In his transition into retirement, Charles Engle leaves us with 5 suggestions for implementing an effecive knowledge transfer. Although, published in 2013, the suggestions still hold true for effective knowledgement management.
- Work priorities often interfere with taking the time for co-workers to just sit down and review the work being done.
ATD VOS proudly launched a three-part virtual series with Dave Gregory and Lee Pemberton from Conatus3.
What's the difference between the stud and the dud? How can I clone the stud?
They introduce the success path to better understand how to find the right people and how to develop them in the right way so that your organization can ultimately sustain growth and grow profits.
In addition to presenting the research Dave and Lee also gave the participants access the Conatus3 insights profile assessment.
It's not too late to register for all three events --- including this one!
#1 (second offering) on March 28th Identifying the Right Fit Candidate: How Science is Changing the Candidate Selection Process
#2 The Zone of Individual Excellence: The WHAT, WHY & HOW of Human Performance offered on both on April 11th and on April 26th.
#3 Retaining Top Performers: Aligning Purpose to Mission offered both on May 15th and on May 21st.
Joe Willmore met with 17 senior practitioners and includes audio of the thought leader session and thought leaders in the performance management field to get their input on determining how performance improvement has changed and what challenges lie ahead. This article outlines those talking points.
2018 is the year to continue or start partnering with ATD Valley of the Sun to develop as talent development professionals. We are excited to announce, we will be planning our monthly events with a focus on the ATD competencies. This gives you a great opportunity to plan for just the topics you would like to develop.
Check the Events page to register for exciting monthly opportunities and start growing with your ATD VOS network!
Apr Instructional Design
May Learning Technologies
June Evaluating Learning Impact
July Managing Learning Programs
Aug Integrated Talent Mgt
Oct Training Delivery
Nov Knowledge Management
Dec Change Management
Evaluating the impact of training looms over L&D professionals with each course, program, event, and resource created. As a learning professional you may have felt that the course you delivered was a success because the participants enjoyed the material and appreciated the learning. Your business leaders, however, may not have the same sentiments if the learning does not meet the business objectives. This article explores how you can ensure a learning transfer while getting the results that your business leaders want...and need.
Have you received a request for training without knowing the purpose of the request or what it is intended to improve? This article explores the performance assessment process and how performance is the improvement learning should be solving for rather than knowledge. Assessing performance needs is the first step to managing it effectively.
"Too often, a training program simply offers the pretense of addressing an issue, without actually getting to its underlying cause."
This article on learning technology trends is already two years old but the themes are still relevant today. Which of them are you still building a strategy for?
"Trends that seem to have nothing to do with learning will, inevitably, impact learning development and strategy in ways we may never have imagined."
With our members in mind, our ATD-VOS leadership team met on Jan 20 to put in place our action strategy for 2018. We have three returning board members, four new board members and expanded our Ambassador team from two to five. Needless to say our meeting was vibrant and full of new ideas!
This year we’re putting our focus on delivering member value and supporting this with guiding principles of simplicity, transparency and leverage. Plans are being ironed as I write but you can expect to help us understand what will provide the most value to you through our annual member survey, you can expect to see some different types of programming including more webinars, and you can expect us to start to experiment with more online content and articles through a burgeoning community of practice. We’ll continue to develop our partnerships with other talent organizations in the Valley.
I’m curious: What is the biggest value you get from ATD? What’s your biggest pain point? We will be working to ask and listen so that we can align our work with what’s useful. Please email me with your thoughts. President@atdvos.org
If you are planning to attend the ATD International Conference & Expo and are not already part of a group rate, please consider registering with our chapter team. The chapter team rate is $1325 for ATD National members, which is $70 less than the early bird rate! If you have already paid for registration at the higher rate, the difference will be refunded. This rate is only good until March 30th.
To join our team, please provide the following information in an email to email@example.com
ATD National Member ID:
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As talent development professionals, we are very good at proving what people need to learn, and designing how they will learn, but do we do enough to explain why learning is necessary?
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