Join Central PA ATD for our Annual Spring Fling! Come out and indulge yourself with some wine tasting, network with colleagues, meet the board, and get to know your fellow chapter members. If you are not a member, but are thinking about joining the chapter, this is a great opportunity to learn more about what the Central PA ATD chapter can offer you! This year we are excited to host this event at The Vineyard and Brewery at Hershey.
Your registration includes:
The board will provide a brief discussion and update on what’s to come with ATD!
Register today for an evening of fun and games with colleagues and friends!
*Look for us with the ATD Logo at the Patio at the day of the event.
Questions? Contact VP of Programs, Larry Asu at LAsu@hersheys.com.
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In this webinar, Debunking Diversity Myths, we’ll start with the why of diversity, equity, and inclusion, discuss some of the common (and confusing) terms often bandied about, and share SCORE’s experience and lessons learned in the context of research and what works and what doesn’t. By the end of the session, you’ll have a sense of the ways you might measure your own success and we’ll close with a call to action.
To access the webinar: http://harrisburgu.adobeconnect.com/debunkingdiversitymyths-atd/
Susan Fort, as Director of Learning for SCORE, is responsible for the strategy and execution of key recruiting, onboarding, and learning initiatives. She leads innovation and oversees the systems and processes for new recruits (3000 annually) and ongoing volunteer education of 10,000+. Ongoing learning includes content development and a robust and varied learning execution strategy: online learning, the annual volunteer virtual conference, and the national leadership conference. Since 2017, she has partnered with SCORE’s Culture of Inclusion working group on the educational strategy and execution to support and grow SCORE’s culture of inclusion and diversity matters value. This has included an online learning module and in-person training program delivered to approximately 400 leaders in SCORE.
Susan's career connects people with meaningful learning. She creates powerful learning experiences, empowers nonprofit leaders, and champions volunteerism. From 2004-2009, she founded and led a Business Alliances for Local Living Economies chapter in Baltimore, Maryland. She holds a MEd from Cambridge College and a BA in French and International Studies from Guilford College.
Follow Susan on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/susanfort/.
More about Susan’s work at SCORE: https://www.dvinci.com/thinking/training-volunteers-mentor-small-business-executives
This meeting will include networking and a hands-on introduction to “Cafeteria Learning.” Participants will experience a group activity around “Difficult Conversations” using this model of active, social, and experiential learning that focuses on learners’ choice. Register today for this GIG and to receive an enlightening look at this unique model. Learn more about this model from “Let Them Choose: Cafeteria Learning Style for Adults” by Jillian Douglas and Shannon McKenzie.
Contact Robin Helm, rhelm@PINNACLEHEALTH.org with questions.
The answers may lie in Competency Modelling.
The performance and productivity of people is the cornerstone of your success. Organizational strategy can only set the course. To succeed, people must understand the expectations (especially when they may be changing), collaborate and perform.
In this program participants are introduced to the what, why and how of a competency modelling approach through the lens of a case study. In the case study participants are introduced to the underlying organizational need(s) that prompted the initiative and a four- phase process that was used to create the alignment, as well as the tools developed for sustaining it.
As Vice President of Business Development for Dering Consulting Group, Paul’s responsibilities include the management of the firm’s relationships with clients and developing solutions for organizational challenges where individual performance is clearly in-focus. His project experience includes:
Paul graduated from Millersville University with a Bachelors’ degree in Secondary Education – Biology and is a 2011 graduate of the Community Leadership Series through Leadership Harrisburg Area (LHA). He is a certified Change Practitioner through Prosci®.
Event Sponsored by Dering Consulting Group.
The Lancaster Area GIG was created to provide networking opportunities for ATD members living in the Lancaster area. The focus of each meeting is the current issue of CLO Magazine (Chief Learning Officer - a free publication).
The Consultants Forum is a community of independent consultants in the Lehigh Valley, Berks, and Lancaster County regions who come together in the spirit of collaboration and continuous learning.
Who Should Attend
Pre-registration is required by contacting one of our coordinators below. We ask a $10 donation per person per meeting to cover the rental of meeting space and light refreshments. Cash is the only method of payment that we are able to receive.
For more information contact:
The West Shore Area GIG was created to provide networking and development opportunities for ATD members in the West Shore area of Harrisburg. The focus of each meeting is the current issue of CLO Magazine (Chief Learning Officer - a free publication).
The discussion continues in a special sub-group of the chapter's LinkedIn group.
For more information, contact Robin Helm at rhelm@PINNACLEHEALTH.org.
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