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    • 31 Jan 2020
    • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Granite City, 1001 N 102nd St
    Registration is closed


    Winter Social: Mind The Gap Step Thoughtfully Into Building Your Career in 2020

    If you’ve ever boarded the Underground in London, you probably remember hearing “Mind The Gap.” Passengers hear this phrase each time they board or exit the train. This simple, repeated reminder helps passengers thoughtfully enter and exit as they journey to their next destination. Whether you are starting your journey in Talent and Development or traveling along your path, we invite you to join us for a networking event to kick off the new year. Mingle with others who share your passions. Take a glimpse at programming to come. Join in honoring those who excelled in 2019 and will be receiving annual learning achievement awards. Prepare to make some thoughtful plans and “Mind The Gap” in your development planning for 2020. We hope you won’t miss this evening of fun.

    EVENT DETAILS,

    Friday January 31, 5:00pm - 7:00pm

    Granite City, 1001 N 102nd St

    The event is free to members, $10 for non-members and guests. Registration includes two free drink tickets and appetizers.

    • 07 Feb 2020
    • 7:15 AM - 4:15 PM
    • Ankeny, IA


    The ATD Central Iowa’s Chapter have put the finishing touches on their annual Professional Development Day, 2020: Envisioning Tomorrow’s Talent.

    They would like to extend the offer of member pricing to the ATD Nebraska board and our members for the day’s event. Take advantage of this fantastic offer today!

    For all event details, including location, time, and sessions, click here!

    Discount for ATD Nebraska: Members can take advantage of a discounted team rate. When registering online, select Regional Members $109.00 and enter CODE: PDD2020

    Register now!

    • 12 Feb 2020
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Blue Cross Blue Shield, 1919 Arksarben Drive, Omaha NE 68180
    • 18
    Register

    New Year, New You, New Profile

    Reach your 2020 Goals! Network with your peers, participate in a speed resume review (bring a hard copy of your resume), LinkedIn profile review, and get in touch with a mentor. Lunch will be provided. 

    Limit: 20

    First come, first serve 


    Cancellation Policy No-shows will be billed. To avoid a no-show billing, please cancel by 5:00 p.m., 2 days prior to the event by calling 402-850-6710.


    • 11 Mar 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Webinar
    Register


    Join ATD Nebraska for this free webinar The talent development profession demands that we become educational consultants and not merely order takers. Whether you are a team of one or twelve, role clarity is paramount in this field to influence your customers or stakeholders, whether your project is beginning or needs to implement sustainability. The Six Boxes Model provides a relatable, visual metaphor to define the division of responsibilities ranging from expectations and feedback to skills and knowledge of desired content. Establish boundaries of accountability and ensure your curriculum infuses the learning preferences of your participants.

    Learning Objectives:

    • After reviewing an illustration of the Six Boxes Model, ATD Nebraska participants will identify two key responsibilities of TD professionals.
    • Given a hypothetical scenario, participants will determine the best approach to hold stakeholder(s) accountable in establishing learner expectations.
    • After completing a brief terminology section on learning preferences, the participants will be able to recognize at least two potential communication styles to optimize learning from a set curriculum.
    • Following an introduction to Whole Emergenetics thinking as one of several models for learning styles, participants will demonstrate at least three motivational differences for learning based on seven unique thinking and behavioral attributes.

    About the presenter

    Debbie Petru is a Training Delivery Manager in UP’s Workforce Resources. Debbie is certified in Emergenetics and The Challenger Sale and develops curriculum and innovative teaching tools tailored to adult learning preferences. She is the program manager for Managers on Track ( first-time managers training), Emergenetics, Challenger, and the Employee Resource Group (ERG) Liaison for training requests. She will finish her Masters in Business and Professional Communication at Bellevue University in March 2020 and holds a BA in Communication from UNO. She enjoys biking, hiking, and spending time with her husband, Scott and daughter, Nyah.


    Event Contact VPprogramming@atdnebraska.org 


    • 15 Sep 2020
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • TBD

    SAVE THE DATE Trainer's Institute 2020

    Tuesday, 09/15

    Tuesday, 10/06

    Tuesday, 10/27

    Tuesday, 11/17

    Are you new to Learning and Development? Are you looking to hone your skills? Are you a seasoned L&D professional but want a fresh perspective? Then ATD Nebraska’s Trainer’s Institute is for you! New benefits to Trainer’s Institute in 2020 include:

    • Virtual meet-up’s between sessions to celebrate successes and debrief challenges
    • A private Trainer’s Institute LinkedIn group to collaborate and share ideas (Full program attendees only).

    Trainer’s Institute will focus on four core skills that align with ATD’s new Capability Model. Each day embodies the knowledge and skills talent development professionals should possess to be effective in their roles to create the processes, systems, and frameworks that foster learning, maximize individual performance, and develop the capacity and potential of employees. You can look forward to sessions about:

    1.) Instructional Design

    2.) Delivery & Facilitation

    3.) Technology Application

    4.) Evaluating Impact

    The sessions will be held on Tuesday, 09/15; Tuesday, 10/06; Tuesday, 10/27; and Tuesday, 11/17.

    Stay tuned for more information on each session. Registration coming soon!



Many of the ATD Nebraska monthly programs are held at Blue Cross Blue Shield, 1919 Arksarben Drive, Omaha NE 68180.

 

There is visitor parking located on the North side of the building. Spaces are limited. Additional free parking can be found in the parking garages to the south of the building between the new hotel construction and the Pacific Life building and on the East side of Aksarben Village by Spirit World and Jones Brother’s.

When entering the building, check in at the Guard’s desk located in the center of the Lobby. They will direct you to the Aksarben Room located on the South side of the Lobby.

ATD Nebraska, P.O. Box 85793 Lincoln, NE 68501-5793     (402) 850-6710   |   contactus@atdnebraska.org

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