We’ve launched this News section of our website as a way to keep you up-to-date on everything happening with ATD NYC.
- Board and Chapter Volunteer Opportunities
- ATD International Conference and Exposition
- CPLP Study Group Interest?
- Talent Development Book Club
- Chapter Incentive Program (ChIP) - Q1 2019
- Member Updates
- Upcoming Events
- Past Events
If you missed last week’s update, you can find it here:
ATD NYC: What You Need to Know - April 17, 2019
Board and Chapter Volunteer Opportunities
Chapter is still searching for a President and President-elect. One member is now considering our VP Membership role. You can learn more about these roles here: 2019 Board of Directors Information. If you are interested email firstname.lastname@example.org or talk with any Board member. We know the President/President-Elect roles require a significant commitment and the Board is working to shorten the time frame from 3 years to 2. You would serve 6 months as President-Elect, a year as President, and then 6 months as Immediate Past President. That change will require an update of our bylaws so be on the lookout for more information coming soon.
There are also several AVP and committee roles available. If you are interested and want to learn more about these opportunities, visit the Volunteer section of our website or contact email@example.com.
ATD International Conference and Exposition
It’s almost time for the ATD International Conference which is being held in the Washington DC area on May 19-22. Oprah is scheduled to keynote. If you are interested in going or have already signed up, let us know. Once we have 5 attendees, we can form a Chapter Team and that qualifies you for lower rates: $1325 for ATD members and $1625 for those that are members of ATD NYC only. These rates are up to $550 less than the current registration fees ($1875/$2200 respectively). If you’re interested, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you've already registered at a higher rate, you’ll qualify for a refund of any amount above the Chapter Team Rates. Let us know.
CPLP Study Group Interest?
One of our members is interested in participating in a CPLP Study group. If you are interested in helping form a study group, please email email@example.com. You can also find study tools in the ATD Store.
Talent Development Book Club
The Talent Development Book Club is beginning to discuss its 4th selection, The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg. To stay on track, finish reading chapters 3 and 4 by April 25th. Denis Sternberg of getAbstract has provided us with a summary of the book. You can find it and more information on our website.
Chapter Incentive Program - Q1 2019
The Chapter just received its Q1 2019 ATD Store report. As you know, our Chapter has a Chapter Incentive Program (Chip) code (CH1026) for any purchases you make through the TD.org website.
By using this code, our chapter receives a small percentage of each purchase at no additional cost to you and that percentage varies based on the type of purchase. National memberships, conferences, certifications, books, merchandise, etc. all qualify. In fact, all ATD NYC members can receive a $30 discount on National Membership by using our ChIP code.
Thanks to you, in Q1 2019, the Chapter earned $969.50.
We want to be able to recognize the accomplishments of our ATD NYC Members. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and share your updates with us!
April 24 (Tonight): Chapter Webinar: REIMAGINE YOUR DAY, How to Achieve More with Less Stress This session introduces you a practical evidence-based approach to help busy leaders and teams manage their energy and focus throughout the day so they achieve more without the unnecessary stress.
April 25: Coaching SIG: Coaching Clinic: What Would You Do??? Join us for a highly experiential evening focusing on real world issues. Please bring a coaching dilemma for discussion about what worked, what didn’t and gain insights on what you could have done differently.
April 30: People Science SIG Webinar: Applying a UX Methodology to the Assessment Experience Join Alison Hartmann of IBM as she discusses how a user-centric assessment platform has the potential to enrich your pipeline of candidates, support bias mitigation at the very start of the pipe and enhance our efforts to further your culture of inclusion.
May 1: Chapter Event: Learning to Learn! Please join us for an evidence based and interactive session that will explore how to connect the dots from research highlights, explore social experiences that facilitate people’s growth, and discuss practices for managers and teams that create and sustain feedback conversations and learning culture.
Visit the Knowledge Center (under Members tab; you WILL need to be logged in) to access the recordings and other information from our events.
We welcome your feedback. Contact any Board Member or email email@example.com.