Monday, February 22nd, 2021
This Month's Topic:
Five Ways to Distinguish Yourself in the Fast & Furious Drive to Adaptability
Location: Zoom (connection info will be provided after registration)
Cost: Free for ATD Detroit and other local Chapter Members
Everyone’s talking about a competitive advantage in business but do you have one as a facilitator or talent development professional? Regardless of your job status—searching, applying, working, advancing or leaving—adaptability is one of the best ways for you to stand out and be distinguished from others regardless of your job role. It is essential to your work relationships and job performance while it is critical to your leadership ability. This session will help you understand what adaptability really is and five ways to use it as your distinguishing factor. Be a part of this learning experience to build on the adaptability action plan you have or start one you definitely need. You will leave this event ready to be an AQ game changer!
· Importance of adaptability and working knowledge of AQ
· Five ways to be distinguished with adaptability
· Adaptability action plan starting steps
Presenter: Dr. Esther Jackson
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.
Note: SIGs are designed for ATD Detroit and other local Chapter Members
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 the VP Development, email@example.com.