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    • Tue, July 24, 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • WeWork, 1460 Broadway, New York, NY 10036 18th Floor
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    Capacity limited to 45 ATD NYC members only. This is a high demand event that will sell out, please register as soon as possible.

    Due to the multiple associations supporting this event, no refunds will be made.  Please be sure you are able to attend before registering, this is our most popular event of the year!


    • Wed, July 25, 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
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    Join us for an insightful, interactive webinar facilitated by Clive Leach, in which he will provide an engaging introduction to the application of Positive Psychology Coaching in the workplace.

    Drawing upon the very latest global research and his own extensive international experience as an organizational coach, working within the corporate, government and education sectors, participants will:

    1. Be provided with an overview of latest global research on the application and integration of Positive Psychology into coaching practice and the workplace.

    2. Explore the Well-being and Performance Framework

    3. Learn how coaching can build PERMAH (Positive Emotions, Engagement, Relationships, Meaning, Accomplishments & Health) and optimal functioning for you and your clients.

    The reality is that when asked how they are most people answer “OK”. The truth is that many are neither feeling good or functioning well. Research suggests that:

    • Stress is one of the biggest causes of absenteeism at a cost of $billions annually
    • At any one time only 30% of the workforce are likely to be truly engaged
    • Retaining talent is an increasing challenge and impacts on the bottom line
    Positive Psychology has been described as the 'science of what makes life worth living'. The evidence is building that its application results in less anxiety and stress, coupled with increased levels of hope and resilience. This in turn, contributes directly to greater well-being, physical health, life satisfaction and performance in work, study and life.
    Positive Psychology is increasingly being used by executive coaches, L&D professionals and business leaders, in order to help organizations reap tangible benefits, relating to profitability, productivity, customer loyalty and satisfaction.

    In the volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous world we all live in today, investing in well-being is essential for sustaining the resilience and mental toughness required to navigate life and achieve both professional and personal success.

    Bio: Clive Leach M. Org. Coaching

    Clive has worked extensively within the Government, corporate and education sectors as an executive, leadership and career coach. He also designs and facilitates highly rated global workshop programs in focusing on Well-being, Mental Toughness, Positive Education and Coaching Skills within workplaces, learning institutions and communities.

    He is currently engaged as a Visiting Lecturer teaching on the world’s first MSc Applied Positive Psychology & Coaching Psychology (MAPPCP) program at the University of East London.

    Clive has spoken at numerous international conferences on issues relating to positive psychology and well-being - most recently at the First Global Festival of Positive Education in Dallas in 2016, The 5th IPPA World Positive Psychology Congress in Montreal in July 2017 and The European Conference on Positive Psychology in June 2018.

    Clive has been published in numerous peer-reviewed publications. He is the lead author on a chapter entitled ‘The Integration of Coaching & Positive Psychology in Schools’ in ‘Coaching in Professional Contexts’ (Sage) and co-author of a chapter on ‘Coaching PERMA’ for ‘Positive Psychology Coaching ‘ (Routledge) due for publication in 2018. His peer-reviewed paper ‘Flourishing Youth Provision’ was published in the International Journal of Evidence-based Coaching & Mentoring Vol. 9 (1).

    Clive is a graduate of the Master of Organizational Coaching Program at the University of Sydney Coaching Psychology Unit. He is a certified Realise2 Strengths Practitioner accredited by the Centre for Applied Positive Psychology (CAPP) in the UK and is also accredited in the MTQ48 Mental Toughness Assessment.

    Webinar information will be emailed directly to participants.

    Contact:
    angela.wright@atdnyc.org

    • Thu, July 26, 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • 232 West 40th Street, Room 306/307 (3rd fl) New York, NY 10018
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    A Workshop on Ethics in Data and AI for Beginners

    What is data? What is AI? How do they come into existence? How do we use them ethically when the data describes people, and the AI might affect people’s lives?


    This workshop will equip talent growth and engagement professionals with the knowledge they need to really “get it” when it comes to data-driven decision making and AI -- how it works, how tools are built, and how to use them well.  We will share how to analyze and refine models of data collection within their own company.


    Who are we?

    Group Project empowers people with a data-driven, dynamic management software. Teams can map their own capabilities and potential, and leaders can match talent to strategic needs as they come up. It’s a toolset that helps companies grow into an inclusive and adaptive future of work, starting with a clear vision of what their people can really do.


    Our mission is to  change the way that people and companies fit together for a future of work where smart business means putting talent growth and inclusion first.


    Find out more at groupproject.company


    Why do we want to teach this?

    We believe those who work in talent-related roles need to understand not just what these technologies offer, but how they work, so that they can make the right decisions for their people at work. We also believe that bias is a parasite, and those who are empowered with knowledge about how bias can show up, are empowered to mitigate it and create a more equitable workforce.


    What will participants walk away with?

    Participants will walk away with a deep understanding in designing data systems as well as tools to debunk the data systems that exist today. This workshop will allow participants to practice using a critical consciousness when it comes to data collection--what is being measured and perhaps, what is being missed.



    Presenters


    Sally Simms, Founder at Group Project

    Sally is a systems thinker and humanist, working on the systems that shape how we work, to make them actually work for people. She’s driven by the belief that when every person has the opportunity to reach their full potential, both employees and organizations thrive.


    Sally was a founding member of Google's News Lab. While at Google, she picked up the company’s algorithm-driven culture, its culture of always building new data tools, and its best-in-class people operations.  After Google, at transportation marketplace startup Buster, she helped bring a totally offline sector online, modeling its data and improving upon the industry’s existing dynamics with algorithm design.


    She created Group Project to do the same thing with workplaces. To bring a real-life black box - the talent make-up inside companies - online, and design smarter dynamics from that wealth of new data.  




    Bella Wang, Founding Data Scientist at Group Project

    Bella’s a war scholar turned data scientist, skilled in finding meaning in small, human-scale data sets. Her PhD research analyzed the strategy of interstate territorial disputes, using a variety of methods, including game theory, statistical analysis, and case studies, to explain political outcomes. A social scientist and data maven, she’s an all-around student of humanity, combining quantitative and qualitative data to tell stories about human behavior at all levels, from individual idiosyncrasies to the highest of high politics. She’s also pretty schooled on puzzles and games, which applies more than you’d think.




    Kyleigh Johnson, Founder's Associate at Group Project

    Kyleigh started out in coffee and comedy, and kept the comedy, but now she runs the show in tech. Kyleigh’s early experience with people systems came about when she opened a location for Irving Farm, a fast-growing speciality coffee chain, and redesigned the workflows for inclusion after realizing where operations were failing her diverse team. She found that what she learned studying social work, education, and theater applied readily to supporting people in the workplace. She has also built and contributed to youth engagement programs in the South Bronx, Lower Manhattan, and Abu Dhabi, and stays active in volunteer work. She’s always thinking about redesigning society to better embrace the people that make it up - whether at work, in education, over a great cup of coffee, or in front of an audience.

    Agenda: 

    5.30pm  Doors Open
    6.00pm  Presentation by Group Projects
    6.45pm  Q&A
    7.00pm  Messages from People Science SIG 
    7:30pm  Adjourn

    Cost:  Free for members, non-members may audit one session, Touro Students may use registration code.

    Registration Deadline and Requirements Register before 7/23/2018 

    Contact:

    Chair: Syeed Islam (sy@talentmetrics.io)

    Co-Chair: Lyndon Llanes (lyndon.llanes@atdnyc.org)


    Location: 232 West 40th Street, Room 306/307 (3rd fl) New York, NY 10018

    • Tue, July 31, 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Learning delivered right to your desk!
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    Most organizations create microlearning assets to support learners when they are applying what they have learned and to act as quick reminders on mobile devices when learners are on-the-go.

    Unfortunately, our learners frequently don’t adopt this. No matter how well designed, unused microlearning is not worth the investment.

    But what if we can maximize the investment that we make in these short learning bursts while also increasing the effectiveness of our virtual training solutions? The key: focus on supporting all moments of learning need with microlearning, instead of just on-demand informal situations.

    Join us to experience and approach for crafting and delivering engaging microlearning and incorporating it into virtual classroom design. You will view examples, analyze what does and doesn’t work, and create a strategy for ensuring your microlearning content gets used over and over again.

    In addition to experiencing virtual classroom exercises delivered via microlearning, you will leave this session with techniques to help you:

    • Move away from “guides and slides” and adopt the microlearning approach to virtual classroom design
    • Make your organization's virtual classroom lessons and microlearning more valuable, immediately
    • Apply six strategies to help you support virtual learning through connected microlearning resources 

    Presenter Bio:

    Jennifer Hofmann

    Jennifer Hofmann, mastermind behind virtual classroom best practices and blended learning pioneer, is Founder and President of InSync Training. Her entirely virtual consulting firm specializes in the design and delivery of engaging, innovative, and effective modern blended learning. Under Jennifer’s expert leadership, Inc. 500|5000 named InSync training the 10th Fastest Growing Education Company in the U.S. in 2013, the 20th Fastest Growing Education Company in 2014, and to their Inc. 5000 list for four consecutive years. Dell Women’s Entrepreneur Network, Forbes Most Powerful Women Issue, The NativeAdVantage, and Goldman Sachs 10000 Small Businesses have all recognized her entrepreneurial drive. 

    Agenda: 6pm-7pm Webinar

    Costs: Members - free; Guests - $25

    Registration Deadline and Requirements: None

    Contact: Zachary Konopka  zachary.konopka@skilitics.com

    • Wed, August 08, 2018
    • TBD

    Meeting agenda is under development and date is TBD.

    Board meetings and their associated meeting minutes are accessible to members. If you want attend, we only ask that you notify us two days prior to the scheduled meeting so that we can add you to the list we submit to building security.  Reach out to any Board member or email contact@atdnyc.org.


    • Wed, August 08, 2018
    • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    • NYIT: 1855 Broadway, New York, NY 10023 (between 60th & 61st)
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    NOTE: Member registration opens 30 days prior to this event. Non-member registration opens 15 days prior to this event.


    Engage your employees to increase productivity and profit.

    Be part of this dynamic and thought-provoking session, in which Lily Benjamin’s background will inspire the generation of ideas on how to foster a culture of engagement and performance in your own organization. Lily will draw from her own experience on championing and driving enterprise-wide large-scale change management strategies to increase employee engagement, despite inherent and overwhelming challenges of doing more with less in today’s marketplace. During this session, workgroup exercises will focus on the following objectives:

    * Gaining support from c-suite leadership

    * Aligning professional development initiatives with overall business strategies

    * Identifying strategies to increase employee engagement and personalize talent development

    * Sharing best practices in a globally matrixed organization

    According to recent research on the service-profit chain, there is a direct correlation between engagement and profitability. For this reason, focusing on employee engagement is a business imperative and a key to improving business performance. Employee engagement is a hot topic, as it has become understood that value is created by satisfied, loyal, and productive employees. Keeping employees satisfied and retaining top talent is a challenge due to changes in the global marketplace, as organizations have become flatter. There are now more interdependencies all around, both internally and externally.

    Increasing engagement by leveraging the service-profit chain does not happen by chance. Elite CEOs and senior leadership must focus not only on clients but also on strategies of engagement that promote employee commitment and increased organizational performance. Leadership must be strategic and visible, as it is the perception of support that promotes employee loyalty to the success of the company, which leads to positive organizational performance.

    In this session, Lily will draw from her experience in designing and integrating employee engagement strategies, generating significant cost savings, productivity, and organizational performance. 


    About the Presenter: 

    Lily Benjamin

    SVP Leadership & Organizational Development



    A global talent development and organization design executive, responsible for learning, leadership development, diversity & inclusion, organization design & transformation.

    Sought after for leadership experience championing and driving enterprise-wide talent and change management initiatives aligned with business strategy, to build globally matrixed, multi-site organizations in the medical, financial, and consumer products industries.

    Track record on creating and implementing globally integrated, competency-based talent management strategies and programs (career planning, performance management process, succession planning, and leadership development) to leverage human capital, successfully develop leaders, and manage the talent pipeline globally to meet current and future business needs.

    Effective at designing, implementing, harmonizing and integrating programs, policies, processes, and metrics, to generate significant cost savings, productivity and overall organizational performance, while establishing landmark best practices for future change management needs.

    Strong reputation as an insightful, inclusive and decisive leader, who fosters collaborative partnerships based on trust, inspires multi-cultural teams and builds high performing organizations.

    Areas of expertise: Talent Management and Strategy - Organizational Design & Development - Executive Coaching & Leadership Development - Performance Management – Diversity & Inclusion - Change Management - Succession Planning - Employee Engagement - Business Strategy - Vendor Management - Negotiation & Conflict Resolution

    Education

    PhD candidate in Business Psychology, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology

    Master’s degree in Organization Development, American University

    Bachelor’s degree in Critical Care Nursing, Medical Campus, University of Puerto Rico

    Certified on Diversity & Inclusion, Cornell University, School of Labor Relations

    Multiple executive coaching and leadership development certifications

    Resides in New York City

    Write articles for the Red Shoe Movement to empower men and women on their career goals by providing tools and strategies for success.

    Proficient in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.

    Find her on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lilybenjamin/ 



    • Wed, August 29, 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Learning delivered right to your desk!
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    NOTE: Registration opens 30 days prior to this event. 

    Join ATD facilitator, and former ATD national board member and Puget Sound Chapter president, Lisa Downs, as she supports you in being able to:

    • Create a career development goal
    • Apply tips to help you drive your career to the next level
    • Develop a career action plan that’s relevant to your career situation
    You’ll be introduced to the Top 10 Essentials for Effective Career Management, and will receive templates and tools, including a Career Roadmap that you can implement immediately. As talent development professionals, we often neglect our own career development because we’re focused on helping others reach their goals and aspirations. 

    Let this be the time that you focus on yourself and move forward on your career goals! 

    Presenter Bio: 

    Lisa Downs, M.S. Ed., ACC, CPLP

    Lisa Downs, M.S. Ed., ACC (Associate Certified Coach), CPLP (Certified Professional in Learning and Performance) is a leadership development consultant, facilitator, and coach, specializing in helping technical professionals and executives work at their best and achieve their desired business results. Lisa began her career in education in 1996, and has worked in corporate learning and development since 2003. 

    Lisa’s previous corporate roles have included working in learning and leadership development with the technology company EMC, The Boeing Company, PEMCO Mutual Insurance, and T-Mobile USA. She also has six years of experience working in the accounting industry, supporting CPAs with their learning and executive leadership development.

    While a member of the Association for Talent Development (ATD) Board of Directors, Lisa served as the Chair of the National Advisors for Chapters Committee in 2013-2014. She is also a past Chair of the ATD Chapter Recognition Committee and a past President of the ATD Puget Sound Chapter.

    She facilitates, and led the design and development of, ATD’s Expert Coach™ Program. Lisa also developed and facilitates ATD’s Essentials of Identifying and Developing Your High Potentials series, and facilitates both their online and in-person versions of the Coaching Certificate and Creating Leadership Development Programs Certificate courses. 

    Lisa is the author of Time Management Training (with a new edition released in 2016), Listening Skills Training, and Negotiation Skills Training in the ATD Workshop Series, as well as the TD at Work Managing Learning Programs. She is based in the Seattle, WA area. 

    Agenda: 6pm-7pm Webinar

    Costs: Members - free; Guests - $25

    Registration Deadline and Requirements: None

    Contact: Zachary Konopka  zachary.konopka@skilitics.com

    • Tue, September 04, 2018
    • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    • WeWork, TBA, New York, New York
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    NOTE: Registration opens 30 days prior to this event. 

    DUE TO THE HIGH LEVEL OF INTEREST IN THIS EVENT, IT WILL BE RESERVED FOR CHAPTER MEMBERS ONLY 

    BECOME A CHAPTER MEMBER TO ATTEND!

    Learning continues to change as learners and technology evolve. But how do we know what is real, what is exaggeration, and what could actually benefit readiness and productivity in the workplace?

    In this ATD NYC Chapter Event, you'll explore how learning professionals can tell the difference between helpful innovation and hype. You'll discover workplace trends for video segments, machine learning, performance support, voice-based coaching, chat bots, stretch assignments, virtual and augmented media, deep engagement, simulation, and gamification.

    In addition, you'll explore the hype---looking at the evidence for the ups and downs of learning changes and innovations in the workplace setting. Finally, Elliott will challenge you to add the power of the arts and storytelling to your learning offerings.

    About our Presenter:

    Elliott Masie

    Elliott Masie is the Host and Facilitator of the Learning Conference each fall. He is a provocative, engaging and entertaining researcher, educator, analyst and speaker - focused on the changing world of the workplace, learning and technology.

    He heads The MASIE Center, a Saratoga Springs, NY think tank focused on how organizations can support learning and knowledge within the workforce. He leads the Learning CONSORTIUM, a coalition of 230 global organizations cooperating on the evolution of learning strategies, including Amazon, Walmart, American Express, General Electric, McDonald’s, General Motors and Fidelity Investments.

    He is the editor of Learning TRENDS by Elliott Masie, an Internet newsletter read by over 52,000 business executives worldwide, and a regular columnist in professional publications, including CLO Magazine. He is the author of 12 books, including the ASTD/MASIE Center’s Big Learning Data.

    Elliott's professional focus has been in the fields of corporate learning, organizational performance and emerging technology. He has developed models for accelerating the spread of knowledge, learning and collaboration throughout organizations. Elliott is acknowledged as the first analyst to use the term eLearning and has advocated for a sane deployment of learning and collaboration technology as a means of supporting the effectiveness and profitability of enterprises.

    Elliott serves as an advisor to a wide range of government, education and non-profit groups. He has served on the Board of Trustees of Skidmore College, as a member of FIRST Robotics Board of Directors and the CIA University Board of Visitors. He has served as a pro-bono advisor to the Department of Defense and on the White House Advisory Council on Expanding Learning Opportunities.

    Elliott is known as a highly approachable speaker and trainer, blending humor, applicable stories of best practice and high levels of audience involvement. Over the past thirty-five years, he has presented programs, courses and speeches to over 2,100,000 professionals around the world.

    Agenda
    5:30pm-6:00pm Networking
    6:00pm-7:30pm Presentation
    7:30pm-8:00pm Networking 

    Cost: Members - FREE

    Registration:
    Please Note: You must register by September 3, 2018, due to strict security requirements. No walk-ins will be accepted. If you have not received a confirmation email from ATD NYC by c/o/b September 3, 2018
     you have not registered for the session and will not be allowed to attend the event. 
    • Wed, September 12, 2018
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • TBD

    Meeting agenda is under development.

    Board meetings and their associated meeting minutes are accessible to members. If you want attend, we only ask that you notify us two days prior to the scheduled meeting so that we can add you to the list we submit to building security.  Reach out to any Board member or email contact@atdnyc.org.


    • Wed, September 26, 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
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    NOTE: Registration opens 30 days prior to this event. 

    Join wellness lifestyle expert Jaya Jaya Myra for a webinar on wellness in the workplace and learn why offering wellness training and wellness incentives for employees is now a necessity, as opposed to an option. In this webinar we’ll explore:

    *The role of wellness initiatives in the corporate environment;

    *How to increase productivity, communication, morale and teamwork;

    *How to lower anxiety, stress, employee burnout and turnover.

    *Learn why one size fits all solutions rarely work for everyone;

    *Explore how to leverage wellness initiatives to stay competitive in the Millennial & Gen Z workforce;

    *Learn how a healthy leadership team can level-up a whole company.


    Presenter Bio: Jaya Jaya Myra is a sought after motivational speaker, regular national TV and media guest, internationally acclaimed author, corporate trainer and wellness lifestyle expert teaching people how to cultivate excellent physical, mental and emotional health. After healing herself naturally from debilitating fibromyalgia, anxiety and depression when conventional treatments failed, Myra developed a blueprint for living a healthy, fulfilled and successful life based on each person’s unique elemental composition. 

    Her approach to wellness shows why one-size-fits-all solutions don’t work for everyone, and how to find what will work for you. Myra's debut book, Vibrational Healing: Attain Balance & Wholeness. Understand Your Energetic Type is published in 10 languages and is available worldwide.


    Agenda: 6pm-7pm Webinar

    Costs: Members - free; Guests - $25

    Registration Deadline and Requirements: None

    Contact: Zachary Konopka  zachary.konopka@skilitics.com

    • Wed, October 03, 2018
    • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    • TBA, New York, New York
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    NOTE: Member registration opens 30 days prior to this event. Non-member registration opens 15 days prior to this event.

    Gartner, Inc., the world's leading research and advisory company, equips business leaders with indispensable insights, advice and tools to achieve their mission-critical priorities and build the successful organizations of tomorrow. 

    Over the past few years, Gartner has posted double-digital growth in financial performance and headcount, and has acquired other companies of various sizes. To keep up with this extraordinary pace of change and fuel future success, Gartner promotes an environment of addressing challenges through iterative solution design. 

    This requires a culture of continuous feedback and learning where all associates are encouraged to understand what’s going well, where there are opportunities for even stronger performance, and what are the key practices that lead to success. Recent changes to Gartner’s annual performance management cycle and enterprise learning strategy have been designed to provide additional emphasis on the company’s feedback and learning culture.

    About the Presenter:

    Matthew Kleinman, Ph.D. is Vice President, Talent Management at Gartner with responsibility for building Gartner's approach to enterprise performance management, succession planning, leader development, and talent analytics. Prior to Gartner, Matt was a Vice President in Global Talent Development at Goldman Sachs where he led initiatives in support of the firm's talent agenda and advised the Finance and Global Investment Research divisions. Earlier in his career, 

    Matt held roles of increasing leadership responsibility at New York Life Insurance Company, Oliver Wyman, and the Citigroup Private Bank, and he has worked with executives on a range of topics including leadership competencies, employee engagement, organization culture assessment, organization design, and post-merger integration. Matt has also served as an adjunct faculty member at Columbia University in the graduate Social-Organizational Psychology program. Matt holds a BS in human development from Cornell University and MA and PhD degrees in organizational psychology from Columbia University.


    • Wed, October 10, 2018
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • TBD

    Meeting agenda is under development.

    Board meetings and their associated meeting minutes are accessible to members. If you want attend, we only ask that you notify us two days prior to the scheduled meeting so that we can add you to the list we submit to building security.  Reach out to any Board member or email contact@atdnyc.org.


    • Thu, October 11, 2018
    • Sat, October 13, 2018
    • Crystal City, VA

    This annual conference is exclusively for ATD chapter leaders! Current and incoming board members are invited to attend to network with fellow chapter leaders and share best practices for running an ATD chapter.

    Make plans to join us in Arlington, Virginia, for another great event as we share best practices and network with ATD's top chapter leaders!


    • Wed, November 14, 2018
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • TBD

    Meeting agenda is under development.

    Board meetings and their associated meeting minutes are accessible to members. If you want attend, we only ask that you notify us two days prior to the scheduled meeting so that we can add you to the list we submit to building security.  Reach out to any Board member or email contact@atdnyc.org.


    • Wed, November 28, 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
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    NOTE: Registration opens 30 days prior to this event. 

    How do you build a coaching organization that engages all generations—including Millennials and Generation Z—towards full potential and business success? Such efforts require a systems approach where you capture the “perfect storm” of ideas in our field in a mindful way. You need to utilize the three building blocks of mindset, dialogue, and infrastructure to create a coaching culture and then incorporate concrete measures to gain credibility and demonstrate results. Through real company examples and access to several job aids, you will learn the following through this dynamic webinar:

    • How a coaching culture increases engagement and meets the needs of different generations
    • Ways to gain organizational support and manage resistance
    • Tips for measuring coaching organizations
    • Coaching tools for influencing individual, group, and total organizational results 

    Your presenter:

    Dr. Virginia (Ginny) Bianco-Mathis 

    Dr. Virginia Bianco-Mathis — Professor and Director, School of Business, Marymount University and Managing Partner, Strategic Performance Group — has held leadership positions at major organizations and presently is helping several companies develop coaching organizations. Her publications include Building a Coaching Organization, Organizational Coaching: Building Relationships and Programs that Drive Results, and Everyday Coaching (just published). She teaches several courses and conducts webinars for ATD and other associations in the world of organizational diagnosis and change, leadership, performance, and coaching. 

    Agenda: 6pm-7pm Webinar

    Costs: Members - free; Guests - $25

    Registration Deadline and Requirements: None

    Contact: Zachary Konopka  zachary.konopka@skilitics.com

    • Wed, December 12, 2018
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • TBD

    Meeting agenda is under development.

    Board meetings and their associated meeting minutes are accessible to members. If you want attend, we only ask that you notify us two days prior to the scheduled meeting so that we can add you to the list we submit to building security.  Reach out to any Board member or email contact@atdnyc.org.


Past events

Wed, July 18, 2018 Coaching Center of Excellence: Maximizing Your Coaching Personality and Energy For Powerful Results
Wed, July 11, 2018 Board of Directors Meeting - July
Wed, June 27, 2018 Chapter Webinar: Getting Hard Data from “Soft Skills” Training
Wed, June 20, 2018 Performance Support SIG: From Training Designer to Performance Consultant (Webcast)
Wed, June 13, 2018 Board of Directors Meeting - June
Wed, June 06, 2018 Coaching Center of Excellence Workshop: Master Class on Team Coaching with Professor David Clutterbuck
Wed, June 06, 2018 Servant Leadership Live!
Tue, June 05, 2018 Chapter Event: Driving Innovation Through Talent Development with ATD CEO Tony Bingham
Wed, May 30, 2018 Chapter Webinar: Performance-Focused Smile Sheets: Radical Rethinking of a Dangerous Art Form
Wed, May 30, 2018 Career Development SIG: Your Resume vs. Your LinkedIn Profile: What ATD Members Need to Know
Wed, May 23, 2018 Sponsor Webinar: Transforming Attitudes and Actions - How Leaders Create Engaging Workplace Cultures
Tue, May 22, 2018 Coaching SIG: The Un-Clear and Present Danger, Mental Health Issues & Duty of Care in Coaching
Wed, May 16, 2018 eLearning SIG: The ABCs of Writing Great eLearning Voiceover Scripts
Thu, May 10, 2018 ATD NYC Networking Event May 2018
Wed, May 09, 2018 Board of Directors Meeting - May
Wed, May 02, 2018 Chapter Event: Accelerating Learning in Age of “I Want it Now” w/ CLO Andrea Elkin of ADP
Thu, April 26, 2018 Coaching Center of Excellence: When You’re Neither E nor I: Beyond Sorting Hat Personality Measures
Wed, April 25, 2018 Chapter Webinar: Dispelling the Neuromyths of Learning
Thu, April 12, 2018 People Science SIG: Generation Z - Planning for the Next Wave of Employees
Wed, April 11, 2018 Coaching Center of Excellence Joint ICF-ATD NYC Webinar: Becoming a Systemic Coach - A Practical Perspective
Wed, April 11, 2018 Board of Directors Meeting - April
Wed, April 04, 2018 Chapter Event: The Journey Towards Innovative Talent Development w/ New York Presbyterian
Thu, March 29, 2018 Chapter Webinar: The 10 HUGE Mistakes Made When Preparing for L&D Disruption (Future of Work)
Wed, March 21, 2018 eLearning SIG: How Virtual and Augmented Reality are Disrupting Learning
Tue, March 20, 2018 RESCHEDULED Monthly Chapter Event: The Modernization of L&D
Thu, March 15, 2018 Board of Directors Meeting - March
Thu, March 08, 2018 Coaching Center of Excellence: The PERILs of Team Coaching - Team Performance and Dysfunction
Thu, March 01, 2018 Coaching SIG: The Unparalelled Power of Questions - The Action Learning Coach Experience, TAKE 2
Wed, February 28, 2018 Chapter Webinar: Subject Matter Experts - Moment of Need Video & Support
Wed, February 28, 2018 ATD NYC Promoted Event: SERVANT LEADERSHIP IN ACTION
Thu, February 22, 2018 ATD NYC Networking Event February 2018
Wed, February 21, 2018 Board of Directors Meeting - February
Tue, February 20, 2018 Career Development SIG: How to Build Resilience During Transition and Change
Thu, February 15, 2018 Coaching SIG: The Unparalelled Power of Questions - The Action Learning Coach Experience
Tue, February 13, 2018 Performance Support SIG: Aligning Learning to Performance, Essential Tools & Techniques
Tue, February 13, 2018 Chapter Webinar: Performance Support SIG -- Aligning Learning to Performance, Essential Tools & Techniques
Tue, February 06, 2018 Chapter Event: Accelerating Priority Skill Development, by Toni Handler & Gail Forkosh of Avanade
Thu, February 01, 2018 Chapter Webinar: Sticky Learning- Ensuring Transfer, Hosted by Jean Marrapodi, CEO AppleStar Productions
Sat, January 20, 2018 2018 Board of Directors Retreat
Wed, January 17, 2018 eLearning SIG: 2018 Kickoff Session - "eLearning: The Road Ahead..."
Tue, January 16, 2018 Chapter Event: The New World of Work: Josh Bersin's Predictions for 2018

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