2015 - 2016 Professional Development Programs - What You Missed!

ATD Greater Cleveland would like to thank everyone who has participated in our programs and events this past chapter year! We are especially grateful to our speakers and facilitators, who generously donated their knowledge, time, and expertise to add to the professional development of our members.

We are dedicated to bringing you the best in current trends and education in the field of  workplace learning & performance. If you're still not sure if joining ATD Greater Cleveland is a wise investment, here's what you've missed so far in our 2015 - 2016 program year.


       






















Blending 101, presented and hosted by Vitamix, our 2015 Workplace Learning Winner. We explored how Vitamix has an interactive program for new employees on using the Vitamix machine.  

The Not So Hidden Secrets of Communicating More Effectively, presented by Dr. David Bennett. Dr. Bennett is the author of "Connect & Succeed: A Communication Style to Engage and Motivate Your Employees".  He provided information on how our core communication skills can help us achieve success.

Change your mind, Change your Life!, presented by Mr. Mark Zust. This joint meeting with the Cuyahoga Valley Chapter was fun and we explored how our minds can help us or hurt us as we work with learners. Yes, he even provided some magic to the evening!

Best Practices in Training & Development, Greater Cleveland ASTD members led by Lori Klepfer, LJK Consulting, members explored various topics relating to the industry and worked together to come up with some new ideas and discuss best practices that they could take back to their current employers.

Enhance Your Training & Facilitation Skills, presented by Sheri Jeavons, President of Power Presentations. Sheri focused on how to inspire and empower people to learn. She taught about ways to incorporate dynamic facilitation skills to keep attendees on topic and on time.

Pop In to Micro Learning, presented by the Dealer Tire Team, members learned about ways to do short bursts of training in 15-minute increments.

5 Languages of Appreciation, presented by Susan Aldrich. Members explored the 5 different ways we can show appreciation in the workplace and were able to identify their own way that they liked to receive appreciation.

Adaptive Learning, presented by the NYC ATD Chapter. This webinar was a preview of the presentation that was given at ICE. Those in attendance joined other Ohio chapters to learn about Adaptive Learning and the trends in the industry.  Members then discussed what they learned. The rest of the evening was spent in an open forum discussing and working with those who have some areas they wanted to discuss and get feedback on in our Cleveland Chapter Skills Clinic

2nd Annual Trainer Throw-down.


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