Creating a Culture of Learning
Facilitated by Megan Cardenas,
Vice President, Training Manager at U.S. Bancorp Fund Services and SEWI-ATD Member
The purpose of our PDN is to bring together managers and supervisors within our industry to discuss topics of interest, current industry trends, collaborate on best practices, and connect with other colleagues in similar roles. Our goal is to help members of this network improve professionally and bring greater value to the organizations they serve.
Managers and supervisors, we hope you will join us! You do not need to be a member of the chapter to participate in our PDN.
After a hiatus, we're coming back together! Please join us on June 26th. Our topic will be Learning Styles: Are They a Myth? Soon we'll be posting out here a TedTalk about Learning Styles to review and then we'll come together to chat and how it applies to our work in the Instructional Design space!
Christine Peters and Melissa Braun will be joining me to facilitate this ID PDN! I'm really excited to have them join me as volunteers to plan, facilitate and keep the ID PDN vibrant.
We look forward to seeing you on June 26th at the Greendale Public Library Community Room!
Please join our Facebook Group if you would like to keep even more in the loop about the ID PDN meetings!
This event is currently
However, you can still join our wait-list in case a seat opens up!
Increasingly, workplace assessments are recognized as tools that add immense value to organizations. In fact, more and more organizations are turning to assessments to accelerate onboarding and employee development. Assessments can provide an objective data point that can help individuals and organizations better understand the individual, their fit within the organizations, and how they contribute to the team. The key to increasing their true value is proper and consistent use.
On June 29, Dan Freschi will explore powerful workplace assessments, what makes them powerful, and how they can be used to shed light on blind spots, help people find their fit, and identify skill gaps. Dan will share stories from his experience using the assessments across industries.
About Our Speaker: Dan, President of EDGE-Where Leadership Begins, has more than 15 years of experience in leadership, human resources, coaching, and employee/team development. He is certified in Hogan Assessment Systems, Everything DiSC, PXT Select, and a number of other assessments and talent development tools. When Dan is not being an Assessment Nerd, he enjoys coaching baseball and spending time with his family.
You can learn more about Dan’s education, military experience, and community at www.whereleadershipbegins.com.
It's time to celebrate summer with your friends at SEWI-ATD!
6732 W Fairview Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53213
Thursday, July 19, 2018
5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Come and enjoy great company, meet new people, laugh, and share ideas.
The vibe at Maxie’s has been described as,“walking into a party that’s in full swing.” A perfect setting for the SEWI-ATD Summer Social.
Everyone is welcome. SEWI-ATD Members, this event is free for you. If you wish to bring a guest, you may register them for $15.00. The non-member rate is $25.00.
Space is limited so register now. We look forward to seeing you! Don’t miss this great networking opportunity with your fellow SEWI-ATD members.
It's no surprise that corporate learning is experiencing a massive, tectonic shift. From experience design to augmented reality, consumer and digital trends have found their way into the corporate learning environment.
Learner expectations are changing, technology is evolving, and learning leaders are working to adapt their strategies to meet these demands.
ATD-SEWI Chapter is pleased to announce an informative session to review these trends and learn from area Fortune 1000 learning leaders on how they are managing through and leveraging these trends.
The CARA Group will kick off the session with a brief summary of findings from their current research study on the state of corporate learning, to be followed by a panel discussion.
Julie Ariens – Asst. Director Leadership Development HR, Northwestern Mutual Insurance
Caroline Dumont – VP Buildings Product & Channel Learning, Johnson Controls
LaVay Lauter – SVP Talent Development, RW Baird
Aimee Louw – Director Learning and Development, Aurora Health Care
Moderator: Michelle Reid-Powell – VP Talent Management & Organizational Effectiveness, The CARA Group
Michelle will provide a Summary of Learning and Development trends and how these trends are impacting organizational structures, as well as the upskilling Learning and Development departments.