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  • May 30, 2017 5:38 PM | Anonymous

    Add Your Voice to Our Blog

    The CMATD Blog is a great way to share knowledge, insights, best practices and lessons learned around workplace learning and development. CMATD members and sponsors are invited to contribute as guest authors.

    Guest articles will be featured on the CMATD Blog and in our email newsletter, which is sent to more than 700 subscribers. Articles should focus on issues of interest to learning and development professionals, with a goal of contributing to our community of practitioners and generating dialog, reflection and new ways of thinking.

    Guest articles should:

    · Focus on topics of interest to learning and development professionals

    · Share knowledge, insights, best practices and lessons learned around workplace learning and development

    · Not promote an individual or company

    · Be 300-500 words in length

    Articles will be published at the discretion of the CMATD Board. Accepted articles will be published on the CMATD website and featured in the email newsletter. The author name and affiliation will be included in published articles.

    To propose an article or learn more, email atd.centralmass@yahoo.com and srolph@mit.edu.

  • May 09, 2017 1:05 PM | Anonymous

    By David Hofstetter

    Past President, Director of Membership, CMATD

    Management Coach, Consultant, Trainer, and Speaker—The Hofstetter Group

    It’s hard to believe that we have another regional conference in the books. Each year this conference gets better and better. This year was no exception. If you were there, thank you. If you missed it, here is what you missed.

    This year’s conference theme was DisrupTD. The theme came from the thought that the workplace is changing at light speed and so is talent development. As learning and development professionals, we need to deliver results despite the disruptive changes happening around us. The 2017 New England Area Conference wanted to offer opportunities to gain knowledge, strategies and solutions needed to effectively meet these new challenges.

    We began with our morning keynote: Donald H Taylor, who is Chairman of the Board, The Learning & Performance Institute. Donald’s topic was “Learning Technologies in the Workplace.” We then held the concurrent sessions and ended our day with our afternoon keynote speaker Jeanne Meister, the author of “The Future Workplace Experience.”

    We would also like to thank Clark University School of Professional Studies for sponsoring this year’s conference.

    By the Numbers

    • 277 Participants
    • 37 Volunteers
    • 5 Tracks
    • 4 Concurrent Sessions
    • 24 Speakers
    • 2 Keynotes
    • 13 Exhibitors
    • 12 Sponsors
    • 125 People at the Networking Event
    • Lots of Ice Cream and Popcorn

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