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The monthly ATD Nebraska Learning Leaders meetings are for Training & Development professionals in mid to senior level leadership positions at their organization. Each month, a different participant will host a discussion topic centered around initiatives, challenges, case studies, or development programs that are relevant to leaders as a form of best practice sharing and collaboration.
If you are unsure of your eligibility to participate or would like more information, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
As the rate of change in business continues to increase, the talent development function becomes even more critical. In this session, learn ways that you can adapt your learning and development strategies to become more agile, responsive, and proactive for change in your organization.
- Learn about ways to embrace agile methodology in L&D Project Management.
- Deploy easily adaptable just-in-time approaches that create immediate value.
- Use the L&D function to help coach your organization to embrace change.
Megan Galloway is the Head of Growth at Campfire, a community-based manager learning experience. She is a talent development and culture leader on a mission to make our workplace a more authentic and human place for current and future generations to thrive. Over the last ten years, Megan has specialized in building ground-up, award-winning talent development programs and teams.
Megan has her undergraduate degree from the University of Kansas and an MBA from the University of Colorado at Denver.
Have you ever had this conversation with a SME (subject-matter expert)? SME: “This needs to be in the course.”
You: “I’m not sure it does.”
SME: “Yes, they definitely need to know it.”
You: “But I’m not sure it will help them.”
SME: “Well then at least need to be aware of it.”
Your learners have needs, and your SMEs have knowledge and experience. But do those two things always line up? When creating learning content, SMEs with the best intentions can end up creating content that’s long on information, short on practical application, and wrapped up in a bullet-point PowerPoint bow. The next thing you know, your learners are going to YouTube to find what they need instead.
In this session, you’ll learn five key strategies for working more effectively with subject-matter experts to create content that sticks. You’ll gain practical insights, tips, and resources for making the most of your SME’s expertise and for harnessing that power in a productive and helpful way. You’ll walk away better able to move your online content from simply conveying information to helping your learners solve the real problems they face every day.
ATD Nebraska All-Inclusive Members - FREE
Non-members - $20
About the Speaker: Diane Elkins
ATD Nebraska Chapter has been pre-approved by the ATD Certification Institute to offer educational programs that can be used towards initial eligibility and recertification of the Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD) and Associate Professional in Talent Development (APTD) credentials.
ATD Nebraska is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®
Data Literacy is Becoming One of the Most Important Durable Skills Across Industries and Roles with Workforce Data Literacy Having A Proven Correlation With Corporate Performance
In the business world today, everyone needs a foundation of data fluency – being able to create insights and tell stories with data to help answer critical questions and enable good decisions. But where to begin? With a solid foundational model that is practical for all areas and roles in a business. This webinar will lay out the foundation, how each piece contributes to the critical skills and capabilities needed, and how you can take steps towards building fluency in your organization.
- Understand how the different competencies of Data Fluency work together to help your organization create and sustain a data culture.
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