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Upcoming events

    • Wednesday, April 25, 2018
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Webinar - Information sent out 24 hours before the session
    Register

    Mindful Mornings: A movement to Engage and Inspire Your Workplace

    Good things happen when you take a few minutes to connect with the people around you. Mindful Mornings helps elevate your work experience. Discuss topics such as leadership, motivation, perseverance, and more. Learn how to implement this simple, yet effective strategy, even if you are not in an official leadership position. Mindful Mornings helps improve job satisfaction and the quality of work relationships, cohesiveness and effectiveness of the organization, and thus, profitability.

    In this session, you will: 

    • Learn how to Successfully implement Mindful Mornings to build a happier, more cohesive team, increase effectiveness across departments, develop leaders, instill confidence, and improve profitability.

    About the Presenter:


    Patti Bryant CEO

    Learning Reinvented

    Patti Bryant is the CEO and founder of Learning Reinvented and leader of the Online Network of Independent Learning Professionals worldwide community of over 800 members. She has worked with large organizations such as Chipotle and culture changing organizations such as The Marcus Buckingham Company to improve organizational effectiveness and profitability. Patti has a bachelors in Information Systems Security, a masters in E-Learning Instructional Implementation and Design, 8 years of training experience, and was voted 2015 Emerging Training Leader to Watch by Training Magazine. A few years ago, she embarked on a “Mindful Journey” where she became very intentional about life. In 2013, she decided to help others be intentional as well, and began a Mindful Morning group in her workplace. This sparked the creation of this book, a tool for daily intentional living.

    Audience:

    Intermediate, beginner, and advanced

    ATD Competency Model Areas of Expertise:

    • Performance Improvement
    • Integrated Talent Management
    • Coaching

    Location Information:

    Webinar information sent to participants 24 hours before session. 

    Calendar:

    Click here to add this event to your calendar. 

    All members, Executive Advisory Council, and lifetime members:

    This session is included in your membership. Please log into your account to register, so we have an accurate headcount. 

    • Thursday, May 03, 2018
    • 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Larimer Social 1427 Larimer St, Denver, CO

    Partner Event
    Degreed Focus Breakfast
    Become a Learning & Development Influencer at Your Organization

    Degreed is hosting a morning workshop on May 3rd in downtown Denver for Learning & Development, Human Resources, training and business leader. Please join them as an attendee.

    The workshop will be led by industry expert, Dani Johnson, RedThread Research's Principal Analyst and the former VP of Learning and Career Research at Bersin by Deloitte. During the workshop, we will discuss the latest thinking and research on the L&D capabilities organizations need and create an actionable plan to move your team from being “doers” to being “influencers”. 

    Degreed is offering complementary tickets to ATD Rocky Mountain Chapter members. Use promo code DFDENATD2018 when registering. The code expires on May 1st so RSVP today!

    Speaker:

    Dani Johnson, Co-founder and Principal Analyst

    RedThread

    Dani is an ATD 2017 Thought Leader award winner and an accomplished author of 21 publications on learning and development. 'Not only is she incredibly gifted in conducting and writing thought provoking, credible and inspiring research; she also has a gift for speaking about it with passion and enthusiasm that creates a bias for action. From a business standpoint, I've seen and heard first hand the impact her insights have had in transforming our members organizations- her solid ideas are conveyed in a way that makes sense and is actionable enabling them to make good decisions that impact many key drivers of organizational success.' Natasha Beach.

    Registration:

    Please register with Degreed by clicking here and use the registration code DFENDATD2018. Registration closes May 1st. 

    Refreshments:

    Breakfast will be served. 

    Parking:

    On street or garage near venue. 

    Target Audiences:

    Beginner, intermediate and expert.

    ATD Competency Model - Areas of expertise:

    • Managing learning programs
    • Evaluating learning impact
    • Integrated talent management
    • Tuesday, May 08, 2018
    • 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
    • Webinar

    Partner Event - ATD Pikes Peak Chapter 
    Removing Communication Barriers Webinar

    Description:  This session will introduce you to an easy, but powerful, visual learning design method called Learning Environment Modeling or LEM.  This method will help diverse stakeholders and learning professionals share a single vision and expectations of an anticipated learning solution.

    We will learn to correlate specific design elements to learning results, and how to facilitate more effective communications throughout the design process. This is a great addition and follow up to our discussion with Ann Rush in April!

    Participants learn how to:

    • Visually communicate the correlations of specific design elements to learning results.
    • Use LEM to collaborate effectively with diverse role project teams.
    • Use a learning environment design system and tool to reduce ego-centered attitudes during the design process.

    Presenter: Phylise Banner, Founder and President of Phylise Banner Consulting

    Phylise Banner is a learning experience design pioneer with a commitment to seeking out and embracing innovation in order to best serve learners, and to create vibrant and engaged communities of practice.  Phylise has over 25 years leadership experience in transformational teaching and learning approaches with academia, industry, and government.

    READ her featured article in TD magazine, August 2017 titled bringing content strategy into the blend.

    So, think of some great questions, bring a current issue with a project, and take this opportunity to learn new things or upskill.  We'll send out the WebEx link closer to the session.

    Investment: 
    • All Members = FREE
    • Affiliate Member = Free with code
    • Nonmembers = $10

    ATD Pikes Peak Chapter Refund Policy: Refunds will be issued up to 5 days before an event, meeting, or webinar. We are unable to issue refunds later than that date.

    • Wednesday, May 23, 2018
    • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    • Four Winds Interactive 1221 Broadway, Denver, CO 80203
    • 50
    Register

    Using technology to build an amazing culture

    Does your workplace culture need an innovative boost? Join CultureLabX for an experiential session where you can network, share ideas on building an amazing culture in your organization and see how Four Winds Interactive uses technology to impact culture in their workplace.

    In this session, you will: 

    • Take away innovative ideas that will help you build an amazing culture in your workplace. 

    Presented by:

    ATD RMC Four Winds Interactive
    Culture Labx

    Presenter:

    David Levin, CEO
    Four Winds Interactive

    Audience:

    Intermediate, beginner, and advanced

    ATD Competency Model Areas of Expertise:

    • Performance Improvement
    • Change Management
    • Integrated Talent Management

    Location Information:

    Parking on street or at the Cultural Center Complex Garage.

    Refreshments:

    Appetizers and soft drinks.

    Calendar:

    Click to add this event to your calendar. 

    All inclusive members, EAC and Lifetime Members:

    Please log into your account to register, so we have an accurate headcount. 

    • Wednesday, June 20, 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Daniels Fund, 101 Monroe Street Denver, CO 80206
    • 18
    Register

    ATD ROCKY MOUNTAIN CHAPTER
    LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP
    SHOW AND TELL

    Description:

    Join us for the very first meeting of the Learning Technologies Special Interest Group (SIG). Presenters will share the learning technologies that they are using to engage learners in their eLearning and instructor-led courses. 

    What is a Special Interest Group?

    The ATD RMC's SIGs address particular areas of interest for our members and the Denver metro learning and development community. The Learning Technologies SIG will be less formal than a Chapter meeting and the majority of our content will be provided by attendees. You are our experts!  

    What are Learning Technologies?

    ATD defines Learning Technologies as eLearning and using technology to support learning and performance. 

    Presenters:

    YOU! This is a great opportunity to show your work. Would you like to make a 10 to 15 minute presentation about Learning Technology that you're using to engage learners? Submit your idea here. We will accept submissions until May 14, 2018 or until all slots are filled. Presenters will be notified by May 20th. 

    Presenters and topics will be added closer to the event date. 

    Cost:

    This first SIG meeting is free for all to attend, please register since we have limited seating available. (Future meetings will be free to all-inclusive members and $10 for all other attendees). 

    Refreshments:

    Light snacks will be provided. 

    Location:

    Daniels Fund [Map]

    Parking:

    Free parking at the Daniels Fund [Map]

    Calendar:

    Click here to add this event to your calendar. 

    Questions:

    Contact Ginger Nichols, Vice President of Technology 

    • Tuesday, July 31, 2018
    • Friday, August 03, 2018
    • Denver - TBA

    ATD National
    ATD Master Trainer Program in Denver

    This unique assessment-based program has expert facilitators working closely with you to help you master all aspects of training delivery. With this program, you’ll identify areas where you excel, and where you have opportunities for growth. You’ll benefit from collaborative and concrete training, and then be invited to assess your skills and knowledge.

    Proving your ability will earn you the respected title of ATD Master Trainer.  Become part of this exclusive group today.

    To learn more about this ATD National in-person training click here

    Thank you for using the ATD Rocky Mountain Chapter's ChIP code, CH6046, when registering. 

    • Thursday, August 16, 2018
    • Friday, August 17, 2018
    • MicroTek Denver

    ATD National
    ATD Consulting skills Certificate

    Achieving success as a business partner in your organization requires strong consulting skills and relationship building. Through ATD’s practical 5-D Consulting model, learn effective internal consulting skills that will enable you to help your clients achieve their desired outcomes, establish goals, and manage expectations. Guide clients through an instructional design or organizational development project: help them overcome obstacles and resistance, and build your credibility to influence decision-making.

    To learn more about this ATD National in-person training click here

    Thank you for using the ATD Rocky Mountain Chapter's ChIP code, CH6046, when registering. 

    • Wednesday, November 28, 2018
    • Friday, November 30, 2018
    • MicroTek Denver

    ATD National
    ATD Training Certificate

    Gain a practical, how-to overview of the entire training function. Through modeling of the best practices and latest techniques in training delivery, discover the 4Ps of training: Purpose & Assessment, Planning & Preparation, Presentation & Facilitation, and Performance & Evaluation. New trainers will gain a strong foundation in critical training skills and seasoned trainers will be introduced to new approaches for delivering powerful training.

    To learn more about this ATD National in-person training click here

    Thank you for using the ATD Rocky Mountain Chapter's ChIP code, CH6046, when registering. 

By registering or attending any ATD-sponsored event, I am consenting to the use of my image on ATD’s monthly newsletters, brochures, emails, website, and marketing materialsRefund Policy:  Refunds will be issued up to 5 days before an event, meeting, or webinar.  We are unable to issue refunds later than that date. Contact info@atdrmc.org for more information. Please note, partner events may have different cancellation/refund policies. 


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