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    • 06 Apr 2017
    • 07 Dec 2017
    • 4 sessions
    • NCSU, Poe Hall, Room 120, 2310 Stinson Dr, Raleigh, NC 27695
    • 6
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    ROI Impact Training Series

    Research shows that 60-90% of all training efforts yield no discernible business result.  And yet the education and training variable has been named as the most significant predictor of an organization's success as compared to price-to-earning ratios, price-to-book statistics, and measures of risk and volatility.

    Join us as Katy Caselli leads us in this 4 part series of discussions surrounding ROI.  Katy Caselli has been in professional training roles for large, global organizations for 18 years and has experience in solving complex organizational problems through excellent people systems and solutions. Certified in Change Management, 360 Feedback, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Instructional design and a Certified Technical Trainer (CTT+), Katy has used this skill and knowledge extensively in organizations to both lift the overall workforce skill levels and to apply learning solutions for specific problem areas, resulting in positive changes to the business and short time-frame return on investment. Katy Caselli has her master's degree in industrial/ organizational psychology and uses it to frame hiring and on-boarding systems that are effective and compliant. She is the author of Building Giants: A Proven System to Transform Your Workforce Through Effective Training. A constant learner, Katy's current hobbies include stained glass, kayaking and photography.

    This course introduces a strategic model that prevents training failures, and in fact, accelerates learning and skill building in organizations. An interactive- workshop style class.

    Part 1- Needs Analysis- The Driver of All Impact (two hours)                 

    Learner Objectives:

    • Use a proven model to develop and execute a goal-driven training plan and make results transparently impactful, measuring the return on investment.
    • Take a business approach to solve top organizational issues with targeted training that first seeks to improve the bottom line.
    • Analyze current behavior in comparison with those needed to reach business goals.  Determine skills and abilities needed to change behavior to bring about business goals.

    Part 2- Elements of an Impactful Training Session (Two hours)

    Training is often the event that organizational leaders pin their hopes on.  But it is not enough to be a well-informed Subject Matter Expert or Instructor, or to book a professional trainer who has great reviews.  Rather, organizations get better results when they require key elements in training classes, using adult learning principles, and accountability to evaluate learning. Training professionals are the key conduit to drive these requirements for high impact training

    Learner Objectives:

    •  Plan for high standards of impactful training and measure its effectiveness.
    • Partner with Subject Matter Experts/Instructors to design engaging training, with participant action that is observable and action-orientated. 
    • Discuss with instructors the reasons why “Death by PowerPoint” is not an option as a training approach.
    • Form early partnerships with leaders and instructors to ensure transfer of learning to the job.

    Part 3-  New Behaviors-Transferring New Skills From the Classroom to the Job (Two hours)

    Training fails at a high rate at the point when students leave the classroom. Research shows that 70% of all students will attempt to use new skills and then go back to old behaviors a short time later. *** Human Resources professionals are the key partners in the business to help organizational learners and leaders to use new skills and change behaviors in the job. 

    Learner Objectives:

    • Partner with Subject Matter Experts/Instructors to design impactful transfer strategies that reflect the new behaviors needed in the job.
    •  Check transfer strategies with alignment to business needs.
    •  Investigate and remove obstacles to using learned behavior when possible
    • Maintain strong partnerships and help reinforce, reward and make visible the use of new behaviors

    Part 4-  ROI/ Performance Evaluation and Learning Culture- Setting Expectations for Change       

    Part of the reason why training fails at a high rate, is that students are not held accountable to change their behavior. In fact, learning goals can be as impactful to a business as simple task related goals. This section of the course teaches workforce development skills that impact the business with enhanced engagement and individual growth. Human Resources Professionals learn how accountability for students (and Leaders!) can lead to a culture of learning, a strong leadership pipeline, healthy succession plans and increased employee engagement.

    Learner Objectives:

    •  Use performance management to drive skill building by linking accountability to learning outcomes.
    • Design other rewards systems so that they help drive workforce learning.
    • Recognize and modify scenarios where learning is inhibited and make small changes to introduce rewards instead.
    • Use learning activities as a way to engage employees, making a favorable impact on employee retention, internal promotions and productivity.

    Parking:
    Riddick Lot near Poe Hall. Parking is Free after 5pm.


    • 06 Dec 2017
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Pfeiffer University's RTP Campus @ 2880 Slater Road, Morrisville, NC 27560
    • 19
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    ATD-RTA Training 101 SIG


    Contact: Wendy Gates Corbett ( wendy@refresher-training.com) for more information.

    Please register via the website, www.tdrta.org


    • 12 Dec 2017
    • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Mez, 5410 Page Rd 8, Durham, NC 27703
    • 25
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    ATD-RTA members, December’s Monthly Meeting is all about YOU!  Come out and join us for an evening of holiday cheer, good will and great food!  This is the Year-End Member Appreciation Dinner. 

    We will be meeting at MEZ Restaurant in Durham on the evening of Tuesday December 12th to reflect on all of the special and amazing chapter events that have happened in the past 12 months.  Special recognitions, awards, and prizes will be handed out.  For those of you who have never attended this Member Appreciation event, it is not to be missed! 

    We look forward to seeing you there!

    Your 2017 ATD-RTA Board of Directors


    • 14 Dec 2017
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Compass Rose Brewery 3201 Northside Dr.#101, Raleigh, NC 27615
    • 17
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    Winter Social! Reflect on the current year & prepare for the future year.



    Contact Michelle Bartlett, mebartle@ncsu.edu for questions or additional information





    • 25 Jan 2018
    • TBD
    • 50

    More details to come...

    • 22 Feb 2018
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • AICPA, 220 Leigh Farm Road, Durham, NC 27707
    • 50

    At a time when leaders, leading, and leadership are in full view (and full of scrutiny), leadership development is making headlines – sometimes for the wrong reasons! Despite our best efforts, programs don’t always yield the desired results. Yet for many of us, it’s where we spend a lot of our professional time. How do we turn this around?

    Come and experience a process and methods that will help you broaden your approach to developing leaders for greater impact.  Leave with tools you can use immediately to enhance your efforts. In this session you will learn a design thinking process and how to apply design thinking tools to enhance your leadership development programs.

    Kathy Glynn is the owner and principal consultant for Blue Sky Thinking. She is a professional facilitator, trainer, and coach.  With a background in organizational performance, Kathy designs and delivers solutions that achieve results for both the individual and the organization.  Her areas of expertise include leadership development, employee performance, and innovative problem solving.

    Kathy is the co-author of ATD’s TD at Work “Design Thinking Meets ADDIE.” She teaches design thinking at Kendall College of Art and Design in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where she resides.




    • 22 Mar 2018
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Global Knowledge, 9000 Regency Pkwy #400, Cary, NC 27518
    • 50

    Building on twenty years of success, this session shares the core elements from the TRP (Totally Responsible Person) training program. The program is based on a framework of positive psychology, made immensely practical. It's all about perspective. On one end of the spectrum, external circumstances, other people, life events; it is all happening "to us," we are not in control. On the opposite end, we look for and discover meaning in such events and assume very high levels of personal accountability. As such, we consciously develop our own strengths of character and reveal unshakable resiliency. This humorous and provocative session is full of practical tools that empower professionals to lead differently and inspire others. Learn how to stay positive, productive, and effective no matter the circumstances, and explore the impact this skill has on business and organizational culture. Identify the pitfalls of a victim mentality, and increase one’s personal resiliency. In this engaging and fast-paced session you will explore the impact of your leadership role regardless of title.

    Learning objectives for this event: 

    1. Develop greater self-awareness. Learn to identify the personal thoughts, habits, emotions and behaviors that reveal opportunities to assume greater levels of personal responsibility and self-empowerment.

    2. Apply that awareness for increased satisfaction, well-being, and enhanced 

    communication, both at work and at home. Plan for how, where and with whom you will apply this powerful perspective shift.

    3. Identify the personal values that help you lead in exemplary ways (regardless of any formal leadership title). See with greater clarity, how to foster greater strength of character in your circle of influence, and inspire.




    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.

    • 26 Apr 2018
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • TBD
    • 50

    More details to come.

    • 24 May 2018
    • TBD
    • 50

    Do you write learning assessments as an afterthought to the ID process? Do you spend too much time remediating failures? Do you feel stuck using assessments as a way to “check the box” rather than truly test learning? Would you like to explore common pitfalls and learn how to write effective questions?

    You are not alone! In this interactive presentation, we will discuss the value of writing effective learning assessments. We will examine actual test questions, identifying the most common issues and best practices that can be used to write more effective quesitons.


    By the end of this interactive presentation, you will be able to:

    • Explain the purpose of learning assessments and their role in the learning process
    •  Identify common issues with test questions that use a multiple choice/multiple response format
    • Describe best practices to write “better” test questions 
    About our presenter: Irene Stern Frielich is president and founder of EnVision Performance Solutions, an award-winning instructional design firm based in Boston, MA. Together with her team of instructional and organizational design experts, Irene provides learning-related consultation and develops instructor-led, elearning, and blended learning solutions. In addition, EnVision’s innovative suite of services to build self-reliance helps organizations enhance their instructional design capabilities by providing just what is needed, when and where it is needed. This suite includes the WEL™ (Writing Effective Learning) series of workshops. In her free time, Irene enjoys hiking, kayaking, biking, and snowshoeing, keeping her happy throughout the year.


Past events

16 Nov 2017 Rhythm as a Metaphor for Leadership Success
14 Nov 2017 Learning Trends SIG - November Meeting
09 Nov 2017 Human Performance Improvement SIG
09 Nov 2017 Thursday Talent Talks - Wilmington GIG
03 Nov 2017 Munch & Mingle
02 Nov 2017 eLearning SIG - November Meeting
01 Nov 2017 Training 101 SIG
26 Oct 2017 Design Disrupted: Innovate and Reignite Your Learning Program
19 Oct 2017 eLearning SIG - October Meeting
12 Oct 2017 Human Performance Improvement SIG (cancelled)
11 Oct 2017 Munch & Mingle
10 Oct 2017 Learning Trends SIG - October Meeting
04 Oct 2017 Training 101 SIG
28 Sep 2017 Using Liberating Structures to Unleash the Potential of Any Group
26 Sep 2017 Annual - ATD RTA, ICF, TODN Partners Networking Event
20 Sep 2017 eLearning SIG - September Meeting (cancelled)
20 Sep 2017 Level 1 Gamification Certification for Talent Development Professionals
14 Sep 2017 Human Performance Improvement SIG
14 Sep 2017 Thursday Talent Talks - Wilmington GIG
12 Sep 2017 Learning Trends SIG - September Meeting (cancelled)
08 Sep 2017 Munch & Mingle
06 Sep 2017 Training 101 SIG
24 Aug 2017 Gamification for Talent Development: Deconstructing the Psychology of Games to Entice, Engage, and Encourage Learners
22 Aug 2017 eLearning SIG - Roadtrip Event - SAS Campus
17 Aug 2017 eLearning SIG - August Meeting
11 Aug 2017 Munch & Mingle
02 Aug 2017 Training 101 SIG
27 Jul 2017 Membership Celebration BBQ
20 Jul 2017 eLearning SIG - July Meeting
12 Jul 2017 Munch & Mingle
06 Jul 2017 Training 101 SIG - Training Technology Fails…Help! What do I do???
22 Jun 2017 Get Away From the Snack Table and Network!
15 Jun 2017 See Your Point: 5 Questions for Creating Vibrant, Vivid, Visual Presentations
13 Jun 2017 Learning Trends SIG - Augmented Reality
09 Jun 2017 Munch & Mingle
07 Jun 2017 Training 101 SIG
01 Jun 2017 eLearning SIG - June Meeting
18 May 2017 eLearning SIG - May Meeting
11 May 2017 Human Performance Improvement SIG
10 May 2017 Training 101 SIG
09 May 2017 Learning Trends SIG - May Meeting
04 May 2017 Munch & Mingle
03 May 2017 The Change Factor
20 Apr 2017 eLearning SIG - April Meeting - EVENT CANCELLED
13 Apr 2017 Human Performance Improvement SIG
11 Apr 2017 Learning Trends SIG - April Meeting
05 Apr 2017 Munch & Mingle
05 Apr 2017 Training 101 SIG
30 Mar 2017 Performance Consulting: Make Performance Your Business!
23 Mar 2017 SCORE: Using the Power of Influence to Win Over your Learners!
16 Mar 2017 eLearning SIG - March Meeting
14 Mar 2017 Learning Trends SIG - March Meeting
10 Mar 2017 Munch & Mingle
09 Mar 2017 Human Performance Improvement SIG
01 Mar 2017 Training 101 SIG
23 Feb 2017 Stopping the Jump-to-Solution Approach
22 Feb 2017 Munch & Mingle - Jan. Snowed out Special Edition
21 Feb 2017 Learning Trends SIG - February Meeting
10 Feb 2017 Munch & Mingle
09 Feb 2017 Human Performance Improvement SIG
08 Feb 2017 Ambassador 2017 Kick-Off
01 Feb 2017 Training 101 SIG
26 Jan 2017 January Kickoff Meeting
10 Jan 2017 Learning Trends SIG - January Meeting
12 Dec 2016 Member Appreciation Dinner - All about YOU!
07 Dec 2016 December Training 101 SIG - Personal Planning for 2017
17 Nov 2016 WordPress: Can it be the solution you've been looking for?
15 Nov 2016 November Learning Trends SIG - Translating Trends into Practice
10 Nov 2016 November Human Performance Improvement SIG
02 Nov 2016 November Training 101 SIG
27 Oct 2016 Assessment Demystified: Do you measure up?
13 Oct 2016 October Human Performance Improvement SIG
12 Oct 2016 October MIX & MINGLE
11 Oct 2016 October Learning Trends SIG - The Rise of Coding Bootcamps
06 Oct 2016 October Instructional Design SIG - Needs Assessment
05 Oct 2016 October Training 101 SIG - Talent Development Careers: So Many Choices!
22 Sep 2016 September Monthly Meeting

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