February 2017 Presidents Message
February is national American Heart Month, and of course all things red with Valentine’s Day coming up. In order to satisfy your love for learning Rocky Mountain Chapter is focusing on how we can meet your heart needs by developing learning circles.
Our speaker for the February 28th chapter meeting, Joel Lamoreaux of Pikes Peak Chapter, will talk about Learning Circles and the science behind them. “With great intentions, we build complex programs that we believe drive deeper knowledge and behavioral change, but sometimes big efforts lead to small results.” Further, he will provide us with a process and templates to for ways to implement Learning Circles in your workplace.
Ruth M. Allender publishes another TD Magazine article
If you are a national ATD member, in your TD Magazine for this month, Ruth M. Allender, a Rocky Mountain Chapter member has her article published titled, “Take a Me-First Approach to Compliance Training.” This article is also available on the ATD Store at https://www.td.org/Store, and Training blog at https://www.td.org/Publications/Magazines/TD/TD-Archive/2017/02/Take-a-Me-First-Approach-to-Compliance-Training.
On that same note, would you like to publish an article telling our membership something that you are working on in your work place? For as little as $75, you can publish a brief article in the ATD Rocky Mountain Chapter’s monthly newsletter. If interested, please contact Shawn Evans, VP Sponsorships, at email@example.com.
We would love to hear what you are enjoying most about ATD Rocky Mountain Chapter. You can Tweet us at @atdrmc, start a conversation on LinkedIn and/or Facebook, or send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I would love to hear from you or talk with you about your ideas and suggestions for keeping ATD Rocky Mountain Chapter your "go to" place for building your network and supporting your professional development goals.
Yvonne Bogard, CPLP
2017 Chapter President
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