Leading Gen Z:This lunch and learn will help prepare professionals for the next generation of workers – Gen Z – who will shatter the workplace as we know it.
Participants leave this program with the ability to:
Understand the workplace trends Gen Z will reject and embrace
Create an environment of collaboration among differing generations
Foster intrapreneurial projects to encourage this generation
Communicate and deliver feedback in way that is inspiring for Gen Z
Coach foundational skills to support this generation’s career development
This workshop is facilitated by Lora Haines, a world-class facilitator, keynote speaker, and instructional design expert. She has over fifteen years of experience in learning and development at world-class organizations like Walt Disney, Microsoft, Subaru and Eli Lilly. Lora specializes in employee engagement workshops at JB Training Solutions and focused her Master’s thesis on effectively retaining high-performing early career professionals. She is a certified coach who is passionate about helping professionals reach their highest career aspirations. In addition to being a SHRM Annual Conference Top Rated Speaker, she is the VP of Community Relations for the Milwaukee ATD chapter: SEWI-ATD.
As a facilitator, have you ever delivered training and wondered how it was designed? What went into measuring the ingredients and mixing them to make the perfect recipe?
Take a peek inside the instructional design test kitchen and explore the ingredients that go into baking a well-developed, effective learning experience.
This session will encourage cross-functional collaboration between training facilitators and instructional designers.
Arrival and networking
Program wrap up and networking
Processes are the critical link between individual skills and business outcomes. Many learning initiatives fail to deliver results because they address employee abilities but don’t examine the context in which the work is performed. Learning how to analyze processes allows you to improve performance—and avoids wasted effort when the root problem is the system rather than the skills.
Join SEWI-ATD’s Performance Improvement PDN as we discuss process improvement techniques. We’ll share tools to analyze processes and improvement strategies to support training programs.
About the Performance Improvement PDN
The SEWI-ATD Performance Improvement PDN is a collaborative group focused on practicing the skills of human performance improvement. We are talent development leaders, OD professionals, consultants, and other TD professionals who want to improve the performance towards our organization's goals.
Pre-session coffee chat
Networking and follow-on conversation
Contact Usadmin@sewi-atd.orgPhone: 608-204-9815Association ManagersSeth TrickelHeather L. Dyer, CAE