How Do You Best Support the Modern Worker?

Learning Series Provided by the Association for Talent Development – Central Florida Chapter

Hosted by: Barry Nadler and Rosa Espinal

Let’s point out a few facts.

  • The L&D industry was already riding a tidal wave of change over the last few years.
  • We just condensed about seven years of innovations into nine months.
  • Many people in the corporate workforce now work remotely.

So, where do we fit in as L&D professionals? Has our role changed within the workforce? If so, how? How does all this change impact the ways we support our workforce and clients? Over the course of the next year or so, this Special Interest Group will help us better answer these questions, along with many others. Before you can go on any journey, you must understand where your starting point is. That’s the goal of this first event. Where are we, as learning professionals, in relation to the rest of the industry, the expectations of our business organizations, as well as our personal careers. Once we understand this, we can better chart a course to success in the current environment. Some of the topics you can look forward to are:

  • Moving the classroom to Innovation Labs
  • Learning engagement lessons that Internet Marketing has already mastered
  • Taking the virtual experience and make sure they are not just “yet another meeting”
  • Making your content look visually appealing and finally getting past the “creative” hurdle
  • Discovering the various ways others are successfully delivering content to their learners
  • Learning the how to develop different types of media.
  • Identifying efficient strategies for creating digital support materials – job aids/cheat sheets/workbooks…oh my!
  • Defining what gamification really means and how you can finally do it yourself

This group is meant to be an interactive experience that has once per month live elements, as well as assignments for you to do between events. Our goal is to touch on many different aspects of the ATD Capability Model, as we go through the year.

Register now to join us as we attempt to navigate the choppy waters of change and innovation together.

ATD Talent Capability Model

Topics covered during the sessions will focus on these areas:

Building Personal Capability: Communication, Collaboration & Leadership, Project Management, Lifelong Learning

Developing Professional Capability: Learning Sciences, Instructional Design, Technology Application, Training Delivery & Facilitation, Coaching, Knowledge Management, Career & Leadership Development, Evaluating Impact

Impacting Organizational Capability: Organization Development & Culture, Data & Analytics, Consulting & Business Partnering, Talent Strategy & Management, Performance Improvement, Change Management, Future Readiness

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