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  • 03 Dec 2018 7:45 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The success of any non-profit organization is dependent upon the engagement of its members. If you have received any benefit from your membership with ATD RTA, please consider how you can give back to the chapter and ensure its continued success.

    The ATD RTA Chapter is adding positions to the chapter board for 2019. The elected positions are:

    • President
    • President-Elect
    • VP Finance
    • VP Membership – Recruitment
    • VP Membership – Retention
    • VP Marketing – Web/Social Media
    • VP Marketing – Internal Communications
    • VP Programming – Event Coordination
    • VP Programming – Logistics
    • Academic / Community Outreach
    • Member-at-large

    Q: Why is ATD RTA changing the makeup of the chapter board?

    A: The responsibilities of several of the positions have been too much to place on one person. So, the Membership, Marketing, and Programming roles have turned into co-positions, focusing on a specific aspect of the role. Not only does this distribute the responsibilities, but it provides more opportunities for our members to serve in leadership roles.

    Q: What are the responsibilities for the positions?

    A: Each role has their own set of responsibilities which will be posted on the ATD RTA website. More broadly, members in elected positions commit to:

    • Serve on the chapter board for one calendar year (except for President and President-Elect)
    • Attend monthly chapter board meetings
    • Meet with their respective committees as needed

    Q: Who gets selected for the elected positions?

    A: The Nominating Committee prepares the ballot for ATD RTA elected positions. They accept nominees from the chapter membership. Members of the Nominating Committee will also reach out to members to gather interest.

    Q: Who is eligible to run for an elected position?

    A: To be eligible, people must be a current member of ATD RTA chapter and a member of ATD National – or agree to add national membership by the start of the term.

    Q: Can I nominate myself for an elected position?

    A: Yes! If you have an interest in one or more elected positions, please email admin@tdrta.org.

    Q: I want to volunteer but I have limited time. Can I still be involved?

    A: Absolutely! There are many opportunities to support the chapter without running for an elected position. Many of the positions work with a committee to help manage the individual tasks of keeping the chapter running smoothly.

    Remember, the chapter is dependent on dedicated members like you to keep it running. 



  • 29 Oct 2018 8:50 PM | Anonymous
    Talonda Broadnax
    Shannon Brumley
    Jacqueline Chambliss
    Shelia Chase
    Abbie Emory
    Amy Esposito
    Renee Frisbie
    Greg Garner
    Julie Segner
    Balakrishna Subramoney
    Alison Trapp
    Cynthia Webb
    Todd Whitmer


  • 06 Feb 2018 1:49 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    As part of our partner program with the International Coach Federation (ICF) Raleigh Area Chapter, ATD-RTA members are invited to register for the ICF Improvisation for Coaches Workshop on Feb. 21, 2018.

    Register on the ICF Raleigh Area Chapter website: https://icfraleigh.org/event-2789563

    Special partner registration fee: $40.00 



  • 04 Feb 2018 9:50 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Did you know that 25% of all employee turnover occurs within the first 45 days on the job?

    Amber Harrer, Manager of Learning and Development at Relias Learning shared with us the benefits of a strong on boarding program. The combination of a strong corporate culture and a comprehensive on boarding approach has contributed significantly in helping to reduce turnover at Relias from 41% to 16%.

    Here's her presentation deck



  • 29 Jan 2018 8:08 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    William Sparks & Associates, a Charlotte based organizational development firm, would like to invite the members of the regional ATD chapters to a special event: The Actualized Performance Cycle Certification Program.

    Over the last 10 years, we have been developing a suite of tools for talent development professional who are seeking to make meaningful change in their organizations. The result of our work is the Actualized Leader Profile, the Group Culture Profile, and the ALP 360. Together, these tools provide rich information on individual leadership styles and derailers, the impact of individual style on group and team culture, and 360 feedback from influencers on leader and team performance.

    We are hosting our third Actualized Performance Cycle certification program from February 21-24, 2018 at Queens University of Charlotte. I have attached a program flier that explains more about the training. Please feel free to circulate it to your members through any means you feel are appropriate.

    If you have any questions, please call me at 504-756-7003, or visit www.drwillsparks.com

    Download the brochure


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