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Do you manage a learning team or do you lead learning in your organization? 

Please consider applying to join one of Raleigh/Durham's Learning Leader Roundtables!

The Roundtables provide a forum for local learning leaders to share their unique experiences and challenges with their contemporaries. Each group convenes in a once-monthly lunchtime meeting where leaders can both give and receive helpful feedback and advice on useful strategic planning and implementation methods.

The Roundtables do not impose a set program, but instead, provide a small group setting where leaders, who travel similar corporate paths, can connect, learn from one another, and benefit from a shared pool of experience. Participants are encouraged to bring their issues and concerns for open discussion among the group members. Hosting is rotated.

Both Roundtables are sponsored by the local Research Triangle Area chapter of the Association for Talent Development (ATD-RTA). ATD is a well-known resource among Learning and Development professionals, world-wide. The Roundtables welcome participants whether or not they are ATD members. No dues or fees apply.

There are only three conditions for participation:

  • Participants must hold responsibility for directing the work of one or more corporate learning professionals
  • Participants must hold leadership accountability in their corporate hierarchical structure:
    • Team Lead or above (for the Manager Learning Leader Roundtable)
    • Director or above (for the Executive Learning Leader Roundtable)
  • Participants must make a commitment to monthly attendance at the Roundtable meetings. Those who miss three sessions in succession will be asked to step aside and allow new applicants the opportunity to join.

For more information, contact: 

Wendy Gates Corbett: academic.outreach.atdrta@gmail.com 


Alternatively, click Apply Today, give us your contact information, and we will reach out to you about joining one of the Learning Leader Roundtables.





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