Note: This event has moved to Tuesday, November 19.
Regardless of your job title, if you’re working in the training industry, particularly in a production capacity, you need an online portfolio. Why do you need a portfolio? Because it will work for you! Portfolios allow you to focus on the things you really enjoy doing, while potentially funneling prospective employers or clients to your inbox.
Building your eLearning portfolio doesn’t need to be an overwhelming task. This session will equip you for the portfolio-building journey, and you’ll learn insider information about what works well, what doesn’t work at all, and lessons learned in building an eLearning portfolio. You will also have the opportunity to address your most pressing concerns.
Novice to advanced designers and developers.
Ashley Chiasson is an instructional designer and consultant with over a decade of experience developing high-quality eLearning solutions for various clients. She holds a master’s degree in education (post-secondary studies) and a bachelor of arts in linguistics and psychology. Ashley is the Senior eLearning Developer at Traliant, and is a self-proclaimed ambassador of Articulate software.
12:00 PM Welcome, Introduction
12:15 PM Main Program
1:15 PM Adjourn
Each ATD-OC Learning Event will be aligned to one Talent Development Foundational Competency, as identified by ATD National.
This month, we seek to enhance our members' abilities to demonstrate adaptability and model personal development.
To find out more about the ATD Competency Model for the Training and Development Profession, visit http://www.td.org/Certification/Competency-Model.
For evening meetings: Pre-registration closes at noon on the day of the meeting, but walkins are welcome.
For breakfast & lunch meetings: Pre-registration closes at noon on the day before the meeting, but walkins are welcome.
Cancellation/refund deadline is noon on the Monday before the meeting. No shows will be charged in full.
Please register so that you receive the entrance and parking instructions.
Training Management Meet Ups (TMMU) are a series of webinars and in-person meetings devoted to helping training management personnel network with each other, learn from each other and share best practices.
November’s in-person meeting will focus on what attendees are doing—or would like to be doing—around Leadership Development programs. Here’s what we’ll cover:
Where: City of Anaheim, 201 S. Anaheim Blvd, 5th floor, Anaheim, CA
Parking: There is parking in the structure across the street, and your parking will be validated.
Important details: Registration is required! Please wait at the security desk and Lori Schnaider will escort you up to the room. Punctuality is greatly appreciated.
Training Manager Meet Ups (TMMU) are a series of quarterly webinars and in-person meetings. We invite all who hold a leadership role to join in our discussion.
From Franklin Planner to Outlook, the concept of setting down your tasks and goals somewhere is central to most productivity and performance management systems. And yet, we may find ourselves constrained by system parameters and elements of the forms that were created by other people, meant for what was a community decision of what the majority of their customers would use.
We may have already tried one or more of these systems, become frustrated with them, not connected to the methodology, and eventually discarded them in our briefcase's recesses.
The very date for this new year holds a promise of clear vision (say it with us: twenty-twenty). So we'd like to introduce you to a method of ensuring that clarity with a system of documenting your past, present, and future in one journal that you create - the bullet journal.
The bullet journal system is an effective and well-designed framework for gathering and storing information from a wide range of categories. Once you put the system to work, your journal will become a surprisingly stress-free way to keep track of to-dos, future plans, notes to self, long-term goals, monthly calendars, and more.
Our volunteers are the heart of our organization. At the conclusion of each year, we celebrate our volunteers who have gone above and beyond to support us.
If volunteered for ATD-OC this year, check your email! You should receive a discount code to join the event.
This is a great opportunity to meet your newest Board Members, and reconnect with those who are staying on for another term.
Sean Salomon is the Assistant Manager of Talent Management and Employee Engagement at Hyundai Motor America. With a passion for innovation, he optimizes his organizational leadership and marketing experience to enhance employee engagement and build healthy organizational cultures.
Sean, a former ATD-OC board member and VP of Marketing, has been bullet journaling for five years. Having once been an electronic note taker, he is now a full blown notebook and pencil nerd, finding that the practice of handwritten notes fuels his organization and creativity. Sean will share the story of what led him to bullet journaling and the basic principles for starting your own bullet journaling practice.
6:00 PM Registration, Informal Networking
6:20 PM Dinner begins
6:50 PM Main Program
8:00 PM Final comments
8:15 PM Adjourn
We seek to help our members demonstrate adaptability and model personal development.
As part of your registration, you will be required to indicate your acceptance or rejection of the statement below:
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How can you give your purchase a purpose?
View this short video, or open the job aid below. (Or both. Both is good.)
Job Aid: How to apply the ChIP to your ATD online purchase
Boost your professional credibility by learning the purpose, process, and payoffs of assessing individual and organizational performance needs.
Every organization and every industry has unique characteristics that form the basis for the strategy behind their learning and development efforts. At Panera these characteristics include moving from a public, founder-led company, to a privately held corporation. Panera is in an industry that celebrates when turnover is below 100% annually. It has had three CEOs in 18 months with a massively distributed, deskless hourly workforce that is 140k and growing.
How do you establish the “right” learning strategy in today’s VUCA world?
What are learning leaders looking for from their teams, their learners and their vendor partners that will help build sustainable impact on their businesses?
This discussion will pull the curtain back on how learning strategy is really made and help you think through what you can do to help the modern learning function succeed.
This event is sponsored by the ATD-Los Angeles Chapter.
Click here to go to their site for registration.
Scott Millward is Senior Vice President of Panera’s Learning & Development team responsible for the instructional design, field training, and associate communications that support the ongoing training and development of associates throughout Panera. Scott most recently served as Chief Learning Officer at Farmers Insurance where he managed the University of Farmer’s business unit. While in this role, he led a full organizational redesign to modernize the university operations and delivery model. Prior to that, he held a variety of roles focused on learning and organizational development, including Chief Talent Officer at Farmers Insurance; Vice President, Learning and Development at Warner Bros. Entertainment; and Vice President, Organization Development and Training at Fox Networks Group. In addition to his corporate experience, Scott has been a college professor at seven different California colleges and coached competitive debates.
Every year brings new developments to the talent development industry -- either in the field of learning and development, or in the workforce which we serve.
Tonight we're pleased to talk about these developments with ### Orange County talent development leaders. We'll explore the trends that are impacting talent development, and how those trends have been incorporated (or not) into the training conducted at each panelist's organization. And we'll take a brief look into the future, hoping to catch a glimpse of how L&D could be impacted by the innovations that are making headlines today.
Sr. Director, Global Training and International HR at Taco Bell
6:00 PM Registration, Appetizers, Informal Networking
6:30 PM Welcome
6:45 PM Main Program
8:00 PM Structured Networking/Drawing
8:30 PM Adjourn
Each ATD-OC Learning Event will be aligned to one Talent Development Foundational Capability, as identified by ATD National.
We seek to update our member's knowledge of relevant industries and industry segments.
For evening meetings: Online registration closes at noon on the day of the meeting, but walkins are welcome.
For breakfast & lunch meetings: Online registration closes at noon on the day before the meeting, but walkins are welcome.
Cancellation/refund deadline is noon on the Monday before the meeting. No-shows will be charged in full.
Our learners have changed. We can’t afford to solely focus on business impact and performance. We now serve an audience made of consumers. These consumers are used to incredible experiences, using the best technology, all while helping them learn and perform better. The new theories, approaches, and technology intersecting within our field can feel overwhelming and impossible to stay on top of. In this time of change, you can use the framework of a product manager to tackle all of these new approaches and technology and prepare yourself for whatever comes next.
Explore the role of the product manager and how the responsibilities align with the role of learning system owner or designer.
Matthew Daniel, who will send his bio over the closer we get to the event.
12:00 PM Welcome
1:15 PM Main program ends
Each ATD-OC Learning Event will be aligned to one Talent Development Competency, as identified by ATD National.
Instructional Design is an identified TD Area of Expertise. One skilled in this capacity is able to design and develop informal and formal learning solutions using a variety of methods.
Pre-registration closes at noon on the day before the meeting, but "walkins" are welcome.
Cancellation/refund deadline is noon on the Monday before the meeting. No shows will be charged in full.
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