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We encourage all of our members, and non-members, to look through the scheduled events and attend as many as you'd like.

 Something new this year is that we also have all of our Executive Board, Board of Director, and department committee meetings scheduled and available on a separate calendar. We encourage members to attend any of these meetings to learn more about the leadership and how the chapter operates. 

Upcoming events

    • 01 Apr 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 02 Aug 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 3 sessions
    • Zoom Meeting (link will be provided upon registration)
    • 31
    Register


    Kickoff and check-in meetings for the Spring Mentorship Program


    About Your Facilitator(s):


    Mentor Advisors, ATD Greater Atlanta


    Agenda:

    • Program Begins - 7:00 PM
    • Program Ends -8:00 PM
    • 13 Apr 2021
    • 12:00 PM - 12:30 PM (EDT)
    • Virtual Meeting (Link will be provided upon registration)
    • 44
    Register

    Whether you are new to the chapter or want to find out more about ATD Greater Atlanta, come join us for a brief overview of the benefits and how to get more involved in the talent development community.

    Agenda:

    • Program Begins - 12:00 PM
    • Program Ends - 12:30 PM
    • 13 Apr 2021
    • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM (EDT)
    • Remo Meeting (Link will be provided upon registration)
    • 185
    Register

    In 2021, our chapter meetings will focus on networking with ATD Atlanta members and leaders, discussing chapter updates, and participating in Q&A sessions. #MemberExperience

    This month's meeting includes:

    • Business and Operations Updates 
    • Upcoming Announcements & Events - Chapter Leadership
    • Membership Experience 

    Agenda

    • Webinar Opens: 5:30 PM (Networking)
    • Program Begins - 6:00 PM
    • Program Ends - 7:00 PM
    • 14 Apr 2021
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM (EDT)
    • (Link will be provided upon registration)
    • 100

    JOIN NAAAHR - Atlanta Chapter for our April Chapter Meeting - the largest NAAAHR Chapter in the country!

    [This is a partner event with PNC and Greater Atlanta ATD]

    April 14, 2021 | 5:30 - 8:00 pm | Panel Discussion with speakers from PNC and ATD


    Due to current environmental and world factors, we will revisit learning and development strategies, programs and resources in order to achieve desired business results as well as maintain employee engagement.

    A virtual Zoom link will be sent to all registrants via email prior to the event.

    REGISTER TODAY, SPACES ARE LIMITED.

    Members and Non-Members should purchase tickets via Eventbrite with our Strategic Partner - NAAAHR Atlanta for this event.

    To register, visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/engaging-our-allies-learning-development-from-surviving-to-thriving-tickets-147135001751?aff=ebdssbeac

    #naaahr #naaahratl #naaahratlanta #hrpros #pnc #pncbank #ATDatlanta #atlantaHR #HR #ATDatl #employeeengagement #leadership #learninganddevelopment

    • 22 Apr 2021
    • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom Meeting (Link will be provided upon registration)
    • 32
    Register

    In today’s geographically-dispersed business world, virtual workforces have become more common. But how do you build a cooperative and productive team if you can’t meet face-to-face? This live online webinar will give you the communication skills to develop and motivate a successful virtual team.

    What You’ll Learn

    Discover the right attitudes and actions to be an effective virtual leader, and learn how to use the tools that make this possible. Apply proven techniques to engage and encourage your team, even from a distance. Inspire collaboration and communication that drives the whole team’s performance to new heights.

    How It Will Help You

    This course will turn you into an adaptable and innovative leader who can easily keep pace with the changing workplace. It will help you navigating the digital frontier with confidence. As you face the challenges of leading a virtual team, you’ll see the entire team will respond with surprising engagement and productivity.

    At the completion of this session, you will be able to:

    Define the skill sets important to virtual team members and leaders

    Identify the five success factors for building and leading virtual teams

    Explore prevailing myths about leading virtual teams and ways to overcome them

    Agenda:

    • Webinar Opens: 3:45 PM 
    • Program Begins - 4:00 PM
    • Program Ends - 6:00 PM
    • 26 Apr 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 27 Dec 2021
    • (EST)
    • 9 sessions
    • Zoom Meeting (Link will be provided upon registration)
    Register

    Join the Director of Volunteers to discuss open volunteer positions, what each entails and how each of you can use your talents and strengths to benefit your chapter.

    All chapter members are encouraged to attend and participate.

    Agenda: 

    • Program Begins - 4:30 PM
    • Program Ends - 5:30 PM


    • 27 Apr 2021
    • 11:45 AM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Link will be provided upon registration
    • 41
    Register

    A Chapter with the Chapters

    We are pleased to announce the launch of the Greater Atlanta ATD Virtual Book Club!

    Please join Greater Atlanta ATD for A Chapter with the Chapters where every session is led by the author of the book. 

    Each month a member-selected book will be read and discussed online every one month. Books will be selected based on the interests of the members and a vote between several options every period. Some will be bestsellers and highlight industry trailblazers. Some will be less famous works the executive board thinks you will love. Each will be discussed in an hour interactive session led by the book’s author. You are responsible for getting a copy of the book to read or listen to but we will provide a chapter, upon registration, for the live discussion. 

    This amazing opportunity is a must-attend for anyone who has ever thought, "this book is fantastic, and I want to chat with the author" and now wants to make it happen.

    What you can expect

    Participate in a 4-session-long virtual book club, over 4 months.


    Each session will feature:

    • 1 live author
    • Q&A Session 
    • Discussions on the assigned book chapter
    • Networking sponsored by Training Pros

    This event supports the Talent Development Capability area of Developing Professional Capability in the following domains:

    • Technology Application
    • Training Delivery & Facilitation
    • Instructional Design

    This event supports the Talent Development Capability area of Building Personal Capability in the following domains:

    • Lifelong Learning

    The group will be completely online so people who normally couldn't make an in-person meeting can participate. Each live session will be held on Zoom. Discussions will continue in the Greater Atlanta SLACK Channel at the end of each reading period. The moderators of the group will also post relevant articles and other content regularly as well to help facilitate discussion.

    The time commitment for the group will depend on how fast you read and how much you choose to participate. This allows a lot of flexibility which we hope will be appropriate for people's busy lives.

    Zoom meeting link and access to chapter will be provided upon registration. 

    Costs:

    • $0 (ATD Member)
    • $0 (Non-Member)

    Dates: February 24, March 24, April 27, May 5

    Agenda:

    • Webinar Opens: 11:45 AM (Networking, social, etc.)
    • Program Begins - 12:00 PM
    • Program Ends - 1:00 PM

    Authors list:

    Elaine Biech - February 24  Skills for Career Success

    Sophie Oberstein - March 24 Troubleshooting for Trainers

    Kassy Laborie - April 27 Producing Virtual Training, Meetings, and Webinars

    Bejanae Kareem- May 5 12 Quick Steps to Writing Winning Classroom Grants


    Sponsored by

     Video | TrainingPros

    • 29 Apr 2021
    • 5:45 PM - 7:00 PM (EDT)
    • Virtual Meeting (Link will be provided upon registration)
    • 185
    Register


    ATD leads the field with content that advances the profession, highlights proven practices, and raises awareness of the value of developing talent. TD is the official monthly magazine available to national ATD members as part of their dues. Readers are highly educated talent development professionals and line managers working in all aspects of learning and development. They range from new practitioners to seasoned executives in business, government, academia, consulting, and sales.

    The goals of TD are to:

    • provide useful, how-to information on current best practices through case studies
    • share new technologies and their applications
    • report emerging trends
    • discuss relevant and pivotal issues to the field.

    Session 1 - Eliza Blanchard, ATD Learning & Development Content Manager, will review articles that have been published in TD magazine and point out what qualified these articles for publication.

    Session 2 - Eliza will walk us through a live review of an article submitted by one of participants and participants will share their own articles for peer review.

    Check out the ATD’s TD magazine submission guidelines: https://www.td.org/td-magazine-submission-guidelines.

    Please note: Participation in this event is not a guarantee for publication.


    About Your Facilitator(s):

    Eliza Blanchard is ATD's Learning & Development content manager, where she creates and curates content on instructional design, training delivery, measurement and evaluation, and managing the learning function. She also develops products and programs and plans events for talent development professionals. Prior to joining ATD, Eliza worked at a nonprofit consulting firm that helped organizations develop diversity and inclusion initiatives focusing on religion as an aspect of identity. Eliza earned her Associate Professional in Talent Development (APTD) certification in 2018.


    Agenda:

    • Webinar Opens: 5:45 PM (Networking, social, etc.)
    • Program Begins - 6:00 PM
    • Program Ends - 7:00 PM

    SPONSORED BY

    • 05 May 2021
    • 11:45 AM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Link will be provided upon registration
    • 49
    Register

    A Chapter with the Chapters

    We are pleased to announce the launch of the Greater Atlanta ATD Virtual Book Club!

    Please join Greater Atlanta ATD for A Chapter with the Chapters where every session is led by the author of the book. 

    Each month a member-selected book will be read and discussed online every one month. Books will be selected based on the interests of the members and a vote between several options every period. Some will be bestsellers and highlight industry trailblazers. Some will be less famous works the executive board thinks you will love. Each will be discussed in an hour interactive session led by the book’s author. You are responsible for getting a copy of the book to read or listen to but we will provide a chapter, upon registration, for the live discussion. 

    This amazing opportunity is a must-attend for anyone who has ever thought, "this book is fantastic, and I want to chat with the author" and now wants to make it happen.

    What you can expect

    Participate in a 4-session-long virtual book club, over 4 months.


    Each session will feature:

    • 1 live author
    • Q&A Session 
    • Discussions on the assigned book chapter
    • Networking sponsored by Training Pros

    This event supports the Talent Development Capability area of Developing Professional Capability in the following domains:

    • Technology Application
    • Training Delivery & Facilitation
    • Instructional Design

    This event supports the Talent Development Capability area of Building Personal Capability in the following domains:

    • Lifelong Learning

    The group will be completely online so people who normally couldn't make an in-person meeting can participate. Each live session will be held on Zoom. Discussions will continue in the Greater Atlanta SLACK Channel at the end of each reading period. The moderators of the group will also post relevant articles and other content regularly as well to help facilitate discussion.

    The time commitment for the group will depend on how fast you read and how much you choose to participate. This allows a lot of flexibility which we hope will be appropriate for people's busy lives.

    Zoom meeting link and access to chapter will be provided upon registration. 

    Costs:

    • $0 (ATD Member)
    • $0 (Non-Member)

    Dates: February 24, March 24, April 27, May 5

    Agenda:

    • Webinar Opens: 11:45 AM (Networking, social, etc.)
    • Program Begins - 12:00 PM
    • Program Ends - 1:00 PM

    Authors list:

    Elaine Biech - February 24  Skills for Career Success

    Sophie Oberstein - March 24 Troubleshooting for Trainers

    Kassy Laborie - April 27 Producing Virtual Training, Meetings, and Webinars

    Bejanae Kareem- May 5 12 Quick Steps to Writing Winning Classroom Grants


    Sponsored by

     Video | TrainingPros

    • 13 May 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM (EDT)
    • (Remo link will be provided upon registration)
    • 49
    Register

    Join us for a Learning & Development CoP Social Learning Event that is all about forging new connections based on opportunities to help one another.

    Asking for help can be daunting. We worry that we’re being a bother or asking for too much, but did you know that helping others is scientifically proven to make people happier?

    At our social learning events, we will challenge you to provide others with the opportunity to be a little bit happier by asking for help and offering it in return.

    Come prepared with a simple request that you can make and an open mind about the skills you have to offer. You will use these conversations to build new relationships – you never know who can help!

    How to prepare:

    • Reflect on what you'd like to know, and what has worked for you?
    • Think about concrete requests you can make such as, "how are you using microlearning at your job?" 
    • Make sure you have your LinkedIn url/websites handy! Learn how to customize yours here: https://www.linkedin.com/help/linkedin/topics/6042/6054/87
    • Most importantly, come prepared to have fun and get to know others

    ________________________________________________________________

    Agenda:

    • Webinar Opens: 5:45 AM (Open networking, social, etc.)
    • Program Begins - 6:00 PM
    • Program Ends - 7:00 PM

    Sponsored by:


    • 03 Jun 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (EDT)
    • Remo (Link will be provided upon registration)
    • 200
    Register


    Join us for the Greater Atlanta ATD Trainer Showdown and showcase your skills to your colleagues in the Talent Development and Learning industry! Are you a trainer or speaker who wants to show off your talents? Or, are you looking for an opportunity to sharpen your virtual training and presentation skills? Our 3rd Annual Atlanta Trainer Showdown competition will be virtual, and the 2020 winner, Brandon Smith, is the MC for the event.

    How the Competition Works:

    1. Enter the competition by filling out the "Trainer Showdown Form" below, which includes submitting a video of your pitch in two minutes or less. • The pitch: A topic on skills for our current reality
    2. The Special Events Committee will review the submissions and select 5 finalists.
    3. The 5 finalists will compete virtually on Thursday, June 3, 2021 to a live audience, via REMO. Contestants can use a slide deck or whatever they need to make their virtual presentation (7 - 10 minutes) come to life.
    4. The audience will vote to select the winner.
    5. The winner will receive the title "Greater Atlanta ATD 2021 Trainer Showdown Winner," a trophy, a $250 gift card, a speaking opportunity at ACE, and will MC the 2022 Trainer Showdown.

    To enter the competition, please fill out the form: Trainer Showdown Form.

    Deadline to submit your proposal is Friday, April 16. Each finalist will be announced daily, starting on Friday, May 7.

    For questions, email vp_specialevents@atdatlanta.org .


    Event Host: Brandon Smith

    Brandon was our 2020 Trainer Showdown winner, who brought us "Resilence - Bouncing Back from 2020" and esteemed Personnel Psychogist with the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs.

    ________________________________________________________________

    Agenda:

    • Room Opens: 5:30 PM (Networking)
    • Program Begins - 6:00 PM
    • Program Ends - 8:00 PM

    ATD Capability Model: Building Personal Capability

    Target Audience:

    • Trainers and Specialists
    • Instructional Designers
    • Learning Management Professionals


    Sponsored by:


    • 08 Jun 2021
    • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM (EDT)
    • Remo Meeting (Link will be provided upon registration)
    • 199
    Register

    In 2021, our chapter meetings will focus on networking with ATD Atlanta members and leaders, discussing chapter updates, and participating in Q&A sessions. #MemberExperience

    This month's meeting includes:

    • Networking (Sharing Best Practices in L&D)
    • Upcoming Announcements & Events - Chapter Leadership
    • Membership Experience 

    Agenda

    • Webinar Opens: 5:30 PM (Networking)
    • Program Begins - 6:00 PM
    • Program Ends - 7:00 PM
    • 10 Jun 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM (EDT)
    • (Remo link will be provided upon registration)
    • 50
    Register


    Join us for a Learning & Development CoP Social Learning Event that is all about forging new connections based on opportunities to help one another.

    Asking for help can be daunting. We worry that we’re being a bother or asking for too much, but did you know that helping others is scientifically proven to make people happier?

    At our social learning events, we will challenge you to provide others with the opportunity to be a little bit happier by asking for help and offering it in return.

    Come prepared with a simple request that you can make and an open mind about the skills you have to offer. You will use these conversations to build new relationships – you never know who can help!

    How to prepare:

    • Reflect on what you'd like to know, and what has worked for you?
    • Think about concrete requests you can make such as, "how are you using microlearning at your job?" 
    • Make sure you have your LinkedIn url/websites handy! Learn how to customize yours here: https://www.linkedin.com/help/linkedin/topics/6042/6054/87
    • Most importantly, come prepared to have fun and get to know others

    ________________________________________________________________

    Agenda:

    • Webinar Opens: 5:45 AM (Open networking, social, etc.)
    • Program Begins - 6:00 PM
    • Program Ends - 7:00 PM

    Sponsored by:


    • 17 Jun 2021
    • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM (EDT)
    • Zoom Meeting (Link will be provided upon registration)
    • 100
    Register

    This module explores the internal and external factors that drive change and how change impacts the organization and its people. Explore a model for change to set the right things in motion the right way, and avoid pitfalls while navigating the team through uncertain times. This module will make you a flexible leader during uncertain times so you can remain productive and positive—and help others do the same.


    Facilitator: Dale Carnegie

    Agenda: 

    • Webinar Opens: 3:45 PM (Networking)
    • Program Begins - 4:00 PM
    • Program Ends - 6:00 PM

    ATD Capability Model: Developing Professional Capabilities

    Who Should Attend?

    • Trainers and Specialists
    • Instructional Designers
    • Coaches
    • Learning Management Professionals
    • Learning Technology Professionals
    • OD/HR Professionals & Consultants
    • TD/HR Senior Leaders
    • 17 Jul 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM (EDT)
    • Remo Meeting (Link will be provided upon registration)
    • 48
    Register

    Networking: Participants are invited to meet and network with other chapter members and leadership. We hope this event is the beginning of your journey as an ATD Atlanta chapter leader. If you're already an active member, this is a great place to level-up as a leader in your volunteer space.

    Workshop Topic: Influence for Results

    In this 2-hour workshop, you will do the following:

    • Learn how to use your influencing skills to positively affect others without formal authority

    • Explore various influence factors related to your image and existing relationships

    • Examine various influence styles and personalities

    • Participate in a small group activity to determine the most effective influence strategy

    Workshop objective: Achieve leadership success by applying your subtle influencing skills to get a person's full commitment to act.

    This event supports the Talent Development Capability Model areas and their domain:

    • Building Personal Capability: Collaboration & Leadership
    • Developing Personal Capability: Career & Leadership Development 
    • Impacting Organizational Capability: Consulting & Business Partnering

    Target Audience:

    • Trainers and Specialists
    • Instructional Designers
    • Coaches
    • Learning Management Professionals
    • Learning Technology Professionals
    • OD/HR Professionals and Consultants
    • TD/HR Senior Leaders

    Facilitator: Jeff Welch

    Jeff Welch is an accomplished corporate trainer, leadership coach, writer, and public speaker with over 20 years of experience in the Learning and Development space. He has delivered training workshops, seminars, and keynote speeches for clients in the United States, Canada, Europe, and the Caribbean. He specializes in facilitating instructor-led and virtual training courses which focus on professional development skills and train-the-trainer programming. Jeff’s training programs and speeches are well-researched and delivered in a down-to-earth, yet high-energy style. Jeff utilizes storytelling techniques and incorporates various “pearls of wisdom” from his grandmother.

    A proud alumnus of Western Kentucky University, Jeff holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism and Speech Communications. He also possesses numerous training certifications in the disciplines of diversity and inclusion, facilitation, instructional design, and human performance consulting. Jeff is President of his own consulting group, JW Training Events, LLC. A life-long Southerner, Jeff was raised in Owensboro, Kentucky, and currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia. He loves to cook, travel, and read historical markers while on road trips.

    Facilitator: Allison Baldwin

    Allison has over 10 years of experience in Learning & Development, and started in LMS Administration. She is now an Instructional Designer at the Home Depot and considers herself a life-long learner. She is also the 2021 President-Elect of ATD Greater Atlanta and hopes to encourage others to step out of their comfort zone as they grow in their careers. Allison is a proud wife and mother, Kennesaw State University Alumni, loves cooking and spending time outdoors.


    Agenda: 
    • Room Opens: 9:20 AM (Networking)
    • Program Begins - 10:00 AM
    • Program Ends - 2:00 PM
    If you're available to attend and interested in volunteering with the chapter, email president_elect@atdatlanta.org.
    • 10 Aug 2021
    • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM (EDT)
    • Remo Meeting (Link will be provided upon registration)
    • 198
    Register

    In 2021, our chapter meetings will focus on networking with ATD Atlanta members and leaders, discussing chapter updates, and participating in Q&A sessions. #MemberExperience

    This month's meeting includes:

    • Networking (Sharing Best Practices in L&D)
    • Upcoming Announcements & Events - Chapter Leadership
    • Membership Experience 

    Agenda

    • Webinar Opens: 5:30 PM (Networking)
    • Program Begins - 6:00 PM
    • Program Ends - 7:00 PM
    • 30 Sep 2021
    • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM (EDT)
    • Remo (Link will be provided upon registration)
    • 50
    Register

    So, you recognize that workplace learning is not a one-size-fits-all.

    What steps are you taking to ensure you have DEI incorporated?

    Initially, you need a DEI stimulus check for your learning and development materials. Find out five simple steps to implement in your DEI stimulus check which are essential to ensuring you have inclusivity and equity built in to meet the needs of your diversified workforce.

    This session will assist you in moving from just checking the box to implementing a DEI strategy for L&D that rocks.

    Key Takeaways:

    • 5-step DEI stimulus check
    • Top L&D mistakes to avoid for DEI
    • Beginning steps for a DEI action plan

    Facilitator(s): Dr. Esther Jackson

    Dr. Esther Jackson is a people potential accelerator with a proven track record and background reflecting a host of capabilities. As a proven leader of innovation and change, Esther has a myriad of experiences in HR leadership, project management, talent development, and diversity and inclusion. Her dedication and commitment to the development, productivity, and performance success of others has helped propel her in multiple roles in the public and private sectors. Currently, Esther serves as a National Advisor for Chapters with the Association for Talent Development (ATD). In addition, she holds the role of Past President with ATD Detroit and has been a part of their board leadership for seven years. She works for Rock Central as a Project Manager in Michigan and she is a college instructor. She has presented at local and national conferences with ATD, NAAAHR-State of Michigan, and Training Magazine Conference & Expo. Presenting for various ATD chapters is also a part of the work she has done in developing TD professionals. The areas of her specialization for presenting and facilitating are: adaptability, change management, emotional intelligence, instructional design/training, leadership development, and more. Active involvement with other professional associations such as Detroit SHRM, ISPI Michigan, and NAAAHR-State of Michigan, keeps her in the mode of networking, collaborating, and reaching greater potential. Esther has a bachelor’s degree in education and a master’s degree in instructional technology from Wayne State University. She has a doctoral degree in education from Walden University. Her first book on adaptability is due to be published by ATD this year.

    Connect with her on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drestherjackson/

    ________________________________________________________________

    Agenda:

    • Webinar Opens: 5:30 PM (Networking, social, etc.)
    • Program Begins - 5:45 PM
    • Program Ends - 7:00 PM
    • 12 Oct 2021
    • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM (EDT)
    • Remo Meeting (Link will be provided upon registration)
    • 199
    Register


    In 2021, our chapter meetings will focus on networking with ATD Atlanta members and leaders, discussing chapter updates, and participating in Q&A sessions. #MemberExperience

    This month's meeting includes:

    • Networking (Let's talk about onboarding)
    • Upcoming Announcements & Events - Chapter Leadership
    • Membership Experience 

    Agenda

    • Webinar Opens: 5:30 PM (Networking)
    • Program Begins - 6:00 PM
    • Program Ends - 7:00 PM
    • 14 Dec 2021
    • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM (EST)
    • Remo Meeting (Link will be provided upon registration)
    • 199
    Register


    In 2021, our chapter meetings will focus on networking with ATD Atlanta members and leaders, discussing chapter updates, and participating in Q&A sessions. #MemberExperience

    This month's meeting includes:

    • Networking (Year in Review)
    • Upcoming Announcements & Events - Chapter Leadership
    • Membership Experience 
    • Awards and Recognition

    Agenda

    • Webinar Opens: 5:30 PM (Networking)
    • Program Begins - 6:00 PM
    • Program Ends - 7:00 PM

Past events

08 Apr 2021 Let's Talk Communication with SMEs in L&D
31 Mar 2021 A Chapter with the Chapters - Virtual Book Series #2
25 Mar 2021 Managerial Courage (PPD)
24 Mar 2021 Podcast Bootcamp - Learning Technologies CoP (Virtual Bootcamp) Session 4
18 Mar 2021 Designing Virtual Learning to Deliver Impact and ROI - Part 2 | Learning Technologies CoP (Webinar)
17 Mar 2021 Member Appreciation Month - Musical Performance
17 Mar 2021 Podcast Bootcamp - Learning Technologies CoP (Virtual Bootcamp) Session 3
11 Mar 2021 How to Write for TD Publication - Session 1
10 Mar 2021 Musical BINGO
10 Mar 2021 Podcast Bootcamp - Learning Technologies CoP (Virtual Bootcamp) Session 2
09 Mar 2021 Chapter Orientation - March 2021
03 Mar 2021 Podcast Bootcamp - Learning Technologies CoP (Virtual Bootcamp) Session 1
26 Feb 2021 Black History Month Virtual Happy Hour
24 Feb 2021 A Chapter with the Chapters - Virtual Book Series #1
19 Feb 2021 Creating Awesome Events for ATD Atlanta
18 Feb 2021 Designing Virtual Learning to Deliver Impact and ROI - Part 1 | Learning Technologies CoP (Webinar)
17 Feb 2021 Mentorship Program - Interviews
09 Feb 2021 Virtual Networking @ Its BEST - Chapter Meeting - February 2021
09 Feb 2021 Chapter Orientation - February 2021
02 Feb 2021 Explore the ATD Talent Development Capability Model (PPD)
28 Jan 2021 Gamification Certification- Level 1 (PPD)
26 Jan 2021 Meet Your 2021 Talent Development Leaders
14 Jan 2021 ATD Northeast Florida Webcast: Unleash Your Potential with the ATD Talent Development Capability Model
12 Jan 2021 Chapter Orientation
08 Jan 2021 Gamification for TD: Deconstructing the Psychology of Games to Entice, Engage, and Encourage Learners

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