L&D Philly 

"Tri-State HRMA - Dr. Jo's Virtual Reboot Quiz Show"

December 3rd

8:30 - 10:00am

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Each year companies experience over $500 billion in lost productivity due to missed work, diminished performance, increased medical costs, accidents, and errors. And it’s completely preventable.

In this highly interactive “quiz show” format, Dr. Jo will share strategies for mastering peak performance through rising demands – without risking burnout.

"Meet the Author - Ed Eisen"

December 10th

7:00 - 8:30pm

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Join L&D Philly Steering Committee Member Theresa Hummel-Krallinger for an evening of discussion, learning, and insights with her monthly presenter/author. This month, join Theresa and Ed Eisen. Once Ed Eisen posed as a terrorist. The Mafia made him an offer he could refuse. Comic Jackie Gleason showed him the door. He dated Christine Jorgensen. And Mother Teresa changed the course of his life. Award-winning journalist Ed Eisen has been a radio DJ, TV producer, talk-show host, the first Jewish spokesman for a Pope and more. Now, in this new memoir, he tells the story of a remarkable transformation and how he acquired a Front Row Seat.

Eastern PA Events

"Data Driven Diversity & Inclusion"

December 3rd

6:00pm - 7:00pm

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Organizations have become more interested in the topic of diversity and inclusion. While many organizations strive for diversity and invest in diversity training these programs have come under greater scrutiny for their lack of delivery on promised outcomes. The need for more effective understanding of data is an important yet oft-neglected part of evaluating diversity problems. In this session participants will:

-be able to identify a variety of diversity programs (selection, promotions, training) and their uses

-learn how to use needs assessment data to identify the appropriate diversity and inclusion program

-be able to identify potential sources of diversity and inclusion needs in employee engagement data

-develop effective strategies for evaluation of diversity programs.

ATD NYC Events

"Complimentary Chapter Event - Optimizing the Virtual Learner Experience"

December 3rd

12:00 - 1:00pm

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During this engaging and interactive synchronous session, Keith Keating, Senior Director of GP Strategies, will be sharing best practices based on research and years of practical experience from successfully designing and delivering hundreds of virtual experiences.

This session is a must for both novice and seasoned facilitators for all of the relevant and timely best practices and guiding principles needed to design and deliver successfully optimized virtual learning experiences.

ATD Mid NJ Events

"Conflict - Not Combat! with Kimi Hirotsu Ziemski"

December 8th

6:00 - 7:00pm

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In the December ATD  session you’ll learn:

  • How your approach to conflict resolution can make or break a productive team culture
  • How the virtual environment affects productive conflict resolution
  • Determining whether you have a Conflict Resolution Partner of a Combat Opponent
  • Establish clear objectives and walk-away points –

And, if we have time,

  • How to tell if you have an executable Plan B

Easy, entertaining, educational and highly interactive as we practice each of these objectives.

ATD Central PA Events

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