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ATD’s Employee Learning Week (ELW) is an opportunity for companies to demonstrate their commitment to talent development.  Please join ATD Nebraska during the week of December 6-10 to learn more about some of ATD's excellent development resources.

 

Power Up Your Development: Leveraging ATD Membership

Monday, December 6, 2021 @ 12-1pm CT

Facilitator: Lauren Sharrock

Event link: https://www.atdnebraska.org/event-4534727

Are you ready to Power Up Your Professional Development? ATD recently rolled out improvements to its membership and website experience for an elevated member experience. Join ATD for this exclusive webinar designed to help you better understand how and when to take advantage of ATD’s members-only resources.

Take a deep dive into the numerous ATD resources available and leave understanding which resources make the most sense for your role, your interests, and the challenges you face in your day-to-day work. Walk away with the knowledge and skills to navigate your MyATD center and maximize your ATD membership benefits.

Not a member of ATD national? This is a terrific opportunity to learn more about both public-facing and member-only ATD resources. Even nonmembers will leave with takeaways that they can bring back to their job.

 

Jumpstart Your Skills with the TD Capability Model - Your Blueprint for Success

Tuesday, December 7, 2021 @ 11am-12pm CT

Facilitator: Morgean Hirt

Event link: https://www.atdnebraska.org/event-4543138

As a L&D professional, you know learning never stops. Now, the new standard for skills for TD professionals is here - the Talent Development Capability Model. Learn how to use this research-backed comptency framework for talent development professionals to identify your skills gaps and create an actionable plan connected to resources to up your skill game and close gaps. Morgean Hirt, from ATD National, will take you through the components of the new Capability Model, show you how to complete a self-assessment, and then demonstrate how to choose a Learning Path and connect to valuable ATD resources designed to deepen your knowledge and expand your skill set. Learn how the Capability Model can be used to identify skill strengths and gaps across your whole team and how to create a team learning plan.

 

Make your Professional Development Goals Achievable with ATD

Wednesday, December 8, 2021 @ 1-2pm

Facilitator: Holly Batts

Event link: https://www.atdnebraska.org/event-4543171

For many of you, developing others is your passion but in doing so, your own progression in your role and in your career may be unclear or is non-existent. The Association for Talent Development (ATD) is an organization devoted to talent development professionals and serves as one-stop shop for education, networking, and career growth. But where should you start? The Associate Professional in Talent Development (APTD) certification is focused on basic knowledge across talent development and is great for early-career professionals wanting to make their mark on the profession. The Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD) certification (formerly CPLP) has been around for 15 years and earners demonstrate an in-depth knowledge and ability to apply and analyze talent development concepts to real-world case studies. Both certifications can serve a purpose in your career progression and you can learn how to take the first step in this presentation.

 

Chapter Member Networking Social

Thursday, December 9, 2021 @ 4-6pm CT

Location: Nebraska Elite Volleyball / Omaha Cornhole, 21015 Cumberland Drive, Elkhorn, NE 68022

Event Link: https://www.atdnebraska.org/event-4543199

Join us to connect and mingle with your fellow ATD Nebraska chapter members! We will have several open cornhole boards set up in the volleyball gym on courts, light appetizers, and drinks.  Celebrate our commitment to learning and development and make lasting, professional connections!


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