Since servicing as ATD-OC's Chapter President in 2009, Anthony Harmetz has founded the Training Manager’s Special Interest Group, was highly involved in the Total Training program for many years and has led countless other Chapter projects. Ask Anthony about the halcyon days of our Chapter and he’ll probably describe the day prior, because “It’s a great time to be part of ATD-OC!”
We asked Anthony about his new Board role as Vice President of Professional Development — Workshops.
Why did you join the ATD-Orange County board?
I've been a member and a volunteer a long time and see ATD-OC as my professional home, so I was happy to help out when solicited.
What do you get out of your role?
As a board member, I get a chance to regularly connect with a bunch of my peers as we work together--and to try out new ideas I don't get to experiment with during my regular work.
What is your proudest accomplishment of the past year?
It's hard to pick the accomplishment I'm proudest of last year, but one of the contenders would be making time in the morning to work for 30 minutes every day on a personal project before doing anything else--it may not sound like a big deal, but it's really helpful to me.
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