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. 

For any questions regarding event registration please contact ATD-PHL at  Click here to read out event cancellation policy.

If a SIG event is cancelled, we will send an email to all registrants letting them know the event has been cancelled.  If the event is to be postponed, you will remain registered for the event.  If you can't make the postponed date, email and ATD-PHL will credit your registration fee to your account to be used at a future event in the same programming year.

ATD SIG Sherpa Program: 

If you are new to ATD PHL and are looking to connect with a tenured ATD PHL members, sign up to receive an Sherpa!  The Sherpa program is design to pair up new members (less than 6 months with Chapter) with someone who can take them on their ATD – PHL journey, but showing them the ropes and introducing them around to others.  Click here to learn more about the SIG Sherpa Program.

Upcoming events

    • April 23, 2019
    • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Judge Group, 151 S. Warner Road, Suite 100, Wayne, PA 19087

    "Successful Culture Integration during an M&A: Creating a Win-Win Mindset"

    With mergers and acquisitions at an all-time high in the US, it’s highly likely that you have been or will be involved in a merger or acquisition at some point in your career. Despite the best efforts to derive value from mergers, according to KPMG’s 2018 biannual report on this topic, less than a third of mergers in North America derive any value from the transaction. Much of the problem comes down to the failure to address cultural differences in the organizations being merged. 

    In this session, you will learn how Houghton International and Quaker Chemical are defying the odds of being yet another usual M&A story by following a road map for addressing the potential culture clashes that come from merging two long-time competitors with a combined 250-year history. What makes this an interesting “live” case study is the strong commitment of both companies, from the inception of the deal, to mitigate the hurdles created by the typical win-lose paradigm in a merger or acquisition. The strong commitment of the newly formed company CEO created the high-level sponsorship necessary for the two HR leaders to form the new company culture that is based on a win-win mindset; that is, a 'combination' mindset instead of a traditional acquisition mindset.

    Kym Johnson, CHRO for Houghton and Ron Ettinger, VP HR for Quaker Chemical will discuss their early strategic partnership and shared commitment to create this win-win orientation. Both believe that this orientation is imperative to setting the foundation for a quick and successful cultural integration.  Note: This is a work in progress and thus rich with lessons learned. 

    Ron and Kym will discuss their experiences with:

    • The early days – setting this paradigm in place
    • Building leadership commitment
    • Unexpected struggles and early wins
    • Champions of equality – ensuring the fair distribution of power; impact on establishing the new culture
    • Herding cats – creating alignment before the new company is formed 

    Session structure- This highly interactive session will be a moderated dialogue between these two leaders. Mary Haskins (Strategy Convergence Consulting, LLC) will be the moderator. You are invited to bring your most challenging questions about addressing the cultural aspects of M&As.

    About out speakers:

    Kym Johnson, Vice President of Human Resources
    Houghton International

    Kym Johnson is SVP, Global Human Resources for Houghton International.  She joined Houghton International as Chief Human Resources Officer on June 1, 2015.  Ms. Johnson brings over 25 years of experience in the chemical industry and 20+ years of global human resources leadership to the Houghton executive team.

    Prior to joining Houghton, Kym served as VP, Human Resources & CHRO of FMC Corporation, a global chemical company with over $4 billion in sales and more than 6,000 global employees. She began her career as a chemist at FMC and advanced through successive human resources roles, including the leadership of HR for the Asia Pacific region in Shanghai.  She returned to the U.S. to lead global talent management and global human resources for FMC.  She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry from the University of Delaware and her master’s degree in human resources management from Rutgers University.

    Ron Ettinger, Vice President, Human Resources 
    Quaker Chemical Corporation 

    Ron Ettinger is VP, Human Resources and an officer of Quaker Chemical Corporation, a publicly traded specialty chemical company. Prior to this Ron has over thirty years’ experience in the areas of Clinical Psychology, Organization Development and Talent Management specializing in Organization and Culture Change. Ron’s formal training was in clinical psychology which has created the underpinnings of his approach to working with executives and high potential leadership.

    Prior to Ron’s tenure as an HR Executive he spent most of this career working in both public and private corporations holding various management positions in the areas of management, executive and organization development. He has experience as both an internal and external coach working with established and emerging leaders in an assortment of industries. Prior to this he spent over a decade as an Individual and Family therapist. His current work integrates clinical methodologies into the dynamic corporate context. 


    Mary Haskins, Independent Consultant
    Strategy Convergence Consulting, LLC

    She brings over 20 years’ experience to helping global businesses achieve strategic goals through culture, leadership and enterprise-wide transformation programs. She focuses on translating business strategy into tactical programs and mobilizing organizations and teams to execute these programs with a high emphasis on accountability and business impact delivery. Prior to founding Strategy Convergence Consulting, she was global VP of Leadership Experience at SAP and led multiple major business transformations including the globalization of services delivery and the conversion from direct to digital marketing. During her tenure at SAP she introduced the first leadership strategy and led the efforts to more than double leadership trust. 

    Thank you to our host:

    • April 26, 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Zoom Meeting

    Front-Line Learning: Engaging People Through Success Stories

    We know that adult learners would rather be doing than spending time in the classroom. As training professionals, we are always looking for tools to help develop skills in a meaningful, yet digestible way. This session will demonstrate how your greatest tool for training lies within your organization's very own success stories. Use our formula for deconstructing stories, applying skills-based knowledge and inviting engagement. It's a true alternative to canned or even customized training content because it's your content and context is everything.

    About the presenter:

    Dayna Williams

    Dayna has been consulting with Fortune 1000 firms on talent development and performance initiatives since 2006. She specializes in both instructional design strategy and in sales training. Throughout her career, Dayna has worked with hundreds of clients in Financial Services, Insurance, Technology, Hospitality, Pharmaceuticals, and Professional Services. Dayna has served on various non-profit boards, most recently as the President of the Association for Talent Development (ATD), Philadelphia Chapter, where she is currently a board advisor. She is also a thought contributor and author for ATD National’s Sales Enablement Community of Practice and has been asked to serve as the programming chairperson for their 2018 and 2019 Sales Enablement Learning and Leadership conference. Dayna has a Graduate Degree in Organizational Change, enjoys mentoring young professionals, and frequently speaks at events around the country.

    • April 27, 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, April 27 
    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—

    Building Your Job Seeker’s Toolkit Ford Myers – Ford will lead us in discovering and building our job seeker’s toolkit so that we have everything we need to manage a successful search.

    Organization for a Successful Job Search Amy Dinning – Looking for a job is a job and it is so important that we have an organization system to keep track of all of the important information, people, interviews, etc. 

    Networking over lunch with fellow participants and speakers

    Questions & Answers with a Panel of Experts Dean, Ford, Karen and Amy

    Staying Resilient in Your Job Search Dean Becker – Highly resilient people outperform and outlast those who are less resilient. Dean will share 2 practical skills to help us to build our resilience and you will receive free access to the Adaptiv Resilience Factor Inventory.

    Creating Your Own Job Security – Karen Huller – Karen will share habits that we can adopt now and after we land our new position so that we can own our ability to generate opportunities no matter what conditions exist.

    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 and pay with a credit card. We are unable to take walk-ins. Please note that online registration will close on Wednesday, April 24 at midnight.

    • May 07, 2019
    • 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM
    • Best Western Conference Center, Rts 22 and 512, Bethlehem, PA

    Career by Design

    Did you end up in L&D by accident or intent? Is it a quick off-ramp or a destination? Like Lewis Carroll said, "If you don't know where you're going, any road will take you there". That cannot be truer than when thinking about our own career journey.

    In this session, you'll learn:

    • How to use a career development planning process to help you focus on what you want from your career
    • How to gain experiences necessary to reach your career goals
    • How your peers are choosing and seeking to achieve their career goals

    Click here to register! 

    ATD-PHL members will receive member pricing!  

    Proud partners with: 

    • May 09, 2019
    • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Blue Bell Country Club, 1800 Tournament Dr., Blue Bell, PA 19422

    The X Factor: A Panel Discussion on Successful Leadership Development Programs

    In today’s fast paced, ever changing world, leaders--now more than ever--need to unlock the talent of everyone on their teams—no matter what their difference.  It is by unlocking the best thinking and experiences because of who we are and what we know that allows companies to create value and drive performance in our consumer-led world.  So….is that even possible? 

    Join the conversation and hear how one multi-national company has created an award-winning framework that accelerates the career advancement of talent from different genders and ethnic backgrounds.  Learn how to initiate a practical approach to creating systemic change from the original designer.  Gain insights about the “X” factor and why it works from graduates of the program in a panel discussion. 

    If you want to make a difference by developing diverse talent where you work, you will want to join the dialogue.

    Stephanie Trotter, Executive Coach

    Dharmesh Bhanushali, Biotech Development Lead, class of 2018
    Celeste Ferreira-Cornwell, Sr. Clinical Development Director, class of 2018
    Valerie Reynaert, Head of Clinical Operations for the Americas, class of 2016


    Stephanie Trotter, Executive Coach

    Stephanie Trotter is an internal executive coach at GSK. With diverse experiences as a business leader, organizational development consultant, in talent management, and leadership development, she supports the transformational growth of leaders at GSK. While being a collaborative coach, she challenges her clients to have the courage to explore who they are, what is important to them, and pursue their dreams.  Stephanie is known to be a strong strategic thinker while grounded in practical business approaches and a solution-oriented mind set. 

    Real world experiences shape her coaching from her background as a sales leader who has worked in the trenches. Her coaching clients vary from women in leadership to senior executives in R&D, the commercial organization, IT, and human resources.  What energizes Stephanie the most about coaching is seeing people become more powerful when they tap into their potential, live their purpose, and pursue their passions.

    As a member of the coaching team, she contributes to GSK’s award-winning coaching initiatives by shaping the design of the Accelerating Differences program, training Job Plus coaches, and partnering with leaders to use new and different coaching approaches to meet their business needs.

    Her passion is spending time with her family going to the beach, bike riding, or being a soccer mom for Jonathan (11) and Emily (10).

    Her coaching experiences include:

    ·        Co-create a conversation with leaders to define an inspiring vision, strategies, and prioritize what they need to focus on to deliver real business results
    ·        Trusted coach and advisor to senior executives who want to create a high-performance culture
    ·        Partner with VPs and Sr. VPs to accelerate transitions into broader leadership roles
    ·        Support women in leadership who want to achieve their career ambitions, while being true to themselves and focusing on what matters most to them


    • May 15, 2019
    • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Fox School of Business at Temple University, 1810 Liacouras Walk, 5th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19122

    People Analytics and the Digital Leader 

    As Millennials, and next in line the iGen, begin to take over the workforce, they are bringing with them leadership trends that will shape the future of organizational leadership. Modern organizations must respond to an increased pace of the workplace, and the nature of executives’ tasks is increasingly complex. Despite the evidence suggesting that focusing on growth versus performance will lead to better longterm performance, many organizations continue to emphasize managing performance instead of leading growth.   

    Together we will explore how trends such as realtime feedback, agile networks of teams, advanced people analytics, microlearning, personalized learning, and artificial intelligence will enable the people analytics and digitally minded leader to shape the future of leadership. 

    In addition to delving deeply into this emerging topic, this meeting serves as a launch point for ATD’s newest Special Interest Group (SIG): People Analytics and the Digital Leader. Please come, engage, and build a community around this critical and important area.  


    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.

    • May 19, 2019
    • 7:00 AM
    • May 22, 2019
    • 4:00 PM
    • Washington, DC

    Are you planning to go to the 2019 ATD International Conference and Exposition (ICE) and want to SAVE $$$?

    Sign Up NOW for a big discount by joining our ATD-PHL Conference Team! 

    Event Details

    Conference Dates: May 19-22, 2019
    Location: Washington, D.C.

    ATD 2019 is the premier talent development conference. With more than 350 education sessions led by world-renowned thought leaders, you’re sure to have your burning learning questions answered. Make sure to join 10,500 of your peers from more than 90 countries. SIGN UP WITH THE ATD-PHL TEAM NOW!

    Registration Fees

    Individual Registration for Members

    • by April 12 is $1,695
    • by May 14 is $1,875
    • onsite $2,175

    ATD-PHL Chapter Conference Team (5+ members together)

    • $1,325

    Note: You must be an ATD National and Chapter member to register as part of the ATD-PHL team

    For more information about the conference, click here to visit the website. 

    To register to be on the ATD-PHL Conference Team, or if you have any questions, please email Heather Kay, put in the Subject line ICE – Group Rate and provide the following:

    • First name
    • Last name
    • Business/Organization
    • Mobile #
    • Work #

    • May 30, 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM
    • Skype Meeting

    How to Use Your Strengths to Be More Successful

    Want to gain a better understanding of how you can be more successful without changing a thing about yourself? Join Heather Kay, Sr. Director of Talent Management at Sungard Availability Services for an Overview of Gallup's Strengths-Based Development. The discussion will center around why you should focus on doing what you do best rather than trying to fix your weaknesses...and how to translate to it to your world. Whether as an Individual Contributor, Leader of a team, Volunteer or a Parent, understanding your Strengths will lead to a more effective, efficient and productive experience. References to the CliftonStregnths Assessment will be introduced, but completion of the Assessment is not necessary to participate.

    If you would like to complete the Assessment prior to the discussion, go to and choose either the Top 5 or 34 Assessments.


    Heather Kay, Senior Director
    Sungard Availability Services

    • June 05, 2019
    • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Judge Group, 151 S. Warner Road, Suite 100, Wayne, PA 19087

    "Client-Supplier Relationship for Internal and External Consultants" 

    Consulting strategies to successfully manage client relationships at a minimum require having business industry insights, client relationship savviness, and acute capabilities in one’s chosen subject-matter or field of expertise. Both internal and external talent development consultants face similar challenges throughout the lifespan of a given project or corporate initiative.

    Consulting Forum is a special interest group new to the ATD Greater Philadelphia chapter in 2019. In our inaugural Consulting Forum, SIG leaders Stephanie Fillman and Mark Spool will facilitate several activities to generate a rich discussion on the dynamics surrounding the client-supplier relationship. Small group discussion, table group activity, and a large group review discussion will provide for an evening of enrichment and relationship building in a friendly, non-competitive atmosphere.

    Throughout the evening activities we will also be listening for key themes and pressing topics that you, our ATD PHL chapter members and guests would like to discuss at our future Consulting Forums. We look forward to meeting you at this exciting event!

    Facilitated by:
    Mark Spool
    Stephanie Spillman

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

    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.

    Thank you to our host:

    • July 23, 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Taphouse 23 | 266 E. 4th Street, Bridgeport PA, 19405
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    Join us for the ATD Greater Philadelphia Chapter 2019 Summer Networking Extravaganza!

    This year we are meeting at Taphouse 23 in Bridgeport on July 23rd for snacks, craft beers (23 on tap!), prizes, games, and great conversation.

    Some of the highlights include:
    ·        Interactive games designed to help you start conversations and meet new people.
    ·        Raffle for a prizes including ATD books and registration to an upcoming event.
    ·        ATD-PHL leaders who attended the ATD International Conference & Expo (ICE) will be sharing their experiences
    ·        The opportunity to meet like-minded people doing the same job in your own backyard!

    So bring your friends and join us for this unique opportunity for fun and networking in the summer sun!

     ATD-PHL’s Refund & Event Onsite Policy for Chapter Events.

    Please read the ATD-PHL Professional Code of Conduct before registering for this event. You will be asked to agree to the terms before completing your registration.  

Past events

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
May 06, 2015 ATD-PHL Regional Conference 2015
May 04, 2015 Learning Technologies SIG
April 23, 2015 Learning Technologies SIG
April 18, 2015 Trainers' Edge SIG - Postponed from 1/24/15
April 08, 2015 April Chapter Event
April 07, 2015 Leadership & OD SIG
April 06, 2015 Career Management SIG
April 01, 2015 2015 Philly SHRM Symposium
March 31, 2015 D.E.L. Awareness GIG
March 28, 2015 Trainers' Edge SIG
March 20, 2015 March New and Prospective Member Breakfast
March 19, 2015 Learning Technologies SIG
March 18, 2015 March Chapter Event
March 04, 2015 Learning Technologies SIG
March 02, 2015 Career Management SIG
February 21, 2015 Trainers' Edge SIG
February 19, 2015 Learning Technologies SIG
February 19, 2015 Leadership & OD SIG
February 11, 2015 February Chapter Event
February 04, 2015 Learning Technologies SIG
February 02, 2015 Career Management SIG - CANCELLED
January 22, 2015 Learning Technologies SIG
January 21, 2015 Join us and event Partner PSPS for Five Workplace Predictions for the Next Five Years Leading Into 2020 with Jeanne Meister!
December 13, 2014 Trainer's Edge SIG
December 10, 2014 December Holiday Party
December 03, 2014 Career Management SIG
November 22, 2014 Trainer's Edge SIG
November 19, 2014 November Chapter Event
November 11, 2014 Leadership & OD SIG
November 10, 2014 Career Management SIG
October 28, 2014 D.E.L. Awareness GIG
October 25, 2014 Trainer's Edge SIG
October 16, 2014 Learning Technologies SIG (formerly eLearning SIG)
October 15, 2014 October Chapter Event
October 08, 2014 Career Management SIG
September 30, 2014 Leadership & OD SIG
September 27, 2014 Trainer's Edge SIG
September 18, 2014 eLearning SIG
September 10, 2014 September Members Only Chapter Event
August 23, 2014 Trainer's Edge SIG
July 26, 2014 Trainer's Edge SIG
July 23, 2014 Career Management SIG
July 17, 2014 eLearning SIG
July 16, 2014 July Monthly Chapter Event
June 28, 2014 Trainer's Edge SIG
June 23, 2014 Career Management SIG
June 19, 2014 eLearning SIG
June 17, 2014 Leadership & OD SIG
June 11, 2014 June Monthly Chapter Event
June 10, 2014 D. E. L. Awareness SIG
May 21, 2014 2014 Regional Conference
May 21, 2014 ASTD PHL 2015 Conference Sponsorship Payments
May 17, 2014 Trainer's Edge SIG
May 07, 2014 Career Management SIG
April 29, 2014 Leadership & OD SIG
April 26, 2014 Trainer's Edge SIG
April 24, 2014 eLearning SIG
April 16, 2014 Career Management SIG
April 08, 2014 April Monthly Chapter Event
April 08, 2014 D. E. L. Awareness SIG - Postponed Date
March 22, 2014 Trainer's Edge SIG
March 20, 2014 eLearning SIG
March 19, 2014 Career Management SIG
March 12, 2014 March Monthly Chapter Event
March 04, 2014 D. E. L. Awareness SIG
February 22, 2014 Trainer's Edge SIG
February 19, 2014 Career Management SIG
February 12, 2014 February Monthly Chapter Event
January 29, 2014 Career Management SIG - Postponed Date
January 25, 2014 Trainer's Edge SIG

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