Events 


ATD Dallas chapter meetings are typically held on the 3rd Tuesday of every month except in August (attend the Southwest Learning Summit instead), November and December. Want to be notified of our upcoming events? Sign up for our email newsletter and you'll always be informed.

Upcoming events

    • 27 Apr 2018
    • 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    • Texas Capital Bank, 2350 Lakeside Blvd., 5th Floor Richardson, TX 75068 United States
    • 22
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    ATD Dallas Management SIG

    Hosted by: Melody Bertrand, Bob Britton and Glenn Smith

    Connecting Volunteerism with Team and Career Development


    April 27, 2018 11:30am - 12:30pm
    Facilitator: Robert Clements, Officer, Individual and Corporate Giving, North Texas Food Bank


    One of the most common challenges facing companies today is the competition to attract, develop and retain talent. The modern workforce wants to feel like their employer is invested in their personal growth and the wellbeing of the community. Volunteerism not only supports the operation of many worthwhile charitable organizations but it also provides opportunities for individuals to learn new skills, fosters a sense of purpose, and creates corporate cultures that demonstrate a willingness to make a positive impact. If you have ever thought about volunteering or struggled to find new way to build your team’s cohesiveness or to find development avenues for yourself and others, then this presentation is for you.


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

    • See a connection between volunteerism and being considered an employer of choice
    • Leverage volunteerism to create new skills and sharpen existing ones for yourself and others
    • Visualize how the hands-on experience of volunteerism can provide more benefit that classroom training
    • Recognize volunteer opportunities
    • Understand how peer organizations have partnered with a valued local non-profit organization


    About the facilitator:


    Robert Clements is an Officer in the Individual and Corporate Giving department at North Texas Food Bank, and a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals. He works closely with top corporate and individual supporters, and manages their young professionals program. The North Texas Food Bank served 71 million meals last year across a 13-county region with 260 partner agencies. Their goal is to serve 92 million meals to those in need by 2025.


    Location:

    Texas Capital Bank
    2350 Lakeside Blvd., 5th Floor
    Richardson, TX 75068


    When: 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

    You are welcome to arrive as early as 11:15 to network and get settled prior to the start of the meeting. There is ample free parking in the garage.


    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.


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    • 04 May 2018
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas, 6001 Summerside Drive, Dallas, TX 75252
    • 46
    Register

    Dallas ATD Learning & Development Special Interest Group

    Hosted by: Vicki Lauter, Cathy Howard and Julie Mitchell

     

    The Basics of UNBASIC Coaching


    Friday, May 4, 2018  12:00 PM - 1:00 PM


    Facilitator: Mike Thompson


    We train to grow a skill or to develop a competency. We coach to change a life, a career, or a calling. There are many coaching models out there in the wild world of development. Learn how UNBASIC Coaching can bring better results with a unique, but simple approach.


    UNBASIC Coaching doesn’t start with a model or a process. It starts with the person and with perspective before moving to the methodology. In this session, participants will understand how and why the UNBASIC Coach …


    1. Has a Unique Perspective and Mindset

    2. Prioritizes the Person Over the Process

    3. Operates with Good Judgment and Finds Freedom within the Coaching Framework


    About the facilitator:


    Mike Thompson is the CEO of SVI, a talent development company which partners with complex global organizations to engage, train, assess and develop their entire workforce. He coaches executives and next-generation CEOs of the world’s largest companies.


    Mike holds a Master’s Degree in Leadership and Ethics from John Brown University and also served as president of the Dallas Chapter for the Association of Talent Development. He has received numerous recognitions, including Business of the Year finalist and the 40 Under 40 Award in his home state of Arkansas. In addition, he is the author of three top-selling business and leadership books.



    Where:

     

    6001 Summerside Drive

    Dallas, Texas 75252

    Location host: Donna Tharp, Adult Education Manager


    When: 12:00pm - 1:00pm

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


    All members of ATD Dallas are welcome to attend any SIG any time. 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 the annual dues of $115. 


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


    Why do you want to attend the January Lunch & Learn SIG meeting?

     

    Because…  You will learn principles that work from the best-selling book, Five Dysfunctions of a Team.

    Because… A cohesive team will:

    • ·         Make better, faster decisions as people are aligned and on-board
    • ·         Leverage the skills, talents and opinions of all team members
    • ·         Ensure conflict becomes productive and healthy versus draining and damaging
    • ·         Focus on the results versus self-interest and politics
    • ·         Create a competitive advantage and sets your organization apart
    • ·         Eventually become “A Best Place to Work”

     

    Join us for this interactive, engaging SIG where we will explore the behaviors that create a high performing team, give you practices to bring to your own organization and insight as to why this concept has been embraced and widely accepted around the world. 

     

    About the speaker:

    Mary Anne (Wihbey) Davis, founder of Peak Performance Solutions, has been an active member of ATD for many years. She has served on the board and has clients in every industry. Mary Anne and her husband, Roy Davis, are on the front line of bringing relevant programs, tools and products to their clients around the U.S., Mexico and Canada. They are proud to say four Texas clients have been voted best place to work!

    • 07 May 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Collin College, Spring Creek Campus, 2800 E Spring Creek Pkwy, Plano, TX 75074
    • 29
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    Dallas ATD Learning & Development EDU Special Interest Group

    Hosted by: Amanda Preston, Tonya Knox and Julie Mitchell 




    Adult Learning Theory 2.0: Creating Learning Experiences with Impact
    Monday, May 7, 2018
    6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

    Facilitator: Dr. Lisa Bevington


    In this workshop, we will briefly explore adult learning theory principles and the influence of cognitive learning theory and neuroscience on how we can better facilitate adult learning. We will discuss a number of powerful methods you can use in designing learning experiences that can increase students’ interaction, motivation, and retention.


    The participants should be able to:

    • Participants will be able to articulate the six characteristics of adult learning.
    • Participants will be able to identify the five participatory processes that facilitate adult learning.
    • Participants will discover ways to improve their current way of facilitating learning.


    Speaker : Lisa M Bevington, Psy.D.

    Company : Sr. Specialist, Organization Effectiveness, Trinity Industries


    Dr. Bevington is has been in the role of consultant, leader, executive coach, speaker, faculty member, and doctoral department chair. For more than twenty years she has been facilitating learning experiences in the classroom, online, and on the job. Training participants and students have consistently given Dr. Bevington high marks in creating learning opportunities that are meaningful and memorable.



    When: 06:00pm - 07:00pm
    You are welcome to arrive early to network and get settled prior to the start of the session.


    Where:

    Collin College
    Spring Creek Campus
    2800 E Spring Creek Pkwy.
    Plano, TX 75074


    Can’t make it to UTD? Join us virtually! We’ll be webcasting live online.


    Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone. 
    https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/979855541 

    You can also dial in using your phone. 
    United States: +1 (571) 317-3122 

    Access Code: 979-855-541 

    First GoToMeeting? Let's do a quick system check: 
    https://link.gotomeeting.com/system-check 


    All members of ATD Dallas are welcome to attend any SIG any time. 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 the annual dues of $115. 


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


    • 24 May 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Webinar
    Register

    Webinars that Rock - Workshop

    Presenter: Brian L. French



    When: May 24th, 2018, 9:00AM - 12:00PM CST


    Location: Virtual Webinar - After registering, Brian will contact you to provide the information on how to participate in the session.


    Materials:  Detailed Participant Guide (PDF), Planning Template (PDF), Run-Down Sheet Template (PDF)

     

    Webinar Description:


    Learn to make your webinars rock with a kickin' drum beat (pacing), screaming guitars (high energy) and a driving bass line (solid content). Too many webinars are just plain boring where the participant passively sits back and either multi-tasks, only half-way listens, or even falls asleep (yes, it happens). Discover how to develop and deliver webinars that fully engage participants through discussion, activities, and exercises that invite active participation. Find your groove and rock on.


    In this session you will learn about the “8 Beats of Rockin’ Webinars” that will keep the energy driving and attention focused on the content. Make the content "stick" with the participant by creating a memorable and meaningful experience.


    You will actively participate and have opportunities throughout to try out the techniques being shared. This session is equally applicable for new facilitators just starting out delivering webinars, as well as experienced webinar facilitators who wish to develop stronger capabilities and make their sessions even more engaging and effective.


    By the end of the session, the learner should be able to…

    • Prepare a plan for developing a webinar to meet the needs of the participants.
    • Design webinars that meet the needs of visual, auditory, and kinesthetic learners.
    • Detail techniques for increasing interactivity within webinar-based delivery.
    • Demonstrate how to sequence the content for shortened attention spans.
    • Utilize live-video with proper framing, adequate lighting and enhanced camera presence.
    • Use techniques to encourage the participant to actively engage throughout the session.


    Course Topics:

    8 Beats of Rockin’ Webinars

    1. Set the Stage
      • Creating a visually pleasing and highly functional collaboration space.
    2. Live Video Rules
      • Utilizing the webcam to create connection with the participants.
    3. Strong Opening Riff
      • Starting the session strong by grabbing the participant’s attention.
    4. Upbeat Tempo and Rhythm
      • Maintaining energy through frequent visual changes and conversational dialogue.
    5. Audience Interaction Throughout
      • Engaging participants through interactions and opportunities to share ideas.
    6. Stories are Lyrics that Create Feeling
      • Entertaining participants by infusing stories into the content.
    7. Reach the Senses of Sight, Sound, & Touch
      • Meeting the needs of different learning styles to reach all types.
    8. Connect with the Audience So They Know You
    • Creating a personal, trusting connection with the participants. 



    Presenter:


    Brian L. French is a Leadership Development professional with 30+ years of experience in learning design/development/delivery. A master-level facilitator, Brian holds certifications on many industry-leading courses/assessments and has facilitated sessions throughout the years for global audiences in both classroom/conference-based and virtual/webinar-based environments, and for groups ranging from small teams to many hundreds of attendees. For many years he managed a group of Senior Facilitators for a Fortune 20 company, providing coaching and support for many types of facilitative engagements across the enterprise. Brian is the Founder/President of Harmonic Learning, LLC and the creator of the Harmonic Work-Styles Model, a tool to create deeper understanding and stronger communication within the workplace.



    • 01 Jun 2018
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas, 6001 Summerside Drive, Dallas, TX 75252
    • 43
    Register

    Dallas ATD Learning & Development Special Interest Group

    Hosted by: Vicki Lauter, Cathy Howard and Julie Mitchell

     

    Why Leadership Development Fails and How to Fix It


    Friday, June 1, 2018  12:00 PM - 1:00 PM


    Facilitator: John Wright


    70% of employees are disengaged and this has not improved in over a decade. 70% of managers are not leaders and this has not improved in over a decade. This is because traditional leadership development does not work. Learn why and how to fix it.


    About the speaker:


    John Wright is Founder and President of Simple Leadership Strategies. He helps professionals achieve operational excellence, improve financial results, and change lives. Through a process called heart-learning, he helps transform customers into advocates, workgroups into teams, employees into partners, and managers into leaders. These strategic processes not only achieve excellence but inspire families, communities and the world to become better.



    Where:

     

    6001 Summerside Drive

    Dallas, Texas 75252

    Location host: Donna Tharp, Adult Education Manager


    When: 12:00pm - 1:00pm

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


    All members of ATD Dallas are welcome to attend any SIG any time. 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 the annual dues of $115. 


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


    Why do you want to attend the January Lunch & Learn SIG meeting?

     

    Because…  You will learn principles that work from the best-selling book, Five Dysfunctions of a Team.

    Because… A cohesive team will:

    • ·         Make better, faster decisions as people are aligned and on-board
    • ·         Leverage the skills, talents and opinions of all team members
    • ·         Ensure conflict becomes productive and healthy versus draining and damaging
    • ·         Focus on the results versus self-interest and politics
    • ·         Create a competitive advantage and sets your organization apart
    • ·         Eventually become “A Best Place to Work”

     

    Join us for this interactive, engaging SIG where we will explore the behaviors that create a high performing team, give you practices to bring to your own organization and insight as to why this concept has been embraced and widely accepted around the world. 

     

    About the speaker:

    Mary Anne (Wihbey) Davis, founder of Peak Performance Solutions, has been an active member of ATD for many years. She has served on the board and has clients in every industry. Mary Anne and her husband, Roy Davis, are on the front line of bringing relevant programs, tools and products to their clients around the U.S., Mexico and Canada. They are proud to say four Texas clients have been voted best place to work!

    • 12 Jun 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
    • Dallas Baptist University North (DBUN) 2805 Dallas Parkway, Suite 450 Plano, TX 75093
    • 25
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    Workshop: Facilitation that Sings

    Presenter: Brian L. French


    When: June 12, 2018 9:00am - 4:30pm CT


    Location: Dallas Baptist University North (DBUN)
    2805 Dallas Parkway, Suite 450
    Plano, TX 75093


    Light Breakfast and boxed lunch will be provided


    Registration:

    Members Regular- $450
    Non-Members Regular - $495


    Materials:

    Detailed Participant Guide (Printed and PDF), Pre-Session Survey Template, Group Profile Guide, and a Facilitator Kit (supplies to aid in group facilitation)


    Workshop Description:


    Great facilitators are like great singers - they immediately capture your attention and make you glad that you are listening to them. The best singers captivate the audience by sharing the "feeling" of the music, while also being technically competent at delivering it. The best facilitators do this as well, sharing the "feeling" of the content, while also being technically competent at delivering it. This connects the participants with the content on an emotional level to make the learning stick.


    This session is focused specifically on facilitating group-learning sessions where you play the key role in insuring that the participants comprehend the content and can display the concepts learned. This is done through exploring the “12 Notes of Facilitation” (analogous to the 12 notes that a singer has available on the chromatic scale) to ensure that the participants have a meaningful learning experience.


    The skills you learn in this session will increase confidence and give you the tools needed to build your strengths to get to the next level in your facilitation career. During the workshop you will practice the skills you’re acquiring through various exercises and activities.


    This session is equally applicable for new facilitators just starting to lead sessions, as well as experienced facilitators who wish to develop stronger capabilities to make your sessions even more memorable. Join us for this workshop where you will learn to find your "Facilitation Voice" to create your wonderful “song” of learning.


    By the end of the session, the learner should be able to…

    • Detail the many roles that a facilitator plays in various situations.
    • Setup a learning environment that is comfortable and suited to the type of session.
    • Demonstrate effective stage presence to gain attention and build trust.
    • Describe learning styles and discover ways to fill their needs.
    • Lead idea-generation sessions to ensure all people have the opportunity to share thoughts.
    • Create activities and interactions to increase learner engagement and content retention.
    • Moderate facilitative discussions to enhance information flow through questioning techniques.
    • Manage group-emotion to maintain a positive feeling and deal with negative participants.
    • Utilize media to appropriately support the message and content.

    Course Topics:


    12 Notes of Facilitation

    1. The Role of the Facilitator

    • Understanding the many aspects and the important roles that a facilitator fulfills.

    2. The Learning Environment

    • Creating a space that is open, inviting and fosters trust.

    3. Developing Stage Presence

    • Discovering your unique “Facilitation Voice” to positively lead the group.

    4. Reaching all Learner Types

    • Ensuring that all types of learners are being reached and provided equal opportunity.

    5. Filling the Toolbox with Tools

    • Being prepared and having the toolset and skillset needed to succeed.

    6. Idea-Generation Techniques

    • Creating ways to foster discussion and generate ideas.

    7. Exploration and Discovery

    • Inviting participants to explore the topic and self-discover concepts.

    8. Activities and Interactions

    • Engaging participants through fun and meaningful interactive elements.

    9. Facilitative Discussions

    • Leading discussions that invite all to openly participate.

    10. Maintaining Positivity

    • Ensuring the feeling within the group remains positive and open to learning.

    11. Problem Participants

    • Dealing respectfully with negative participants to overcome challenges.

    12. Media that Supports

    • Using media in a way that fully supports the content/message.


    About the Speaker

    Brian L. French is a Leadership Development professional with 30+ years of experience in learning design/development/delivery. A master-level facilitator, Brian holds certifications on many industry-leading courses/assessments and has facilitated sessions throughout the years for global audiences in both classroom/conference-based and virtual/webinar-based environments, and for groups ranging from small teams to many hundreds of attendees. For many years he managed a group of Senior Facilitators for a Fortune 20 company, providing coaching and support for many types of facilitative engagements across the enterprise. Brian is the Founder/President of Harmonic Learning, LLC and the creator of the Harmonic Work-Styles Model, a tool to create deeper understanding and stronger communication within the workplace.



    • 19 Jun 2018
    • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Webinar

    Gamification for Talent Development: Deconstructing the Phycology of Games to Entice, Engage, and Encourage Learners

    Presenter: Jonathan Peters, PhD, Chief Motivation Officer, Sententia



    When: Tuesday, June 19th, 11:00AM - 12:00PM CST


    Location: Virtual Webinar

     

    Webinar Description:


    Wouldn’t it be great to know how to introduce a gaming dimension into the corporate training programs you design or deliver? What would it look like to include game elements such as levels, challenges, rewards, and easter eggs to drive participation, engagement, retention, and to achieve a measurable ROI?

    This hands-on program you will learn the 5-step process of gamifying a training program. You’ll learn how to:

    • Define your measurable business objectives and determine how Gamification will help you to achieve your objectives
    • Weave analogies and stories to make the training stickable – so that players remember facts and transfer skills to real world scenarios
    • Create the right mix of ingredients and next steps in your learning activities to allow the participants to acquire knowledge and skill
    • Identify the game elements and mechanics (chance, competition, collaboration, rewards, etc.) you will use
    • Construct a consistent, attractive - even charming and captivating - cohesiveness that ties the entire project together
    • Answer the question: Is it fun?

    The Gamification of real-world training and development is a powerful technique which can motivate people and help generate loyalty to your organization, its products, and its message. At its core, Gamification is about finding the fun in the things that we have to do.


    When learning is fun, people remember, apply, and return to the learning.



    Presenter:


    Jonathan Peters, PhD, is the Chief Motivation Officer at Sententia. He has spent over a decade studying the science and art of motivation and persuasion. As a speaker, he has helped audiences from Melbourne, Australia to Augusta, Maine more effectively communicate with their customers and team-members. With Sententia, he applies his knowledge and experience to make learning more enticing, engaging, and encouraging through gamification.


    Jonathan is also an adjunct professor at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, though he calls Austin, Texas home.


    Click here to register for this free, one-hour webinar
    • 25 Jun 2018
    • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    • SMU in Plano: 5236 Tennyson Parkway, Building 4, Room 107, Plano, TX 75024
    • 24
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    ATD Dallas Career Development SIG

    Hosted by Robert Bee



    The Benefits of Informational Interviews


    June 25, 2018 6:30-8:00pm
    Facilitator: Cash Belew



    I’m sure you’ve all probably heard the statistics of the high percentage of people who have obtained jobs through networking with other people. So, what’s the most effective way to find a job? It’s through networking. Another great way to network with other professionals is with the use of informational interviews. Whether you’re actively seeking a new position or are thinking about another career, this SIG session will help you obtain the information and contacts you need. The job market is competitive for training professionals. Sometimes you can’t get all the information you need by just applying for jobs, using the internet, and interviewing. That’s where informational interviews come into play and can help connect you with other professionals and information that will be beneficial to your career.


    About the facilitator:


    Cash Belew is a training and development professional with several years of experience helping others succeed. He has designed, updated, and presented workshops and seminars to adult learners in large groups and small, informal gatherings. Most recently he completed a training project at Collin College to educate and train students to use a career/resume software tool available to them.


    Where: SMU in Plano

    Just 1 mile east of the Dallas North Tollway in Plano. Find directions here.

    5236 Tennyson Parkway

    Room #107

    When: 6:30-8:00pm
    You are welcome to arrive early to network and get settled prior to the start of 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.

    • 27 Jun 2018
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Webinar

    How to Connect with Executives Through Story

    Presenter: Janine Kurnoff




    When: Wednesday, June 27th, 12:00PM - 1:00PM CST


    Location: Virtual Webinar

     

    Webinar Description:


    You’ve got minimal time with big decision-makers. They’ve got competing priorities. Want to make your time count? Learn to create a strong, story-filled narrative they’ll easily grasp, remember, and act on.


    When it comes to understanding the mindset of executives, there are some common guidelines that will help you keep them awake, engaged, and (hopefully) wanting to hear more. Join us as Janine Kurnoff explores the strategy behind presenting to busy, impatient, get-to-the-bottom-line executives. In this one-hour webinar, Janine will discuss how to develop a ‘BIG idea’ – a clear and concise way to frame your key takeaway.


    Together you’ll walk through the fundamental building blocks of storytelling – a methodology that science tells us (and successful presenters know) significantly boosts the impact and longevity of your ideas. Lastly, learn the ‘Pivot’ strategy that details how check in and respond to direction, in the moment. This strategy will give you the best chance of meeting executive’s needs, getting your ideas heard, and getting them to act.


    During the webinar, you will learn how to:

    • Shift from being a data collector to a strategic communicator.
    • Tailor stories to executives and craft a ‘BIG idea’ when presenting information.
    • Discover the art and science of the ‘The Pivot’


    Presenter:


    Janine Kurnoff knows well that an executive’s time is in short supply. For two decades, she has trained executives and their staff at some of the world’s largest brands including Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, HP, Pepsi, AT&T and the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Seeing a tremendous need, she is dedicated to improving the way professionals connect with senior executives.


    As Founder and Chief Innovation Officer at The Presentation Company, a corporate training and consulting firm, she has delivered dozens of presentation skills workshops that focus on visual storytelling. Her methodology helps people organize, visualize, and present their ideas in a way that is captivating, easy-to-process, and results-driven.


    With a diverse background in international business, sales, and broadcasting, Janine brings a fresh perspective to today’s multimedia business presentations. She received her MBA in International Business from the Monterey Institute of International Studies.



    Click here to register for this free, one-hour webinar
    • 06 Jul 2018
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas, 6001 Summerside Drive, Dallas, TX 75252
    • 49
    Register

    Dallas ATD Learning & Development Special Interest Group

    Hosted by: Vicki Lauter, Cathy Howard and Julie Mitchell

     


    How Artificial Intelligence Can Be Leveraged Within Learning and Development


    Friday, July 6, 2018  12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

    Facilitator: Jeff Palen


    Want to know how AI can be utilized within L&D at your company? Come and let’s chat.


    If you attend this session you will:

    • Understand the possibilities of AI within L&D

    • Gain clarity on next steps to incorporate AI within L&D at their companies


    About the facilitator:


    Jeff Palen is a a growth focused, Learning and Development Manager for Capital One. He specializes in building and delivering transformational initiatives, creating forward-leaning change across versatile functions and industries


    Where:

    Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas - Get Directions here.

    6001 Summerside Dr

    Dallas, TX 75252


    When: 12:00pm - 1:00pm

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


    All members of ATD Dallas are welcome to attend any SIG any time. 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 the annual dues of $115. 


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


    Why do you want to attend the January Lunch & Learn SIG meeting?

     

    Because…  You will learn principles that work from the best-selling book, Five Dysfunctions of a Team.

    Because… A cohesive team will:

    • ·         Make better, faster decisions as people are aligned and on-board
    • ·         Leverage the skills, talents and opinions of all team members
    • ·         Ensure conflict becomes productive and healthy versus draining and damaging
    • ·         Focus on the results versus self-interest and politics
    • ·         Create a competitive advantage and sets your organization apart
    • ·         Eventually become “A Best Place to Work”

     

    Join us for this interactive, engaging SIG where we will explore the behaviors that create a high performing team, give you practices to bring to your own organization and insight as to why this concept has been embraced and widely accepted around the world. 

     

    About the speaker:

    Mary Anne (Wihbey) Davis, founder of Peak Performance Solutions, has been an active member of ATD for many years. She has served on the board and has clients in every industry. Mary Anne and her husband, Roy Davis, are on the front line of bringing relevant programs, tools and products to their clients around the U.S., Mexico and Canada. They are proud to say four Texas clients have been voted best place to work!

    • 19 Jul 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Dallas Baptist University North (DBUN) 2805 Dallas Parkway, Suite 450 Plano, TX 75093
    • 25
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    Workshop: The Gamification of Learning: A Certification for Talent Development and HR Professionals

    Presenter: Monica Cornetti


    When: July 19th, 2018 9:00am - 4:00pm CT


    Location: Dallas Baptist University North (DBUN)
    2805 Dallas Parkway, Suite 450
    Plano, TX 75093


    Light Breakfast and boxed lunch will be provided


    Registration:

    Members Regular- $247
    Non-Members Regular - $297


    Credit:


    CPLP Recertification Credit

    CPLPs earn one recertification point/credit for each physical hour of continuing education within one’s current role/job or involving a new experience or content. You will need to keep records of the event and prepare any required paperwork.Visit the CPLP webpage for complete information.

    Six recertification hours for this workshop.


    HRCI and SHRM Recertification Credit

    This program is eligible for self-certification for HRCI and SHRM recertification credits. You will need to keep records of the event and prepare any required paperwork. Visit the HRCI recertification webpage or the SHRM recertification webpage for more information.



    Workshop Description:


    Spend a day learning from the #1 rated Gamification Guru Monica Cornetti and become a better, higher-rated, and considerably more effective trainer, teacher, instructional designer, or human resource professional!


    This program is like no conference or workshop you’ve attended. The Sententia Gamification LIVE Certification is a complete immersion experience designed to leave you creatively inspired and technically masterful.


    Be prepared to come and PLAY FULL OUT for the entire day to dramatically improve your learning and development results and significantly increase your credibility and influence and a professional.


    Simply defined, gamification uses game mechanics and rewards for non-game applications in order to increase engagement, transfer knowledge, and create loyalty. Gamification is about motivational design, and is the process of using game mechanics and game thinking in non-gaming contexts to engage users and to solve problems.


    Gamification is founded in the fundamentals of human psychology and behavioral science, and rests on three primary factors: motivation, ability level, and triggers.


    Gamification is not about simply rewarding points and badges, but rather understanding and influencing the human behaviors which companies want to encourage among their employees and customers. Gamification includes a robust set of game mechanics including chance, competition, collaboration, knowledge sharing, badges, points, leaderboards, status, achievement, exploration, teamwork, and so much more.


    Outcomes

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

    • Understand how key concepts found in behavioral psychology and game design can increase learning and engagement.
    • Have a five-part process for gamifying a learning program.
    • Demonstrate a return on investment for your gamified learning program.


    Takeaways for Participants

    1. Game the System™ “game board” of the 30 necessary steps for creating successfully gamified learning programs

    2. All handouts and ancillary tools

    3. Sententia Level 1 Apprentice Certificate for attending the seminar and one upon completion of a case study for framing for each registrant (will occur after completion of the certification program and analysis and feedback of a case study under the supervision of Monica Cornetti)

    4. Sententia Level 1 Apprentice digital badges with metadata about the program and work completed for certification for employers, recruiters, and potential clients

    5. Provide HRCI, SHRM and ATD recertification credit documentation for each registrant


    About the Speaker


    Featured on the cover of Bloomberg Businessweek, Monica works with individuals and organizations who want to learn how to think differently to achieve uncommon results. A gamification speaker and designer, Monica was rated #1 among the “Gamification Gurus Power 100” by RISE in 2015 and 2016, and in 2016 was also recognized as a Top 3 Finalist in the “Gamification Guru of the Year Award” by the World Gamification Congress held in Barcelona, Spain.


    Monica is the Founder and CEO of the Sententia Gamification Consortium and the author of the book Totally Awesome Training Activity Guide: Put Gamification to Work for You. Monica is hired for her skill as a gamification speaker and is considered at the top of her field in gamification design for corporate learning.


    She is a graduate of Seton Hill with a BA in psychology, and The University of Houston-Victoria where she earned a Masters Degree in Economic Development and Entrepreneurship, voted by Forbes Small Business as one of the top 5 programs for entrepreneurial education in the country.



    • 25 Jul 2018
    • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Webinar

    Mobile Technology During Presentations

    Presenter: Gregory Tall



    When: Wednesday, July 25th, 11:00AM - 12:00PM CST


    Location: Virtual Webinar

     

    Webinar Description:


    Is There An App For That?: How You Can (And Should) Use Mobile Technology In Your Presentations


    Don’t be the facilitator who begins your presentation by asking everyone in the audience to ignore their cell phones for the next hour. As if we could actually do that! This experiential webinar with several live demos will give you fresh ideas on how you can get your audience to use their mobile devices (smartphones & tablets) to actively participate in your future presentations. So tune in to this webinar with your favorite mobile device fully charged!


    WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:

    • How to use mobile technology to support learning outcomes
    • What you need to know and consider when asking your audience to use mobile technology during your presentation
    • Info about specific mobile technology and apps you can start using in your next presentation


    Presenter:


    Gregory Tall is a high-energy speaker, blogger, coach and storyteller who helps professionals & entrepreneurs become better communicators.


    He has over 14 years of experience in talent acquisition and talent development. In addition to coaching hundreds of professionals and building top workplaces, Gregory has delivered hundreds of presentations and always combines engaging content with an engaging delivery. He has a charismatic presentation style, and his workshops include provocative perspectives, relatable stories, anecdotal humor and awesome visuals. Gregory loves what he does and it shows every time he speaks.


    Gregory holds an M.B.A. from the Morris Graduate School of Management, a Bachelor Degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and has earned the Professional in Human Resources (PHR) and SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP) designations.


    He is also an avid reader & walker, a public radio junkie, a shameless abuser of Post-It easel pads and someone who absolutely insists on having a chocolate chip cookie every day.


    Click here to register for this free, one-hour webinar
    • 23 Aug 2018
    • Plano Centre, 2000 E. Spring Creek Parkway, Plano, TX 75074
    Register

    2018 Southwest Learning Summit
    Sponsor & Exhibitor Registration Form


    Thank you for your interest in exhibiting your company and for supporting the ATD Dallas at the 2018 Southwest Learning Summit in August 2018. 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.


    Click here to fill out the form to be a sponsor at the Friends Level



    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, 2018 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, 2018.  After that time, no refunds will be issued.



    Platinum Level Sponsor


    • 23 Aug 2018
    • 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
    • Plano Event Center (formerly Plano Centre), 2000 East Spring Creek Parkway, Plano, TX 75074
    • 421
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    2018 Southwest Learning Summit


    Thursday, August 23, 2018
    Registration 7:15 AM - 8:00 AM
    Breakfast 7:15 AM - 8:00 AM
    Conference 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM 
    Happy Hour 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

    @ATDDallas   #SWLS2018   #DallasKnowsTalent

    Location: Plano Event Center (formerly Plano Centre)
    2000 East Spring Creek Parkway
    Plano, TX 75074




    Register early for the best prices:

    • Early: Through April 20th
    • Advanced: April 21st - June 15th
    • Regular: June 16th - August 21st 
    • NOTE: Walk-in registrations will be $329 

    Contact the ATD Dallas office at info@tddallas.org for Group Corporate Registrations, for groups with 5 or more people.


    Complete list of prices can be found on our Pricing and Cancellation Policy page. 

    When: 
    Registration 7:15 AM - 8:00 AM
    Breakfast 7:15 AM - 8:00 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 
    • Two keynote speakers 
    • Multiple breakout sessions 
    • Happy Hour



    Deadline for a full refund, is Thursday, May 31, 2018.

    Deadline for a 50% refund, is Friday, July 20, 2018.


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    • 14 Sep 2018
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Sendero Consulting, 2100 Ross Avenue Suite 400, Dallas, TX 75201
    • 50
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    Dallas ATD Learning & Development Special Interest Group

    Hosted by: Vicki Lauter, Cathy Howard and Julie Mitchell

     

    Engaging Learners Through Your LMS


    NEW DAY AND LOCATION!!!

    (2ND) Friday, September 14, 2018  12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

    Facilitator: Alex Corum and Grace Hogan


    Alex and Grace will share with us the tools and processes they used to select a new learning platform (LMS) and explain how the tools selected supports the Sendero learning strategy. They will also discuss best practices that led to a higher employee engagement at their organization.


    What’s in it for you:

    • Gain an understanding of criteria to consider when selecting an LMS
    • Learn processes and steps for selecting an LMS that supports your organization’s learning strategy
    • Engage learners through the LMS and L&D best practices

    Alex Corum leads the Learning & Development team at Sendero, an award-winning management consulting firm in Dallas. She and her team focus on designing programs and implementing solutions that drive engagement, develop leaders, and enable a culture of continuous learning.

     
    Grace Hogan earned her Master of Educational Leadership from Southern Methodist University. She brings her previous experience in higher education to Sendero where she focuses on new hire onboarding, curriculum design, and optimizing Sendero’s learning platform.

    ***Where: Sendero Consulting***

    2100 Ross Avenue

    Suite 400

    Dallas, TX 75201


    *For Parking - there is metered street parking OR check the parking lot at San Jacinto and Leonard Street for $8. Other parking lots and garages are available downtown as well.


    *Refreshments will be served


    When: 12:00pm - 1:00pm

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


    All members of ATD Dallas are welcome to attend any SIG any time. 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 the annual dues of $115. 


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


    Why do you want to attend the January Lunch & Learn SIG meeting?

     

    Because…  You will learn principles that work from the best-selling book, Five Dysfunctions of a Team.

    Because… A cohesive team will:

    • ·         Make better, faster decisions as people are aligned and on-board
    • ·         Leverage the skills, talents and opinions of all team members
    • ·         Ensure conflict becomes productive and healthy versus draining and damaging
    • ·         Focus on the results versus self-interest and politics
    • ·         Create a competitive advantage and sets your organization apart
    • ·         Eventually become “A Best Place to Work”

     

    Join us for this interactive, engaging SIG where we will explore the behaviors that create a high performing team, give you practices to bring to your own organization and insight as to why this concept has been embraced and widely accepted around the world. 

     

    About the speaker:

    Mary Anne (Wihbey) Davis, founder of Peak Performance Solutions, has been an active member of ATD for many years. She has served on the board and has clients in every industry. Mary Anne and her husband, Roy Davis, are on the front line of bringing relevant programs, tools and products to their clients around the U.S., Mexico and Canada. They are proud to say four Texas clients have been voted best place to work!

    • 01 Nov 2018
    • 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Dallas Baptist University North (DBUN) 2805 Dallas Parkway, Suite 450 Plano, TX 75093
    • 25
    Register

    Workshop: Getting Started with Storyline

    Presenter: Deanna Fisher


    When: November 1, 2018 8:00am - 4:00pm CT


    Location: Dallas Baptist University North (DBUN)
    2805 Dallas Parkway, Suite 450
    Plano, TX 75093


    Light Breakfast and boxed lunch will be provided


    Registration:

    Members Regular- $349
    Non-Members Regular - $395


    Workshop Description:


    This workshop will provide the foundational information you will need to build interactive eLearning modules with Storyline.


    This session is designed for those who are brand new to Storyline 360 (this also includes Storyline 3) or intermediate existing users that would like a refresh on the basics to improve their skills. This workshop will be interactive and hands-on, so please bring your computer with Storyline pre-installed and working properly. You can purchase the software or obtain a trial version of it from the Articulate website.


    In this workshop, we will:


    • Get to know the basics of Storyline by walking through Storyline’s interface, the Story View, Story Player, and panels.
    • Explore the process for creating a new project, arranging slides/scenes, and applying design themes.
    • Walk through the steps for applying and editing common slide content, media, animations, and transitions.
    • Become familiar with Storyline’s content library, interactive elements, states, triggers, trigger conditions, and variable options.
    • Review the basics for quizzing and feedback options.
    • Discover publishing output options and properties.


    About the Speaker

    Deanna Fischer is a learning and development professional with experience working across the many facets of professional development and talent management. Deanna has been trained as a facilitator and program developer and specializes in creating online custom learning resources for clients across various industries including hospitality, beverage food processing, automotive, financial services, manufacturing, data analytics, and legal. She is an Articulate Storyline advocate and super fan and has been finding creative ways to use Articulate products since they first showed up on the scene years ago. Deanna loves tools that help her colleagues work smarter and faster, and she has a passion for mentoring individuals who are new to the learning and development industry and eLearning development.



    • 01 Mar 2019
    • ATD Dallas Headquarters
    Register


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    For more info contact Tracy at: sponsorship@tddallas.org 

Past events

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 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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