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    • 06 Aug 2019
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Simplify Compliance, 100 Winners Circle, Brentwood
    Register

    The ATD Nashville chapter board is comprised of leaders, just like you, interested in serving others.  

    We invite engagement from all ATD members at any time.  How would you like to serve our chapter?  The leadership council requires volunteers throughout the year.  Current roles include programs, finance, professional development, membership, technology, sponsorship, and special events.

    The contact information of current board members is located on our website.  Should you have an interest in attending any of these monthly meetings please contact the current board president.  Meeting locations may be restricted by space, and virtual participation is common.

    For your reference, all board meeting notes, annual financial updates, and digital "tool kits" of roles are posted in the "Members Only" section of our website.  

    There is also a lot of information available for chapter leaders, including prospective board members, at https://www.td.org/Members/Chapters/Chapter-Leader-Community/Resources

    FYI, we typically send board members to the annual ATD Leaders Conference (ALC) in Washington, DC.  In 2015 4 board members attended.  In 2016 3 board members attended.

    Please join us. Voluntary organizations like ATD require service from great leaders.

    The location is Simplify Compliance, 100 Winners Circle, in Brentwood, TN. Additional location details are provided upon registration.

    Information to connect virtually:
    Dial-in number (US): (605) 472-5718
    Access code: 385108#
    Online meeting ID: atd_nashville
    Join the online meeting:
    https://join.freeconferencecall.com/atd_nashville

    • 15 Aug 2019
    • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • TBD
    Register



    Why Learner Experience Matters: Preparing for the Learners of Tomorrow

    Over the past 10 years, access to mobile devices and the incredible user experiences designed by companies like Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, and Google have dramatically altered the expectations of learners, resulting in disappointment when they come into contact with many learning solutions. If strictly using typical learning design tools and methods isn’t leading you to the leap in learner experience, you need to position yourself for the future as a value-added platform for employee acquisition and retention. In a recent LinkedIn Learning research report, nearly two-thirds of learning professionals wouldn’t even recommend their own learning solutions to their learners. It’s a travesty that so many are working so hard to create products they don’t love and don’t recommend.

    In this session, you will explore the 5 tools L&D professionals can use to create incredible experiences. You’ll learn the basics of how to develop personas and use those personas to choose your learning approach. You’ll learn how to leverage user research tools like empathy interviews and usability studies to hone your solutions throughout the development cycles. You'll even get the chance to practice creating an empathy interviewing script you can take back and use! All combined, you’ll have a brand new set of tools and approaches to continue creating solutions that address business needs, but in a way that learners actually want to use.

    In this session, you will learn:
    • Why learner experience matters and how to discuss it with your leaders
    • The five most common tools of learner experience
    • How to conduct interviews to develop learner personas, including 20 questions to help you get started
    • About the basics of conducting user research—specifically, empathy interviews
    • How to incorporate UX tools and methodologies into your instructional design processes

    Student Members: $10
    Members: $20
    Non-Members: $35

    5:00 - 5:45 - live music, welcome, networking, catered dinner
    5:45 - 6:45 - facilitated program
    6:45 - 7:00 - closing, networking

    Parking: There is ample free parking.

    Location is near I-440 and Nolensville Pike.

    About Matthew:


    Matthew Daniel is a high-energy, no-holds-barred, tell-it-like-it-is learning technologist and learner experience advocate working in and with some of the largest and most innovative companies across the country (including six years in one of the nations top ten banks – Capital One). While he’s implemented LMSs, LCMSs, Social Learning Platforms, and Curation Tools– his biggest success comes not in the implementation of the system, but in helping learning professionals figure out how to take their existing skills and experience and adapt to the digital age in a realistic way.

    Matthew believes in building incredible learning experiences, not just events – that all begins with good instructional design, but it has to be wrapped in incredible user experience. Prior to implementing learning systems, Matthew was an instructional designer who built large-scale new hire and upskill programs for organizations like Homeland Security, the DoD, Honeywell, Valero, and ExxonMobil.

    Today, Matthew works with learning software companies on product design, consults on learning transformation, and inspires learning professionals to adopt new technologies and create amazing experiences to transform the lives of our learners.

    • 19 Aug 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Cool Springs Brewery, 600A Frazier Dr, Franklin, TN
    Register

    Join us at The Consultant’s SIG.

    In 2019, we will meet every other month, on the third Monday, from 6:00 p.m.- 7:30 p.m. at Cool Springs Brewery in the back room, or upstairs, at 600A Frazier Dr #135, Franklin, TN 37067.

    This SIG is designed to meet the unique needs of ATD Nashville’s consultant members. We always have lively conversations on topics related to talent development. Please join us to network, share needs or gather resources. Themes vary monthly.

    If you would like to present a case study or best practices please contact Mark Kenny or Doug Gray so that we inform others about your topic.

    The SIG is open to all consultants (internal, external, and those considering becoming one). We encourage you to join us to:
    • Meet people who have a broad range of consulting experience.
    • Bring a current work challenge, idea, reading topic, or new tool to add to the group discussion.
    • Relax and enjoy socializing with a great group of ATD Nashville people.
    • Enjoy a delicious dinner with great conversations.


    Register and join us on Mondays starting at 6:00 pm.

    If you have any questions about the SIG contact Doug Gray at doug@action-learning.com or Mark Kenny at mkenny@hipposolutions.com. We hope to see you shortly!

    • 03 Sep 2019
    • 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
    • https://join.freeconferencecall.com/atd_nashville
    Register

    The ATD Nashville chapter board is comprised of leaders, just like you, interested in serving others.  

    We invite engagement from all ATD members at any time.  How would you like to serve our chapter?  The leadership council requires volunteers throughout the year.  Current roles include programs, finance, professional development, membership, technology, sponsorship, and special events.

    The contact information of current board members is located on our website.  Should you have an interest in attending any of these monthly meetings please contact the current board president.  Meeting locations may be restricted by space, and virtual participation is common.

    For your reference, all board meeting notes, annual financial updates, and digital "tool kits" of roles are posted in the "Members Only" section of our website.  

    There is also a lot of information available for chapter leaders, including prospective board members, at https://www.td.org/Members/Chapters/Chapter-Leader-Community/Resources

    FYI, we typically send board members to the annual ATD Leaders Conference (ALC) in Washington, DC.  In 2015 4 board members attended.  In 2016 3 board members attended.

    Please join us. Voluntary organizations like ATD require service from great leaders.

    Information to connect virtually:
    Dial-in number (US): (605) 472-5718
    Access code: 385108#
    Online meeting ID: atd_nashville
    Join the online meeting:
    https://join.freeconferencecall.com/atd_nashville

    • 12 Sep 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Webinar
    Register


    The Path to CPLP Certification

    Michael Guzman

    This is a virtual meeting.

    Interested in pursuing your CPLP certification?  Learn from someone who recently completed the journey.  During this informal, virtual session you will hear from Michael Guzman’s recent CPLP certification experience and be able to ask questions about his journey.  Specifically this session will cover:

    1. The decision to pursue the ATD CPLP credential
    2. A review of the CPLP requirements
    3. Study planning for the Knowledge Exam, and then the Skills Application Exam (SAE)
    4. The test date experience and/or tip(s) for test day
    5. Q&A

    About Michael:



    • 19 Sep 2019
    • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • TBD
    Register



    The Intergenerational Workplace:
    A Candid Conversation Among Generations


    Join this interesting session intermingling talent development professionals and undergraduate / graduate students interested in talent development roles.  This is a tremendous opportunity to both learn from other generations and share your experiences to help others join the field.

    Student Members: $10
    Members: $20
    Non-Members: $35

    5:00 - 5:45 - live music, welcome, networking, catered dinner
    5:45 - 6:45 - facilitated program
    6:45 - 7:00 - closing, networking


    • 01 Oct 2019
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Simplify Compliance, 100 Winners Circle, Brentwood
    Register

    The ATD Nashville chapter board is comprised of leaders, just like you, interested in serving others.  

    We invite engagement from all ATD members at any time.  How would you like to serve our chapter?  The leadership council requires volunteers throughout the year.  Current roles include programs, finance, professional development, membership, technology, sponsorship, and special events.

    The contact information of current board members is located on our website.  Should you have an interest in attending any of these monthly meetings please contact the current board president.  Meeting locations may be restricted by space, and virtual participation is common.

    For your reference, all board meeting notes, annual financial updates, and digital "tool kits" of roles are posted in the "Members Only" section of our website.  

    There is also a lot of information available for chapter leaders, including prospective board members, at https://www.td.org/Members/Chapters/Chapter-Leader-Community/Resources

    FYI, we typically send board members to the annual ATD Leaders Conference (ALC) in Washington, DC.  In 2015 4 board members attended.  In 2016 3 board members attended.

    Please join us. Voluntary organizations like ATD require service from great leaders.

    The location is Simplify Compliance, 100 Winners Circle, in Brentwood, TN. Additional location details are provided upon registration.

    Information to connect virtually:
    Dial-in number (US): (605) 472-5718
    Access code: 385108#
    Online meeting ID: atd_nashville
    Join the online meeting:
    https://join.freeconferencecall.com/atd_nashville

    • 17 Oct 2019
    • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • TBD
    Register



    Leading through Transition with Dr. Trish Holliday

    Dr. Trish Holliday, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, IPMA-SCP, CPC
    Assistant Commissioner and State Chief Learning Officer

    Learn, discover, and apply real-life lessons to leading through a time of organizational transition.  Dr. Trish Holliday will share her own leadership transition lessons, including an administration transition, and how you can apply those in your own leadership journey.

    Student Members: $10
    Members: $20
    Non-Members: $35

    5:00 - 5:45 - live music, welcome, networking, catered dinner
    5:45 - 6:45 - facilitated program
    6:45 - 7:00 - closing, networking

    Parking: There is ample free parking.

    Location is near I-440 and Nolensville Pike.

    About Trish:


    Tennessee was the first state in the country to establish the executive position of Chief Learning Officer (CLO), appointing Dr. Trish Holliday to this role. Trish fosters a culture that promotes engagement, encourages retention, and provides continuous learning and leadership development for all employees, ultimately positioning the state as a learning organization.

    Dr. Holliday’s commitment and passion for helping professionals reach their greatest potential is rooted in her experience as an adult educator and certified executive coach, and her early years in full-time ministry as a missionary in Tennessee Appalachia. As a successful change agent, facilitator, and storyteller, she is often asked by executive leaders to undertake complex problem solving opportunities by bringing people together and helping them discover innovative solutions, and develop the leaders needed to execute.

    As an award-winning leader, Trish is the cover feature in the 2019 March issue of the National Chief Learning Officer Magazine. She was named one of the 2019 Women of Influence by the Nashville Business Journal. Trish received the International Public Management Association for Human Resources (IPMA-HR) Warner W. Stockberger Achievement Award in honor of a lifetime of outstanding contributions toward the improvement of public human resources management.

    Trish was awarded the Tennessee Personnel Management Association (TPMA) Richard L. Stokes Personnel Achievement Award for innovation and high standards in Human Resources Management. Other awards received are Corporate Learning Network Learning Leader of the Year, the CLO Learning Innovator Leader of the Year, and the HR.com Top Corporate Leader for Leadership Excellence ranked 2nd worldwide. She is a graduate of Leadership Tennessee and Leadership Middle Tennessee.

    Trish serves as an Adjunct Professor at both Lipscomb University and Trevecca Nazarene University. She teaches Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Education as part of the Doctor of Education program at Lipscomb and prepares future leaders in human resources leadership and management, and personal leadership development at Trevecca.

    Trish is an inaugural member of the TEDxNashville Society of Fellows. Trish is a speaker at the local, national, and international level. She serves on various non-profit and academic boards and enjoys giving back to the community. Trish was a founding board member of the non-profit organization, Impact Nashville and currently serves as the community liaison.

    Doc Holliday is driven to help leaders develop strategies, create learning organizations and implement effective change initiatives!

    • 19 Oct 2019
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • MTSU
    • 20

    How much are you willing to invest in your next career transition?

    Are you aware that many career coaches advocate using video branding to accelerate your next transition? Would you invest $1,000 in your video brand? Or 600? Or $400?

    The Association of Talent Development (ATD) Nashville chapter is once again partnering with the MTSU Film Guild to provide expert instruction in video branding for you to accelerate your career transition.

    The session is form 9:00 am-4:00 pm on Saturday May 18, 2019. Attendance is required from 9:00 am-12:00 pm for the instruction and executive coaching from ATD Nashville board members and volunteer experts. The result is that you will have a professionally produced copy of your 60-90 second video branding digital document for posting on LinkedIn or any digital platform. Your investment is only $130 for ATD Nashville members, $200 for non-members, or $50 for MTSU Students.  This includes the workshop, an edited video, and a professional headshot. Proceeds will be split between the MTSU Film Guild and ATD Nashville. Pre-registration is required.

    Video Branding Project

    Testimonials:

    I had a great experience working with DeAnne and Doug in creating my new branding video. They had great ideas and feedback. The video team from MTSU was so patient and professional to work with. I am very happy with my final video. - Michele Knight

    The combination of the ATD experts helping us create the content and the professional studio production experience created an outstanding personal branding video. The facilitators did a wonderful job which began by walking us through the basics and then gradually guided us into what would become our message. The professional studio with production grade video, sound, and lighting added energy and motivation to the experience.  All of the participants agree that the quality of the final edited video far exceeded what we expected. I am using the video to assist me in transitioning into my next professional position and feedback is indicating that it is separating myself from other candidates. - Mark Priddis 

    As for now, I’ve added the video to my youtube channel and posted it on my group Facebook page: 2018 Building Successful Relationships. It has been received positively. I have got to figure out a way to get side speaking gigs for my Color Code project and hope that perhaps I can do it again to maybe provide a “commercial” on why a workshop would be of value to a team. - Kelly L. Knowles

    Participating in ATD Nashville’s Video Branding project was totally worth it! The coaches took the time to help guide me through the process of developing a succinct professional value proposition and how to craft that into an effective elevator pitch. Working with the MTSU students was awesome! They were very professional and the resulting video and the headshots were outstanding. Would totally do it again! - David Stone

    • 21 Oct 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Cool Springs Brewery, 600A Frazier Dr, Franklin, TN
    Register

    Join us at The Consultant’s SIG.

    In 2019, we will meet every other month, on the third Monday, from 6:00 p.m.- 7:30 p.m. at Cool Springs Brewery in the back room, or upstairs, at 600A Frazier Dr #135, Franklin, TN 37067.

    This SIG is designed to meet the unique needs of ATD Nashville’s consultant members. We always have lively conversations on topics related to talent development. Please join us to network, share needs or gather resources. Themes vary monthly.

    If you would like to present a case study or best practices please contact Mark Kenny or Doug Gray so that we inform others about your topic.

    The SIG is open to all consultants (internal, external, and those considering becoming one). We encourage you to join us to:
    • Meet people who have a broad range of consulting experience.
    • Bring a current work challenge, idea, reading topic, or new tool to add to the group discussion.
    • Relax and enjoy socializing with a great group of ATD Nashville people.
    • Enjoy a delicious dinner with great conversations.


    Register and join us on Mondays starting at 6:00 pm.

    If you have any questions about the SIG contact Doug Gray at doug@action-learning.com or Mark Kenny at mkenny@hipposolutions.com. We hope to see you shortly!

    • 24 Oct 2019
    • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Virtual
    Register

    Special Webinar:

    "Strategies for Reducing Cognitive Load"


    Presented by:

    Connie Malamed


    About the Program:

    Too many training programs flood learners with content without regard for how they perceive, process, and mentally store it for the long term. Information overload is a significant hindrance to effective learning and retention. Fortunately, we can do something about it. Over the decades, cognitive load theory has been researched and refined. This interactive virtual session introduces ways that learning experience designers can reduce high cognitive load.

    In this session, we will explore a model of how people actually learn. We'll examine different types of cognitive load and their various causes. Additionally, we'll look at how cognitive load affects collaborative learning. Finally, you will gain practical instructional strategies you can use in your designs to reduce high cognitive load.

    About Connie:


    Connie Malamed is a learning experience design consultant and publisher of The eLearning Coach website and podcast. Connie is an author, international speaker and workshop facilitator in the fields of learning experience design, design thinking, and visual communication. For 20 years, she has helped nonprofit, government, and corporate clients improve performance by creating meaningful learning experiences. She is the author of Visual Design Solutions and Visual Language for Designers. Connie has degrees in art education and instructional design. She was recently honored with the Guild Master 2018 award from the eLearning Guild for contributions to the learning technologies community.


    Webinar Information:

    October 24, 2019   11am-12pm CST

    Details will be provided in your registration confirmation email.

    • 05 Nov 2019
    • 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
    • https://join.freeconferencecall.com/atd_nashville
    Register

    The ATD Nashville chapter board is comprised of leaders, just like you, interested in serving others.  

    We invite engagement from all ATD members at any time.  How would you like to serve our chapter?  The leadership council requires volunteers throughout the year.  Current roles include programs, finance, professional development, membership, technology, sponsorship, and special events.

    The contact information of current board members is located on our website.  Should you have an interest in attending any of these monthly meetings please contact the current board president.  Meeting locations may be restricted by space, and virtual participation is common.

    For your reference, all board meeting notes, annual financial updates, and digital "tool kits" of roles are posted in the "Members Only" section of our website.  

    There is also a lot of information available for chapter leaders, including prospective board members, at https://www.td.org/Members/Chapters/Chapter-Leader-Community/Resources

    FYI, we typically send board members to the annual ATD Leaders Conference (ALC) in Washington, DC.  In 2015 4 board members attended.  In 2016 3 board members attended.

    Please join us. Voluntary organizations like ATD require service from great leaders.

    Information to connect virtually:
    Dial-in number (US): (605) 472-5718
    Access code: 385108#
    Online meeting ID: atd_nashville
    Join the online meeting:
    https://join.freeconferencecall.com/atd_nashville

    • 03 Dec 2019
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Simplify Compliance, 100 Winners Circle, Brentwood
    Register

    The ATD Nashville chapter board is comprised of leaders, just like you, interested in serving others.  

    We invite engagement from all ATD members at any time.  How would you like to serve our chapter?  The leadership council requires volunteers throughout the year.  Current roles include programs, finance, professional development, membership, technology, sponsorship, and special events.

    The contact information of current board members is located on our website.  Should you have an interest in attending any of these monthly meetings please contact the current board president.  Meeting locations may be restricted by space, and virtual participation is common.

    For your reference, all board meeting notes, annual financial updates, and digital "tool kits" of roles are posted in the "Members Only" section of our website.  

    There is also a lot of information available for chapter leaders, including prospective board members, at https://www.td.org/Members/Chapters/Chapter-Leader-Community/Resources

    FYI, we typically send board members to the annual ATD Leaders Conference (ALC) in Washington, DC.  In 2015 4 board members attended.  In 2016 3 board members attended.

    Please join us. Voluntary organizations like ATD require service from great leaders.

    The location is Simplify Compliance, 100 Winners Circle, in Brentwood, TN. Additional location details are provided upon registration.

    Information to connect virtually:
    Dial-in number (US): (605) 472-5718
    Access code: 385108#
    Online meeting ID: atd_nashville
    Join the online meeting:
    https://join.freeconferencecall.com/atd_nashville

    • 16 Dec 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Cool Springs Brewery, 600A Frazier Dr, Franklin, TN
    Register

    Join us at The Consultant’s SIG.

    In 2019, we will meet every other month, on the third Monday, from 6:00 p.m.- 7:30 p.m. at Cool Springs Brewery in the back room, or upstairs, at 600A Frazier Dr #135, Franklin, TN 37067.

    This SIG is designed to meet the unique needs of ATD Nashville’s consultant members. We always have lively conversations on topics related to talent development. Please join us to network, share needs or gather resources. Themes vary monthly.

    If you would like to present a case study or best practices please contact Mark Kenny or Doug Gray so that we inform others about your topic.

    The SIG is open to all consultants (internal, external, and those considering becoming one). We encourage you to join us to:
    • Meet people who have a broad range of consulting experience.
    • Bring a current work challenge, idea, reading topic, or new tool to add to the group discussion.
    • Relax and enjoy socializing with a great group of ATD Nashville people.
    • Enjoy a delicious dinner with great conversations.


    Register and join us on Mondays starting at 6:00 pm.

    If you have any questions about the SIG contact Doug Gray at doug@action-learning.com or Mark Kenny at mkenny@hipposolutions.com. We hope to see you shortly!

Past events

18 Jun 2019 Networking Event: A Night at The Nashville Sounds
17 Jun 2019 Consultant's Special Interest Group (SIG)
13 Jun 2019 Storyline User Group: The New Rise Scenario Block
11 Jun 2019 ATD Nashville Chapter Board Retreat
21 May 2019 Storyline User Group: Incorporating UI/UX Elements into Storyline Projects
18 May 2019 Video Branding Project (postponed to October)
16 May 2019 Chapter Meeting: Crash Course in Video Editing
14 May 2019 ID/e-Learning SIG: Instructional Designer Hangout
07 May 2019 ATD Nashville Chapter Board Meeting - In Person
25 Apr 2019 Storyline User Group: Replicating Material Design in Storyline Projects
18 Apr 2019 Chapter Meeting - The Challenge of Scalability: Practical Training Solutions
15 Apr 2019 Consultant's Special Interest Group (SIG)
13 Apr 2019 Partner - Craft Content Nashville 2019
09 Apr 2019 ID/e-Learning SIG: Top Design Trends Influencing eLearning w/ Tracy Parish VIRTUAL MEETING
02 Apr 2019 ATD Nashville Chapter Board Meeting - Virtual
21 Mar 2019 Leveraging Icebreakers That Do More Than Break the Ice!
14 Mar 2019 ID/e-Learning SIG: Going Freelance | An Interactive Panel Discussion
12 Mar 2019 Storyline User Group: Latest Features
05 Mar 2019 ATD Nashville Chapter Board Meeting - In Person
26 Feb 2019 Storyline User Group: Building Gaming Elements
21 Feb 2019 Chapter Networking Event at the Nashville Predators
18 Feb 2019 Consultant's Special Interest Group (SIG)
12 Feb 2019 ID/e-Learning SIG : 2019 Learning Trends Discussion
05 Feb 2019 ATD Nashville Chapter Board Meeting - Virtual
04 Feb 2019 Partner - ROI Certification - Nonprofit
31 Jan 2019 ID/e-Learning SIG Meeting: 2019: The Year of Learner Experience
29 Jan 2019 Storyline User Group: Motion Paths and Menus
17 Jan 2019 Chapter Meeting - Talent Development Barcamp
08 Jan 2019 ATD Nashville Chapter Board Meeting
17 Dec 2018 Consultant's Special Interest Group (SIG)
02 Dec 2018 ATD Nashville Chapter Board Retreat
29 Nov 2018 Storyline User Group: Building Custom Menus
29 Nov 2018 No CEOs Allowed! Selling the Value of Leadership Development to the C-Suite
28 Nov 2018 ATD - Designing Learning Certificate
30 Oct 2018 ATD Nashville Chapter Board Meeting
23 Oct 2018 Storyline User Group: Nashville Style StorylineFest
18 Oct 2018 Chapter Meeting - Global Talent Trends Roundtable Discussion
15 Oct 2018 Consultant's Special Interest Group (SIG)
09 Oct 2018 ID/e-Learning SIG Meeting: Crash Course in Video Editing
05 Oct 2018 Partner - Nashville Leadership Luncheon
25 Sep 2018 Storyline User Group: Rise
18 Sep 2018 Special Event: Using Design Thinking to Improve Performance
18 Sep 2018 Event Cancelled - Crash Course in Visual Design
13 Sep 2018 ID/e-Learning SIG Meeting: Gamification
11 Sep 2018 ATD Nashville Chapter Board Meeting
22 Aug 2018 ATD - ATD Master Instructional Designer Program
21 Aug 2018 Storyline User Group: Portfolios
20 Aug 2018 Consultant's Special Interest Group (SIG)
09 Aug 2018 ID/e-Learning SIG Meeting: Portfolios
07 Aug 2018 ATD Nashville Chapter Board Meeting
19 Jul 2018 Chapter Meeting - The Future of Learning is Informal
10 Jul 2018 ATD Nashville Chapter Board Meeting
21 Jun 2018 Chapter Meeting - How to Coach Millennials
18 Jun 2018 Consultant's Special Interest Group (SIG)
14 Jun 2018 A Crash Course in Action Mapping (ID SIG/Storyline)
05 Jun 2018 ATD Nashville Chapter Board Meeting
17 May 2018 Chapter Meeting - Where Do I Go From Here? How to Accelerate Your Career and Personal Development
11 May 2018 Partner - Nashville Leadership Luncheon
10 May 2018 The Nashville Learning Job Market (ID SIG/Storyline)
01 May 2018 ATD Nashville Chapter Board Meeting
19 Apr 2018 IGNITED! - An Interactive Journey Toward Cultural Change
17 Apr 2018 ID/e-Learning SIG Meeting (Virtual)
16 Apr 2018 Consultant's Special Interest Group (SIG)
12 Apr 2018 ATD Nashville Chapter Board Meeting
10 Apr 2018 Articulate Storyline User Group
28 Mar 2018 ATD - ATD Training Certificate
22 Mar 2018 ID/e-Learning SIG Meeting
15 Mar 2018 Chapter Meeting - As Long As You're Green, You're Growing!
13 Mar 2018 Articulate Storyline User Group
09 Mar 2018 Partner - Move Into Now - The Art of Coaching Presence
06 Mar 2018 ATD Nashville Chapter Board Meeting
27 Feb 2018 ID/e-Learning SIG Meeting
20 Feb 2018 Articulate Storyline User Group
19 Feb 2018 Consultant's Special Interest Group (SIG)
15 Feb 2018 Chapter Meeting - Cascading Talent Development in Your Organization
06 Feb 2018 ATD Nashville Chapter Board Meeting
27 Jan 2018 Develop Your Video Brand
25 Jan 2018 Articulate Storyline User Group
18 Jan 2018 Chapter Meeting - Talent Development Barcamp
16 Jan 2018 ID/e-Learning SIG Meeting
09 Jan 2018 ATD Nashville Chapter Board Meeting
18 Dec 2017 Consultant's Special Interest Group (SIG)
12 Dec 2017 ID/eLearning SIG Meeting
10 Dec 2017 ATD Nashville Strategic Board Retreat
07 Dec 2017 Articulate Storyline User Group
30 Nov 2017 Special Event Luncheon - Preparing the Next Generation of Leaders: An Interactive Panel Discussion
14 Nov 2017 Articulate Storyline User Group
07 Nov 2017 ATD Nashville Chapter Board Meeting
24 Oct 2017 Articulate Storyline User Group
19 Oct 2017 Special Event - How to Overcome Obstacles as a Woman in Business - presented by Sue Nokes
18 Oct 2017 Virtual Book Club: Visual Design Solutions: Principles and Creative Inspiration for Learning Professionals
16 Oct 2017 Consultant's Special Interest Group (SIG)
03 Oct 2017 ATD Nashville Chapter Board Meeting
28 Sep 2017 Articulate Storyline User Group
25 Sep 2017 ID/eLearning SIG Meeting
20 Sep 2017 Chapter Meeting - How to Increase Employee Engagement: New Science for Practitioners
13 Sep 2017 Webinar: Crash Course in Visual Design
05 Sep 2017 ATD Nashville Chapter Board Meeting
28 Aug 2017 ID/eLearning SIG Meeting
24 Aug 2017 Articulate Storyline User Group
21 Aug 2017 Consultant's Special Interest Group (SIG)
15 Aug 2017 Chapter Meeting - Go Beyond the Hippos: How to Discover, Create, and Sustain Change
01 Aug 2017 ATD Nashville Chapter Board Meeting
24 Jul 2017 ID/eLearning SIG Meeting
24 Jul 2017 Corporate Learning Analytics Conference
20 Jul 2017 Special Event - How to Get Started or Expand Your Learning Analytics Program
19 Jul 2017 Virtual Book Club: Performance-Focused Smile Sheets
11 Jul 2017 ATD Nashville Chapter Board Meeting
26 Jun 2017 ID/eLearning SIG Meeting
22 Jun 2017 Articulate Storyline User Group
19 Jun 2017 Consultant's Special Interest Group (SIG)
15 Jun 2017 Chapter Meeting - Food, Drink, Fun, and Networking
06 Jun 2017 ATD Nashville Chapter Board Meeting
25 May 2017 Articulate Storyline User Group
24 May 2017 Emerging Leaders SIG
22 May 2017 ID/eLearning SIG Meeting
21 May 2017 ATD 2017 International Conference & Exposition
18 May 2017 Chapter Meeting - How to Accelerate the Performance of New Employees
30 Apr 2017 ATD Nashville Strategic Board Retreat
26 Apr 2017 Emerging Leaders SIG
24 Apr 2017 ID/eLearning SIG Meeting
17 Apr 2017 Consultant's Special Interest Group (SIG)
13 Apr 2017 Chapter Meeting - The Learning-Research Quiz Show: Insights, Revelations, and Myths to Avoid at All Cost!
12 Apr 2017 Virtual Book Club: Design for How People Learn (2nd Edition)
06 Apr 2017 Articulate Storyline User Group
04 Apr 2017 ATD Nashville Chapter Board Meeting
27 Mar 2017 ID/eLearning SIG Meeting
22 Mar 2017 Emerging Leaders SIG
16 Mar 2017 Engage!: An Interactive Tool to Engage your Participants, Audiences, and Teams
14 Mar 2017 OD Special Interest Group: Personal Solutions for 5 Key OD Trends
07 Mar 2017 ATD Nashville Chapter Board Meeting
27 Feb 2017 ID/eLearning SIG Meeting
22 Feb 2017 Emerging Leaders SIG
20 Feb 2017 Consultant's Special Interest Group (SIG)
16 Feb 2017 No Budget, Time, or People? Learn How to Leverage a Partnership Mindset to Drive Results Anyway
07 Feb 2017 OD-SIG 2017 Kick-Off Meeting: 6:00PM Tuesday Feb 7
07 Feb 2017 ATD Nashville Chapter Board Meeting
23 Jan 2017 2017 ID/eLearning SIG Kick-Off
19 Jan 2017 Chapter Meeting- Mentoring at BBBS and your organization
03 Jan 2017 ATD Nashville Chapter Board Meeting
15 Dec 2016 Celebration and Networking 2.0
06 Dec 2016 ATD Nashville Chapter Board Meeting
29 Nov 2016 Instructional Design/eLearning SIG
29 Nov 2016 Cancelled - Field Trip to Tour Servpro Training Center
21 Nov 2016 Consultant's Special Interest Group (SIG)
07 Nov 2016 The OD-SIG celebrates Talent & Organization Development and a successful 2016.....6:00 - 7:30PM Monday November 7th
01 Nov 2016 ATD Nashville Chapter Board Meeting
27 Oct 2016 MTSHRM AND ATD COMBINED MEETING
20 Oct 2016 Instructional Design/eLearning SIG
17 Oct 2016 Consultant's Special Interest Group (SIG)
03 Oct 2016 NOTE CHANGE: OD Special Interest Group: The "Future of Work" is Driving New Trends in T&OD
27 Sep 2016 eLearning/ID Sig
22 Sep 2016 Character Day 2016
19 Sep 2016 Consultant's Special Interest Group (SIG)
16 Sep 2016 2016 MidSouth ATD Conference & Expo
08 Sep 2016 OD-SIG: High Performance Teams- What Actually Works!
31 Aug 2016 eLearning/ID SIG Monthly Meeting
18 Aug 2016 Applying Positive Psychology in Talent Development
18 Aug 2016 Cancelled - Serious Shoestrings: Designing Deeper eLearning Without Breaking the Bank
15 Aug 2016 Consultant's Special Interest Group (SIG)
08 Aug 2016 OD Special Interest Group: Strategic OD Change Management at eviCore Healthcare
28 Jul 2016 eLearning / Instructional Design SIG
21 Jul 2016 The Role of Curiosity in Your Learning Spaces
15 Jul 2016 TD MASTERS FORUM- Session #2
11 Jul 2016 OD Special Interest Group: 6:00PM Monday July 11 Networking, Sharing Ideas, and Problem Solving
20 Jun 2016 Consultant's Special Interest Group (SIG)
16 Jun 2016 Network for Success!
31 May 2016 Quick & Easy Turnaround Training - Instructional Design / eLearning SIG
19 May 2016 Leveraging the Power of Peer Coaching in an Evolving Workforce
16 May 2016 Consultant's Special Interest Group (SIG)
05 May 2016 6:00 May 5 - OD Special Interest Group Informal Session: Networking, Sharing Ideas, and Problem Solving
21 Apr 2016 The Oversight Committee: Managing Learning Programs from an Executive Perspective (April Chapter Meeting)
18 Apr 2016 Consultant's Forum Special Interest Group (SIG)
07 Apr 2016 April 7th OD-SIG Meeting: Talent & Organization Development Priorities- a View from Local University Graduate-level Programs
02 Apr 2016 TD MASTERS FORUM- Session #1
31 Mar 2016 March Spring Social - Instructional Design / eLearning SIG
21 Mar 2016 Consultant's Forum Special Interest Group (SIG)
17 Mar 2016 Top Secret Experiment: Thinking on Your Feet for TD Professionals (March Chapter Meeting)
03 Mar 2016 March 3 OD-SIG Meeting: Building Organization Effectiveness- Real Solutions From Within The OD-SIG Team
25 Feb 2016 Lab on the Run: Getting Started with Mobile Learning (February Chapter Meeting)
25 Feb 2016 Special Workshop: Building Interactive eBooks for Mobile Learning
15 Feb 2016 Consultant's Forum Special Interest Group (SIG)
04 Feb 2016 OD Special Interest Group "Unstructured" Session: Networking, Sharing Ideas, and Problem Solving
21 Jan 2016 The Science Fair Featuring David Hutchens (January Chapter Meeting)
18 Jan 2016 Consultant's Forum Special Interest Group (SIG)
12 Jan 2016 January Instructional Design / eLearning SIG
07 Jan 2016 OD Special Interest Group: Outcome-based planning for 2016
17 Dec 2015 December Chapter Meeting with Dr. David Churchill: Measuring Learning Initiatives
23 Nov 2015 Consultant's Forum Special Interest Group (SIG)
19 Nov 2015 November Dinner Meeting with Kevin Thorn: The Visual Cortex
19 Nov 2015 Special Event with Kevin Thorn: Storyboarding Workshop
12 Nov 2015 The OD-SIG celebrates Talent & Organization Development and a successful 2015.....Thursday November 12th 5:30 PM at The Sportsman's Grille
29 Oct 2015 October Instructional Design / eLearning SIG
26 Oct 2015 Consultant's Forum Special Interest Group (SIG)
22 Oct 2015 October Chapter Meeting and ATD/SHRM Luncheon: Coaching Panel Discussion
01 Oct 2015 October 1 OD-SIG: A Leadership Effectiveness "Theory of Everything"- Reality Test and Personal Application
28 Sep 2015 Consultant's Forum Special Interest Group (SIG)
17 Sep 2015 September Chapter Meeting: A Systems Thinking Approach to Performance Management
10 Sep 2015 September 10 OD-SIG: When Organizational and Professional Development Hits HABIT: Tips and Strategies for Driving Culture Even Over the Deepest Ruts!
24 Aug 2015 Consultant's Forum Special Interest Group (SIG)
20 Aug 2015 August Chapter Meeting: Annual Networking Event
13 Aug 2015 August 13 OD-SIG: Transforming Individuals and Systems- What Makes the Soft Stuff Harder than the Hard Stuff?
27 Jul 2015 Consultant's Forum Special Interest Group (SIG)
16 Jul 2015 July Chapter Meeting: Your Training Programs May Not Be as Effective as You Think
09 Jul 2015 July 9th OD-SIG Networking and Learning @ The Sportsman’s Grille
22 Jun 2015 Consultant's Forum Special Interest Group (SIG)
18 Jun 2015 June Chapter Meeting: High-Impact Interactive Exercises
04 Jun 2015 Organization Devlpt. SIG -Trends in Leadership Development June 4, 2015
21 May 2015 May Chapter Meeting: Change Management Panel Discussion
18 May 2015 Consultant's Forum Special Interest Group (SIG)
07 May 2015 May 7 OD-SIG Networking and Learning @ The Sportsman’s Grille
27 Apr 2015 Consultant's Forum Special Interest Group (SIG)
16 Apr 2015 April Chapter Meeting with Joanne Eckton: Make Your Team Great
09 Apr 2015 RESCHEDULE: "Becoming a Strategic OD/WLP Partner": April 9 OD-SIG Interactive Panel and Kickoff of the 2015 OD-SIG Service Project
23 Mar 2015 Consultant's Forum Special Interest Group (SIG)
19 Mar 2015 March Chapter Meeting: Talent Management Resources
23 Feb 2015 Consultant's Forum Special Interest Group (SIG)
19 Feb 2015 February Chapter Meeting with Dick Handshaw: Training Request? Ask Questions First
19 Feb 2015 Special Event with Dick Handshaw: Instructional Design Workshop
05 Feb 2015 February 5, 2015 OD Special Interest Group (SIG) Meeting NOTE NEW LOCATION: Sportsman’s Grille
26 Jan 2015 Consultant's Forum SIG
15 Jan 2015 January Chapter Meeting: ATD Nashville's New Year Open House Event
08 Jan 2015 January 8, 2015 OD Special Interest Group: Outcome-based planning for 2015
18 Dec 2014 December Chapter Meeting: "Share our Successes", Facilitated by Angela Nelson
20 Nov 2014 November Chapter Meeting: Mark Kenny on "Incorporating Experiences into Learning Programs for Deeper Understanding"
06 Nov 2014 The OD-SIG celebrates OD and a successful 2014. Join us 5:30 November 6 at Arrington Vineyards!!
23 Oct 2014 October Chapter Meeting: Chad Harrison on "Improving Performance Through Positive Reinforcement"
02 Oct 2014 October 2, 2014 OD Special Interest Group Meeting: Vanderbilt Leadership and Organizational Performance- "Lessons Learned"
18 Sep 2014 September Chapter Meeting: Andy Whitaker on "Tracking Learning with Tin Can (aka Experience API)"
04 Sep 2014 September 2014 OD Special Interest Group (SIG) Meeting
21 Aug 2014 August Chapter Meeting: Dave Delaney on "Networking Techniques for the Digital Age"
07 Aug 2014 August 2014 OD Special Interest Group Meeting: "Performance Management- Not Just A Score Anymore!"
17 Jul 2014 July Chapter Meeting: Angie Carter & Stacy Morse on "Best Practices for eLearning Success"
10 Jul 2014 July 2014 OD Special Interest Group (SIG) Meeting
19 Jun 2014 June Chapter Meeting: Dew Tinnin on "Getting Buy-in From Your Audience"
05 Jun 2014 June 2014 OD Special Interest Group (SIG) Meeting
15 May 2014 May Chapter Meeting: Rob Bateman on "Leadership and the High-Performance Workplace"
17 Apr 2014 April Chapter Meeting: David Kelly on "How Technology is Changing the Future of Learning"
20 Mar 2014 March Chapter Meeting: Ajay Pangarker on "The ROI Lie: Why It’s Undermining E-Learning and Training Credibility"
12 Feb 2014 2014 A Day of Learning
06 Feb 2014 February 2014 OD Special Interest Group (SIG) Meeting
16 Jan 2014 January Chapter Meeting: Madan Birla on "Presenting Your Learning & Development Ideas and Program to Senior Management"
19 Dec 2013 December Chapter Meeting: Jackie Schlicher on "Techniques from the World of Improv Useful in Training"
09 Dec 2013 e-Learning Special Interest Group (SIG) Dec. 9, 5:30 pm
14 Nov 2013 November Chapter Meeting: Visual Themes for Slides and eLearning
24 Oct 2013 October Chapter Meeting (Joint Meeting with MTSHRM)
07 Oct 2013 e-Learning Special Interest Group (SIG)
19 Sep 2013 September Chapter Meeting: Intro to Human Performance Improvement
09 Sep 2013 September 2013 OD SIG Meeting
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