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  • Tuesday, May 17, 2022 6:55 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Is Reading a Key Component of Your Professional Development?

    If yes, then you'll want to get in on our book clubs!

    Our current book club group is reading and discussing Write Better Multiple Choice Questions to Assess Learning by Patti Shank.

    Next up is Atlas of the Heart: Mapping Meaningful Human Connection and the Language of Human Connection by Brene Brown. This virtual book club starts June 9. Learn more and register here.

     

    You can also join the book talk online...

    Which books do you frequently recommend related to training, performance support, career development, and other aspects of talent development?

    Share your favorites and see what others are recommending here.

    You can also go here to tell us what you're reading right now!

     

    Is your reading focused on earning the CPTD/APTD designation?

    You're not alone! We partner with several other chapters to offer a study group. Mark your calendar now to learn about the fall study group by attending a free info session on August 23. Register here.


    UPCOMING EVENTS

    Below are some of the chapter events we currently have scheduled. You can register for all of them through our events calendar.


    The Role of Instructional Designers in Change Management

    Thursday, May 26 | 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM | Virtual

    Brought to you by the Instructional Design Special Interest Group: Through this presentation by Aaron Koenigseker we will explore the role of Instructional Designers in the process of organizational change management.


    Creating Cohesive and Engaged Teams

    Wednesday, June 1 | 5:00-6:30 PM | Broomfield Community Center

    The best teams—teams that attract and retain the best talent, and way outperform others—feel psychologically safe, have great communication norms, and are aligned to a broader sense of purpose. Unfortunately, these teams are the exception. This means most managers, who are leading in the most challenging environment ever, have never even been part of a great team environment themselves. This is terrifying.

    In this interactive event, learn how you can break the cycle of bad bosses, help your people live more human and fulfilled lives through their work, and make them far more effective, creative, and innovative at the same time. Facilitated by Michael Kester.


    Book Club: Atlas of the Heart by Brene Brown

    Two virtual meetings:
    Thursday, June 9 and Thursday, June 23 | 4:30-5:30 PM

    We will read and discuss Dr. Brown's latest book Atlas of the Heart: Mapping Meaningful Connection and the Language of Human Experience.  


    Speaking of book clubs... Which talent development books do you tend to recommend to colleagues? Share your favorites and see others' recommendations on this LinkedIn discussion thread.


    Networking at Night

    Wednesday, July 6 | 5:00-6:30 PM | ViewHouse Centennial 

    Join us for a summer happy hour networking event on a beautiful patio! Meet fellow ATD members and make new professional connections!


    CPTD/APTD Fall Study Group Info Session

    Tuesday, August 23 | 5:30-7:30 PM | Virtual

    This free information session will give you an overview of the virtual study group and what you can expect. This study group is designed for talent development professionals who are pursuing the CPTD (formerly CPLP) or APTD designation.


    Watch our events calendar and follow us on social media to learn about additional events and programs as they're posted!


    Interested in volunteering with the ATD Rocky Mountain Chapter?

    Volunteering with the chapter is an effective and fun way to deepen relationships with other chapter members and contribute to your professional community.

    Contact Katie if you're interested.


    Your ATDRMC membership includes access to events offered by our partner chapters!

    We are partnering with the Pikes Peak and Northern Rockies chapters to offer you access to even more events as part of your ATDRMC membership! 

    Go to the Special Offers page (accessible to members only) for the discount code that gives you free access to these additional events.

    Not a member yet, but want to take advantage of this? Join here.


    About the ATD Rocky Mountain Chapter

    The ATD RMC is an award winning and premier professional organization for talent development professionals in the Denver metro area. Our purpose is to educate and serve those in the talent development industry. 


    Do you have talent development books that you'd like to rehome? Visit our members only virtual book exchange


    Visit our Sponsors

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  • Tuesday, May 03, 2022 6:25 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    We're giving away a 1-year chapter membership!

    Simply join us for our May 4 event, Mentoring Up While Understanding Generations in the Workplace, to be entered into a drawing for a 1-year membership with the ATD Rocky Mountain Chapter.



    Sarah Phelps headshot

    Meet Sarah Phelps, our May speaker for the Mentoring Up While Understanding Generations in the Workplace Program.

    Sarah, what is "mentoring up" and why is it important?

    Traditionally, mentoring up is simply creating a mentoring system that empowers mentees to be active participants in their mentoring relationships.  I am reimaging it to mean so much more.

    Are there any misconceptions you frequently encounter about mentoring?

    SO many. The most frequent is that mentoring involves an older, more seasoned professional imparting knowledge to a younger, less seasoned employee. A sort of patriarchal and hierarchical model. Mentoring in an organization can go in any direction. The goal is always to build a culture in which every human is valued for their SIKE (Skills, Identity, Knowledge, Experience) and is seen as a source of value.

    Are you willing to share a fun fact about yourself?

    I worked for the circus!  News at 11!


    Mentoring Up While Understanding Generations in the Workplace will take place on Wednesday, May 4 from 5:00-6:30 PM at Hacienda Colorado on Mexico Avenue.

    Learn more about Sarah Phelps and the May program here.


    UPCOMING EVENTS

    Below are some of the chapter events we currently have scheduled. You can register for all of them through our events calendar.


    Mentoring Up While Understanding Generations in the Workplace

    Wednesday, May 4 | 5:00-6:30 PM | Hacienda Colorado on Mexico Ave

    Join us for an informative evening, learning about why embedding mentoring is vital, different types of mentoring and coaching while understanding the workplace needs of Gen Z and Millennials. If you're considering joining, creating, or growing a mentorship program, you won't want to miss Sarah Phelps!


    Accel5 Microlearning: ATDRMC Membership Benefit

    Thursday, May 12 | 4:00-5:00 PM | Virtual

    Did you know that as an ATD Rocky Mountain Chapter member, you have access to Accel5? Accel5 is a microlearning solution that drives the development of critical business skills. There thousands of topics including leadership, innovation, teamwork, presentation skills, and more available at your fingertips. Learn more about this member benefit and how to use this tool from Tom Paolucci of EBSCO Corporate Solutions, our Accel5 sponsor.


    Creating Cohesive and Engaged Teams

    Wednesday, June 1 | 5:00-6:30 PM | Broomfield Community Center

    The best teams—teams that attract and retain the best talent, and way outperform others—feel psychologically safe, have great communication norms, and are aligned to a broader sense of purpose. Unfortunately, these teams are the exception. This means most managers, who are leading in the most challenging environment ever, have never even been part of a great team environment themselves. This is terrifying.

    In this interactive event, learn how you can break the cycle of bad bosses, help your people live more human and fulfilled lives through their work, and make them far more effective, creative, and innovative at the same time.


    Book Club: Atlas of the Heart by Brene Brown

    Two virtual meetings:
    Thursday, June 9 and Thursday, June 23 | 4:30-5:30 PM

    We will read and discuss Dr. Brown's latest book Atlas of the Heart: Mapping Meaningful Connection and the Language of Human Experience.  


    Speaking of book clubs... Which talent development books do you tend to recommend to colleagues? Share your favorites and see others' recommendations on this LinkedIn discussion thread.


    Networking at Night

    Wednesday, July 6 | 5:00-6:30 PM | ViewHouse Centennial 

    Join us for a summer happy hour networking event on a beautiful patio! Meet fellow ATD members and make new professional connections!


    Watch our events calendar and follow us on social media to learn about additional events and programs as they're posted!



    Illustration of raised hands

    Interested in volunteering with the ATD Rocky Mountain Chapter?

    Volunteering with the chapter is an effective and fun way to deepen relationships with other chapter members and contribute to your professional community.

    Contact Katie if you're interested.


    Colorado ATD Partner Chapters image

    We are partnering with the Pikes Peak and Northern Rockies chapters to offer you access to even more events as part of your ATDRMC membership! 

    Go to the Special Offers page (accessible to members only) for the discount code that gives you free access to these additional events.

    Not a member yet, but want to take advantage of this? Join here.


    About the ATD Rocky Mountain Chapter

    The ATD RMC is an award winning and premier professional organization for talent development professionals in the Denver metro area. Our purpose is to educate and serve those in the talent development industry. 

    Do you have talent development books that you'd like to rehome? Visit our members only virtual book exchange

    Visit Our Sponsors

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  • Tuesday, April 19, 2022 7:10 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Collaboration with the Rocky Mountain ADA Center

    An invitation from Jill L. Bezyak, PhD, CRC, Licensed Psychologist, and Professor from the University of Northern Colorado:

    The Rocky Mountain ADA Center has developed a new training for HR professionals on implicit bias towards individuals with disabilities and how it may impact employment opportunities. We are asking for your feedback to ensure it best meets the needs of HR professionals. We are conducting two focus groups to receive feedback on this training, and participants will be able to view the training prior to attending their designated focus group. Your participation and feedback will allow us to further improve the training. Previous experience or knowledge working with individuals with disabilities is not necessary to participate in this focus group.

    There are two opportunities to participate in focus groups, which will both be held over Zoom.

    • Wed. April 20th from 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
    • Thurs. April 21st from 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM

    All focus group participants will receive a $25 Amazon gift card for their participation following completion of a brief demographic survey completed after the focus group.

    If you are interested in participating in this focus group, please email jill.bezyak@unco.edu indicating your willingness to participate and which date you prefer to attend. At that time, I will send you the training to view and the Zoom link for the focus group.


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    COMING APRIL 25-29:

    Invest in your professional development with discounts on bestselling ATD products.

    We're talking savings on the ATD International Conference & Expo, 20% off certificate and masters programs, and 20% off books. Not to mention research reports for only $50.

    Remember to bundle in membership! ATD national membership provides exclusive members-only content and trusted resources to support your work. During the sale, you'll save 10% on your ATD national membership in addition to the $30 discount you receive as a power member.

    Our chapter receives a portion of purchase through the Chapter Incentive Program (ChIP). Be sure to select our name from the dropdown menu on the final page of checkout to send a portion of your purchase to our chapter.

    This sale is coming April 25-29!


    UPCOMING EVENTS

    Below are some of the chapter events we currently have scheduled. You can register for all of them through our events calendar.


    Panel Discussion: Party of One or Small Team ID

    Thursday, April 21 | 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM | Virtual

    This panel discussion will focus on how Instructional Designers can create influence, build a sense of community, and promote yourself when you are a party of one ID or part of a very small team. You will develop methods to create influence, and community during this discussion. 


    Book Club: Atlas of the Heart by Brene Brown

    Two virtual meetings:
    Thursday, June 9 and Thursday, June 23 | 4:30-5:30 PM

    We will read and discuss Dr. Brown's latest book Atlas of the Heart: Mapping Meaningful Connection and the Language of Human Experience.  


    Speaking of book clubs... Which talent development books do you tend to recommend to colleagues? Share your favorites and see others' recommendations on this LinkedIn discussion thread.


    Watch our events calendar and follow us on social media to learn about additional events and programs as they're posted!


    Interested in volunteering with the ATD Rocky Mountain Chapter?

    Volunteering with the chapter is an effective and fun way to deepen relationships with other chapter members and contribute to your professional community.

    Contact Katie if you're interested.


    Colorado ATD Partner Chapters image

    Your ATDRMC membership includes access to events offered by our partner chapters!

    We are partnering with the Pikes Peak and Northern Rockies chapters to offer you access to even more events as part of your ATDRMC membership! 

    Go to We are partnering with the Pikes Peak and Northern Rockies chapters to offer you access to even more events as part of your ATDRMC membership! 

    Go to the Special Offers page (accessible to members only) for the discount code that gives you free access to these additional events.

    Not a member yet, but want to take advantage of this? Join here.

    Special Offers page (accessible to members only) for the discount code that gives you free access to these additional events.

    Not a member yet, but want to take advantage of this? Join here.

    Visit our Sponsors


    core strengths logo

     

    Ossom Jobs Logo

     

    Accel5 logo

     

    degreed logo


    About the ATD Rocky Mountain Chapter

    The ATD RMC is an award winning and premier professional organization for talent development professionals in the Denver metro area. Our purpose is to educate and serve those in the talent development industry. 

    Do you have talent development books that you'd like to rehome? Visit our members only virtual book exchange


     
     


  • Tuesday, April 05, 2022 10:57 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Jolie Wills headshot

    Meet Jolie Wills, speaker for our program on Workforce Resilience on April 6.

    Jolie is the co-founder and director of Hummingly.

    Jolie, your website explains that Hummingly was inspired by your experience working in post-disaster environments. What led you to that work?

    I’m a cognitive scientist, so I’ve always been interested in how cumulative stress and pressure impact our performance – as humans it’s a side effect of how we’re biologically set up and our organizations consist of a bunch of humans. What I didn’t anticipate is the twist that my professional and personal life had in store for me when the Christchurch earthquakes happened – Christchurch being my home city. After decades being immersed in disasters and interviewing crisis leaders all over the world, we knew what was needed to prepare teams to perform well, especially under pressure. This expertise wasn’t getting into the hands of teams who needed or wanted it, so we packaged it up. 

    Are there any misconceptions about resilience that you frequently encounter?

    There are plenty. Which to pick? One is that resilience is solely the personal responsibility of the employee. We know that factors at the organizational and team levels impact the wellbeing and resilience of our people. Hummingly has a triple responsibility model for wellbeing and resilience with actions needed at the individual, team, and organizational levels. This is fitting because if we get it wrong, the risks are significant and the ramifications will be felt at all three levels – not just with the individual. The exciting piece is that when we get it right, growth, wellbeing, and performance benefits are felt right through the organization.

     

    Are you willing to share a fun fact about yourself?

    I’m not sure if it’s a fun fact but definitely an unusual one. I was the only girl at an all-boys school for a couple of years. With the skew in education at the time, that’s what it took to pursue my love of math and science. It’s a time I identify as resilience-building, that’s for sure!

    Click here to register for the Workforce Resilience in Times of Adversity program on April 6 at Blake Street Tavern.


     

    UPCOMING EVENTS

    Below are some of the chapter events we currently have scheduled. You can register for all of them through our events calendar.


    Workforce Resilience in Times of Adversity

    Wednesday, April 6 | 5:00-6:30 PM 

    Blake Street Tavern

    Learning and development professionals play a vital role in supporting an organization to be "up for the challenge" in challenging times. Explore simple methods for connection, sparking wellbeing conversations and supporting performance under pressure. And have some fun connecting with others along the way. 

    This session will contain a mix of science, stories, practical activities, and connection. 


    Book Club: Write Better Multiple Choice Questions to Assess Learning

    Two virtual meetings:
    Thursday, April 14 and Thursday, April 28 | 4:30-5:30 PM

    This book describes how to write well-written learning objectives that explain what we should assess, and write multiple-choice questions that assess the knowledge and skills in the learning objectives.

    It offers many examples, exercises, and job aids to make adoption of these tactics easier. The book is written for anyone who needs to write effective multiple-choice questions to assess important skills.


    Panel Discussion: Party of One or Small Team ID

    Thursday, April 21 | 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM | Virtual

    This panel discussion will focus on how Instructional Designers can create influence, build a sense of community, and promote yourself when you are a party of one ID or part of a very small team. You will develop methods to create influence, and community during this discussion. 


     

    Illustration of raised hands

    Interested in volunteering with the ATD Rocky Mountain Chapter?

    Volunteering with the chapter is an effective and fun way to deepen relationships with other chapter members and contribute to your professional community.

    Contact Katie if you're interested.


     

    Colorado ATD Partner Chapters image

    Your ATDRMC membership includes access to events offered by our partner chapters!

    We are partnering with the Pikes Peak and Northern Rockies chapters to offer you access to even more events as part of your ATDRMC membership! 

    Go to the Special Offers page (accessible to members only) for the discount code that gives you free access to these additional events.

    Not a member yet, but want to take advantage of this? Join here.


     



  • Tuesday, March 22, 2022 11:11 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
     

    What do you want from the Instructional Design Special Interest Group?

    We're excited that Mary Hoftiezer has volunteered to lead the instructional design special interest group!

    What do you want from this group? What topics would you like to discuss? Are you interested in presenting or is there someone you'd recommend?

    Share your suggestions with us via this LinkedIn discussion, or you can email Mary directly.

    Check out the next ID SIG event, on April 21, here!

    UPCOMING EVENTS

    You can always check our events calendar to see events as they're added. 

    Informal Networking Happy Hour

    Friday, April 1 | 4:30-6:30 PM

    Lone Tree Brewing Company

    Join the ATD RMC as we get together in person to get to know each other (again)! This informal networking event is free and open to all Denver-area talent development professionals.

    This event is free for all who wish to attend. Drinks and food are on your own.

    Register here.

    Workforce Resilience in Times of Adversity

    Wednesday, April 6 | 5:00-6:30 PM 

    Blake Street Tavern

    Learning and development professionals play a vital role in supporting an organization to be "up for the challenge" in challenging times. Explore simple methods for connection, sparking wellbeing conversations and supporting performance under pressure. And have some fun connecting with others along the way. 

    This session will contain a mix of science, stories, practical activities, and connection. 

    Register here.

    Book Club: Write Better Multiple Choice Questions to Assess Learning

    Two virtual meetings:
    Thursday, April 14 and Thursday, April 28 | 4:30-5:30 PM

    This book describes how to write well-written learning objectives that explain what we should assess, and write multiple-choice questions that assess the knowledge and skills in the learning objectives.

    It offers many examples, exercises, and job aids to make adoption of these tactics easier. The book is written for anyone who needs to write effective multiple-choice questions to assess important skills.

    Join us to discuss! Register here.

    Panel Discussion: Party of One or Small Team ID

    Thursday, April 21 | 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM | Virtual

    This panel discussion will focus on how Instructional Designers can create influence, build a sense of community, and promote yourself when you are a party of one ID or part of a very small team. You will develop methods to create influence, and community during this discussion. 

    Register here.

    Interested in volunteering with the ATD Rocky Mountain Chapter?

    Volunteering with the chapter is an effective and fun way to deepen relationships with other chapter members and contribute to your professional community.

    Contact Katie if you're interested.

    Your ATDRMC membership includes access to events offered by our partner chapters!

    We are partnering with the Pikes Peak and Northern Rockies chapters to offer you access to even more events as part of your ATDRMC membership! We're including their events on our event calendar.

    Go to the Special Offers page (accessible to members only) for the discount code that gives you free access to these additional events.

    Not a member yet, but want to take advantage of this? Join here.


    About the ATD Rocky Mountain Chapter

    The ATD RMC is an award winning and premier professional organization for talent development professionals in the Denver metro area. Our purpose is to educate and serve those in the talent development industry. 

    Do you have talent development books that you'd like to rehome? Visit our members only virtual book exchange

    Visit our Sponsors


    core strengths logo

      

    Ossom Jobs Logo

      

    Accel5 logo

      

    degreed logo


  • Tuesday, March 12, 2019 2:39 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)



    3/12 Tuesday Tidbits


     

    Please join us this month for the following events!

    Have you been participating in our Social Intelligence For Business Certificate?  It is not too late to join!

    When: Thursday, March 14 - Rescheduled to June 

    Time: 9:00 - 4:00

    Where: DISH Network See Event 

    Register Now!  

    Our Netwalk's are a great opportunity to network with industry professionals and get some outdoor time in!

    When: Wednesday, March 20

    Time: 5:30 PM

    Where: Washington Park Rec Center

    Register Now! 

     

    RESCHEDULED EVENT 

    Our Chapter event from February was cancelled due to weather concerns.  We have been able to reschedule it!  We hope you will join us.   

    Lessons Learned On Mt Everest: Impact The Culture Of A Multi Generational Workforce.


    When: Thursday, March 21

    Time: 5:00 PM 

    Where: Blue Moon Brewing, 

                 3750 Chestnut Pl Denver 80216 

     

    Register Now! 


    Reminder: Are you unsure where to find a listing of chapter events? Please check the weekly mailings for a listing of our next three events! Events are also posted on our Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter Pages.  

    We would like to thank our sponsors:




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    Did you know that we have a blog?  This is a blog written by talented professionals right here in our own community.  If you would like to write for this blog, we would love to have you!  Please contact us!  This would be a great way to contribute to our community!

     


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  • Monday, February 11, 2019 8:42 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)



    2/11 Tuesday Tidbits


    CPLP Study Group

    Are you looking for a way to validate your knowledge and skills in the industry and be a differentiator?  Consider the Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP) certification.


    The Rocky Mountain Chapter offers a virtual study group to support those that are embarking on the CPLP journey.  Our next cohort will run from 3/5-5/21, so registertoday!  Looking for more information? Register for the information session on 2/26 to learn more about the study group.



    Reminder: Are you unsure where to find a listing of chapter events? Please check the weekly mailings for a listing of our next three events! Events are also posted on our Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter Pages.  

    We would like to thank our sponsors:




    The easiest way to record, manage and stream your video content. 



    Benefits of Power Membership:


    ATD Links and The Buzz e-newsletters  


    Don't forget to check out the Talent Musings Blog on our Blog page.  This is a blog written by talented professionals right here in our own community. 


    Consultants' SIG

    Tuesday, Feb 12th

    Register Now!


    February Netwalk

    Wednesday, Feb 20th

    Register Now!


    Instructional Design SIG

    Thursday, Feb 21st

    Register Now!


    Purchase books through Amazon using our Amazon Smile Account


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  • Tuesday, February 05, 2019 8:38 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)



    2/5 Tuesday Tidbits


    Volunteers Wanted!

    Volunteering with ATD RMC is a great way to provide professional development.  There are many a variety of opportunities within the chapter that will provide meaningful connections with peers in YOUR community.  Get an opportunity to learn new skills!  And help build your confidence. With an expanded network, increased knowledge and improved skills, your employer is sure to notice the positive impact.

    Please contact us to find out what opportunities are available within the chapter.  We would love to have you! 


    Reminder: Are you unsure where to find a listing of chapter events? Please check the weekly mailings for a listing of our next three events! Events are also posted on our Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter Pages.  

    We would like to thank our sponsors:




    The easiest way to record, manage and stream your video content. 



    Benefits of Power Membership:


    ATD Links and The Buzz e-newsletters  


    Don't forget to check out the Talent Musings Blog on our Blog page.  This is a blog written by talented professionals right here in our own community. 


    Feb Chapter Meeting

    Wednesday, Feb 6th

    Register Now!


    Talent Development

    Book Club

    Friday, Feb 8th

    Register Now!


    Consultants' SIG

    Tuesday, Feb 12th

    Register Now!



    Purchase books through Amazon using our Amazon Smile Account


    ATD RMC Amazon Smile Link


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  • Tuesday, January 22, 2019 7:46 PM | Anonymous



    1/22 Tuesday Tidbits


    The 2018 Annual Report is now available!

    Please take a moment to read the Annual Report.  It is available on the ATD -RMC website.


    Reminder: Are you unsure where to find a listing of chapter events? Please check the weekly mailings for a listing of our next three events! Events are also posted on our Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter Pages.  

    We would like to thank our sponsor:




    The easiest way to record, manage and stream your video content.



    Benefits of Power Membership:


    ATD Links and The Buzz e-newsletters  


    Don't forget to check out the Talent Musings Blog on our Blog page.  This is a blog written by talented professionals right here in our own community. 


    January Netwalk

    Thursday, Jan 31st

    Register Now!

    Feb Chapter Meeting

    Wednesday, Feb 6th

    Register Now!


    Consultants' SIG

    Tuesday, Feb 12th

    Register Now!


    Purchase books through Amazon using our Amazon Smile Account


    ATD RMC Amazon Smile Link


    Office: +1 (720) 316 -7662, Address: 9888 W Belleview Ave  Ste 2116, Denver, CO 80123
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  • Tuesday, January 15, 2019 7:50 PM | Anonymous



    1/15 Tuesday Tidbits


    Mark your calendar for our upcoming events!

    Social Intelligence For Business - Four Workshop Program (Workshop 1)

    When: Thursday, January 17

    Time: 9:00 - 4:00

    Where: DISH Network See Event


    Register Now!


    Lessons Learned on Mt. Everest: Impact The Culture of a Multi-Generational Workforce

    When: Wednesday, February 6th

    Time: 5:00 - 7:00

    Where: Blue Moon Brewing Company

         3750 Chestnut Place

         Denver, CO 80216

    Register Now!

    Instructional Design SIG - Discussion: Instructional Design Process Unfolding

    When: Thursday, February 21st

    Time: 6:00 - 8:00

    Where: Daniels Fund

         101 Monroe St

         Denver, CO 80206


    Register Now!


    We would like to thank our sponsors:




    The easiest way to record, manage and stream your video content.



    Benefits of Power Membership:


    ATD Links and The Buzz e-newsletters  


    Don't forget to check out the Talent Musings Blog on our Blog page.  This is a blog written by talented professionals right here in our own community. 



    Purchase books through Amazon using our Amazon Smile Account


    ATD RMC Amazon Smile Link


    Office: +1 (720) 316 -7662, Address: 9888 W Belleview Ave  Ste 2116, Denver, CO 80123
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