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Monthly Meeting: Incorporating Training Competencies into Performance Management for Stellar Results

  • 22 Mar 2018
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Global Knowledge, 9000 Regency Pkwy #400, Cary, NC 27518
  • 20


  • Prospective Member - limit one event per year
  • TODN/ICF Member


Have you ever struggled to get results from training? Popular training programs that are interactive and get great evaluations from learners can be in danger of losing their value over time. Unless you’ve worked to incorporate the training competencies into your organizational culture, the relevance, as well as the long-term business impact of the training may never materialize.

This interactive session is a collaboration between a learning manager and a training provider. In his role managing learning programs in financial service organizations, Scot May has worked to develop competencies and translate those competencies into performance management processes. Daniel Lobb has run a certification program for Totally Responsible Person (TRP) and partnered with Scot to help certify and deliver training for Scot’s organizations. Learn what they’ve done and what they’ve learned along the way, and get ideas that you can take home to help make your training provide maximum impact.

Learning objectives for this event: 

1. Learn to more clearly define the training competencies that are important to your business.

2. Understand how to incorporate those competencies into your performance management processes in order to enhance organizational culture and drive business results.

3. Discover best practices that help keep training programs aligned with the results your business needs

Scot May
Manager of Organizational Development, Allegacy Federal Credit Union

Scot has over 15 years of management experience in learning and performance. He has demonstrated an ability to integrate the value and capability of training into the Human Resource function time and again. He understands the tools, the skills, and the needs of the talent development professional, and has the business acumen to help those talents create relevant and repeatable learning and performance solutions. He is currently pursuing his Masters degree in Human Resources at Western Carolina University.

Daniel Lobb, CPLP
Co-President, TRP Enterprises, Inc.

Daniel’s first career was in tour and travel. His first tour leading a group of senior adults was on September 11, 2001. He quickly learned the importance of keeping calm and serving the customer, which served him well as he rose through management in the travel business. In 2008, he aligned his passions in leadership and service with talent development and joined TRP Enterprises, Inc. CPLP certified since 2012 he has served on his local ATD Board since 2011 (president, 2013) and served as a National Advisor (NAC) with ATD since 2015. He is a co-owner of TRP Enterprises, Inc., a husband, and a father.

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