Greater Philadelphia Chapter


All ATD-PHL program events align with the ATD Competency Model and Communities of Practice. Below is a listing of our upcoming events. Click the event name to view more details and to register online. 

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Upcoming events

    • August 28, 2019
    • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Fox School of Business at Temple University, 1810 Liacouras Walk, 5th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19122

    Real-Time Feedback and Panel Discussion

    Modern organizations must respond to emerging trends, new generations, increased workplace accountability, and the nature of tasks becoming increasingly complex. As digital leaders, we can harness the power of real-time feedback and people analytics to build an adaptive, purpose-driven workforce. 

    For our second SIG meeting, we further support you in developing your digital leader skillset by allowing you to test-drive a real-time, digital feedback platform using ATD-specific competencies. This tool will not only promote further insight into people analytics strategies but enhance our ability to develop as a community of practitioners and learners.  

    In addition, we created the opportunity to participate in a conversation with industry professionals to explore how they have created innovative strategies to transform their organizations through developing people analytics strategies, implementing real-time feedback, and leveraging artificial intelligence. We’ve assembled an expert panel of people analytics leaders who will be able to provide critical insight and thought leadership.  

    Please come, engage, and build a community around this critical and essential area. Our first meeting had a great turnout and we look forward to building on that initial success.    


    Michael Rivera, Ph.D.
    Fox School of Business at Temple University

    Dr. Michael J. Rivera joined the Fox School of Business in September 2014 and serves as Associate Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship. In this role, he teaches courses in creative problem solving, business model innovation, and innovation adoption and diffusion at the graduate level, including Executive MBA. Prior to joining Fox, Dr. Rivera held roles in teaching and administration at La Salle University, Drexel University, University of Notre Dame, Purdue University, Indiana University, Black Hawk College, Ivy Tech Community College and Montgomery County Community College.

    With a strong focus on bridging theory with practice, Dr. Rivera’s classroom is an active, industry-connected one that prioritizes hands-on practice through live case studies and team activities. Additional time for self-assessment encourages each student to cultivate his or her individual growth. Dr. Rivera’s goal is for every student to develop the skills that employers find most valuable—the ability to think creatively and solve real problems—so that each is on a path to long-term, sustainable success.

    This spirit of innovation and creative problem solving flows into Dr. Rivera’s administrative roles at Fox. In addition to his teaching responsibilities, he has also served as the Academic Director of the Executive MBA program. In this role, he oversees an expanding program, with cohorts currently running in Philadelphia, PA; Tokyo, Japan; Paris, France; Singapore; and Bogota, Colombia. Dr. Rivera’s expertise in global negotiations and forming partnerships has allowed the program not only to grow, but also to earn some of its highest rankings in the U.S. and around the world.

    Up until this year, Dr. Rivera served as Managing Director of the Center for Executive Education, which provides customized, accessible, interactive professional development workshops to senior executives and emerging leaders across industries. This new initiative is already working closely with leading local and international businesses to provide key business and leadership skills to their employees.

    Dr. Rivera’s interests include creativity and innovation management, the emerging field of human capital analytics, and how the two connect to shape business strategy. He not only contributes original research in these areas, but also shapes these fields in other ways through his consulting and through the human capital analytics app DevelapMe, which he co-founded.

    Dr. Rivera, a lifelong Philadelphian, holds a B.S. and an MBA from Taylor University, an M.S. from Indiana University, and a Ph.D. from Purdue University. He lives in Montgomery County with his wife Rachel, son Michael and daughter Viviana. In his spare time, he enjoys traveling, cooking, hiking, biking, and playing music.

    Meet our Panelist: 

    Beth Dawson, Senior Strategic Initiatives Officer
    Mars Wrigley

    Identifies strategic opportunities—complex programs, processes, technologies—where change needs to be implemented in order to drive impact and deliver on measurable outcomes.

    Brandon Kreider, Organizational Effectiveness Consultant
    Slalom Consulting

    Brandon partners with organizations to realize the value of data-driven decision making. He works with clients to see the entire opportunity, not just the challenge at hand, by bringing new insights and an insurgent mindset. Brandon works at Slalom, a modern consulting firm focused on strategy, technology, and business transformation.

    Joel Philo, Senior Behavioral Scientist
    Infor Talent Science

    Experienced behavioral scientist driven to help organizations realize the value of people through making intangibles into tangibles and helping leaders with insights and actions that improve employee and customer outcomes.

    Thank you to our sponsor: 

    Interested in sponsorship? Please email for more details!  

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    • September 11, 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Zoom

    Chapter Webinar: Developing a Leadership Development Program-Second Session

    Join us for the second installment of information sharing among ATD members focusing on their efforts on developing and maintaining leadership development programs. Matt Ellis, Talent Management Specialist from the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, will facilitate this next discussion with Sharlene Goldfischer of Quintessence Coaching and Consulting, and Brian Tucker of Constellation Culinary. They will share their journey developing leadership development programs for the nonprofit and hospitality sectors including success stories, lessons learned, and future plans.

    Matt will then pose questions and facilitate a discussion with all webinar participants to solicit additional insights and recommendations to improve the programs. To make this a meaningful learning experience, all participants are encouraged to share their lessons learned from experiences developing a leadership program in their careers or ask general questions on how to get started. 

    Matt Ellis, Talent Management Specialist
    ederal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia

    Currently, Matt provides talent management and organizational design solutions for the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. Matt’s background includes instructional design, adult learning theory, traditional classroom and live, online facilitation, business coaching, and strategic planning.  During his career, he has provided skill training and other performance management solutions for the gaming, healthcare and financial services industries.

    He is a Certified Professional member of the Society for Human Resource Management. Matt has a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Theater from Ithaca College and a Master’s Degree in Education from Penn State University.

    Brian Tucker, Training and Development Manager
    Constellation Culinary Group

    Brian Tucker is the Training and Development Manager for Constellation Culinary Group. He has over 25 years of experience in the Hospitality industry, including his work in Learning and Development for the past 7. Brian specializes in partnering with Human Resources and Operations teams to maximize the potential of leaders in all levels of the company. Passionate about teaching and public speaking, you will find Brian leading classroom and webinar-based training on a range of topics including Leadership, Food Safety and Effective Coaching.

    Sharlene Goldfischer, Ed.M., PCC, Owner and Principal
    Quintessence Coaching and Consulting 

    Sharlene Goldfischer, Ed.M., PCC is Owner and Principal of Quintessence Coaching and Consulting.  She has fulfilled a life-long interest in maximizing human development and learning through varied educational and leadership roles in public, private, corporate, nonprofit and grassroots settings. In her current role as executive coach and organizational development facilitator, Sharlene specializes in leadership development and transition support.  She works with both new and tenured leaders to help them hone their leadership skills and build organizational engagement and with boards, groups, and teams to understand their roles and strengths, define their purpose, and support high performance.  

    Sharlene has earned a B.A. in Psychology, a Master’s Degree in Education, certification in nonprofit leadership, professional coach certification from The International Coach Federation and is currently a doctoral student in Jefferson University’s Doctor of Management program in Strategic Leadership, which is focused on leading in complex systems. She currently serves on the board of directors of the Philadelphia Chapter of the International Coach Federation, the St. Joseph’s University Master of Organizational Development and Leadership Advisory Board and the Steering Committee for Intergen, a Philadelphia-based professional work group focused on strengthening intergenerational nonprofit leadership. 

    Recent organizational clients have included Comcast, The Philadelphia Foundation, The University of Pennsylvania, Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation/JBJ Soul Kitchen, Project HOME, The Lancaster County Community Foundation and others.

    • September 21, 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Church of the Savior, 651 North Wayne Ave., Wayne, PA

    Jump Start Your Job Search Workshop

    9 a.m. – 4 p.m., Saturday, September 21 

    Church of the Saviour • 651 North Wayne Avenue • Wayne PA

    Cost $15

    —an interactive day of information and ideas to provide help and hope in your job transition—

    Your Career Success is Directly Related to Your Personal Development Kris Kraihanzel – If you don’t know your personal compass it will produce dissatisfaction, relationship struggles, career fatigue and an overall lack of direction in life.  During this session we will discovery our personal compass which will unlock a focused direction that is healthy, energizing and aligned with your career and life aspirations.

    A Brand Called You Theresa Hummel-Krallinger – You are a "Company of One." And like a company, you have a brand. Your brand comes from the experience you create and the perception generated from that experience.  By being mindful of your brand and executing properly through social media and in-person interactions, you can create a perception that will help you achieve personal and professional success.

    Networking over lunch with fellow participants and speakers 

    Questions & Answers with a Panel of Experts Kris, Theresa, Michael and Amy 

    Maintaining Motivation & Momentum in Your Job Search and Career Amy Dinning – Keeping your motivation and momentum up during a job search and even during your career is difficult.  Let’s discover some ways that you can take care of yourself and attack your job search or career with enthusiasm. 

    Knock Out Networking Michael Goldberg – Boxing, like networking, is about the connection. More and better connections (in or out of the ring) means greater success. Learn where to go, what to say and who to meet as you develop your Knock Out Networking strategy. 

    Registration starts at 8:30 a.m. and the workshop begins at 9 a.m. The formal part of the workshop will end at 4:00 p.m. Please bring your business (networking) cards. Snacks and sandwiches will be provided; if you have special food needs, please bring your lunch. 

    Please register online at pay with a credit card. We are unable to take walk-ins. Please note that online registration will close on Wednesday, September 18 at midnight. 

    For more information or questions, contact Amy Dinning at The event is sponsored by Church of the Saviour, Acme Markets, American Society for Talent Development Philadelphia chapter, BENG, CPENG, Greater Philadelphia Veterans Network, Harvest Marketplace Ministry, Hire One (a Chester County Economic Development Council initiative), Joseph’s People, LD Philly, My Career Transitions, NY Life, Penn State Great Valley Career Services, Philadelphia Area Great Careers Groups, Philadelphia Society of People & Strategy, and Wegmans.

    • September 24, 2019
    • 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    • Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce, 200 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102

    Exclusive ATD-PHL Members Only Event!

    Presented by Caliper Data & Qlik 

    "Unleashing and Using the Power of Data"

    Please join us for our first Members Only event this year. This feature chapter event will provide you with the tools necessary to become a savvy talent development leader by understanding how to collect data, explain it in a meaningful way to other business leaders, and leverage this knowledge to make data driven decisions.

    We will spend the morning networking, then move into two different sessions, and break for lunch. You'll have the option to grab lunch and take it with you to-go, or stay, and enjoy your lunch with a facilitated discussion about what we learned in the morning, and how you plan to apply it.

    This promises to be an informative and engaging day with *limited space available. We hope you'll be able to join us and save your seat by registering today.

    Approved for 2 Business Credit hours toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute. Please be sure to note the program ID number on your re-certification application form. For more information about certification or re-certification, visit the HR Certification Institute website at

    Approved for 2 SHRM Professional Development Credits. For more information about certification or re-certification, visit

    Session 1:  The Need for Data Literacy and L&D's Role

    Presenter: Glen Cermak 

    Data is everywhere. Hopefully you are already using data to help drive your L&D strategy. But what happens when you go to show your value to executives, or show gaps in skills or knowledge to managers? 76% of key business decision makers aren't confident in their ability read, work with, analyze, and argue with data. That's a problem. Companies are realizing the need for data literacy – for all of their employees – and it will fall to L&D professionals to implement a successful program. 

    In this session we will discuss the urgent need for data literacy that impacts all business functions in all industries. With only 17% of today's workers believing they are data literate, a comprehensive strategy for implementing data literacy is crucial. We will identify the needs within our businesses that would be improved with a better understanding of data – by executives, managers, and front line workers. We will then explore how to develop and implement a data literacy program, how to find resources for such a program, and example success stories. 

    In this session, you will learn:

    • What data literacy is and why it is critical to your business
    • How having a data literate workforce can improve your business, including within your own L&D team
    • Best practices for your L&D team to develop and implement a company-wide data literacy program
    • Where to find valuable resources to help with growing data literacy within your company.

    Session 2: Leveraging Data for Talent Development Success

    Presenters: David Solot, Ph.D. & Stephen Mueller, Ph.D. 

    Description: Building upon the knowledge in the morning session, you will learn how to use data to make sound, data-driven business decisions to help become a valued business leader in any organization. Regardless of what your current level of experience is with collecting and analyzing data, you will learn practical ways you can get started and hear how different organizations have used it successfully.

    Thank you to our event hosts:


    About our speakers: 

    Glen Cermak, Global Director of Corporate Learning and Development

    Glenn Cermak is the Global Director of Corporate Learning & Development at Qlik, a leader in the data analytics and business intelligence software market.  Prior to joining Qlik, he led L&D initiatives in several industries, including public education, healthcare, retail, restaurant/service, and banking.  Glenn’s education background includes a Master’s in Educational Leadership, another in Instructional Technology, an MBA, and a graduate program in Business Analytics at the Wharton School. 

    David Solot, Ph.D., Director of Application Design

    David Solot, Ph.D. is the Director of Application Design for Caliper’s award-winning Caliper Analytics product suite. A part of the Caliper family for more than 15 years, he has previously served as the leader of the Account Consulting group and as a subject-matter expert, delivering on-site client engagements and workshops. His areas of expertise include predictive and people analytics, personality analysis, talent management, organizational development, employee selection, and psychometrics.

    Before joining Caliper, Dr. Solot served as the Manager of Information Systems and Operations with the largest electrical service contractor in the southeastern United States, where he developed an information systems and operations strategy to coordinate functioning across 30 locations in Virginia, North and South Carolina, and Florida. Prior to that position, he was a therapist with the University of North Carolina’s Psychology Clinic, where he specialized in using psychological testing measures to evaluate adults and children for treatment.

    Dr. Solot holds a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Walden University, an M.A. in Clinical Psychology from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and a B.A. in Psychology from Rutgers College, Rutgers University. He is an Ambassador for Walden University and a member of the Rutgers University Big Data Board of Advisors.

    Stephen Mueller, Ph.D., Vice President of Talent Metrics

    Stephen Mueller serves as Caliper’s Vice President of Talent Metrics. In his role, he leads a team of human capital management (HCM) professionals that are responsible for integrating individual and organizational metrics into insightful data that can be leveraged by clients throughout the employee life cycle. Relying on software as a service (SaaS) applications, he proactively consults with clients to ensure high-quality, reliable data are collected and readily available for clients.

    Prior to joining Caliper, Stephen has worked in external/internal consulting, account management, and business development. Throughout his career, he has consulted with domestic and multinational Fortune 500 organizations across the human capital management (HCM) domain. Leveraging experience across employment sectors, client partnerships, individual/organizational metrics, and technology, he has designed, integrated, and deployed highly customized enterprise-wide human capital management solutions.

    Stephen earned a doctorate (PhD.) in Industrial Organizational psychology, with an emphasis in quantitative analysis, from the University of Houston and a master’s degree in business (MBA) from the University of St. Thomas. He is a member of the American Psychological Association (APA) and the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP).       

    Please note, there is a limited number of seats available* and you must be a member to attend.

    For information on membership and how to join, please click here, or you may email us at 

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    • October 02, 2019
    • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Judge Group, 151 S. Warner Road, Suite 100, Wayne, PA 19087

    Building Your Brand and Promoting Your Value

    Session description coming soon! 

    About the Consulting Forum:

    We recognize the need to support like-minded TD professionals who consult with organizational leadership. Our professional community is comprised of experienced and newer internal and external consultants. We also welcome colleagues who are considering becoming an external consultant. 

    Our purpose is to promote insightful and friendly knowledge sharing on this broad and diverse topic of consulting in the area of Talent Development (and Learning and Development). Our only criteria for participating in this forum is your willingness to learn and share knowledge, and your collective help to maintain a friendly, non-competitive environment.

    5:30 – 6:15 Refreshments & Networking
    6:15 – 8:00 Facilitated group session

    Facilitated by:

    Jason O'Neill

    Jason is responsible for Kepner-Tregoe’s training product portfolio focused on solutions for clients that want their people to be better problem solvers. He has marketed, sold, and delivered consulting and training services to a wide-variety of industries including high tech, automotive, financial services, and consumer products. Prior to his current role, he has held positions in manufacturing and operations. Jason has a B.S. from Penn State and MBA from Drexel. He and his family reside in Flourtown, PA and he’s a lifelong Philadelphia sports fan. When he’s not taking the kids to softball, dance, or swimming, he enjoys playing golf and volunteering in the community.    

    Stephanie Fillman, CPLP

    Stephanie is an experienced Learning & Development professional with over 10 years of experience as an internal and external consultant and manager. Her approach is based on the philosophy that an organization’s performance and culture thrives as they mindfully actualize their core values. Stephanie partners with her clients to develop L&D program strategies, courseware, and infrastructure based on a company’s true values to deliver meaningful learning experiences for their employees. Stephanie and her family reside in the West Chester area. She enjoys gardening and exploring historical geography.   

    Thank you to our host:

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    • October 22, 2019
    • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Blue Bell Country Club, 1800 Tournament Dr., Blue Bell, PA 19422

    Engaging Learners vs. Educating Learners: Not Mutually Exclusive

    How many times have you sat in a training session mesmerized by the facilitator, but left wondering if you’d gleaned from the session what you expected?  Bring your mobile device. This session is an interactive  discussion of

    • Learner Engagement: What it means to engage learners

    • Why Facilitators May Not Get A Higher Score For “Tricks”: Whether “entertaining” is meant to engage learners or mask poor learning design

    • Why We Believe That Engaging Learners While Designing And Delivering Learning That Is “Technically Correct” Is Tantamount: That learning and engagement can and must coexist

    About our speaker: 

    Everett Kenyatta, Managing Partner

    Everett Kenyatta is an expert in assessment and adult learning design with a passion for growing people. He is a co-founder and Managing Partner at Grovider, a capacity-building management consulting firm located in Old City Philadelphia.  He holds both undergraduate and graduate degrees in business from Rosemont College.

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Past events

July 25, 2019 Partner Event: L&D Philly 2019 Chief Learning Officer Panel- In an Age of Disruption
July 16, 2019 Chapter Event: Summer Hangout & Networking
June 18, 2019 Chapter Special SIG Kick-Off Event: Consulting Forum
June 11, 2019 Chapter Webinar: How to Evaluate Immersive Technologies to Super Charge Your Training
June 06, 2019 Partner Event: One River Leadership Journey
June 05, 2019 Partner Event: Leading at a Higher Level
May 30, 2019 Webinar: How to Use Your Strengths to Be More Successful
May 19, 2019 2019 ATD International Conference and Exposition (ICE)
May 15, 2019 Special SIG Kickoff Chapter Event: People Analytics and the Digital Leader
May 09, 2019 The X Factor: A Panel Discussion on Successful Leadership Development Programs
May 07, 2019 ATD-EPA: Career by Design
April 27, 2019 Jump Start Your Job Search Workshop
April 26, 2019 Webinar: Front-Line Learning: Engaging People Through Success Stories
April 23, 2019 Leadership & OD SIG Event: "Successful Culture Integration during an M&A: Creating a Win-Win Mindset"
April 04, 2019 NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital's Talent Transformation Journey
March 20, 2019 Partner Event: Philly SHRM 2019 Symposium
March 14, 2019 Career Makeover: Get Polished! Get Noticed! Get Hired!
February 28, 2019 Emotional Intelligence with Ann DeLazaro from TalentSmart
February 28, 2019 Leadership & OD SIG Event: "Business Priorities Driven Through Human Engagement: Round-table Discussion"
January 23, 2019 Webinar: Developing a Leadership Development Program
January 16, 2019 Special Joint Event: Business Priorities Driven Through Human Engagement: Applying the 4 Disciplines of Execution
January 12, 2019 Partner Event: Jump Start Your Job Search Workshop
January 07, 2019 ATD-PHL 2019 Sponsorship Payments
December 11, 2018 Leadership & OD SIG Event: "How to Leverage or Shift a Strong Organization Culture"
November 28, 2018 Employee Learning Week: Triumphs (and Tribulations) in Talent Development for 2018
November 07, 2018 Gamification Certification for Talent Development Professionals
November 02, 2018 ATD-PHL 2018 Group Membership Payments
October 23, 2018 SIG Event: Leadership & OD SIG
October 10, 2018 October Chapter Event
October 06, 2018 Partner Event: Jump Start Your Job Search Workshop
October 04, 2018 Partner Event: Professional Series Seminar In Partnership with L&D Philly - Instructional Design for Performance Impact
October 03, 2018 12th Annual PSPS Leadership Forum with Daniel Pink
September 27, 2018 Lunch & Learn Webinar: What is AI for Learning: Embedding Artificial Intelligence in your Learning Ecosystem
September 19, 2018 FREE TD Professionals Online Book Club
September 13, 2018 ATD-PHL 2018 Conference Sponsorship Payments
September 13, 2018 ATD-PHL Regional Conference for Professional Development 2018
September 11, 2018 Partner Event: 2018 Networking Extravaganza
July 25, 2018 Summer Soiree Networking: Craft Beers and Connections
July 25, 2018 CLO Panel Discussion In Partnership with L&D Philly - Innovative Solutions to Today's L&D Challenge
June 27, 2018 Lunch & Learn Webinar: Gamification for Talent Development - Deconstructing the Psychology of Games to entice, engage, and encourage learners
June 26, 2018 June Chapter Event
June 12, 2018 SIG Event: Leadership & OD SIG
June 09, 2018 June 2018 Monthly Workshop In Partnership with L&D Philly - Make Training A Want To (Not A Have To)
June 05, 2018 SIG Event: Learning & Development SIG
May 17, 2018 May Chapter Event
May 01, 2018 SIG Event: Career & Professional Development SIG
April 28, 2018 Partner Event: Jump Start Your Job Search Workshop
April 19, 2018 Partner Event: CLO Breakfast Club
April 17, 2018 SIG Event: Leadership & OD SIG
April 12, 2018 Partner Event: ATD Eastern Pennsylvania Spring Chapter Luncheon Meeting
April 05, 2018 SIG Event: Learning & Development SIG
March 28, 2018 ATD-PHL Virtual Meetup
March 22, 2018 ATD Core 4 Conference 2018
March 21, 2018 Partner Event: 2018 Philly SHRM Symposium
March 15, 2018 March Chapter Event
March 02, 2018 SIG Event: Leadership & OD SIG
February 15, 2018 Lunch & Learn Webinar: How to Love Managing Custom Learning Projects!
February 07, 2018 SIG Webinar Event: Learning and Development
February 01, 2018 Lunch & Learn Webinar: What If Everything You Know About Personality Styles Training Is Wrong?
January 18, 2018 January Chapter Event: THE NEW WORLD OF WORK
December 04, 2017 Employee Learning Week: Sip, Savor and Share!
November 20, 2017 Board Event: November Board Meeting
November 16, 2017 SIG Event: Career & Professional Development SIG
November 09, 2017 Lunch & Learn Webinar: Conflict Can Be Productive!
November 06, 2017 Partner Event: The Five Lens Development Platform
November 02, 2017 SIG Event: Leadership & OD SIG
October 31, 2017 Lunch & Learn Webinar: Leadership Essentials
October 26, 2017 SIG Event: Learning and Development
October 25, 2017 Partner Event: Create a Culture of Leadership: Disruption!
October 21, 2017 Partner Event: Jump Start Your Job Search Workshop
October 18, 2017 CANCELLED: October Chapter Event
October 10, 2017 Partner Event: PSPS Leadership Forum with Adam Grant
October 04, 2017 Partner Event: L&D Philadelphia Professional Series - Igniting the Inner Fire: Kirkpatrick Levels 3&4
September 28, 2017 SIG Event: Leadership & OD SIG (SOLD OUT)
September 25, 2017 Board Event: September Board Meeting
September 15, 2017 Partner Event: Mid New Jersey ATD
September 13, 2017 ATD-PHL 2017 Conference Sponsorship Payments
September 13, 2017 ATD-PHL Regional Conference for Professional Development 2017
August 15, 2017 SIG Event: Career & Professional Development SIG
July 24, 2017 Board Event: July Board Meeting
July 19, 2017 Summer Networking Event: Craft Beers and Connections
June 30, 2017 ATD-PHL 2017 Group Conference Registration Payments
June 29, 2017 SIG Event: June Learning & Development SIG
June 19, 2017 Board Event: June Board Meeting
June 12, 2017 June New and Prospective Member Meet up
June 06, 2017 SIG Event: Career & Professional Development SIG
May 24, 2017 Partner Event: Greater Philly Articulate Storyline User Group
May 23, 2017 SIG Event: Leadership & OD SIG
May 18, 2017 Partner Event: Drexel LeBow’s annual Bridging Practice and Theory Summit
May 15, 2017 Board Event: May Board Meeting
May 10, 2017 CANCELED - Chapter Event (May): Breakthrough Technology – “Teamability”
April 27, 2017 SIG Event: April Learning & Development SIG - CANCELLED
April 26, 2017 SIG Event: Leadership & OD SIG
April 22, 2017 Partner Event: Jump Start Your Job Search Workshop
April 21, 2017 Partner Event: 2017 Millennial Leadership Summit
April 20, 2017 Partner Event: L&D Thought Leadership - Degreed Focus
April 10, 2017 Board Event: April Board Meeting
April 04, 2017 SIG Event: Career & Professional Development SIG
March 29, 2017 Partner Event: 2017 Philly SHRM Symposium
March 23, 2017 Learning & Development SIG Webinar
March 20, 2017 March ATD-PHL Board Meeting
March 15, 2017 March Chapter Event - Webinar
February 27, 2017 February ATD-PHL Board Meeting
February 15, 2017 Leadership & OD SIG
January 25, 2017 January Chapter Event - Joint Event with PSPS
January 23, 2017 January ATD-PHL Board Meeting
January 11, 2017 The Oz Principle Accountability Training Public Workshop
December 13, 2016 December ATD-PHL Board Meeting
December 10, 2016 ATD PHL 2016 Manual Payments
December 10, 2016 ATD-PHL 2015-2016 Sponsorship Payments
December 07, 2016 December Chapter Event
November 15, 2016 Leadership & Organizational Development SIG
November 14, 2016 November ATD-PHL Board Meeting
November 10, 2016 Learning & Development SIG
November 07, 2016 Career Management SIG
November 02, 2016 10th Annual PSPS Leadership Forum
October 20, 2016 Learning & Development SIG
October 14, 2016 Greater Valley Forge HR Association 2016 HR Summit
October 13, 2016 October Chapter Event
October 07, 2016 The National Speakers Association, Philadelphia Chapter (NSA-PHL) Event
October 07, 2016 October New and Prospective Member Breakfast
October 04, 2016 Career Management SIG
September 29, 2016 ATD-PHL Members Only Special Event
September 15, 2016 Learning & Development SIG
September 13, 2016 Career Management Partner Event
August 08, 2016 Career Management SIG
July 27, 2016 July Chapter Event
July 27, 2016 Gamification Apprentice Certification (Level 1)
July 21, 2016 Learning & Development SIG
June 28, 2016 Leadership & OD SIG
June 23, 2016 Learning & Development SIG
June 23, 2016 The Leadership Challenge Facilitator Training in King of Prussia
June 22, 2016 New and Prospective Members Orientation & Chapter Member "Meet-Up"
June 21, 2016 The Leadership Challenge Workshop in King of Prussia
June 15, 2016 Selling Ideas Through Visual Stories
June 15, 2016 Breakfast with Adobe
May 18, 2016 Joint Chapter Webinar
May 06, 2016 ATD-PHL Regional Conference 2016
May 04, 2016 ATD-PHL 2016 Conference Sponsorship Payments
April 21, 2016 Learning & Development SIG
April 19, 2016 Leadership & OD SIG
March 31, 2016 March Chapter Event
March 24, 2016 Train-the-Trainers Workshop, facilitated by Marian Gigliotti
March 22, 2016 2016 Philly SHRM Symposium
March 08, 2016 VitalSmart's Crucial Accountability Executive Briefing Event
March 07, 2016 Career Management SIG
March 04, 2016 March New and Prospective Member Breakfast
March 02, 2016 Training Certificate
February 23, 2016 Leadership & OD SIG
February 18, 2016 February Chapter Webinar
February 01, 2016 Career Management SIG
January 26, 2016 January Chapter Event
December 10, 2015 Learning Technologies SIG
December 09, 2015 December Chapter Event
December 07, 2015 Career Management SIG
December 04, 2015 Learning Technologies SIG
December 01, 2015 ATD PHL 2014-15 Manual Payments
November 17, 2015 Leadership & OD SIG
November 14, 2015 Trainers' Edge SIG
November 04, 2015 Learning Technologies SIG
November 02, 2015 Training Certificate
October 21, 2015 Designing Learning Certificate
October 14, 2015 New and Prospective Members Orientation & Chapter Member "Meet-Up"
October 07, 2015 October Chapter Event
October 05, 2015 ATD Master Trainer™ Program
October 01, 2015 PSPS Leadership Forum
September 19, 2015 Trainers' Edge SIG
September 17, 2015 Learning Technologies SIG
September 15, 2015 Leadership & OD SIG
September 09, 2015 September Chapter Event - POSTPONED
September 04, 2015 Learning Technologies SIG
August 20, 2015 Learning Technologies SIG
August 15, 2015 Trainers' Edge SIG
August 04, 2015 Learning Technologies SIG
August 03, 2015 Career Management SIG - Postponed from 1/5/15
July 16, 2015 Learning Technologies SIG - CANCELLED
July 15, 2015 July Chapter Event
June 20, 2015 Trainers' Edge SIG
June 19, 2015 June New and Prospective Member Breakfast
June 17, 2015 Leadership & OD SIG
June 15, 2015 Career Management SIG
June 10, 2015 June Chapter Event
June 04, 2015 Learning Technologies SIG
May 06, 2015 ATD-PHL 2015 Conference Sponsorship Payments
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