ATDps: September 2016 Chapter Meeting
Best Practice Sharing: Managing Learning Programs
This chapter meeting will focus on the Managing Learning Programs pillar of ATD's competency model.
Understanding the current and evolving role of learning is critical for the successful learning manager. A learning professional is required to provide strategic leadership and vision, develop and implement training programs and measure their success.
This interactive session will provide a forum for members to discuss best practices around how to manage learning programs that are aligned with business objectives and strategies by establishing a vision, gaining executive support, developing action plans, and managing external requirements, all while staying on time and on budget. By understanding how the learning function can best add value within an organization, you’ll walk away with some best practices to set you up for future success as a learning professional.
After the session, participants will have a better understanding of how to:
• Create a compelling picture of the learning function, how it improves business performance and enables execution of organizational strategy
• Partner with business leaders to improve performance through learning.
• Leverage needs assessment methodologies, learning and information systems.
• Run the learning function like a business by turning strategies into action plans while dealing with real-life business constraints.
7:30 AM – Doors open, networking, light refreshments
8:00 AM – Presentation
9:00 AM – Additional networking
9:30 AM – End
Brian Kadish has been a Curriculum Manager for over 10 years, focusing on developing sales capabilities around specific product sets as well as sales skills such as needs analysis and pipeline development. Currently, Brian is Curriculum Manager for Shipping Solutions at Pitney Bowes with responsibility for designing sales training to support PB’s initial launch of its first SaaS products. He has also worked closely with their HR organization to rebuild the company’s worldwide Employee Onboarding program. Previously Brian spent 14 years with Microsoft as a Curriculum Manager supporting the Partner and Inside Sales organizations worldwide.
Pre-Registration - Member $15.00 (walk in rate Members $20)
Pre-Registration - Non-Member $20.00 (walk-in rate $30)
Online registration closes on the Sunday prior to the chapter meeting. At that time we are no longer able to accept pre-registrations.
Please note that once the online registration is closed, we encourage and welcome you to attend and pay at the door.
We would like to thank Phat 12 Island Broiler for their support and tasty treats.