The Latest Dish on Delivery from 5 Talent Development Master Chefs (2.0)
Do you know how to cook more than five dishes, but end up making the same three or four recipes on a regular basis? If your answer is yes, you’re not alone. Many of us know how to cook much more than the tuna casserole we prepare every other Tuesday. The same is true for training delivery techniques: Whether we’ve been in the industry for a month, a year, or a decade, we have a pantry filled with different delivery activities, but we tend to stick with our same old go-to activities.
If you are a talent development professional looking to spice up your training delivery techniques, an instructional designer looking for intriguing flavors to add zest to programs, or simply have an appetite for learning about the newest trends in training delivery, come to this session. Wendy reached out to talent development leaders across the country and gathered their secret ingredients for spicing up face-to-face, virtual, and asynchronous training delivery.
Version 2.0: Wendy first cooked up this program in 2016, but in the last few years, she’s gathered tons of 'recipes' from master chefs around the world. She promises to spice up this meal with some of the yummiest recipes she's found!
- Evaluate the delivery techniques for their potential to elevate your own training programs.
- Identify at least one 'dish' (delivery technique) to implement by adding it to an upcoming training program.
- Create at least one new 'dish' (delivery technique) by modifying one of the dishes presented during the event.
About the Presenter
Wendy Gates Corbett, CPLP, has designed and delivered more than 1,700 presentations in her 20+ years in the field. She works with professional athletes, speakers, and leaders to deliver memorable messages with engaging, visual presentation slides. Wendy speaks at companies, campuses, and conferences around the world on the power of visual messaging and the power of belonging. She’s the author of a TD at Work and a co-author of several training-related books. She's been a member of ATD-RTA for 21 years. After completing a 3-year term as a National Advisor for Chapters and a 2-year term on ATD's international board of directors, she's returned for her 10th year serving on the local chapter board.