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  • June 01, 2020 8:20 PM | Anonymous

    ATD’s first virtual conference will take place June 1–5 and will include everything you would expect from a live conference and so much more.

    With more than 100 hours of content, including live facilitated sessions and keynote addresses, you will get content from leading thinkers, experts, and visionaries in our field delivered straight to your home.

    Be a part of ATD history as we come together to create a new learning experience and help create a world that works better in the process.

    The ATD Virtual Conference will be very similar to an ATD live conference, minus the sore feet. There will be more than 100 hours of content, falling within 11 learning tracks, as well as opportunities to network, connect with ATD Staff, and download resources that you can view off-line.

    ATD will recommend personalized learning journeys that include curated sessions based on your interests and focus. Or you can create your own learning pathway by reviewing our session listings and building your schedule on your own time.

    Don’t worry if you can’t watch all 100+ hours of content within five days. Access to the content will be available for 90 days.


    Visit here for all the details.

  • May 11, 2020 6:22 PM | Anonymous

    StandOut Teams: How to Build Strong Teams Through Strengths

    Some things change, some things stay the same. We all know the global pandemic has changed many things in the world of work, not least of which is that many of us will have to do much of our work virtually. What has not changed, however, is that all this work will be done on teams. The greatest challenge for us now is how to build strong, productive, engaged, and resilient teams when we’re physically and psychologically disconnected.


    Register Here and use our CHiP Code: 1201 to help the chapter.


  • April 08, 2020 12:34 PM | Anonymous

    Thank you for planning to be a part of the ATD 2020 International Conference & Exposition. After many weeks of carefully monitoring COVID-19 developments, including guidance from public health authorities and our partners in Denver, Colorado, it has become clear that ATD 2020, which had been scheduled for May 17-20, 2020, must be cancelledmessage from ATD’s CEO, Tony Bingham is available for review, and we recommend reading several new frequently asked questions (FAQs).

  • March 17, 2020 11:49 AM | Anonymous

    Regarding the ATD 2020 International Conference & Exposition scheduled to start in nine weeks, May 17–20, we are continuing to work closely with our Denver partners and other experts to evaluate the impact of the outbreak on the event. Our staff, participants, exhibitors, sponsors, partners, chapter leaders, volunteers, and everyone who joins ATD to learn and network at our events and workshops are our highest priority. Members of the ATD National team meet daily to review new information and guidance from public health authorities. We will continue to monitor the situation and share the latest information available on our FAQs.

  • February 10, 2020 2:33 PM | Anonymous

    If there are 5 or more people from the area interested in attending,  Central Mass ATD can help you get a 10% discount.  You don't have to be from the same company or even the same city.  Just contact us, we're keeping a list and we will help connect you with National for that 10% discount!  

    I want to save 10% on ICE registration!!

  • November 14, 2019 1:49 PM | Anonymous

    Most people associate a hackathon with the IT community or computer hacking, but the actual concept is to create innovative solutions to a problem. Any company or team can use the hackathon format to create innovative solutions to any problem. 

    Want to learn how you can apply this out-of-the-box practice to your organization? Check out this free hackathon e-book.

    Want to participate in a real-life hackathon for a good cause? Join us for our first-ever hackathon event at TechKnowledge 2020, February 5–7 in San Jose, California.


    We are pleased to inform you that the early bird rate for the all-new ATD TechKnowledge, which will be held February 5–7, 2020, in San Jose, California, has been extended until November 15!

    Register now!


    Use our special code: 1201 and CMATD will get a rebate from National ATD!

  • August 02, 2019 10:19 AM | Anonymous

    Refresh Your Professional Thinking With Summer Business Reads

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    An internally renowned source of insightful and practical information on talent development and professional learning, ATD Press publishes the books you need to boost your skills. These recommended titles will help you:

    Brush up on your business writing.

    Deliver outstanding training experiences.

    Tap into the power of human connection.

    Craft the perfect message and captivate audiences.

    Master e-learning design on your own.


  • August 02, 2019 9:34 AM | Anonymous

    The 2020 New England Area Conference Design Committee invites you to submit a proposal to facilitate a concurrent session at our upcoming conference. The theme and conference title for 2020 is:

    20/20: Envision the Future of Talent Development

    Techniques, Technologies, and Transformations for the Decade Ahead


    As we enter a new decade of Talent Development, we want to go in with our eyes wide open for a clear vision of the future.

    This year we are looking for presenters to address:

    • How will your organization approach talent development and decide when to invest in upgrades and modifications along with the infrastructure to support it?
    • What resources will you have and what constraints do you face?
    • How do you assess an organization’s requirements and capacity to evolve how it meets learning needs?
    • How do you overcome preconceived notions of training and ensure that your talent development program delivers the desired learning outcomes?
    • How do you create an organizational portfolio for talent development? 


    Sessions should be highly interactive, thought provoking, and provide creative ideas that can shape and advance the learning and performance of individuals, leaders, teams and organizations. 

    Ideally, they will include follow-up resources for participants to support adoption of concepts and tools, as well as actions that can be put to work right away. For more information and to access the online application visit: https://atdnewengland.com/presenters

    Completed applications need to be submitted by Friday, August 16, 2019.


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    CMATD is excited to share details of our August event. We realize the summer can be a tough time to join in person so we are offering a virtual program with our very own superstar, Katy Tynan, Director of Technology. Katie is the bestselling author of practical guides to leadership and career development, and an internationally recognized expert on how work is evolving. More on her bio here

    Join us online on August 15 at noon for “Climbing the Career Jungle Gym”



    There are no straight lines in career development these days. What used to be a ladder now looks more like a jungle gym. Should you focus on the management track, or pursue specialized skills and knowledge? What are the most valuable skills in today’s job market? How do you stay on top of your game, and avoid becoming obsolete? In this interactive workshop, you’ll learn how to take the lead in your personal professional development, and how to build on your strengths to develop a plan for your career journey!

    • Understand the new model of career growth (lattice vs. ladder).
    • Identify different types of career growth opportunities.
    • Create strategies to navigate your career journey successfully.


    Summer Reading


    Have you set summer career reading goals? Our board has set some fantastic reading goals to learn new concepts or techniques or perhaps brush up on skills learned years ago. Such is the case of Directors of Finance and Communications, they plan to reread chapters from “The Six Disciplines of Breakthrough Learning” by Roy V. H. Pollock, Andy Jefferson, and Calhoun W. Wick. Stay tuned to and chime in on our LinkedIn Page and Group* for more sharing and discussions of our summer reading.


    *Join the Group:

    Search for "ATD Central Mass"

    Click "More" and choose "Groups"

    Click our group, then click "Join" in the top right





    ATD New England is seeking speaker proposals for the 2020 conference. As we enter a new decade of Talent Development, we want to go in with our eyes wide open for a clear vision of the future. The deadline is Friday, August 16, 2019. For details can be found here. This year they are looking for presenters to address:

    • How will your organization approach talent development and when to invest in upgrades and modifications along with the infrastructure to support it?
    • What resources will you have and constraints do you face?
    • How do you assess an organization’s requirements capacity to evolve how it meets learning needs?
    • How do you overcome preconceived notions of training and ensure that your talent development program delivers the desired learning outcomes?
    • How do you create an organizational portfolio for talent development?

    Sessions should be highly interactive, thought provoking, and provide creative ideas that can shape and advance the learning and performance of individuals, leaders, teams and organizations. If you have any questions please contact info@atdnewengland.com.

    • The ATD New England Area Conference will take place on Friday, March 27th from 8 am to 5 pm. There will be a networking reception the evening before on Thursday, March 26th.
    • The reception and conference will be held at the Four Points by Sheraton Norwood in Norwood, Massachusetts.
    • We are seeking a total of 16 presentations/workshops each delivered one time during the event.
    • Attendees will select one of four concurrent presentations to attend during each of four time slots. The ATD NEAC grows each year with increasing numbers of attendees, exhibitors and sponsors. This year, 300 attendees are expected from throughout the region (CT, MA, ME, NH, RI, VT). Speaking at our event is a way to be a significant contributor to ATD, and to our profession.
    • We look forward to receiving your application!

    Thank you to Lou Cimini    

    Central Mass ATD was pleased to welcome Lou Cimini on June 11th at the beautiful campus of The College of the Holy Cross in Worcester.  We learned about Leveraging Coaching to Manage Explosive Growth and Change from Lou, who  shared from his experiences as  the VP of HR for The Americas for Samsonite Corporation in Mansfield.  It was a lively evening with a great group of life long learners.  

    Thank you, too, to our Gold Sponsor for the June program: Integrity Solutions.  We appreciate your support of Central Mass ATD.  



      

    Save the date of October 22 for an evening with Sarah Scala

     

    Sarah Scala will join Central Mass ATD on Tuesday, October 22nd at 6pm.  She will facilitate an interactive workshop focusing on the next level of leadership and people development - keeping one's self strong in mind through optimism, resilience, and grit. Through group and partner discussions, we will explore ways to strengthen or teach others optimism, resilience, and grit.

    Watch for registration to open soon!


    Have You Thought About Becoming an ATD Power Member?                                                    

    When you join our local CMATD chapter and ATD National, you are choosing to be a knowledge leader in the talent development profession AND a learning leader in your own backyard.

    Joint membership offers learning professionals a unique opportunity to connect with local, national, and international professionals. Stay on top of the latest learning trends, and gain access to research and templates that can help in advancing your career!  For more information please visit our website.




    Training Opportunities

    Don't miss this great opportunity! ATD is offering certificate courses in the Greater Boston area. These courses will build your professional knowledge and skills, and expand your network. Upcoming sessions include:


    ATD Master Performance Consultant Program, 12/02/19 - 12/05/19, Boston (Burlington), MA

    Visit the ATD Educational Website to learn more about these courses. Make sure to use the Central Mass Chapter Chip code CH1201  which gives our local chapter credit when you register for programs.


                                  
     
     
     

         
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  • April 01, 2019 8:07 PM | Anonymous
     

     
     

     
     
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    See you at the New England Conference networking event Thursday!




    Our Partnership Director, Wendi Braun, is attending the conference and would love to say hello to our CMATD members. Please look for Wendi as you enter the networking hall around 7:00 pm.




    Interested in presenting at an upcoming meeting? 



    We want to hear from you! If you have a presentation that we feel is relevant, captivating and valuable to our community, contact our Programs Director [email link] today. Presentations are the bread and butter of our monthly meetings. They provide an opportunity for active engagement and interaction between participants. Our members represent diverse backgrounds and experience in the workplace learning and performance community. Members include trainers, organizational development practitioners, human resource professionals, instructional designers, managers and executives, internal and external consultants. Email: Programs@tdcentralmass.org 


    Recap: Meet the Board Event

    We had a great time introducing ourselves to our members at Jimmy’s Tavern in Shrewsbury last month. There is still so much more we’d like to know about our members and information we wish to share. We’ll continue conversations in person at our future meetings but also online. So check our website regularly for information on upcoming events, blog series, and updates on LinkedIn and Twitter.


    Hold the Date - April 17 for Eric Bloom

    Having influence at your organization enables trainers to be successful when rolling out their programs. Hold April 17 to hear Eric Bloom share concepts, techniques and practices to help you raise your “Influence Power Rating”. Eric is a former CIO, #1 bestselling author on Amazon, a TEDx Speaker and the Executive Director of the IT Management and Leadership Institute, the governing body of the ITMLP and ITMLE certifications. He also provides specialized training on IT leadership, interpersonal communication and productivity skills. Registration details will be posted soon!

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    Have You Thought About Becoming an ATD Power Member?                                                    

    When you join our local CMATD chapter and ATD National, you are choosing to be a knowledge leader in the talent development profession AND a learning leader in your own backyard.

    Joint membership offers learning professionals a unique opportunity to connect with local, national, and international professionals. Stay on top of the latest learning trends, and gain access to research and templates that can help in advancing your career!  For more information please visit our website.





    Training Opportunities

    Don't miss this great opportunity! ATD is offering certificate courses in the Greater Boston area. These courses will build your professional knowledge and skills, and expand your network. Upcoming sessions include:


    ATD Master Trainer Program 7/22/19 - 7/25/2019, Boston (Burlington), MA

    ATD Master Performance Consultant Program, 12/02/19 - 12/05/19, Boston (Burlington), MA

    Visit the ATD Educational Website to learn more about these courses. Make sure to use the Central Mass Chapter Chip code CH1201  which gives our local chapter credit when you register for programs.


                                  
     
     
     

         
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