Location: Zoom Online Virtual Platform (link provided after registration)
Time: 12:00 - 1:00pm Friday, October 23, 2020
Topic: Using Stories to Share Data
Come hang out with a SIG focused entirely on Storytelling!
The Storytelling Special Interest Group is dedicated to helping members hone their storytelling skills, develop critical leadership skills related to communication, and help members bring storytelling to their organizations. In addition, the group aims to build relationships with one another through sharing stories and have fun.
In a typical meeting, participants will practice sharing stories and giving feedback to one another while focusing on a particular aspect of storytelling.
For more information about the Storytelling SIG or the upcoming Meet-up, contact SIG Organizer Heidi Saucier, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: Members are allowed and encouraged to bring guests to this Meet-up.
What's a SIG?
Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are small groups of members who share an affinity for a particular aspect of Talent Development. Whether it's a specific approach, a certain skill, or a common role in the industry, a SIG helps bring chapter members together to share in an interest.
Anyone can start a SIG - all it takes is a shared interest and a meeting place! To learn more, contact Shonna Amos, VP of Development, email@example.com.
Monday, October 26th, 2020
This Month's Topic: Formats and techniques for facilitating C-level groups and teams
Location: Zoom (connection info will be provided after registration)
Come hang out with a group of facilitators!
The Facilitation Special Interest Group (SIG) is dedicated to helping members hone their facilitation skills, gain opportunities to practice new approaches and techniques, and discuss critical aspects of life as a facilitator.
Whether you're a full-time facilitator or just have an interest in building the skill, this SIG is for you!
For more information about the Facilitation SIG or the upcoming Meet-up, contact Facilitation SIG Organizer Alison Jolliff, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anyone can start a SIG - all it takes is a shared interest and a meeting place! To learn more, contact Shonna Amos, VP Development, email@example.com.
Thursday, October 29th, 2020
Location: Zoom Online Virtual Platform (link will be provided after registration)
Time: Noon - 1:00pm
This Month's Topic: Gamification - How do you use it and what do you want to know about it?
Come hang out online with other local ISDs!
Grab your lunch, log on to Zoom, and come network and chat with other Instructional Designers from all around Metro Detroit. Each month we'll be discussing different struggles, industry changes, and new ideas that we face in the instructional design world.
Note: Members are allowed and encouraged to bring guests to this Meet-up.
The Instructional Design Special Interest Group (SIG) is dedicated to helping members enhance their instructional design skills, explore tools and techniques for designing material, and discover trends in the design world. It has been crafted for anyone in the design world, whether you're just getting started or you're a pro when it comes to designing material!
Anyone can start a SIG - all it takes is a shared interest and a meeting place!
To learn more, contact Shonna Amos, VP Development firstname.lastname@example.org.
ATD DETROIT NOVEMBER VIRTUAL CHAPTER MEETING
Recognizing and Mitigating Unconscious Bias in Organizations
Please Note: THIS SESSION WILL NOT BE RECORDED
Tuesday, November 10th, 2020
5:30pm - 7:00pm
LOCATION: Zoom (connection details will be provided upon registration)
ATD Detroit and other ATD Chapter Members: $10
In this continuation of our conversation about unconscious bias, we switch our focus from the individual to organizations and explore how unconscious bias manifests in organizations. Unconscious bias influences the organizational culture through communication and established practices such as hiring, compensation and succession planning. This leads to restriction of opportunities, decreased creativity and can impact morale and motivation of employees. We will explore the role of organizational leaders, HR and Learning managers in overcoming bias and creating and instituting policies and procedures that make their organizations diverse, inclusive and dynamic.
Dr. Iris Ware, PhD, MAIR, LPA, HCS, CPT, LO
Chief Learning Officer, City of Detroit
Dr. Ware is a Human Capital Strategist and Transformation Navigator. With more than 20 years of experience in senior leadership, managerial and consultant roles, she is known for building talent management capability, leading change, and designing accelerated learning.
Dr. Ware’s work has been featured at conferences, in publications, on podcasts and in research. She holds several degrees and certifications including Lean for Office and Services, Design Thinking, Human Performance Technology, Human Capital Strategy and Change Management.
Dr. Ware is a state licensed Personnel Consulting Agent and serves as a member of the Forbes HR Council, the Chief Learning Officer Business Intelligence Board and Harvard Business Review’s Advisory Council. She is a native Detroit.
Caroline de Arriba
Vice President of Associate and Organizational Development at Robert Bosch LLC.
Caroline has +15 years of progressive corporate and plant experience across different areas within Human Resources in three different countries.
Carolina holds a master’s degree in HR Management from the Univerdad Politecnica de Madrid (Spain) and a bachelor’s degree in Industrial and Business Administration. She holds a certification as Change Practitioner and is a Six Sigma Black Belt. She served as co-chair of MAGMA – the Michigan Alliance for Great Mobility Advancement.
Carolina is passionate about leadership and personal development topics. She hosts the Leading Yourself podcast and blog where the talks about these topics. She enjoys mentoring and coaching others.
Director of Culture and OD at Human Synergistics/ Founder of CultureUniversity.com
Tim is a 40+ year pioneer in the workplace culture field with the mission of Changing the World—One Organization at a Time®. He leads collaboration and partnering efforts with culture experts, consulting firms, industry organizations, and other groups interested in making a meaningful difference in their organization, those they support, and, ultimately, society.
He authored Build the Culture Advantage, Deliver Sustainable Performance with Clarity and Speed, which was endorsed as the "go-to" resource for building a performance culture. He previously led major culture transformations featured in the 2012 book – Leading Culture Change in Global Organizations, and consulted on others included in the 2019 book – Creating Constructive Cultures
Dr Swati Karve has a Masters in Clinical Psychology and PhD in Organizational Psychology. She has over 25 years of experience in teaching, training and OD consulting in India and in the US.
In the US she practices through her consulting firm Arcturus Global Consulting. In India she has recently founded the Swasti Institute for Learning and Development, through which she offers professional development courses to individuals and organizations. Since April 2020 she has conducted more than 4000 person days of training. She has been a member of ATD-Detroit since 2012, has been a speaker for ATD-Detroit, and served on the board as Member at large in 2013-2014. She is also a published author for ATD.
Cancellation Policy: Cancellation must be received 24 hours before the event to receive a full refund. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Time: 12:00 - 1:00pm Friday, November 20, 2020
Monday, November 23rd, 2020
This Month's Topic: Facilitators as Allies: Mitigating the impact of privilege and bias as a facilitator
Thursday, December 3rd, 2020
This Month's Topic: Jumpstarting 2021 - how are you going to lead your growth into next year?
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