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Chapter Event: Smash the Silos: Break Through the Invisible Barriers That are Making Your Job Harder and Negatively Impact Your Training/Change Initiatives

  • 04/11/2024
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Touro University; 3 Times Sq 4th Floor, Room 401 New York, NY 10036
  • 23

Registration

  • If you are a guest of Kiki Orski, please use this ticket type with the code she shared with you.
  • Members of ATD NYC in good standing.
  • Registration for non-member of ATD NYC will open March 28th.

    If you join us as member within the next two weeks, you can have this event fee credited to your ATD NYC membership.

    Email contact@atdnyc.org to take advantage of this offer.
  • If you are a guest of Touro University, please use this ticket type and the code shared with you.

Registration is closed


Join us for an evening of learning how to smash silos and networking with your local talent development community and ATD NYC board; members and non-members are welcome.

Registration spots are limited; ATD NYC members have the benefit to register before the event opens to non-members on March 28th. We hope to see you there!


About The Event

Every T&D Professional has been put into a situation where they are charged with implementing a change or fixing a process in the organization. Situations where information is always last minute or there is conflicting advice are a constant source of stress, chaos, & confusion for you & your department. Each time, you are put in a tough situation when leaders &/or departments are reluctant to share skills, knowledge, & information with you. It is even worse when they refuse to see how this behavior is a big concern for the organization as a whole. If these scenarios are familiar to you, perhaps it is time to dive deeper into why a leader or department like this can survive in your organization.

Often, it is not the leader’s fault but rather the presence & acceptance of silos & silo thinking that negatively impact your efforts to make positive organizational changes. Silos create barriers to effective communication & collaboration throughout your organization, causing a ripple of negativity. If left unchecked, these silos will taint your culture & result in behaviors that cause inconsistency, inefficiency, & isolation & stop any attempts at innovation in their path. Let’s finally take the steps to name, claim, & smash these silos before they cause more stress, damage your organizational culture, & negatively impact all your business results.

1) Learn what silos are, why they still exist & how they impact every area of your work.

2) Use the Silos Solution model to dive into the four buckets of organizational health that drive success for any L&D initiative.

3) Use each other’s real life experiences to see how silos may be negatively impacting training & change initiatives

4) Leave with immediately actionable ideas to begin naming, claiming, & clearing the silos in your organization so you can support organizational leaders with best practices.

Event Agenda

  • 6pm to 6:20pm - Arrival & Networking
  • 6:20pm to 7:20pm - Speaker Presentation
  • 7:20pm to 7:30pm - Q&A
  • 7:30pm - 8pm - Networking


About The Presenter

Kiki Orski, author of the newly released book Smash the Silos: A surprisingly easy way to enhance collaboration, boost productivity and improve organizational results, is an experienced Performance Improvement Consultant with over 20 years of coaching and training leaders to achieve exceptional results. Kiki coaches leaders on how to work more effectively and transform business practice with their leadership teams, employees and clients to improve productivity, engagement and ultimately profits.   Her company, Peak Performance Consulting is dedicated to helping organizations achieve exceptional performance at every level, starting at the top!

Kiki maximizes the powerful influence that combining the people and performance sides of business can have on organizational outcomes and results. Her primary goal is to ensure the work and learning that is done is truly sustainable.

Peak Performance has a client list that spans healthcare, pharmaceuticals, retail, travel, security, banking and engineering.


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Venue Information

Touro University 

3 Times Sq - 4th Floor - Room 401

Please bring a picture ID for check-in at the reception desk upon arrival.

Investment

  • Members: Free
  • Non-Members: $20 (registration opens on March 28th)


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ATD New York City chapter is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and the local chapter of the Association for Talent Development - the leading association of workplace learning and performance professionals in the world.

Chapter Incentive Program (ChIP) code for td.org store purchases: CH1026

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ATD NYC Chapter

105 W 86th Street #347

New York, NY  10024-3444

Chapter Administrator:

Art Weiss

Telephone: 212.479.7397

Email: contact@atdnyc.org
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