Upcoming events

    • 30 May 2018
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Online

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    Description

    Regardless of economic times, funding for learning and development is always at risk. Mitigating the risk of losing resources requires a shift in thinking to one that focuses on results rather than the activity of learning. It requires a design mentality where the basis for programming begins with the Why? and the end game is not the evaluation, but the optimization of results.

    Dr. Patti P. Phillips, along with her husband and business partner, Dr. Jack J. Phillips, has spent the past decade helping organizations integrate measurement and evaluation into their programs, projects, and practices. Their work has influenced the thinking of learning professionals worldwide.
     
    During this session, you will learn:

    • The latest research on what executives want from their learning investments
    • Eight steps to enable teams to protect and increase budgets
    • Techniques to seamlessly integrate measurement, evaluation, and ROI into your programs, projects, and practices


    • 06 Jun 2018
    • 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
    • The Cornell Club, 6 East 44th Street, 10017

    Blanchard’s Servant Leadership Live! is in NYC on June 6th at the prestigious Cornell Club. Join the movement! 

    How to Build the Skills of a Servant Leader. In this session, you’ll discover: 

    - How the negative impact of self-serving leaders can destroy organizations 

    - The secret to why Servant Leaders are the best leaders 

    - Three key practices of a Servant Leader you can implement right away 

    To learn more or register for this special event: https://www.kenblanchard.com/ServantLeadershipLive-NewYork

    ***Please note this is not an ATD-LI Meeting***  Registration will incur fees of $29-$49 payable to Ken Blanchard Companies***

    • 06 Jun 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Jericho Public Library 1 Merry Ln, Jericho, NY 11753
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    ATD LI Board Meeting

    Wednesday, June 6th, 2018

    Join the ATD LI board as we discuss the future of the chapter. If you've ever wanted to know what the decision making process at ATD LI looks like here's your chance! Bring your ideas and get ready to discuss how we can make ATD LI better! 
    Regards,  

    The ATD Long Island Board of Directors

    • 07 Jun 2018
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Online

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    Description

    You probably didn’t think too much about needing marketing skills when you took on a training role!  However, for a training program to be utilized within an organization and see any ROI, it must be communicated!  Ultimately, both marketers and learning professionals want their audiences to take some specific action.

    Whether you’re trying to sell a product or convince an employee to learn a new skill, you’re trying to persuade someone to do something.  How can you get your employees and leaders more interested, involved, and engaged in your training and development program?

    Learn to create a plan that is engaging and exciting!

    Key Objectives:

    • How to effectively identify and build audience personas
    • Systematic approaches to building marketing plans
    • Stages and phases of communication strategies
    • Hear tips, tricks, examples and best practices from BizLibrary’s most successful clients


    • 12 Jun 2018
    • 12:00 PM
    • 13 Jun 2018
    • 1:00 PM
    • Online

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    Description

    Fortune 500 companies are urgently adapting Agile to their work, whether building eLearning or IT solutions. Unfortunately, just about everyone is a novice. Agility, collaboration and learning through mistakes is NOT the way most teams are used to working.  Training professionals have the unique ability to help grow a new Agile way for people to work together to serve the customer needs. 

    Transitioning to an Agile philosophy, process, tools and mindset is a positive experience, but only after you let go of your Unconscious Bias to Hierarchy. The focus changes to:

    • Satisfying the customer
    • Embracing constant change
    • Creating working ‘stuff’ instead of lots of diagrams
    • Equal voice and contribution
    • Emphasizing face to face (not email) interaction
    • Choosing simplicity over everything
    • Constantly adjusting through reflection and learning
     
    Training professionals are often more qualified to identify and shift culture, collaborate no matter what, and focus on the hard “Soft” skills – collaboration, communication and clarity. But traditional workshop will not be popular.  Learn how to transfer learning in small ways within the Agile process. 

    In this session, you’ll learn to lead the charge by:
    • Building confidence in leading in the Agile space through in the moment learning.
    • Identifying how roles and norms are different in Agile and how they create anxiety in a hierarchical company
    • Learn from stories of others so you can use your training powers to lead your company through the rough cultural transition. Lead the people side of Agile to support your IT project success.


    • 14 Jun 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (EDT)
    • Molloy College,7180 Republic Airport, Farmingdale, NY 11735
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    Virtual Role-Play Practice and Feedback to Develop Performance Management Skills


                  Facilitator: Brian Ruggeberg


    Thursday, June 14th , 2017

    Location: Molloy College, Farmingdale Room 107 

     

     

    Virtual Role-Play Practice and Feedback to Develop Performance Management Skills

    (or alternate title:  The Keys to Making Performance Management Work)

    Ø  Growing revolt against traditional Performance Management and a move to eliminate performance ratings, appraisal forms, calibration sessions, etc.

    Ø  Given the trend, how can leaders best manage talent and performance?

    Ø  In this session, I will assert and encourage that the answer lies in:

    …the value and importance of regular, candid performance-based feedback discussions between employees and managers

    …efforts to improve the frequency, impact, clarity, and comfort (for both manager and employee) of such discussions

    Ø  Specifically, this session will highlight an approach that can maximize the value and achieve the core objectives of performance management systems by providing  real-time practice and feedback on conducting performance discussions

    Brian J. Ruggeberg, Ph.D. is a Partner with Aon. He has over 25 years of consulting experience and has been involved in the development and implementation of various talent management, assessment and selection, leadership assessment and development, performance management, and training programs. Brian has experience in several different industry sectors and his areas of expertise include:  job analysis and competency modeling; design and validation of assessment and selection programs; design, conduct, and evaluation of training programs; design and implementation of performance management/appraisal systems; survey design and conduct; leadership assessment and development, and executive coaching.

    Brian has extensive experience in designing and implementing performance management systems for leading organizations as well as designing and implementing training and development programs aimed at maximizing the effectiveness and value of the systems and the comfort and proficiency of the managers in using them.

    Brian graduated summa cum laude with a B.A. in Psychology from Cornell College and has an M.S. in Psychology and a Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from Old Dominion University. Brian is an active member of the Society for Industrial-Organization Psychology (SIOP), and was the 2002-2003 President of the Metropolitan New York Association of Applied Psychology (METRO). He is also a founding member of the I-O Corporate Advisory Board for Hofstra University and the Corporate Advisory Board for Farmingdale State College SUNY, has contributed to various book chapters and journal articles, and has conducted more than 50 presentations at professional conferences.


      Regards,                                                                        

       Your ATD LI Board

     

                                                      
       
     
     

Past events

17 May 2018 Panel: Learning Leaders of Long Island
11 May 2018 Hudson-Mohawk ATD 2018 Talent Development Summit
19 Apr 2018 Collaborative Problem Solving Event
22 Mar 2018 Moving Employees From Compliant to Committed: Creating a Culture of Ownership in Your Company
15 Feb 2018 Building A Collaborative Workplace Culture
18 Jan 2018 ATDLI Winter 2018 Social
18 Jan 2018 Building a Collaborative Culture
07 Dec 2017 Learning How to Stop the Derailment of Leaders: Using Personality Assessments to Coach Leaders
06 Nov 2017 ATD LI Student SIG event: Networking Skills Workshop
02 Nov 2017 Influencing stakeholders: How to sell your ideas through the organization
23 Oct 2017 ATD HEALTHCARE SUMMIT 2017
20 Oct 2017 H1440: Finding a Pathway to a Successful Career and Life in The 21st Century
20 Oct 2017 H1441: 21st Century Leadership: Transitioning from Traditional Management to Leadership
19 Oct 2017 Eliminate the Frustration From Your Conversations
12 Oct 2017 ATD NYC and ATD LI Joint Fall Networking Event
06 Oct 2017 Network with New York Organizational Psychology Student Association
28 Sep 2017 Business Fundamentals Bootcamp with Lisa Pomeranz
25 Sep 2017 ATD LI Student SIG event: Executive Coaching with Scott Gingold
14 Sep 2017 Blended learning – A case study on how to Improve learner engagement and productivity while reducing cost
10 Aug 2017 ATDLI 2017 Summer Social
13 Jun 2017 Effective Employee Engagement to Achieve Workplace Excellence
08 Jun 2017 Round Table Discussion: Diversity and Inclusion
11 May 2017 Employee Engagement: Science & Practice
06 Apr 2017 The Social Leader: Redefining Leadership for the Complex Social Age.
09 Mar 2017 Implementing Gamification In Your Training Program
15 Feb 2017 Lightning Rounds of Learning: February ATD LI Meeting
12 Jan 2017 ATDLI Winter 2017 Social
08 Dec 2016 Emotional Intelligence
10 Nov 2016 Agile Technology & Learning Design
19 Oct 2016 Learning and Innovation - Stories from Around the World
15 Sep 2016 Succession Planning for Organizational Success
04 Aug 2016 ATDLI 2016 Summer Social
16 Jun 2016 ATD LI & Dale Carnegie Present: Engaging Activities for Live Online Training, Meetings, and Webinars
19 May 2016 Building Strong Leadership Teams -- What Works and What Doesn't
18 May 2016 Special Webinar - FREE ATD-ICE Presentation Preview: Adaptive Learning: Unleashing the Holy Grail of Deep Learning Measurement
21 Apr 2016 Show Me the Money (obtaining NYS Training Funds for Your Organization)
31 Mar 2016 Identify, Develop & Retain Your Workforce through Mentoring
25 Feb 2016 Increasing Engagement in Compliance Training
21 Jan 2016 ATDLI Winter 2016 Social
16 Dec 2015 Learning Panel Discussion: December ATD LI Meeting
12 Nov 2015 November ATD LI Meeting
21 Oct 2015 October ATD LI Meeting
30 Sep 2015 September ATD LI Meeting
29 Jul 2015 ATDLI Summer Social
10 Jun 2015 Creative Problem Solving
13 May 2015 Using Assessments in Training & Talent Development
15 Apr 2015 How to Make Time Work for You and Your Family
18 Mar 2015 Choosing and Implementing a Learning Management System
24 Feb 2015 Developing Talent Along the Introvert-Extrovert Continuum
21 Jan 2015 The Games Trainers Play: Learning and Play in Training and Development
17 Dec 2014 An Evening of ADDIE, Networking and Best Practice Sharing
19 Nov 2014 Gender Differences in the Workplace
15 Oct 2014 After the Course: Extending Learning into the Workplace
18 Sep 2014 Coaching and Communication for Training Commitment
25 Jun 2014 Making Learning Stick and A(S)TD Re-Branding Discussion
23 Apr 2014 Storytelling for Leaders and Training Professionals
26 Mar 2014 Leading From a Distance: Tips and Guidelines for High Impact Virtual Leadership
26 Feb 2014 Creating and Delivering Training and Programs That Entertain, Educate and Excite
15 Jan 2014 Social Media and Social Learning for Learning Professionals
17 Dec 2013 Collaborative E-Learning for Performance
20 Nov 2013 Maximizing the Employee Life Cycle Through Metrics
15 Oct 2013 CA Technologies: Leading the way with On-Demand Learning
18 Sep 2013 Past, Present and Future of Mobile Learning
18 Jun 2013 Show Your Work
15 May 2013 Converting Classroom Training to Instructor Led Virtual Learning
16 Apr 2013 Tips to Getting Published to Advance In Your Career
19 Mar 2013 Redefining Training Excellence: The New ASTD Competency Model
15 Jan 2013 No Excuses: No Matter What Your Boss or Life Throws at You
11 Dec 2012 Member Appreciation Night
16 Oct 2012 The Truth About Training Evaluation
13 Sep 2012 ASTD Long Island Monthly Chapter Meeting
21 Jun 2012 Reinforcement Based Training: What It Is and How It Can Affect Your Company’s ROI
18 Apr 2012 ASTD Long Island Monthly Chapter Meeting
21 Mar 2012 Best Practices in Creating Effective and Engaging E-Learning for All Ages
08 Feb 2012 Blended Learning
20 Dec 2011 Holiday Gathering - Member Appreciation Night
16 Nov 2011 “Speak with Poise, Passion, and Persuasive Power”
19 Oct 2011 The Journey of the Corporate New Hire Program at CA Technologies
27 Sep 2011 ASTD Long Island Monthly Professional Development Meeting
21 Sep 2011 ASTD and SHRM Joint Meeting
13 Jul 2011 #ASTDChapters Twitter Chat
22 Jun 2011 Self Service Learning Content Development - Enablement
18 May 2011 Integrating Games and Simulations into Live Learning Environments
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