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)
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
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.
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.
Parking:Riddick Lot near Poe Hall. Parking is Free after 5pm.
Needs Assessments for Learning Professionals
Have you ever been asked to design a learning solution but didn't know where to start? If you are a learning professional, you may know this feeling all too well. The process of identifying learning gaps can be a daunting task, but it doesn't have to be. In this session, we will discuss simple approaches to uncover learning needs and drive toward building learning solutions.
Contact: Wendy Gates Corbett (email@example.com) or Melony Johnson (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
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Join us as Nicole Olivieri discusses CHANGE
When we teach people something new, we expect them to go, back to the job and apply what they’ve learned. We assume they can APPLY the learning to the job. But can they? Because applying new knowledge, skills and behaviors is the same as CHANGING. And let’s face it, for many people, change is very difficult.
If the learner does not apply what they’ve learned – due to fear of changing and/or lack of support for changing - the time, money and effort spent on workforce training and development is lost, and more importantly, ROI cannot be measured or proven.
In this 2-part workshop series, facilitators, trainers, and instructional designers will learn WHY people resist change, the intellectual and emotional phases that people experience when faced with change, and how to design and deliver strategic learning programs that support, drive and measure application of new knowledge, skills and behaviors.
Who would benefit from this series?
Upon completion of this learning program, you will be able to:
Nicole’s interest in talent development was sparked during her first career as a chemist when she began facilitating the classes that kept her lab colleagues safe and technically competent. As she advanced in her career, she completed all course work towards a master’s degree from North Carolina State University (NSCU) in Training and Development, a Talent Management Certified Professional designation from the Institute of Organizational Development and a Six Sigma Greenbelt from NCSU.
Come out and join us for this month’s Munch & Mingle! If you are seeking to network with fellow Talent Development professionals here in the Triangle area, then this is the place to be! We’ll be sharing a bite to eat while we connect and engage with one another. Both members and guests are welcome.
I look forward to seeing you there!
Brian Lanza (B1)
Brian J. Lanza
Association for Talent Development Research Triangle Area Chapter
Vice President of Membership, Marketing & Outreach
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Today, learning content is everywhere. Degreed counts nearly 1,400 providers of live and online courses, videos, books, articles, blogs, podcasts, and more. Finding, curating, and personalizing the absolute best content from any source, in any format, has become a core responsibility for today’s L&D professional.
Join Vince Penkala, Director at Degreed, to learn more about Why content curation is a growing trend and How you can leverage learning content platforms to curate your own content.
Vince is an enterprise contributor with a background in ISD, talent analytics, LMS/TMS/LCMS systems, and performance management consulting.
You will be able to join via a web conferencing system. Connection instructions will be provided before the event.
Contact: Lynn Russell (email@example.com) or Bud Benscoter (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Contact Michelle Bartlett, email@example.com for questions or additional information
Parking: Riddick Lot near Poe Hall. Parking is free after 5pm.
ATD-RTA Training 101 SIG
Contact: Wendy Gates Corbett ( firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
Please register via the website, www.tdrta.org
Come out and join us for this month’s Munch & Mingle! If you are seeking to network with fellow Talent Development professionals here in the Triangle area, then this is the place to be! We’ll be sharing some coffee and a bite to eat while we connect and engage with one another. Both members and guests are welcome.
Please order your breakfast when you come in and then join us at the ATD table for as long as you are able before heading off to start your day!
Presentations have become one of the most common forms of communication. Sadly, though, most presentations do not communicate well. Whether we're presenting progress towards quarterly goals or team building techniques, today's audiences expect more than text-heavy slides. Brain science tells us that we process images and words in different parts of the brain, and that engaging multiple parts of the brain literally engages learners more effectively. This workshop combines the science of learning with an easily applicable process to make presentations more visual without sacrificing their instructional soundness.
Based on the TD@Work that Wendy Gates Corbett published for ATD in February 2016 (5 Questions for Great Presentation Visuals)
This workshop elaborates on the questions and processes in the TD@Work: Why should I represent my message visually?, which ideas should I represent visually?, what does the concept look like?, how do I want my audience to feel?, and where do I find great images? The workshop includes individual and group activities and participants can bring their laptops and use their own presentations as well.
At the end of this session, you will be able to:
Wendy Gates Corbett, CPLP is an escaped global training executive on a mission to repair the relationship we have with dull, sleepy presentations—as presenters AND as audience members. She’s designed and delivered over 1300 presentations in her 20+ year career in talent development. Her company, Refresher Training, LLC offers presentation redesign services, training, and coaching for professional speakers and talent development professionals.
Wendy served on the ATD-RTA board for nine years, including President in 2004. She served as a National Advisor to Chapters (NAC) for three years and is the current NAC Chair. She is a member of the international ATD Board of Directors.
Cost of event: RTA Members $50, Prospective RTA Members $70, ICF-TODN Members $60. All includes breakfast and a copy of td@work
Register for this event and others here, See Your Point: 5 Questions for Creating Vibrant, Vivid, Visual Presentations
Event location & Parking info: Park in the parking deck, but NOT in Patient & Visitor lot, but the parking deck just across from it. You can enter the building at the Women's Pavilion and the Conference Center is right there. The event will be held in Conference Room B. See map here, CaryHospital-CampusMap.pdf
During the presentation, we’ll discuss stories of failures, blunders and most importantly successes that everyone can employ at their next networking event. This presentation is great for even the most skilled net worker as we can all use a little sharpening of the saw from time to time.
Who should attend this event:
Joe Novara is a Speaker and Author of the Amazon best selling book “Intentional Networking.” Joe strongly believes in the power of Business Networking and Referral Partnerships. Having been a sales professional for over 25 years, selling both Printing and Real Estate very successfully, Joe attributes most of the credit for his success to the power of Networking and Referral Partnerships.
Joe has a great desire to educate business people on how to get the most out of networking Joe will share how he overcame his fears of attending large networking events and techniques he developed for getting the most out of every network event.
The relationship Joe has developed through networking have always been a great source of referrals and new business.
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