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This session will unpack the three “-ing” pillars of inclusive leadership: continuing to learn, modeling new ways of being, and storytelling your journey. Grassroots DEI efforts are critical, but we know that leaders are the drivers of behavior and culture within any organization. In this session, learn how to pivot away from the “DEI checklist” to bring DEI front and center in your leadership competencies. Discover best (and worst!) practices and resources where leaders can continue to develop their DEI capacity.
During this webinar, you will learn how to:
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There’s always going to be a vote to do more with more—more tools, more people, more goals, more distractions. Unfortunately, this translates into more responsibilities heaped onto already-full plates. When this happens, you’re told to “get a bigger plate,” which is where change fatigue and burnout come from.
The truth is that less is better. Fewer distractions equals more focus, which helps employees improve their performance and productivity. You don’t need an overstuffed tool stack to reach your goals; paring down the noise and focusing on what really moves the needle actually moves the needle. So, how do you clear out the clutter, and take things off your plate so you can focus, instead of getting a bigger plate?
During this webinar, you will gain insight into:
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At ATD 2022 International Conference & EXPO you’ll discover new perspectives on developing talent, maximizing potential, and creating strategic transformations for your organizations and your learners. You’ll meet and collaborate with peers who are also looking to build long-term resiliency in the face of continuing change. You’ll leave inspired with big ideas and practical takeaways that can drive immediate improvement in your work.
After a year of transition and learning, we are ready to showcase another conference to bring together attendees from around the world to collaborate, network, and learn together—both in person and virtually.
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The Massachusetts Library System is a state-supported non-profit organization that provides a variety of services to our 1,500+ member libraries across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, including state-wide materials delivery, mediated interlibrary loan, online resources, consulting, and training. We are looking to hire an Instructional Designer & LMS Administrator. This is a new position that will lead our online training and eLearning efforts, and oversee the operations of our new Moodle learning management system. If you have a passion for engaging, activity-rich, outcomes focused training, then we want to hear from you!
To be considered for this position, please send a cover letter, resume, and three professional references to email@example.com. Your cover letter should address your qualifications for this position, including your experience with a learning management system and instructional design. The deadline to apply for this position is April 25, 2022 at 5 pm.
The Instructional Designer & LMS Administrator will support the creation and delivery of engaging, activity-rich, outcomes focused training to meet the diverse learning needs of library staff across the Commonwealth. The position will lead the Massachusetts Library System’s (MLS) online training and eLearning efforts. The position will administer the day-to-day operations of MLS’s learning management system (Moodle). The position will employ best practices in instructional design and ensure that MLS’s trainings and learning management system are accessible and incorporate the principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Monday, March 29, 2021 2:00pm - 2:30pm EDT
By: Maureen "Mo" Berkner Boyt, Founder & CEO, The Moxie Exchange
VIRTUAL EVENT - Link will be sent in registration email
Wednesday, March 24th, 2021
Today, more than ever, there is a need to ensure that virtual learning works to improve organizational outcomes. Because of the surge in work-at-home arrangements and travel restrictions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, most learning has shifted to a virtual format. This requires program owners to design virtual learning with desired outcomes in mind and demonstrate that the virtual format works.
Studies show that virtual learning often breaks down when measured at the application level (using what was learned) and impact level (the business impact connected to learning). However, this breakdown is avoidable. To secure the support and funding that virtual learning needs, it must deliver business results.
This session explains how designers, developers, providers, and program owners can ensure that technology-based learning delivers desired results by applying design thinking principles that focus on delivering application and impact.
Further your diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I) journey with an illuminating discussion led by Liza Wisner, OpenSesame senior DE&I curation specialist. They come together with pooled perspectives from HR, learning, and DE&I experts to provide practical tips to facilitate your organization’s DE&I progress. In this session you’ll learn who to involve in the process, how to navigate difficult conversations, and how to move beyond one-off training sessions to ensure the sustainability of a well-rounded team.