Is it an opportunity or a threat when the business asks talent development professionals to be strategic partners? The answer depends on whether your skills have kept pace with the needs of the workplace!
In this session, join SEWI-ATD board members Annette Caraulia and Matt Meuleners to learn how the talent development field is changing and to explore opportunities to upgrade your skills for the changing work of work. You'll walk away from this session with an understanding of the brand new ATD Capability Model and techniques to add a strategic dimension to your work as a trainer, instructional designer or learning leader. You'll also discover opportunities to further your career through lifelong learning and professional service.
Annette Caraulia has been the Director of Organizational Development and Learning at Milwaukee Center for Independence for the last four years. Her previous roles include OD leadership at Quad Graphics, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, and Dealer Tire. She has a MSODA in Organizational Development from Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University and earned her BA from Bowling Green State University. She currently serves as the VP of Professional Development for SEWI-ATD.
Matt Meuleners is the Executive Partner of FOCUS Training, where he has worked for 20 years. He is an experienced facilitator and coach with a deep expertise in leadership development. He earned his MBA from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and received his BA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He currently serves as the President for SEWI-ATD.
Due to the COVID situation, this event will occur virtually. More details about the virtual event logistics, including login information, will be sent to registrants as we get closer to the event.
This event supports several elements of the ATD Capability Model, with a deep dive into how the three domains of capabilities encourage talent development professionals to become strategic partners for the business.
Facilitated By: Amy Krenzke & Melissa Braun
The purpose of our Instructional Design PDN is to bring together learning experience designers and talent development professionals. In an open group we discuss topics of interest, current industry trends, collaborate on best practices, and connect with other colleagues in similar roles. Our goal is to help members of this network improve professionally and bring greater value to the organizations they serve.
You do not need to be a member of the chapter to participate in our PDN. Closer to the event date, please keep an eye on our Instructional Design PDN page or our Facebook Group for more information about location.
If you have any questions about the ID PDN please reach out to Amy Krenzke, ID PDN Leader at firstname.lastname@example.org
Leaders who integrate head, heart and core lead more successful, diverse, and engaged organizations. Plus, they have more fun! Learn the scientific proof behind head, heart, and core intelligence, explore your “default brain”, and discuss practical ways to optimize all three to help leaders communicate more effectively, drive higher engagement, manage emotional conversations, and make better decisions.
For over two decades Cindy Warner has partnered with organizations to build and facilitate global talent management processes and leadership development programs. She has coached hundreds of leaders around the world in multiple organizations and industries. She is best known for her authentic, collaborative, and empowering style that sparks potential, optimizes individual strengths, and overcomes barriers with efficiency and fun. Her clients build more effective relationships and lead with higher self-awareness and confidence.
Cindy has a MSH Resources from Marquette University and is certified by the International Coach Federation, with multiple credentials in leadership assessment, learning design, organization development and talent management. She is an adjunct professor at the St. Norbert College Center for Exceptional Leadership. Cindy recently integrated her passion for horses into her work with an equine assisted coach certification and she continues bringing best practice learning and life-changing emotional intelligence to leaders around the world.
In light of the public health situation, this event will occur virtually. More details about the virtual logistics, including login information, will be sent to registrants as we get closer to the event.
This event supports several elements of the ATD Capability Model including Emotional Intelligence, Communication, Leadership Development, and Organizational Culture.
Training Delivery PDN: SAVE THE DATE! (subject to change)
You've told us you want to be able to plan for attending our PDN well in advance, so we want to be proactive in helping you fit our events into your busy schedule. Please register to SAVE THE DATE, and we'll update this page once we have a clear topic and location. Our plan is to meet on the second Friday of the last month of each quarter. We hope you can join us for each one!
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 elements of the ATD Competency Model, including Training Delivery.
June's topic will focus on rapid design Instructional Design. Your stakeholder says "I need that training next week! That's no problem right?". It happens to all of us and sometimes we just have to meet the deadline. We'll discuss opportunities where we can challenge timeframes, techniques for & experiences in rapid design, and using a more of Agile process, ADDIE v SAM, and much more! Please attend with your own examples in mind and how we can all brainstorm to create a great learner experience using rapid design.
Upskilling & Reskilling: Turning Disruption and Change into New Capabilities
Register at MMAC
Save the date! (Description forthcoming)
For this Talent Matters series, SEWI-ATD is partnering with the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce (MMAC). Please REGISTER on the MMAC site at https://web.mmac.org/events/Talent-Matters-Upskilling-Reskilling-Turning-Disruption-and-Change-Into-New-Capabilities-2529/details
The public registration fee is $50, but SEWI-ATD members receive the discounted $25 rate (50% off)!
December's topic will focus on Global ID/Learning & the role Diversity & Inclusion plays in your work. We will discuss how to incorporate more diverse & inclusive concepts into your learning, using more diverse imagery in eLearning, and best practices from your peers. Come with your ideas, stakeholder sticky points and best practices to share with the group. We'll chat about situations we've all encountered and how we've worked through them to produce the best learning for the learner!