Learning While Working: The Key Practices for Exceptional Careers, Culture, and Contribution

  • December 06, 2019
  • 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM
  • Goodwill Center for Work and Training (5400 South 60th Street Greendale, WI 53129)
  • 13

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  • In partnership with the National Association of African Americans in Human Resources, NAAHR members can attend this event at the SEWI-ATD member rate.

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The business world is changing rapidly. You no longer have the luxury of waiting for your company to develop your abilities; if you don't have a plan to upskill yourself, you will be left behind!

In this session, you'll learn the key practices that enable you to learn at the speed of work by integrating your professional development into your daily assignments. Implementing these practices will build your skills and accelerate your career—and even make your work life more engaging.

This event is your chance to develop your learning agility. Whether you a high performer or an emerging expert, you will leave this session with the tools to make an impact with your work. Managers, talent development leaders, and HR professionals will also learn how to use these techniques to create a culture of learning in their team or organization. But, if you want to coast through your career or are allergic to change, avoid this session!

Colin J. Hahn, Ph.D. is the Vice President of Professional Development for SEWI-ATD, as well as the Director of Talent Development for Hahn Talent Consulting. He has developed training solutions that drive workplace performance improvement for organizations like Naval Air Systems Command, Associated Bank, and Children's Hospital of Wisconsin. He is also a lifelong learner who embraces the process of skill mastery in domains ranging from swing dancing to woodworking.

Doors will open at 8:00am for registration, check-in, and networking. The main program will begin at 8:30am and will end at 10:00am. There will be time from 10:00-10:30am for additional conversations and networking.

This event supports several elements of the ATD Competency Model, including Performance Improvement, Instructional Design, Evaluating Learning Impact, and Change Management.





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