Skill Building and Maintenance – Protecting Your Investment In Training
Athletes learn a particular set of skills and it seems that for a long time they only keep getting better and better. However, in most workplaces employees learn a skill and in a few weeks – even days, forget a lot of what they learned. In fact, many revert back to old habits. What do athletes know that we don’t about building skills and maintaining them so we don’t lose what we invest in training? This session focuses on the techniques that make training stick. Furthermore, we will learn how to make your training sessions produce long term results that increase performance over time.
Jennifer Flynn is an organizational and learning and development professional with 15 plus years with several Fortune 50 companies. Her current role is as Sr. Manager for Talent Development at Levi Strauss & Co. At Levi’s she has executed strategies on developing front-line leadership capabilities that have significantly improved employee engagement. She has also created core competencies and learning strategies for effective on-boarding of new leaders and the successful upskilling of existing leaders. Jen’s philosophy is that systems and organizations work best when their people are at their best. Through her authentic approach, she quickly builds trust and strong networks that help implement meaningful strategies to achieve business goals while encouraging employee engagement. She is driven by progress, momentum, and getting stuff done through strong relationships. She currently holds a Master of Science degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology.
Levi Strauss & Co. ~ 501 Executive Airport Dr. ~ Henderson, NV 89052
How to Show Evidence of Learning Impact
This presentation will help learning professionals glean insight on practical yet valid ways to go for the gold when telling the story of learning impact! It will present an approach that is based on reasonable use of evaluation data and business operations data. Collectively this information can be used to highlight value creation, identify improvements and associate learning to business outcomes.
Jeffrey believes there is a significant need to provide practical insights to show reasonable and credible methods of showcasing learning's value and impact on the business. This workshop will provide that for our ATD Greater Las Vegas membership and guests!
Open Board Meeting
You are invited to attend an open ATD Chapter Board Meeting on July 19, 2019.
You should attend if you:
Closed Board Strategic Planning Meeting (No Chapter Meeting)
ATD Greater Las Vegas Chapter Board meets annually in August to begin building the next year's programming to support the local market's needs.
There are times when even the best stars simply fail to meet our expectations at some point. Some manage to recover, some don't. What is different between the two?
More details about this meeting to come.
Managing Risk Through Training
We rely on compliance training to ensure we manage risk and its associated cost. But how do we make compliance learning something employees see as their personal responsibility? In other words, how do we create a culture of compliance.
ATD Unconference - A Participant-Driven Meeting
The ATD Greater Las Vegas Unconference is a participant-driven meeting where you will have the opportunity to be both the subject matter expert and a participant.
Gold Medal Tribute to Learning Award Winning Projects
Join last years Tribute to Learning award recipients as they share their insightful and creative solutions.
In this session, ATD Chapter members will learn from a panel of our local award winners about the challenges, "A-HA" moments, and ultimately the successes they experienced. This will be an interactive session, so there will be plenty of time for Q&A.
Learn from the following winners:
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