In this session, you'll learn how to benefit from the digital era through a panel discussion featuring some of the leading voices in the Southeastern Wisconsin talent development community. These leaders will share their insights, successes, and challenges in developing the workforce of the future. There will be also be a Q&A session so that you can hear from these leaders directly on your burning questions.
Whether you are manager of learning programs, a trainer wondering how these trends will affect your career, or an instructional designer that wants to learn from the experience of other organizations, you can't afford to miss this discussion!
VP, Learning and Professional Solutions
Head of Digital Global Learning
Senior Director, Enterprise Learning
Director Global Leadership Development
and Diversity & Inclusion
Michelle Reid-Powell, President and CEO of The CARA Group, Inc., will moderate this year's forum. Michelle is passionately devoted to elevating the performance of CARA’s team and clients. Prior to CARA, she held strategic leadership roles at companies such as McDonald’s Corporation, Whittman-Hart, and Arthur Anderson. She believes that talent development is crucial in the digital age and believes that together, we can evolve our industry to shape and support the workforce of the future.
Doors will open at 7:30am for registration, check-in, and networking. The main program will begin at 8:00am 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 Change Management, Learning Technologies, Managing Learning Programs, and Integrated Talent Management.
This event is sponsored by BetterUp. BetterUp is the People Experience Platform for professional coaching, immersive learning, and insights designed for everyone.
Case Studies & Application of Learning Design
Facilitated by Amy Krenzke & Melissa Braun
The purpose of our Instructional Design PDN is to bring together learning experience designers and talent development professionals within our industry to 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.
October's topic will focus on using Case Studies and the application of them within Learning Design. How can you get the most bang for your buck when using a case study in a course, e-learning, or coaching session.
Learning & Development professionals, we hope you will join us for this PDN! 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.
Learning Tools & Tech a 2019 Reflection
December's topic always one of our most popular will focus on a year in review for tech & tools of the instructional design trade. We'll share our top 3 tools or tech that you can take back and apply immediately.