    Dallas Chapter Meeting: Delivering Trust: A Framework for Fixing Business Problems


    Parkland won multiple categories at ATD Dallas’s AXIS Awards last year. A big contributor to winning those awards was the trust they built with business owners to deliver solutions that fixed the problem. Learning professionals are often expected to design solutions for a business need without a firm grasp of the business outcome. Post-project conversations in these cases sound like this:


    Learning and Development: “You said you wanted Apples. We gave you Apples. “


    Business owner: “Yes. But you gave us green apples and we needed red apples.”


    It’s an uncomfortable scenario that erodes trust and confidence between the business and talent development teams.


    Parkland has a solution for this that you don’t want to miss: a four-point framework based on the Aims Grid by Coverdale integrated into all of its business units that identifies the problem and unearths the best solution. The framework is simple. It’s powerful. It yields results that impact the business. Best of all, Parkland Academy is viewed as a partner by business owners, because Learning and Development has earned their trust.


    Session Objectives:


    Mary Andereck, Chief Learning Officer of Parkland Academy, will present the components of the four-point framework with examples of how it has been applied at Parkland. You will walk away equipped to:

    • Identify situations where framework can be applied in your own organization
    • Design learning initiatives using the four-point framework
    • Build stronger collaborative relationships between your team and the business areas

    ATD Competency:

    • Managing Learning Programs
    • Integrated Talent Management
    • Design and Delivery

    ***LIGHT DINNER WILL BE PROVIDED***


    Location:

    Parkland Health and Hospital System

    5200 Harry Hines Blvd

    Dallas, TX 75235


    Parking:


    Attendees should park in the Tower Parking Garage (across Lofland Blvd.) which is adjacent to the main hospital entrance. ATD chapter attendees will not be charged for self-parking. Exit the parking garage and head towards the main sliding doors entrance.


    Schedule:


    5:30pm: Registration/Networking

    5:45pm: Kick-off/Announcements

    6:00pm: Event begins

    7:00pm: Closing remarks

    7:30pm: Event ends


    Registration:

    Member registration: Free!

    Non-Member Guest registration: $25


    ATD Dallas is recognized by SHRM to offer SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP professional development credits (PDCs). This program is valid for 1 PDC. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit shrmcertification.org.



    • 07 Jun 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Girl Scout Headquarters: 6001 Summerside Dr, Dallas, TX 75252
    Register


    ATD Dallas Technology SIG

    Hosted by: Leslie Lingle 




    Friday, June 7, 2019
    12:00 - 1:00 PM

    Facilitator: Joe MacKrell



    Since the invention of the Kinetoscope by Thomas Edison, motion pictures have been used to inform and educate. Today, more than 300 hours of new video content are added to YouTube every minute of every day. And, with over 237 million smart phone users in the US alone, access to video is immediate and pervasive. But, when and how to incorporate video into your training can be a challenge and potential expense.


    In this session, you will learn innovative ways of including video in your eLearning modules, as stand-alone microlearning modules and in media rich eBooks and Quick-Training guides. You will also learn ways to quickly produce video yourself when budget or in-house production resources are not available.


    In this session, you will learn:

    • The value of video in your training mix
    • Innovative ways of incorporating video
    • Techniques for producing cost effective videos


    About the facilitator:



    Joe MacKrell

    President and Executive Producer at 20+ Interactive, LLC


    Joe has been developing training and marketing content for over three decades. He and the 10+ team develop video, eLearning, instructor-led training, performance support tools and marketing content for companies like Toyota, Edwards Lifesciences. Taco Bell, Kia, The Capital Group and Weinershnitzel. An accomplished writer, instructional designer, producer, and director, Joe brings an intimate understanding of video production and learning development with a high level of creativity and innovation to the programs 10+ Interactive develops.


    *New Location*:

    Girl Scout Headquarters:

    6001 Summerside Dr.
    Dallas, TX 75252

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    All members of Dallas ATD are welcome to attend any SIG any time. All non-members please feel free to join us for up to 2 sessions at a SIG. After 2 sessions, to provide ongoing chapter support to the SIG, you will be expected to join Dallas ASTD by paying the annual dues of $115. 


    Questions? If you have any questions please contact the ATD Dallas office at 972-233-9107 ex224 or email info@tddallas.org.

    seonghwan.hwang@gmail.com
    • 18 Jun 2019
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Alkami Technology, 5601 Granite Pkwy #120, Plano, TX 75024
    • 95

    ATD Dallas June Chapter Meeting
    Hosted by Rachel Harner


    Sculpting a Growth Mindset Culture

    Culture - How You Think, Act and Interact Brings Real Value to a Business and the Employer Brand of an Organization


    Speaker: Adrianne Court, CHRO, Alkami
    Kim Zoller, Founder, ID 360

    June 18, 2019
    5:30pm-7:30pm


    Alkami contributes much of its success and high-growth to its intentional culture that reinforces optimistic-perseverance, caring-collaboration, transparent-communication, courageous-innovation, trusted-accountability and real-fun! 87% of our Alkamists say they do their best work at Alkami, 80% of their clients say their final decision to select Alkami is based on the culture of the organization and over 50% of our their Alkamists are employee referrals.


    Alkami has partnered with ID360 to develop training and coaching programs to help reinforce culture and leadership development. During this session, hosted at Alkami, Adrianne and Kim will share insightful and practical concepts to intentionally and successfully incorporate and reinforce a Growth Mindset Culture.


    Session Objectives:

    • Know the impact Mindset has within an organization and how each person plays a part in that
    • Emphasize WHY Culture is important
    • How to grow and reinforce the building blocks of culture within an organization
    • How to implement intentional programs that support culture

    Who Should Attend:

    This session speaks to individuals who shape the culture within their organizations. It also beneficial to anyone who can shape the culture within their department or team.


    About the Speakers and their Organizations:

    About Alkami and id360: Based in Plano, Alkami is a digital banking technology provider to US financial institutions powering the digital (online and mobile) experiences for over 5M consumers and small businesses. A 10 year-old company Alkami is one of the fastest growing software companies in the US and has some of the highest retail banking app ratings. Alkami has been ranked as the #1 Fastest Growing Software Company in Texas by the Inc. 5000, and has been ranked in the Top 10 Coolest Tech Companies to Work For in Dallas and listed as a 2019 Best Places to Work in Financial Technology.


    For over two decades, id360 has designed and delivered programs, learnings, training with passion for empowering leaders and teams to thrive and reach their highest potential.


    Adrianne Court, Chief HR Officer of Alkami, has extensive US and international business expertise with 20+ years of HR leadership experience with public and privately-held organizations spanning in size from 500 to 50,000 employees.


    Due to the sustainable and business-relevant programs championed, she helped organizations achieve noteworthy recognitions, including BEST PRIVATE COMPANIES FOR LEADERS, TOP 25 BEST PLACES FOR RECENT GRADS, STRATEGIC HR EXCELLENCE, BEST COMPANIES TO WORK FOR; and, she was named 2013 HR EXECUTIVE OF THE YEAR by DallasHR.


    She, along with 13 other writers, co-authored Bravely She Flies released on Mother’s Day 2017 A book giving women an opportunity to voice and share stories of resiliency.

    Adrianne Court Petruska, CHRO, Alkami


    Kim Zoller, CEO and founder of ID360, has over a two-decade global track record of building highly customized training programs.


    Together with Kerry Preston, Kim is the co-author of “You Did What?” The Biggest Blunders Professionals Make, “You Said What?” and ENHANCING YOUR EXECUTIVE EDGE: How to Develop the Skills to Lead and Succeed (McGraw Hill, June 2014).


    Kim and ID360 have caught the attention of national media including CNN, CNBC, Fast Company, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Forbes, American Way, and The Dallas Morning News, among others.


    Over the past 26 years, Kim and her team have trained over 200,000 individuals. And, she has partnered with Alkami to develop Alkami’s Gold Standard Leadership Program.

    Kim Zoller, CEO and founder of ID360



    Location:

    Alkami Technology
    5601 Granite Pkwy. #120
    Plano, TX 75024


    Registration:

    Member registration: Free!

    Non-Member Guest registration: $25



    • 22 Aug 2019
    • Plano Centre, 2000 E. Spring Creek Parkway, Plano, TX 75074
    Register

    2019 Southwest Learning Summit
    Sponsor & Exhibitor Registration Form


    Thank you for your interest in exhibiting your company and for supporting the ATD Dallas at the 2019 Southwest Learning Summit in August 2019. By sponsoring the Southwest Learning Summit your company will impact our membership. The Summit will take place at the Plano Centre at 2000 E. Spring Creek Parkway, Plano, TX 75074.



    Sponsor and Exhibitor Levels/Benefits

    Each exhibitor receives a carpeted 10 ft X 10 ft booth space, table, two chairs, and electricity. Lunch is also provided for two individuals.

    Additional equipment including any AV requirements may be arranged directly with the Plano Centre, at the exhibitor's cost. Wifi internet access is available for the day.


    No exhibit booths may be shared, as each booth is for one company only.  Additional exhibits at the same station will be billed at the full cost of exhibiting.


    Deadline Information

    Registration forms should be submitted as soon as possible.  The deadline is July 24, 2019 or until all exhibit space has been filled, whichever comes first. If you have questions please send them to info@tddallas.org


    Payment Information

    If you must pay by check, then it will need to be mailed to the ATD Dallas office within 96 hours of the time you receive of our approval email.  Mail to: ATD Dallas, 14070 Proton Rd., Suite 100, LB9, Dallas, TX 75244, 972-233-9107 ext 224.


    Cancellation Information

    If you need to cancel your sponsorship or exhibit booth at any time, please call the ATD Dallas office at 972-233-9107 x224.  Fees will be refunded, less a $50 administration fee, if cancellation is received by July 15, 2019.  After that time, no refunds will be issued.



    • 22 Aug 2019
    • 8:00 AM - 6:30 PM
    • Plano Event Center (formerly Plano Centre), 2000 East Spring Creek Parkway, Plano, TX 75074
    • 389
    Register

    2019 Southwest Learning Summit


    Save the date!

    Thursday, August 22, 2019

    @ATDDallas   #SWLS2019   #DallasKnowsTalent

    Location: Plano Event Center 
    2000 East Spring Creek Parkway
    Plano, TX 75074



    Times: 
    Registration 7:15 AM - 8:00 AM
    Breakfast 7:30 AM - 8:30 AM 

    Conference 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM 
    Happy Hour 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM 

    Registration includes:
    • Attendance to conference 
    • Breakfast, lunch, and snack 
    • Multiple breakout sessions 
    • Networking 
    • and so much more! 



    All invoices for the 2018 SWLS discount MUST be paid by September 30, 2018. 


    Deadline for a full refund, is Thursday, May 31, 2019.

    Deadline for a 50% refund, is Friday, July 20, 2019.


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    • 31 Dec 2020
    • ATD Dallas Headquarters
    Register


    ATD Dallas Sponsorship and Advertising



    Click here to view more details about each level!



    Sponsorship Levels


    Chapter Sponsorship

    • Gold - $4500
    • Silver - $2000
    • Special Event - $1200
    • Chapter Meeting - $950
    Additional Sponsorship

    E-Blasts
    • 6 Months Rectangle (160x300px) - $1000
    • 12 Months Rectangle (160x300px) - $1500
    • 6 Months Square (125x125px) - $600
    • 12 Months Square (125x125) - $900
    For more info contact Tracy at: sponsorship@tddallas.org 

Past events

19 Mar 2019 Breakfast with the C-Suite: Growth in a People First Culture at VARIDESK
01 Mar 2019 Technology SIG: Dammit Jim, I'm a Doctor Not a Graphic Designer!
25 Feb 2019 Career Development SIG: Tips, Tricks and Resources for Advancing Your Career
19 Feb 2019 Dallas ATD Happy Hour
01 Feb 2019 Management SIG: The Neuroscience of Change
22 Jan 2019 Dallas Chapter Meeting: The Value of Innovation and How it Impacts Learning and Talent Development
04 Dec 2018 2018 ATD Dallas AXIS Awards Gala
04 Dec 2018 2018 AXIS Sponsor Form
14 Nov 2018 Technology SIG: Software Simulation Slugfest - Which Tool Should You Use for Your Simulations?
09 Nov 2018 Workshop: Story Design: Practice and Guidance in Writing Stories That Teach
08 Nov 2018 Dallas Chapter Meeting: Texas Bring In vs. Bring In
02 Nov 2018 Learning & Development SIG: November Meeting
24 Oct 2018 Career Development SIG: Using Technology to Discover, Complete and Spotlight Your Skill Development
11 Oct 2018 Webinar: Emotional Intelligence: Relational Reciprocity
10 Oct 2018 Technology SIG: Making the Classroom Fun Again - Tips, Tricks, and a Case Study
09 Oct 2018 Dallas Chapter Meeting:Creating and Leading an Imaginative & Innovative Learning Culture
05 Oct 2018 Learning & Development SIG: Artificial Intelligence and Learning and Development
26 Sep 2018 Career Development SIG: YOU-SP: Marketing Your Unique Selling Point in a Competitive Environment
18 Sep 2018 ATD September Happy Hour
14 Sep 2018 Learning & Development SIG: Engaging Learners Through Your LMS
12 Sep 2018 Technology SIG: SlingStudio - A New Way to Webcast and Develop MicroLearning
23 Aug 2018 2018 Southwest Learning Summit Membership
23 Aug 2018 2018 Southwest Learning Summit
23 Aug 2018 2018 Southwest Learning Summit Sponsor Form
15 Aug 2018 Webinar: Unconscious Bias
25 Jul 2018 Webinar: Mobile Technology During Presentations
23 Jul 2018 Career Development SIG: The Life of the Consultant
19 Jul 2018 Workshop: The Gamification of Learning (Canceled)
11 Jul 2018 Technology SIG: Designing with Animation
09 Jul 2018 Learning & Development EDU SIG: The Most Effective Tools for Creating Engaging Videos Quickly
27 Jun 2018 Webinar: How to Connect with Executives Through Story
25 Jun 2018 Career Development SIG: The Benefits of Informational Interviews
22 Jun 2018 Management SIG: Innovation With a Lively Presentation and Discussion
19 Jun 2018 Dallas Chapter Meeting: Talent Mobility for Consulting and Beyond
19 Jun 2018 Webinar: Gamification for Talent Development
13 Jun 2018 Technology SIG: 100+ Free Tools for the Thrifty Learning Designer
04 Jun 2018 Learning & Development EDU SIG: Diving in For Growth
01 Jun 2018 Learning & Development SIG: Why Leadership Development Fails and How to Fix It
15 May 2018 Dallas Chapter Meeting: Open Space Discussion in support of Susan G. Komen
09 May 2018 Technology SIG: Using Voiceover Narration Effectively in Your eLearning Training Program
07 May 2018 Learning & Development EDU SIG: Adult Learning Theory 2.0: Creating Learning Experiences with Impact
04 May 2018 Learning & Development SIG: The Basics of UNBASIC Coaching
27 Apr 2018 Management SIG: Connecting Volunteerism with Team and Career Development
23 Apr 2018 Career Development SIG: Afraid to Negotiate Offers?
17 Apr 2018 ATD Happy Hour
11 Apr 2018 Technology SIG: Discussion: Microlearning Video Session
06 Apr 2018 Learning & Development SIG: Using the Strategy Map to Design Your Leadership Development Program
02 Apr 2018 Learning & Development EDU SIG: Cognitive Science & Analogy: Transforming the Classroom into a Learning Lab
26 Mar 2018 Career Development SIG: Need Help Planning Your Career Path? Ask the Pros!
21 Mar 2018 Webinar: Master the Power of Social Selling with LinkedIn!
20 Mar 2018 Dallas Chapter Meeting: Change Management at Toyota Motor North America
14 Mar 2018 Technology SIG: Discussion: Create Practical Visual Job Aids
05 Mar 2018 Learning & Development EDU SIG: Everyday Leadership - Increasing Your Influence IQ
04 Mar 2018 2018 ATD Regional Conference
02 Mar 2018 Learning & Development SIG: Herd Cats Effectively! Resources and Strategies for Project Management
26 Feb 2018 Career Development SIG: LinkedIn: There's More to it Than You Might Think
23 Feb 2018 Management SIG: Increasing Team Performance: Improv to Improve
20 Feb 2018 Dallas Chapter Meeting: Diversity & Inclusion at Southwest Airlines
14 Feb 2018 Technology SIG: Discussion: Technical Training Guides
05 Feb 2018 Learning & Development EDU SIG: Back to Basics - Why Maslow Matters
02 Feb 2018 Learning & Development SIG: Is There an App for That?: How You Can (and should) Use Mobile Technology in Your Presentations
26 Jan 2018 Management SIG: Emotionally Intelligent Leaders
22 Jan 2018 Career Development SIG: You've Got Skills: How Environment and Motivational Skills Impact Your Career
16 Jan 2018 ATD Happy Hour
08 Jan 2018 Learning & Development EDU SIG: The Johari Window - Acknowledging Your Blind Spots to Effectively Lead Learners
05 Jan 2018 Learning & Development SIG: The Path to Agile Learning
08 Dec 2017 ATD Dallas Special Interest Groups (SIGs): Luncheon
05 Dec 2017 2017 AXIS Sponsor Form
05 Dec 2017 2017 ATD Dallas AXIS Awards Gala
27 Nov 2017 Career Development SIG: What Type Of Impression Do You Want To Make? Are You Interview Ready?
17 Nov 2017 Management SIG: And the Crowd Goes WILD: How to Make Every Presentation a ROCK STAR Performance
14 Nov 2017 Dallas Chapter Meeting: Strategic Outlook at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas & Expert Panel
09 Nov 2017 Workshop: So You Want to be a Great Leader ... Don't We All?
08 Nov 2017 Technology SIG: Nov. 8th Session Cancelled
06 Nov 2017 Learning & Development EDU SIG: Adult Learning Theory
03 Nov 2017 Learning & Development SIG: Inclusion in a Global Workforce: Do You Speak The Language?
23 Oct 2017 Career Development SIG: Positioning Yourself and Negotiating for Jobs, Promotions or Contracting
20 Oct 2017 Management SIG: Leadership & Stories
17 Oct 2017 ATD Dallas Chapter Meeting: Engage, Equip, and Empower for Success
12 Oct 2017 Sales Enablement SIG: Making Training Stick: Working with Sales Leaders and Sales Representatives
12 Oct 2017 Workshop: Articulate Storyline for Beginners
11 Oct 2017 Technology SIG: How Dynamic is your Linked In Profile?
10 Oct 2017 3rd Quarter ATD Dallas Town Hall with President Mike Thompson
06 Oct 2017 Learning & Development SIG: Strategic Training Development
04 Oct 2017 Webinar: Using Data Visualizations to Tell Your Story
02 Oct 2017 Learning & Development EDU SIG: Tech, Tips & Tricks from Instructional Design Experts
25 Sep 2017 Career Development SIG: Your First 90 Days
22 Sep 2017 Management SIG: Improving Working Relationships: Like Glasses and Mirrors, Assessments Focus and Reflect
19 Sep 2017 ATD Dallas Chapter September Happy Hour
13 Sep 2017 Technology SIG: Rockin' Webinars: Deliver Webinars that Energize Participants
12 Sep 2017 Webinar: Getting Mobile into the Training Mix
08 Sep 2017 Learning & Development SIG: Training Solutions to Large-scale, Technology System Development
07 Sep 2017 ATD Fort Worth/Mid-Cities Chapter Meeting: Oh Thank Heaven for 7-Eleven Training
24 Aug 2017 2017 Southwest Learning Summit Membership
24 Aug 2017 2017 Southwest Learning Summit
24 Aug 2017 2017 Southwest Learning Summit Sponsor Form
24 Jul 2017 Career Development SIG: You've Landed the Interview - Now What?!
18 Jul 2017 ATD Dallas Chapter July Happy Hour
14 Jul 2017 Learning & Development SIG: Designing Interactions for Adult Learning Programs
12 Jul 2017 HAS BEEN POST-PONED AND WILL BE RE-SCHEDULED Webinar: Communications Essentials for Talent Development Leaders
11 Jul 2017 ATD Dallas - President's Quarterly Town Hall (2nd Quarter)
29 Jun 2017 Webinar: Becoming Your Organization's Change Champion
26 Jun 2017 Career Development SIG: Strategies for Staying Optimistic and Motivated
23 Jun 2017 Management SIG: Practical Ways to Keep the SUCCESS in Succession Planning
21 Jun 2017 Sales Enablement SIG: Progress Over Perfection: How to Measure Sales Effectiveness
20 Jun 2017 ATD Dallas Chapter Meeting: Play to Learn, Learn to Play: Gamifying Team Member Training
16 Jun 2017 Webinar: The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team - Encore Presentation
14 Jun 2017 Technology SIG: The Most Effective Tools for Creating Engaging Videos Quickly
13 Jun 2017 2017 Level 1 Gamification Certification Workshop for Talent Development Professionals
02 Jun 2017 Learning & Development SIG: Back to Basics - Why Maslow Matters
22 May 2017 Career Development SIG: Stand Out from the Competition
19 May 2017 Management SIG: Not-Your-Boss' Coaching Techniques
16 May 2017 Lennox: Innovative Strategy for Onboarding Successful Territory Managers
16 May 2017 Webinar: Gamification for Learning and Development: Deconstructing the Psychology of Games to Engage Learners
10 May 2017 Technology SIG: Pizza Hut's AXIS Award Winning Gamification
08 May 2017 Webinar: Story Design: An Online Master Class Series
05 May 2017 Learning & Development SIG: Coaching as a Transformative Learning Process
02 May 2017 Webinar: The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team
28 Apr 2017 Management SIG: The Work of Leaders: Bridging the Chasm from Idea to Implementation
24 Apr 2017 Career Development SIG: Intentional Networking
17 Apr 2017 Breakfast with the C-Suite: Succession Planning - Perspectives from the C-Suite
13 Apr 2017 Webinar: How to Master the Power of Social Selling with LinkedIn
12 Apr 2017 Technology SIG: The Sheldonian Conundrum
07 Apr 2017 Learning & Development SIG: Aspire Higher!
04 Apr 2017 ATD Dallas - President's Quarterly Town Hall (1st Quarter)
27 Mar 2017 Career Development SIG: Make Your LinkedIn Profile Snap, Crackle and Pop!
24 Mar 2017 Management SIG: Diversity & Inclusion Strategies and Initiatives that Impact the Business
23 Mar 2017 Webinar: The Ideal Solution
21 Mar 2017 USPI: Innovations in Change Management
09 Mar 2017 Sales Enablement SIG: How to Design, Launch, and Manage an Impactful Sales Coaching Program
08 Mar 2017 Technology SIG: Design on a Dime (sort of!)
03 Mar 2017 Learning & Development SIG: Make it Stick
27 Feb 2017 Career Development SIG: Resume Tuning: Does Yours Need Some?
24 Feb 2017 Management SIG: Becoming Your Organization's Change Champion
21 Feb 2017 Breaking the Outdated Paradigms: The Future of Corporate Talent Development
08 Feb 2017 Technology SIG: The ReadyTech Solution: Hosted Online Training in a Virtual Classroom
03 Feb 2017 Learning & Development SIG: The Cycle of Metrics and the Learning Experience
23 Jan 2017 Career Development SIG: Ask the Experts Panel: Finding Your Next Position
17 Jan 2017 Annual Chapter Kick-off & Social
06 Jan 2017 The Ideal Solution
16 Dec 2016 ATD Dallas Special Interest Groups (SIGs): Holiday Luncheon
13 Dec 2016 ATD Dallas - President's Quarterly Town Hall (4th Quarter)
06 Dec 2016 2016 ATD Dallas AXIS Awards Gala
06 Dec 2016 2016 AXIS Sponsor Form
28 Nov 2016 Using Your Self Review to Direct Your Own Individual Development
15 Nov 2016 Talent: Competitive & Economic Trends
04 Nov 2016 The Art of Training
24 Oct 2016 Trends & Transition Tips for Training Pros
18 Oct 2016 Breakfast with the C-Suite / Exclusive Access to Executive Expertise
12 Oct 2016 Story Sound Tracks: Creating audio story tracks for training
07 Oct 2016 The Mindset that Creates a Culture of Engagement
27 Sep 2016 ATD Dallas President's Quarterly Town Hall
26 Sep 2016 Resume Strategies & Tips
20 Sep 2016 ATD Dallas September Happy Hour at Whiskey Cake
20 Sep 2016 2016 Articulate Live - Dallas
14 Sep 2016 Trivie, The Gamified Training Additive
09 Sep 2016 Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team
16 Aug 2016 2016 Southwest Learning Summit
16 Aug 2016 2016 Southwest Learning Summit Sponsor Form
02 Aug 2016 The Eskimo Already Has Ice: Going Polar to Research the Truth
25 Jul 2016 Demystifying Cover Letters and Emails to Get Results
19 Jul 2016 ACCESS to AXIS-Winning Expertise
13 Jul 2016 Show Your Work: How to Build an Online Portfolio
28 Jun 2016 ATD Dallas President's Quarterly Town Hall
27 Jun 2016 Intentional Networking
21 Jun 2016 ATD Dallas June Happy Hour at the Asian Mint
15 Jun 2016 Selling Ideas through Visual Stories
08 Jun 2016 Master the Unlimited Power of LinkedIn, the Largest Online Social Networking Tool to Find and Connect with Your Key Contacts and Prospects
01 Jun 2016 eLearning Design: Effective and Interesting
24 May 2016 Creating Your Executive Edge
23 May 2016 Coaching: Everyone Agrees It's Important, but Few Know How
18 May 2016 Reach New Audiences Through Online Training
11 May 2016 Super-Quick Visual Storyboards For eLearning
06 May 2016 365 Ideas To Go From Good To Great On TWITTER!
03 May 2016 Is sales and sales leadership really all that difficult?
27 Apr 2016 Breakfast with the C-Suite / Creating Strategic Organizational Relationships
25 Apr 2016 Personal & Business Branding Workshop: Part 2
19 Apr 2016 ATD Dallas April Happy Hour at Blue Mesa in Addison
08 Apr 2016 Training Instructional Design (ISD) What IS good training design?
06 Apr 2016 Create a Well-Optimized LinkedIn Brand that Get Results
28 Mar 2016 Interview So You Will Be Heard
24 Mar 2016 Level 1 Gamification Certification Workshop for Talent Development Professionals
22 Mar 2016 ATD Dallas President's Quarterly Town Hall
15 Mar 2016 Change Management with Southwest Airlines
09 Mar 2016 AUDIO: The MOST Important Piece of Your Videos
08 Mar 2016 ATD Dallas Sales SIG Kickoff Event
04 Mar 2016 PASSIONATE PERFORMANCE Engaging Minds and Hearts to Conquer the Competition
22 Feb 2016 Personal & Business Branding Workshop
18 Feb 2016 Game the System™ The Basics of How and Why to Gamify your Training Programs
16 Feb 2016 BETTER TOGETHER: An Exclusive Look into Conifer Health's Organizational Development Strategy
05 Feb 2016 ...And Then, There Are Stories: Bringing Story-telling Center Stage in Training
25 Jan 2016 Start Your Year Right: Handling Career Development Challenges
19 Jan 2016 Drinks with a Twist
08 Jan 2016 Communicate and Train with Style: An Everything DiSC Based Approach
08 Dec 2015 ATD Dallas AXIS Awards Gala
08 Dec 2015 AXIS Exhibitor Sponsor Form
01 Dec 2015 Dallas ATD Special Interest Groups (SIGs): Holiday Luncheon
23 Nov 2015 Game Your System: Use Gamification to Leverage Motivation to Encourage Behavior Change
17 Nov 2015 Adobe eLearning Trends
11 Nov 2015 Using Adobe Captivate to Create Vignettes
06 Nov 2015 Thriving Beyond Survival
26 Oct 2015 The Intentional Job Search or Career Plan: Creating a Project Plan
14 Oct 2015 Building Better Facilitator Guides Faster with LeaderGuide Pro™
06 Oct 2015 ATD Dallas Town Hall: Delivering Membership Value in 2016
28 Sep 2015 Avoiding 7 Common LinkedIn Profile Mistakes
16 Sep 2015 BNY Mellon's Plan to Win: Driving a High Performance Culture
15 Sep 2015 How BioRAD Increased Learning and Development Value using Agile Techniques and Scrum Methodology
11 Sep 2015 The 50 Minute Coaching Hour©
09 Sep 2015 Streamline Testout Development and Standardize Documentation Templates
24 Aug 2015 Job Search and Weight Loss: Similar or Different?
18 Aug 2015 ATD Dallas Technology SIG to Resume in September!
18 Aug 2015 2015 Southwest Learning Summit
18 Aug 2015 2015 Southwest Learning Summit Sponsor & Exhibitor Form
28 Jul 2015 Quick Tips for Creating Interactive Scenarios for ELearning
27 Jul 2015 The Interview Exchange
16 Jul 2015 ATD Chapters - Dallas & Fort Worth Joint Networking Happy Hour
15 Jul 2015 Making an Impact by Helping Managers Understand The Work of A Leader
10 Jul 2015 We Need Management Training! Where do I start?
08 Jul 2015 Captivate Tips & Tricks (With an online connection!)
22 Jun 2015 How to Uncover Hidden Job Descriptions
16 Jun 2015 June Chapter Meeting: RAC - Top 125 Winner
10 Jun 2015 Create Educational Videos that Actually Work
05 Jun 2015 Managing Your Career: Being Ready to Jump on the Next Great Opportunity
19 May 2015 Talent Development Professionals Need to be Organizational & Industry Champions
13 May 2015 GoAnimate Video Creator
01 May 2015 Collecting and Understanding Metrics for Learning
27 Apr 2015 Resume Strategies & Tips
21 Apr 2015 The Culturetopia Effect - Creating High Performance and High Fulfillment
10 Apr 2015 Rules of Engagement
08 Apr 2015 Introduction to Brainshark
23 Mar 2015 Career Negotiating Nuggets
18 Mar 2015 Leader-Language: How to Choose Your Words to Get the Results You Want
17 Mar 2015 VHA - 2014 Best Place to Learn Winner - Leadership Development
11 Mar 2015 Partnering with Technical SMEs to Design Training
06 Mar 2015 Games Trainers Play
23 Feb 2015 Dallas ATD Career Development SIG
17 Feb 2015 First Dallas ATD Happy Hour for 2015
11 Feb 2015 Dallas ATD Software and Technology SIG: Qualtrics Analytic Software
06 Feb 2015 Dallas ASTD Lunch & Learn
26 Jan 2015 Dallas ATD Career Development SIG
20 Jan 2015 January Chapter Meeting: Microsoft’s Vision on Improving Productivity with Technology
14 Jan 2015 Software & Technology SIG
09 Jan 2015 Dallas ASTD Lunch & Learn
12 Dec 2014 Dallas ASTD Lunch & Learn
09 Dec 2014 December Chapter Meeting: Best Place to Learn & Holiday Party
24 Nov 2014 Dallas ATD Career Development SIG
18 Nov 2014 November Chapter Meeting: Keep Them Out of the Classroom!
12 Nov 2014 Software & Technology SIG
07 Nov 2014 Dallas ASTD Lunch & Learn
27 Oct 2014 Dallas ATD Career Development SIG
21 Oct 2014 Third Dallas ATD Happy Hour for 2014
08 Oct 2014 Software & Technology SIG
07 Oct 2014 2-Day Workshop: Powerpoint for E-Learning & Building Interactive E-Learning with Storyline
03 Oct 2014 Dallas ASTD Lunch & Learn
22 Sep 2014 Dallas ASTD Career Development SIG
17 Sep 2014 Webinar: Use Brain Science to Spark Action
16 Sep 2014 September Chapter Meeting: A New Twist on Teambuilding
10 Sep 2014 Software & Technology SIG
05 Sep 2014 Dallas ASTD Lunch & Learn
25 Aug 2014 Dallas ASTD Career Development SIG
19 Aug 2014 2014 Southwest Learning Summit
19 Aug 2014 2014 Southwest Learning Summit Sponsor & Exhibitor Form
28 Jul 2014 Dallas ASTD Career Development SIG
15 Jul 2014 Second Dallas ASTD Happy Hour for 2014
11 Jul 2014 Dallas ASTD Lunch & Learn
09 Jul 2014 Software & Technology SIG
23 Jun 2014 Dallas ASTD Career Development SIG
17 Jun 2014 June Chapter Meeting: Developing Leadership with Emotional Intelligence
11 Jun 2014 Software & Technology SIG
06 Jun 2014 Dallas ASTD Lunch & Learn SIG
20 May 2014 May Chapter Meeting: McAfee - 2014 Best Place to Learn Winner
14 May 2014 Software & Technology SIG
02 May 2014 Dallas ASTD Lunch & Learn
15 Apr 2014 April Chapter Meeting: Game the System
09 Apr 2014 Software & Technology SIG
04 Apr 2014 Dallas ASTD Lunch & Learn
18 Mar 2014 March Chapter Meeting: ASTD Discovery Roundtables
12 Mar 2014 Software & Technology SIG
07 Mar 2014 Dallas ASTD Lunch & Learn
18 Feb 2014 First Dallas ASTD Happy Hour for 2014
12 Feb 2014 Software & Technology SIG
07 Feb 2014 Dallas ASTD Lunch & Learn
21 Jan 2014 January Chapter Meeting: Ryan
10 Jan 2014 Dallas ASTD Lunch & Learn
08 Jan 2014 Software & Technology SIG
17 Dec 2013 December Chapter Meeting: Best Place to Learn & Holiday Party
11 Dec 2013 Software & Technology SIG
06 Dec 2013 Dallas ASTD Lunch & Learn
13 Nov 2013 Student Meeting: Facilitation of Global Learning
13 Nov 2013 Software & Technology SIG
12 Nov 2013 November Chapter Meeting
07 Nov 2013 Dallas ASTD Happy Hour
01 Nov 2013 Dallas ASTD Lunch & Learn
23 Oct 2013 Student Meeting: How to Plan a Live Web Presentation
18 Oct 2013 Register to win Free Admission to ASTD Training Certificate Program
15 Oct 2013 October Chapter Meeting: Best Practices in Blended Learning
09 Oct 2013 Software & Technology SIG
04 Oct 2013 Dallas ASTD Lunch & Learn
17 Sep 2013 Chapter Meeting: Retrain the Brain: Maximizing Brain Performance
11 Sep 2013 Student Meeting: Developing Learning in the Workplace
11 Sep 2013 Dallas ASTD Software & Technology SIG Lunch & Learn
06 Sep 2013 Dallas ASTD Lunch & Learn
21 Aug 2013 Dallas ASTD Software & Technology SIG Lunch & Learn
20 Aug 2013 2013 Southwest Learning Summit Sponsor & Exhibitor Form
20 Aug 2013 2013 Southwest Learning Summit
02 Aug 2013 Dallas ASTD Lunch & Learn
25 Jul 2013 Dallas ASTD Happy Hour
16 Jul 2013 Chapter Meeting: July 16 - STEP Up!
12 Jul 2013 Dallas ASTD Lunch & Learn
10 Jul 2013 Dallas ASTD Software & Technology SIG Lunch & Learn
18 Jun 2013 Chapter Meeting: ICE-cream Social & Learning Exchange
12 Jun 2013 Dallas ASTD Software & Technology SIG Lunch & Learn
07 Jun 2013 Dallas ASTD Lunch & Learn
19 May 2013 ASTD 2013 International Conference & Exposition
08 May 2013 Dallas ASTD Software & Technology SIG Lunch & Learn
03 May 2013 Dallas ASTD Lunch & Learn
26 Apr 2013 Coaching and Organizational Change
16 Apr 2013 Chapter Meeting: April 16 - Best Place To Learn: Leadership Development
10 Apr 2013 Dallas ASTD Software & Technology SIG Lunch & Learn
02 Apr 2013 Training Essentials Workshop
01 Apr 2013 Dallas ASTD Lunch & Learn
28 Mar 2013 Dallas ASTD Meet & Greet Happy Hour (and a half)
19 Mar 2013 Chapter Meeting: March 19 - Gamification
04 Mar 2013 Dallas ASTD Lunch & Learn
22 Feb 2013 From Backup Plan to a Foundation for Success Webinar
19 Feb 2013 Chapter Meeting: February 19 - Best Practices in Onboarding
08 Feb 2013 Dallas ASTD Lunch & Learn
15 Jan 2013 Chapter Meeting: JANUARY 15 - 12 Tips for Mastering the Four Dimensions of Engagement in the Virtual Classroom
07 Jan 2013 Dallas ASTD Lunch & Learn
04 Dec 2012 Chapter Meeting: DECEMBER 4 - Best PlaceS to Learn Awards
03 Dec 2012 Dallas ASTD Special Interest Group Happy Hour!
13 Nov 2012 Chapter Meeting: NOVEMBER 13 - Learning and Performance Innovation: Initiatives for Research and Practice
12 Nov 2012 Dallas ASTD Lunch & Learn
16 Oct 2012 Chapter LUNCH Meeting: OCTOBER 16 - Making Purposeful Connections
01 Oct 2012 Dallas ASTD Lunch & Learn
18 Sep 2012 Chapter Meeting: SEPTEMBER 18 - Social Media - So What?
14 Aug 2012 Southwest Learning Summit
17 Jul 2012 Chapter Meeting: JULY 17 - Five Commonly Asked Questions About Talent Management
19 Jun 2012 Chapter Meeting: JUNE 19 - Using Interactive Presentation Technology to Improve Training Outcomes
06 Jun 2012 Dallas ASTD CPLP Study Series
15 May 2012 Chapter Meeting: May 15 - How to Design Award-Winning Product Training with Single Source Publishing.
08 May 2012 A Trainer Skills Boot Camp Workshop By Peck Training Group
04 May 2012 One-day Chick-fil-A LEADERCAST at 1st Global, Inc.
17 Apr 2012 Chapter Meeting: Lunch and Leadership: So You Think You Know What a Leader Is?
20 Mar 2012 Chapter Meeting: Cracking the Culture Code: A Panel Discussion
21 Feb 2012 Chapter Meeting: Best Practices by the Best Place to Learn 2011
06 Dec 2011 Chapter Meeting: Best Practices and Networking
15 Nov 2011 Chapter Meeting: Going Mobile: Ensuring Mobile Learning Implementation Success
19 Oct 2011 Workshop: Intro to Sales Training Strategy/Intro to Sales Coaching
18 Oct 2011 Chapter Meeting: Sales Chaos: Defining a Genuinely New Approach to Sales Team Performance
21 Sep 2011 Workshop: Synchronous Trainer’s Survival with Jennifer Hoffman
20 Sep 2011 Chapter Meeting: Training On The Edge - How To Stay Ahead Of The Trends For The Next 5 Years
31 Aug 2011 Deadline for Nomination/Intent to Apply for Best Place to Learn
19 Jul 2011 July Chapter Meeting: Surviving the LMS
21 Jun 2011 June Chapter Meeting: Building a Case for Training
18 May 2011 WORKSHOP: e-Learning Design
17 May 2011 May Chapter Meeting: Employee Engagement: Pay Now or Pay Later


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