Upcoming events

    • 19 Jun 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Virtual
    • 19
    Register

    Metro DC ATD’s Director of Virtual Programs, Ileana Fernandez, continues the Value-Added Virtual Learning Series with “Extend Virtual Reach with Microlearning” on Wednesday, June 19th at 12:00 noon.

    Register for “Extend Virtual Reach with Microlearning” and explore microlearning techniques that will boost and extend virtual classroom learning. You will learn how to:

    • Structure content deep dives
    • Provide practice opportunities
    • Create community through peer-to-peer learning
    • Empower learners to learn their way with Pick-Learning-Path (PLP) activities
    • Add post-virtual value with mobile content
    • Connect and communicate for long-term value

    As a member of Metro DC ATD, Ileana had the opportunity to volunteer and attend the ATD 2019 International Conference and Exposition in DC last month. She will share some of the valuable virtual learning tips she learned at the Conference.

    Ileana is an Instructional Designer and ed tech guru in the Leadership and Management School of the Department of State’s Foreign Service Institute. Prior to her federal career, Ileana designed and delivered classroom and virtual on-boarding, MS Office, and business applications training at Greenberg Traurig, LLP, a high-profile international law firm. Ileana appreciates the value that Metro DC ATD brings to her career and after years of member benefits, is now paying it forward through her volunteer role and commitment to the professional development of Metro DC ATD’s members.

    • 25 Jun 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • George Mason University Arlington Campus, Founders Hall, 3351 Fairfax Drive, Arlington, VA. (Room 207)
    • 23
    Register

    From busy schedules to dispersed workforces, your learners need practical training solutions more than ever-- and mobile learning can be a terrific way to achieve your organization's goals. Still, mobile learning is more than just taking an eLearning course on a phone. You need an agile plan that will resonate with your learners and advance your organization's goals-- without weighing you and your team down. Join us for a look at how you can incorporate a mobile learning strategy into your organization! From best practices to real-world solutions, we'll uncover what you need to know and how you can avoid common missteps when integrating mobile learning.

    Presenter:  Stephanie Hubka

    Stephanie Hubka wants to live in a world where learning is exciting and inspiring and training is recognized as a natural driver of an organization’s strategy. As the managing partner at Protos Learning, her work focuses on learning strategy, technology, training design and delivery, and evaluation. During her career she has designed, developed, and delivered hundreds of instructor-led and online learning events for global audiences. She is also the co-founder of and travel writer for Road Unraveled, which tackles HR innovation and management through fostering a paid time off culture within organizations. A graduate of Carnegie Mellon University's Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Stephanie is a Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP). She is a past president of the Metro DC Chapter of ATD and serves as a National Advisor for Chapters for ATD. Her passion for training is equaled only by her love of exploring the globe; an avid traveler, she has visited all 7 continents, 65 countries, and all 50 US states.

    If you register and are no longer able to attend, please send an email to cop_instructional_design@dcatd.org.

    Venue: George Mason University Arlington Campus, Founders Hall, 3351 Fairfax Drive, Arlington, VA. (Room 207)

    George Mason University Executive and Professional Education is focused on meeting the education and training needs of the business community with Certificate programs and professional certification preparation. Our broad range of professional development programs, including programs in Leadership, Project Management, Government Contracting, HR, and many others, serve the private sector, as well as local, state, and federal organizations. Quality, timely, and cost-effective programs can be accessed in open-enrollment public seminars, classroom based and online formats, and in-house contracted training. ATD Members enjoy 10 % discount on Mason EPE Open Enrollment Offerings* *(Exceptions to course discounts: Paralegal, Certified Financial Planner, ed2go online training, and others as indicated by GMU Executive and Professional Education.) To obtain the member only ATD Discount Code, contact the Metro DC ATD Office at admin@dcatd.org before you register for Mason Executive and Professional Education courses. 

    Directions to Founders Hall:

    From Washington, DC:

    Cross over the Roosevelt Bridge; follow signs to the George Washington Parkway. Once on the parkway, exit at Spout Run (left exit). Cross over Route 29 (Lee Highway). Spout Run is now Kirkwood Road. Cross over Washington Boulevard. Founders Hall is on the right, at North Fairfax Drive.

    From I-66 heading east:

    Exit I-66 at Glebe Road/Fairfax Drive (exit 71). The exit ramp turns into Fairfax Drive. After traveling one mile on North Fairfax Drive, you will see the FDIC building on the left. Founders Hall is past the FDIC building.

    *Note: All eastbound lanes of I-66 inside the Beltway are restricted to HOV-2 from 6:30 am to 9:00 am and all westbound lanes of I-66 inside the Beltway are restricted to HOV-2 from 4:00 pm to 6:30 pm.

    From I-66 heading west:

    Exit I-66 at Glebe Road (exit 71). Turn left onto Washington Boulevard. Stay on Washington Boulevard until you pass the Giant Supermarket; then turn right onto Kirkwood Road. Founders Hall is on the right, at North Fairfax Drive.

    *Note: All eastbound lanes of I-66 inside the Beltway are restricted to HOV-2 from 6:30 am to 9:00 am and all westbound lanes of I-66 inside the Beltway are restricted to HOV-2 from 4:00 pm to 6:30 pm.

    From I-395:

    Exit I-395 at Glebe Road North. Continue on Glebe Road, passing Ballston Common Mall on the right. Cross over Wilson Boulevard, then turn right onto Fairfax Drive. After one mile you will see the FDIC building on the left. Founders Hall is past the FDIC building.

    From Fairfax and Points West, via Route 50:

    Go east on Route 50 (Arlington Blvd.). Exit at Glebe Road, and turn left on Glebe. Turn right on Fairfax Drive. The Arlington Campus is one mile down on North Fairfax Drive, past the FDIC building, on the left.

    Please note: Paid visitor garage parking is available onsite at Founders Hall as is limited street parking outside the building. We do not provide validation for attendees who park in the visitor garage.

    By Metro:

    Take the Orange Line to the Virginia Square/GMU station. The Arlington Campus is approximately 2 blocks Take the escalator to the street level, and turn to face Fairfax Drive. Across the street and to the right, you will see the FDIC building. Cross the street and continue past the FDIC building. Founders Hall is on the left.

    • 26 Jun 2019
    • 15 Jan 2020
    • 4 sessions
    • George Mason University Arlington Campus, Founders Hall, 3351 Fairfax Drive, Arlington, VA
    • 13
    The Metro DC Mentoring Program is returning this year with some changes based on feedback from previous year’s participants and lessons learned. The Program will transition to a Peer to Peer Mentoring model and pairings will be made based on complimentary and identified areas of development. The Program will begin in June for the Orientation and end in January for the Capstone Stories. The sessions will alternate between in person and one on one meetings with the peer mentor partner. The specific dates are:
    • June 26th Orientation (in person)
    • July/August (meet one on one)
    • September 17th (in person)
    • October (meet one on one)
    • November 6th (in person)
    • Capstone January 15th (in Person)

    The June 26th session is required to kick off the program. Participants must be able to attend the in person sessions in order to stay connected with your mentoring partner. The Program is open to all Metro DC Chapter members. 

    • 09 Jul 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • George Mason University Arlington Campus, Founders Hall, 3351 Fairfax Drive, Arlington, VA (Room 207)
    • 29
    Register

    Did you know that you have your own brand?

    Think about the world’s strongest brands. They are consistent, visible, wildly successful, and people pay a premium for these brands.

    Not unlike famous brands like Coca-Cola and Starbucks, your personal brand is made up of your reputation, including your strengths, values, passions, and aspirations. Your personal brand is what differentiates you from your peers, and makes you more marketable as an entrepreneur, job seeker, and more outstanding as an employee. Personal branding is not about creating a fancy logo or image. It is about being authentic to yourself, understanding your value, and communicating and demonstrating that value in order to optimize and achieve your goals.

    In this interactive session, you will uncover the attributes and qualities that make you unique. You will also how to communicate your brand authentically to your target audience. 

    Presenter:  Jill Marshall Annitto 

    Jill is a professional adventure coach, US Army veteran, adventurer traveler, and former marathon runner. She challenges her clients to overcome obstacles and to move beyond limiting beliefs to achieve levels of success they never thought were possible! Jill has been speaking and facilitating workshops for over 20 years. She is the president of Leadership Adventure Strategies, and a past president of the Association for Talent Development’s Metro DC Chapter. Jill lives by the motto: Go big or go home! The bigger her client’s goal, the more inspired she is to help. 

    • 12 Jul 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Virtual
    • 95
    Register

    If you're like many professionals, you have heard that you need a mentor. But if your organization doesn't have a formal program, what can you do? If your organization does have a program, how can you make sure you're taking full advantage of the opportunity? Join us for this town hall session with Jenn Labin, author of Mentoring Programs That Work, for an interactive discussion on mentoring from a mentee's point of view. Topics that will be discussed include:

    • Value of Working with a Mentor
    • Finding a Mentor
    • How to Approach a Potential Mentor
    • Best Practices for Working with a Mentor
    • Be sure to bring your mentoring questions!

    Jennifer Labin is the owner of T.E.R.P. associates llc, a team who seeks to grow talent and ignite potential.  For fifteen years, Jenn has had success working with a wide spectrum of organizations including large private sector businesses, government/military operations, and higher-education institutions.

    Jenn specializes in implementing high-impact and high-value employee development solutions. She has an extensive background in developing and facilitating content in leadership skills, as well as mentorship programs.  Jenn has helped individuals achieve greater potential through classroom training, workshops, long-term development programs, online modules, social media, presentations, and individual development plans.

    She partners with each client to uncover the unique needs and landscape before customizing solutions perfectly fit to each audience. She works in topics such as leadership development, DISC and team communication, project management, change and innovation, mentoring & coaching, presentation design, performance management, and developing employees.  She is also passionate about partnering with internal learning & development professionals to increase their expertise, influence and impact.

    Jenn is the author of Real World Training Design, a visual quick-guide for creating exceptional results within tight budgets and timelines.  Her second book on mentoring is expected in 2016.  Jenn co-authored a chapter on Balancing Time, Quality and Expectations in the ASTD Handbook 2nd Edition and has been published in the Pfeiffer Annual: Consulting journal three times, including her white paper on 5 Steps to Engagement: Simple and Practical Methods for Implementing an Employee Engagement Initiative. Jenn’s work can also be found in 101 Ways to Make Training Active, How to Write Terrific Training Materials, and the ASTD Trainer’s Toolkit app.  She has presented at the ATD International Conference in 2011, 2015 and 2016, as well as ATD chapters.

    Jenn has her BA from the University of Maryland Baltimore County in Digital Art, and her MA in Instructional Systems Design. She has earned credentials as a Certified Principal Evaluator (Kirkpatrick Evaluation), DISC-PIAV and Situational Leadership II Facilitator, as well as a certificate in Presentation Design from Duarte Design and Leadership Development. She is active at the national and local levels of ATD and has served on the ASTD Press Editorial Advisory Board. Jenn is pursuing a Coaching certification to expand her impact with senior leadership and executive partners.

    Besides learning and development, Jenn is passionate about scuba diving, the environment, and spending time with family. Jenn lives near Baltimore, MD with her amazing husband, daughters, and a turtle named Godzilla.

    Login credentials will be provided in the confirmation and reminder emails.
    • 18 Jul 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • TBD


    • 30 Jul 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • George Mason University Arlington Campus, Founders Hall, 3351 Fairfax Drive, Arlington, VA. (Room 207)
    • 28
    Register

    Information regarding the program and presenter will be published soon!

    If you register and are no longer able to attend, please send an email to cop_instructional_design@dcatd.org.

    Venue: George Mason University Arlington Campus, Founders Hall, 3351 Fairfax Drive, Arlington, VA. (Room 207)

    George Mason University Executive and Professional Education is focused on meeting the education and training needs of the business community with Certificate programs and professional certification preparation. Our broad range of professional development programs, including programs in Leadership, Project Management, Government Contracting, HR, and many others, serve the private sector, as well as local, state, and federal organizations. Quality, timely, and cost-effective programs can be accessed in open-enrollment public seminars, classroom based and online formats, and in-house contracted training. ATD Members enjoy 10 % discount on Mason EPE Open Enrollment Offerings* *(Exceptions to course discounts: Paralegal, Certified Financial Planner, ed2go online training, and others as indicated by GMU Executive and Professional Education.) To obtain the member only ATD Discount Code, contact the Metro DC ATD Office at admin@dcatd.org before you register for Mason Executive and Professional Education courses. 

    Directions to Founders Hall:

    From Washington, DC:

    Cross over the Roosevelt Bridge; follow signs to the George Washington Parkway. Once on the parkway, exit at Spout Run (left exit). Cross over Route 29 (Lee Highway). Spout Run is now Kirkwood Road. Cross over Washington Boulevard. Founders Hall is on the right, at North Fairfax Drive.

    From I-66 heading east:

    Exit I-66 at Glebe Road/Fairfax Drive (exit 71). The exit ramp turns into Fairfax Drive. After traveling one mile on North Fairfax Drive, you will see the FDIC building on the left. Founders Hall is past the FDIC building.

    *Note: All eastbound lanes of I-66 inside the Beltway are restricted to HOV-2 from 6:30 am to 9:00 am and all westbound lanes of I-66 inside the Beltway are restricted to HOV-2 from 4:00 pm to 6:30 pm.

    From I-66 heading west:

    Exit I-66 at Glebe Road (exit 71). Turn left onto Washington Boulevard. Stay on Washington Boulevard until you pass the Giant Supermarket; then turn right onto Kirkwood Road. Founders Hall is on the right, at North Fairfax Drive.

    *Note: All eastbound lanes of I-66 inside the Beltway are restricted to HOV-2 from 6:30 am to 9:00 am and all westbound lanes of I-66 inside the Beltway are restricted to HOV-2 from 4:00 pm to 6:30 pm.

    From I-395:

    Exit I-395 at Glebe Road North. Continue on Glebe Road, passing Ballston Common Mall on the right. Cross over Wilson Boulevard, then turn right onto Fairfax Drive. After one mile you will see the FDIC building on the left. Founders Hall is past the FDIC building.

    From Fairfax and Points West, via Route 50:

    Go east on Route 50 (Arlington Blvd.). Exit at Glebe Road, and turn left on Glebe. Turn right on Fairfax Drive. The Arlington Campus is one mile down on North Fairfax Drive, past the FDIC building, on the left.

    Please note: Paid visitor garage parking is available onsite at Founders Hall as is limited street parking outside the building. We do not provide validation for attendees who park in the visitor garage.

    By Metro:

    Take the Orange Line to the Virginia Square/GMU station. The Arlington Campus is approximately 2 blocks Take the escalator to the street level, and turn to face Fairfax Drive. Across the street and to the right, you will see the FDIC building. Cross the street and continue past the FDIC building. Founders Hall is on the left.

    • 13 Aug 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • George Mason University Arlington Campus, Founders Hall, 3351 Fairfax Drive, Arlington, VA
    • 30
    Register

    Have you read that book that you wish everyone in your circle knew about?

    Have you found that book that you tell everyone about - whether they ask or not?

    How about that book that you keep handy or - better yet - keep re-reading?

    Well here is your opportunity to share with the entire Free Agent CoP group. We are having our 1st Free Agent Book Share. Bring your favorite business book (or at least the title and author) and we will give you the chance to tell us all about it.

    Presenters:  Heather Archer and Stephanie Hubka

    Heather Archer launched her training company, Training de Jour, after many years of waiting and preparing. Prior to launch, she worked as an in-house Training Specialist for over 25 years in a variety of corporate settings. She has developed and presented training on a wide range of applications, from Microsoft Suite to custom, proprietary products. She is a Master Trainer through the Association of Talent Development (ATD) as well as currently holding MCT and MOS Master Certifications. Heather presents training with an eye to adapting technical and/or complex training to an ever-changing environment to support change management best practices. She also enjoys, for some reason, working with the cranky and “challenging” participants.

    Stephanie Hubka wants to live in a world where learning is exciting and inspiring and training is recognized as a natural driver of an organization’s strategy. As the managing partner at Protos Learning, her work focuses on learning innovation and technology, training design and delivery, and evaluation. During her career she has designed, developed, and delivered hundreds of instructor-led and online learning events for global audiences. She is also the co-founder and travel writer for Road Unraveled, a website that encourages people to use their vacation time.

    A graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, Stephanie is a Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP). She is a past president of the Metro DC Chapter of ATD and serves as a National Advisor for Chapters for ATD, and she is the communications chair for the International Association of Continuing Education and Training (IACET). Her passion for training is equaled only by her love of exploring the globe; an avid traveler, she has visited all 7 continents, 60 countries, and all 50 US states.



    • 15 Aug 2019
    • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Location to be sent at later date
    • 48
    Register

    Have you ever felt like you were constantly running into a brick wall for your talent development initiatives? Do you find yourself questioning your value and meaningful contributions to the organizational mission? Well, it’s time for you to get buy-in and become a strategic business partner.

    Upon successful completion of this webinar, participants should be able to:

    • Explain the importance of business partnering in the public sector
    • Discover new ways to use business partnering for seeking buyin for talent development initiatives
    • Apply effective business partnering skills using a consultative approach
    • Create a sustainable action plan including at least one new skill to enhance current business partnering practices

    Using engaging and interactive activities, participants will leave with a better understanding of the need for adopting a partnering approach. They will have the opportunity to practice serving as strategic business partners using a real-life case where management buy-in is essential for improved organizational performance. Through teamwork and collaboration, participants will generate ideas to bring about sustainable and actionable learning solutions. To begin the learning transfer process, they will leave with a template to create a professional action plan the will lead to enhanced business partnering skills. 

    Presenter:  Deadra Welcome

    Author, Founder, and CEO of Concerning Learning LLC, Deadra Welcome, has had a life-long passion for learning. Knowing she had a desire to help others achieve their best, Deadra attended Howard University in preparation for a career that would enable her to serve others. She attended Howard University and later in 2010, she earned her Certified Professional in Learning and Performance credential from the Association for Talent Development. This was followed by her Kirkpatrick Bronze Level Evaluation Certification from Kirkpatrick Partners. Along with this, she received the Certified Professional in Training Management designation from Training Industry. Most recently, in 2018 she earned the title of Certified MBTI Practitioner from the Myers-Briggs Foundation.

    In 2011, Deadra founded her training consulting business, Concerning Learning LLC, where she utilizes her decades of experience by creating actionable and sustainable learning experiences for government agencies, corporations, and nonprofit organizations. Her passion for helping others learn, led Deadra open the Extraordinary Learning Academy in 2017 to train and coach other workplace learning professionals to improve their capacity to design, develop, and deliver instructionally-sound learning experiences and improve their effectiveness to manage their learning departments.

    As an author, she shares her extensive knowledge of the principles of adult learning with her book titled, Don't Get Left Behind, an interactive journal that empowers readers to take charge of their own development. Outside of this, Deadra is a regular and sought-after contributor for organizations such as the Association for Talent Development, Training Industry, Management Concepts, and Training Officer’s Consortium.

    In her quest to transfer her passion for learning, Deadra joined the Federal Aviation Administration in 1991 where she designed, delivered, and managed training programs in the Airways Facilities Office, Corporate Learning Services, and the Office of Security and Hazardous Materials. By 2007, she had transitioned to the position of Senior Program Manager for the US Department of Energy's Office of Learning and Workforce Development, before serving as the US Census Bureau's Chief of Current Surveys Training Branch to lead a team of Training Specialists in creating training that impacted the missions of many federal agencies. Lastly, in 2016, Deadra had joined the US Department of Transportation, where she worked in the Office of the Chief Information Officer as its Training Program Manager.

    While working in the federal government for 27 years, Deadra created and implemented comprehensive mentoring, training evaluation, on-boarding, knowledge management, as well as employee and manager development programs, for thousands of employees. Whether the topic is business, human resources, Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), or leadership development, Deadra's goal has always been to help them individuals achieve excellence for the optimal levels of organizational performance.

    Her career journey continues to inspire others to “learn something new each day” which she models and encourages others show up as their best by joining her learning revolution!


    • 10 Sep 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • George Mason University Arlington Campus, Founders Hall, 3351 Fairfax Drive, Arlington, VA
    • 26
    Register

    This educational program discusses a process you can use to identify your financial goals and set a strategy. There are some unique challenges and opportunities that you face when it comes to investing. I’ll share the five questions you should ask yourself so you can feel better about your financial direction. 

    Laura Nash is a working girl, having held a variety of positions since high school. She has worked in the public and private sector in consulting, sales and management. Being an entrepreneur at her core, she left the government and bought a business; built it back up and sold it. Laura became a Financial Advisor because she wanted to create an environment where women can learn about investing so they feel more confident about their future. Laura has a Bachelor’s degree and MBA from George Washington University. 


    • 13 Sep 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Virtual
    • 98
    Register

    Back to school and learning is not just for children and college students! It is for ALL of us. Join us for an hour-long road trip through the resources available on the ATD website to use the Learning Roadmap and find resources to pave your path forward. The ATD website has a multitude of resources available for talent development professionals and it can be daunting to find your way through all that it offers and how to create your own learning plan. Get started with the next step in your learning process and plan.

    Login credentials will be provided in the confirmation and reminder emails.

    • 19 Sep 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • TBD


    • 24 Sep 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • George Mason University Arlington Campus, Founders Hall, 3351 Fairfax Drive, Arlington, VA. (Room 207)
    • 30
    Register

    Information regarding the program and presenter will be published soon!

    If you register and are no longer able to attend, please send an email to cop_instructional_design@dcatd.org.

    Venue: George Mason University Arlington Campus, Founders Hall, 3351 Fairfax Drive, Arlington, VA. (Room 207)

    George Mason University Executive and Professional Education is focused on meeting the education and training needs of the business community with Certificate programs and professional certification preparation. Our broad range of professional development programs, including programs in Leadership, Project Management, Government Contracting, HR, and many others, serve the private sector, as well as local, state, and federal organizations. Quality, timely, and cost-effective programs can be accessed in open-enrollment public seminars, classroom based and online formats, and in-house contracted training. ATD Members enjoy 10 % discount on Mason EPE Open Enrollment Offerings* *(Exceptions to course discounts: Paralegal, Certified Financial Planner, ed2go online training, and others as indicated by GMU Executive and Professional Education.) To obtain the member only ATD Discount Code, contact the Metro DC ATD Office at admin@dcatd.org before you register for Mason Executive and Professional Education courses. 

    Directions to Founders Hall:

    From Washington, DC:

    Cross over the Roosevelt Bridge; follow signs to the George Washington Parkway. Once on the parkway, exit at Spout Run (left exit). Cross over Route 29 (Lee Highway). Spout Run is now Kirkwood Road. Cross over Washington Boulevard. Founders Hall is on the right, at North Fairfax Drive.

    From I-66 heading east:

    Exit I-66 at Glebe Road/Fairfax Drive (exit 71). The exit ramp turns into Fairfax Drive. After traveling one mile on North Fairfax Drive, you will see the FDIC building on the left. Founders Hall is past the FDIC building.

    *Note: All eastbound lanes of I-66 inside the Beltway are restricted to HOV-2 from 6:30 am to 9:00 am and all westbound lanes of I-66 inside the Beltway are restricted to HOV-2 from 4:00 pm to 6:30 pm.

    From I-66 heading west:

    Exit I-66 at Glebe Road (exit 71). Turn left onto Washington Boulevard. Stay on Washington Boulevard until you pass the Giant Supermarket; then turn right onto Kirkwood Road. Founders Hall is on the right, at North Fairfax Drive.

    *Note: All eastbound lanes of I-66 inside the Beltway are restricted to HOV-2 from 6:30 am to 9:00 am and all westbound lanes of I-66 inside the Beltway are restricted to HOV-2 from 4:00 pm to 6:30 pm.

    From I-395:

    Exit I-395 at Glebe Road North. Continue on Glebe Road, passing Ballston Common Mall on the right. Cross over Wilson Boulevard, then turn right onto Fairfax Drive. After one mile you will see the FDIC building on the left. Founders Hall is past the FDIC building.

    From Fairfax and Points West, via Route 50:

    Go east on Route 50 (Arlington Blvd.). Exit at Glebe Road, and turn left on Glebe. Turn right on Fairfax Drive. The Arlington Campus is one mile down on North Fairfax Drive, past the FDIC building, on the left.

    Please note: Paid visitor garage parking is available onsite at Founders Hall as is limited street parking outside the building. We do not provide validation for attendees who park in the visitor garage.

    By Metro:

    Take the Orange Line to the Virginia Square/GMU station. The Arlington Campus is approximately 2 blocks Take the escalator to the street level, and turn to face Fairfax Drive. Across the street and to the right, you will see the FDIC building. Cross the street and continue past the FDIC building. Founders Hall is on the left.

    • 08 Oct 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • George Mason University Arlington Campus, Founders Hall, 3351 Fairfax Drive, Arlington, VA (Room 207)
    • 30
    Register

    For many of us in the training field, our voice is our moneymaker. Loss that and you lose the ability to communicate to workshop participants, you lose the ability to give keynote speeches, you lose the ability to interact with clients when working on projects.

    Join us for an interactive Free Agent CoP meeting to learn more about how to train your voice, prepare your voice and even protect your voice. 

    Presented by Lisa Schwanger, Free Agent CoP member and a trained Opera Singer. 

    More information to come!


    • 17 Oct 2019
    • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Location to be sent at later date
    • 50
    Register

    Attention Government Talent Development Employees, Contractors, and Consultants (local, state & federal)

    Bring your training challenges and opportunities for an interactive and informative, and practical training tune-up!

    At this collaborative event, we will work in small groups to do a crowd-sourcing activity to tune-up training for various government learning solutions. Walk away with innovative solutions to training problems that have perplexed your organization.

    Come with business cards, paper, pens or laptops and personal devices to network and capture ideas. A door raffle for prizes will be held.

    Refreshments will be served!


    • 29 Oct 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • George Mason University Arlington Campus, Founders Hall, 3351 Fairfax Drive, Arlington, VA. (Room 207)
    • 30
    Register

    Information regarding the program and presenter will be published soon!

    If you register and are no longer able to attend, please send an email to cop_instructional_design@dcatd.org.

    Venue: George Mason University Arlington Campus, Founders Hall, 3351 Fairfax Drive, Arlington, VA. (Room 207)

    George Mason University Executive and Professional Education is focused on meeting the education and training needs of the business community with Certificate programs and professional certification preparation. Our broad range of professional development programs, including programs in Leadership, Project Management, Government Contracting, HR, and many others, serve the private sector, as well as local, state, and federal organizations. Quality, timely, and cost-effective programs can be accessed in open-enrollment public seminars, classroom based and online formats, and in-house contracted training. ATD Members enjoy 10 % discount on Mason EPE Open Enrollment Offerings* *(Exceptions to course discounts: Paralegal, Certified Financial Planner, ed2go online training, and others as indicated by GMU Executive and Professional Education.) To obtain the member only ATD Discount Code, contact the Metro DC ATD Office at admin@dcatd.org before you register for Mason Executive and Professional Education courses. 

    Directions to Founders Hall:

    From Washington, DC:

    Cross over the Roosevelt Bridge; follow signs to the George Washington Parkway. Once on the parkway, exit at Spout Run (left exit). Cross over Route 29 (Lee Highway). Spout Run is now Kirkwood Road. Cross over Washington Boulevard. Founders Hall is on the right, at North Fairfax Drive.

    From I-66 heading east:

    Exit I-66 at Glebe Road/Fairfax Drive (exit 71). The exit ramp turns into Fairfax Drive. After traveling one mile on North Fairfax Drive, you will see the FDIC building on the left. Founders Hall is past the FDIC building.

    *Note: All eastbound lanes of I-66 inside the Beltway are restricted to HOV-2 from 6:30 am to 9:00 am and all westbound lanes of I-66 inside the Beltway are restricted to HOV-2 from 4:00 pm to 6:30 pm.

    From I-66 heading west:

    Exit I-66 at Glebe Road (exit 71). Turn left onto Washington Boulevard. Stay on Washington Boulevard until you pass the Giant Supermarket; then turn right onto Kirkwood Road. Founders Hall is on the right, at North Fairfax Drive.

    *Note: All eastbound lanes of I-66 inside the Beltway are restricted to HOV-2 from 6:30 am to 9:00 am and all westbound lanes of I-66 inside the Beltway are restricted to HOV-2 from 4:00 pm to 6:30 pm.

    From I-395:

    Exit I-395 at Glebe Road North. Continue on Glebe Road, passing Ballston Common Mall on the right. Cross over Wilson Boulevard, then turn right onto Fairfax Drive. After one mile you will see the FDIC building on the left. Founders Hall is past the FDIC building.

    From Fairfax and Points West, via Route 50:

    Go east on Route 50 (Arlington Blvd.). Exit at Glebe Road, and turn left on Glebe. Turn right on Fairfax Drive. The Arlington Campus is one mile down on North Fairfax Drive, past the FDIC building, on the left.

    Please note: Paid visitor garage parking is available onsite at Founders Hall as is limited street parking outside the building. We do not provide validation for attendees who park in the visitor garage.

    By Metro:

    Take the Orange Line to the Virginia Square/GMU station. The Arlington Campus is approximately 2 blocks Take the escalator to the street level, and turn to face Fairfax Drive. Across the street and to the right, you will see the FDIC building. Cross the street and continue past the FDIC building. Founders Hall is on the left.

    • 08 Nov 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Virtual
    • 94
    Register

    There is a growing understanding that the nature of our careers is changing. One reason for this, is in response to organizations having more complex and demanding problems to solve and at an ever-increasing rate.

    Most of us are now knowledge workers, especially with the growing advent of smart software and stakeholders demanding deeper and more connected relationships. The skills you require in your career are changing and you need to keep pace.

    In this session, Louise Carter will share with you the latest data on how to Future Proof your career.

    Louise has earned herself a reputation as a leading authority on Performance Excellence in Adults. Her career spans 25 years and she combines her studies in psychology, neuro-science, coaching and leadership to work with organisations and their people to advance their professional development. She has just completed her MBA


    Login credentials will be provided in the confirmation and reminder emails.

    • 12 Nov 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • George Mason University Arlington Campus, Founders Hall, 3351 Fairfax Drive, Arlington, VA (Room 207)
    • 30
    Register

    Running a training organization – whether in-house or independent – requires a certain skill set and knowledge base. Come to the Free Agent CoP November meeting to join what is sure to be a lively and informative discussion about just what it takes to run a successful training organization. Whether you want to go out on your own (or already have) or just want to make your in-house training organization better we’ve got you covered.

    Sample questions:

    • What is your pricing model?
    • Have you tried some that did not work?
    • Any special content in your contracts?
    • Do you use your own contracts or the client’s?
    • How do you justify the budget costs of your training programs?

    Be sure and bring your questions and your experience.


    • 12 Dec 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • TBD


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14 Jun 2019 Metro DC Chapter Career Connections CoP - Inquiring Minds Want to Know: What do T&D Recruiters Have To Say
13 Jun 2019 Metro DC Chapter ATD - Leadership Development CoP & Coaching CoP: The Power of Play
11 Jun 2019 CANCELLED - Metro DC Chapter ATD Free Agent CoP: Presenting at Conferences
09 May 2019 Metro DC Chapter ATD - Leadership Development CoP: Achieving Peak Leadership Fitness
30 Apr 2019 Metro DC Chapter ATD Instructional Design CoP - Preparing and Delivering AWESOME Virtual Presentations
23 Apr 2019 Metro DC Chapter Workshop - Developing and Implementing an Outward Mindset
17 Apr 2019 Metro DC Chapter ATD Webinar Series: Value-Added Virtual Learning
15 Apr 2019 Metro DC Chapter ATD Coaching CoP: Coaching in the Federal Government
11 Apr 2019 Metro DC Chapter ATD - Leadership Development CoP: Transforming Leaders through Vertical Development
28 Mar 2019 Metro DC Chapter of ATD’s "March Madness" Spring Networking
26 Mar 2019 Metro DC Chapter ATD Instructional Design CoP - Let’s Talk: Designing Diversity and Inclusion Training
18 Mar 2019 Metro DC Chapter ATD Coaching CoP: Using Emotional Intelligence in Coaching
14 Mar 2019 Metro DC Chapter ATD - Leadership Development CoP: What Do Great Leaders, Teachers, and Coaches Know about the Brain?
13 Mar 2019 Metro DC ATD Virtual Program: Outward Mindset - What's In It For Me?
12 Mar 2019 Metro DC Chapter ATD Free Agent CoP: Take Your Business to New Heights with Podcasting
08 Mar 2019 Metro DC Chapter Career Connections CoP: Stories Your Values Tell You
27 Feb 2019 Metro DC Chapter ATD Dinner Program - Put on your SCARF: Improving Leadership Through Neuroscience
27 Feb 2019 Metro DC Chapter ATD New Member Orientation
21 Feb 2019 Metro DC Chapter ATD Government CoP Webinar - Emotional Intelligence: Coping Strategies for Difficult Political Times
12 Feb 2019 Metro DC Chapter ATD Free Agent CoP: Super Skills of Successful Negotiators
07 Feb 2019 Metro DC Chapter ATD - Leadership Development CoP: Leading Well-Being: A Business Imperative for Today’s Leaders
17 Jan 2019 Metro DC Chapter ATD - Leadership Development CoP: 2019 Predictions Potluck
11 Jan 2019 Metro DC Chapter Career Connections CoP: Developing EQ to Manage your Career
08 Jan 2019 Metro DC Chapter ATD Free Agent CoP: Plan for a Successful 2019!
06 Dec 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD: 2018 Employee Learning Week (ELW) "Sharpen the Saw" Part II
27 Nov 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD Government CoP: Development for Government Professionals on a Dime
14 Nov 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD - Talent Development Share "n" Tell & Annual Meeting Celebration
14 Nov 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD Virtual Program: Learning Experiences in a Swipe-Left/Swipe-Right World
13 Nov 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD Free Agent CoP: Part II: Using Video to Boost Your Business
08 Nov 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD - Leadership Development CoP: Learning, Culture, and Change: An Interdependent Relationship to Boost Organizational Performance
05 Nov 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD Coaching CoP: Essential NLP: Discovering tools and techniques that help people make fast and lasting change
30 Oct 2018 Metro DC Chapter Instructional Design CoP: Learner Driven Personal Learning Environments (PLEs) and the PLE Ecosystem
11 Oct 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD - Leadership Development CoP: Building a Values-Based Organization Using Barrett’s Cultural Transformation Tools
09 Oct 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD Free Agent CoP: The Entrepreneurs Guide to Selling
05 Oct 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD Career Connections CoP: The Biggest Career Mistakes and How to Avoid Them
25 Sep 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD Instructional Design Competencies: What Every Learning and Development Professional Should Know
20 Sep 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD September Town Hall & Networking - Meet the 2019 Board!
19 Sep 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD Virtual Program: Artificial Intelligence and Instructor Presence in Digital Learning
17 Sep 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD Coaching CoP: What Really Makes Us Tick?
13 Sep 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD - Leadership Development CoP: Sustaining Engagement Through Organizational Change
11 Sep 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD Free Agent CoP: Using Video to Boost Your Business
07 Sep 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD Career Connections CoP: Find Your Fit: Gaining Experience & Moving Up - High Impact Strategies to Help You Stop Wasting Time in the Wrong Jobs
28 Aug 2018 Metro DC Chapter Instructional Design CoP: Incognito Needs Assessment
14 Aug 2018 Metro DC Chapter Free Agent CoP: Ice Cream Social
31 Jul 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD - Instructional Design: Energizing Learning Designs with Liberating Structures
19 Jul 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD - Meet the Board Evening Networking
13 Jul 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD - Career Connections CoP: Build & Maintain Strong Professional Networks
25 Jun 2018 CPLP Study Group for DC Chapter Members Registration
20 Jun 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD Instructional Design CoP - Challenge Accepted: Designing a Coaching Program
13 Jun 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD Dinner Program
04 Jun 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD Leadership Development CoP: Summer Reading Extravaganza!
25 May 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD - Webinar: Millennial Training Done Right
23 May 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD Leadership Development CoP: Applying Strengths to Increase Engagement, Performance, and Results
22 May 2018 ATD Research: Performance Improvement Methods and Skills (ATD Webcast)
21 May 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD 2018 Mentoring Program Registration
26 Apr 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD - Unlocking Your Potential: The Power of Personal Strength
24 Apr 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD - Instructional Design CoP Informal Learning Quest: Panel on Design Principles
13 Apr 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD - Career Connections: Aligning Values with Your Career
10 Apr 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD Free Agent: Writing the Great American Training Book
03 Apr 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD - Fill Your Toolbox: 10 Essential Technology Tools for Talent Development Professionals
29 Mar 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD: March Madness! Spring Networking Event
27 Mar 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD - Instructional Design CoP Back to Basics: Learning Theories in Practice
21 Mar 2018 Metro DC Chapter Webinar - Virtual Q&A: The Ins & Outs of Internal Mentoring Programs
13 Mar 2018 Metro DC Chapter Free Agent CoP - Make 2018 Your Most Successful Year Yet!
12 Mar 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD Coaching CoP: The Peer Coaching Revolution
07 Mar 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD Leadership Development CoP: Creating a Change Management Competency in Your Organization
01 Mar 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD: Making of a Mindful Leader
27 Feb 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD Instructional Development: The Payoff: Incorporating Return-on-Investment in Training Evaluation Programs
15 Feb 2018 Ask Your Peers About the CPLP
13 Feb 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD: Free Agent and Leadership Development CoP Event: Building Emotional Resilience with HeartMath
08 Feb 2018 Writing Impactful Learning Objectives
06 Feb 2018 Now What? Disruptive Ideas to Sustain Manager Development
01 Feb 2018 ATD Research: 2017 State of the Industry
24 Jan 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD - 2018 Member Focus Group
18 Jan 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD Leadership Development CoP: 2018 Predictions Potluck
16 Jan 2018 Metro DC Chapter ATD Coaching CoP: Imagine Your Goals for 2018
12 Dec 2017 Free Agent CoP: 2017 Celebration Potluck – Yes, And… 2017 is a Wrap!
07 Dec 2017 Metro DC Chapter ATD - 2017 Employee Learning Week "Sharpen the Saw"
06 Dec 2017 Metro DC Chapter ATD: Instructional Design and Career Connections CoPs Trends and Technologies
05 Dec 2017 Metro DC Chapter ATD: Leadership Development and Free Agents CoPs Trends and Technologies
04 Dec 2017 Metro DC Chapter ATD: Coaching and Government CoPs Trends and Technologies
30 Nov 2017 Metro DC Annual Meeting and Dinner Program
15 Nov 2017 November Monthly Webinar: Mobilizing Learning - CANCELLED
14 Nov 2017 Free Agent CoP: Websites, Blogging, Videos, SEO… Oh My!?!?
09 Nov 2017 Leadership Development CoP: Become a Radical Learning Revolutionary
25 Oct 2017 Metro DC ATD October Dinner Program: CANCELLED
18 Oct 2017 Metro DC Chapter ATD Fall Networking Event
18 Oct 2017 October Webinar: Crucial Conversations -Tools for Talking When Stakes are High
12 Oct 2017 Coaching and Leadership Development CoPs: Coaching and Mentoring for Leadership Development
10 Oct 2017 Metro DC Chapter ATD Free Agent CoP: How to Boost Your Engagements Using LinkedIn
26 Sep 2017 Instructional Design CoP: Turning Nightmares into Fairy-tales: Working with Difficult SMEs
21 Sep 2017 Government CoP: Introduction to Human Performance Technology
20 Sep 2017 Metro DC Chapter Monthly Webinar: Extend Your Influence By Re-Packaging Your Talent
14 Sep 2017 Leadership Development CoP: Exploring the Current State of LD
12 Sep 2017 Metro DC Chapter ATD Free Agent CoP: Personal Branding for the Free Agent
11 Sep 2017 Coaching CoP - Coaching Tools, Techniques and Assessments
08 Sep 2017 Metro DC Chapter Career Connections: It Starts with You: Accountability Strategies that Boost Your Performance
29 Aug 2017 Instructional Design CoP: Challenge Accepted: Design your Evaluation Plan
23 Aug 2017 Metro DC ATD August Dinner Program: How to Make Dry Content POP!
16 Aug 2017 August Monthly Webinar - Examples and Strategies for Meaningful Microlearning
11 Aug 2017 Metro DC Chapter Career Connections: How Having True Conversations Can Propel Your Career in the Right Direction!
27 Jul 2017 Metro DC ATD July Dinner Program - Military Generals, Mindfulness and Emotional Intelligence
25 Jul 2017 Instructional Design CoP: “I need to evaluate a training intervention. Where do I start?”
20 Jul 2017 Government CoP: ROI by Design: Connecting Learning Programs to Business Outcomes
19 Jul 2017 "Meet the Board" July Networking Evening
19 Jul 2017 July Monthly Webinar - New Methods to Internally Market Your Training
14 Jul 2017 Career Connections: How Mastering Soft Skills and Networking Advances Your Career Success
11 Jul 2017 Metro DC ATD July Workshop - Learn to make the most of every interaction through the Emergenetics experience!
10 Jul 2017 Coaching CoP - Implementing a Successful Coaching Program
28 Jun 2017 Metro DC ATD June Dinner Program - 25 Things You Didn't Know PowerPoint Could Do
27 Jun 2017 Instructional Design CoP: Creative Design Challenge - Using Think Like a Genius To Unlock Your Inner Designer
22 Jun 2017 Government CoP: Social Learning in Government Training
21 Jun 2017 June Monthly Webinar - Talent Management Service Delivery: Moving HR from a Cost to a Value Center
13 Jun 2017 Metro DC Chapter Free Agent CoP: It’s Sales, Not Rocket Science! Sales Tactics Made Easy
12 Jun 2017 Coaching CoP - Exploring the ATD Coaching Competencies
09 Jun 2017 Career Connections - 7 Steps to Creating a Strategic Plan for Your Career
08 Jun 2017 Leadership Development CoP: Lessons in Levity
12 May 2017 Career Connections - Unlocking the Secrets of Online Job Applications and ATS (Applicant Tracking Systems)
11 May 2017 Leadership Development CoP: Conscious Leadership
09 May 2017 The Free Agent and Networking: How to Make the Most of Your Networking Opportunities
26 Apr 2017 Metro DC ATD April Dinner Program - Understanding and Influencing the Future of Learning
25 Apr 2017 Challenge Accepted: Microlearning Design
20 Apr 2017 Leadership Development CoP: Envisioning a Center for Talent Development with DoD's Chief Learning Officer
19 Apr 2017 April Monthly Webinar - This is Learning Experience Design
14 Apr 2017 Career Connections - Find Your Future: Make It Happen
11 Apr 2017 The Free Agent’s Guide to the Effective Use of Influence
10 Apr 2017 Metro DC Chapter ATD Mentoring Program
30 Mar 2017 “Spring into Action” Networking Evening
22 Mar 2017 Metro DC ATD March Dinner Program - A Two Way Street: Leading Instructional Designers
15 Mar 2017 March Monthly Webinar - Using Budget Cuts to Further Your Career in Talent Development
14 Mar 2017 The Free Agent and Online Marketing: How to Get More Traffic on a Limited Budget
10 Mar 2017 Career Connections March Webinar: Values Are Who We Are
28 Feb 2017 Instructional Design CoP - User Design: Designing Instruction With (Not For) Others
22 Feb 2017 February Dinner Program: Onboarding and Supporting Leaders
22 Feb 2017 Government CoP February 2017 Virtual Meeting
15 Feb 2017 February Monthly Webinar - Updated E-Learning Authoring Tools Comparison
10 Feb 2017 Career Connections: Find Your Fit! Practical Advice for Improving Job Satisfaction
07 Feb 2017 Anxiety and the Free Agent: Your Role in an Uncertain Environment
13 Jan 2017 Career Connections: Using LinkedIn to Expand Your Professional Network
12 Jan 2017 Leadership Development CoP: 2017 Predictions Potluck
10 Jan 2017 Free Agent CoP Meeting: The Necessity of Partnerships
08 Dec 2016 Metro DC Chapter of ATD - Employee Learning Week 2016 CPLP Panel
08 Dec 2016 Leadership Development CoP - Lessons from Walmart: How L&D Can Solve Businesses Biggest Problems
30 Nov 2016 Metro Chapter DC ATD CoP UnConference
21 Nov 2016 Metro DC Chapter of ATD: 2016 Employee Learning Week Introductory Webinar
21 Nov 2016 Metro DC Chapter ATD: ELW Learning Challenge Registration
16 Nov 2016 Metro DC Chapter Monthly Webinar - Speaking to the Brain in Pictures
14 Nov 2016 Metro DC Chapter of ATD Membership Check-In Call
10 Nov 2016 Leadership Development CoP - Tell Your Story: Influencing Without Authority
09 Nov 2016 Metro DC Chapter Volunteer Fair and Networking Event
08 Nov 2016 Free Agent CoP - Tools of the Entrepreneur
02 Nov 2016 November Evening Webinar: Agile ISD
26 Oct 2016 October Dinner Program: Videos, Podcasts, Screen Text and More
25 Oct 2016 Instructional Design CoP - Let's Play! Designing Effective Learning Simulations
21 Oct 2016 Reimagining Federal HR and HR Training and Development in a New Administration
20 Oct 2016 Government CoP: Building Innovation in Government - One Designer at a Time
19 Oct 2016 October Webinar: Five Steps for Planning a Professional Webcast
14 Oct 2016 Career Connections: 15 Things Not to Do and Say at a Job Interview
13 Oct 2016 Leadership Development CoP: The Federal Coaching Network: Grassroots Leadership in Action
11 Oct 2016 Free Agent CoP - Entrepreneurship and Creative Genius
05 Oct 2016 October Evening Webinar: Agile ISD
28 Sep 2016 September Metro DC Chapter ATD Dinner Program: Exploring Entrepreneurship
28 Sep 2016 New Member Orientation
27 Sep 2016 Instructional Design CoP- Digital Badges: Impacts of Instructional Design
22 Sep 2016 Government CoP: Trends in Training Performance-based Measurement
19 Sep 2016 Metro DC ATD Membership Check-In Call
16 Sep 2016 Career Connections: Career Happiness is Not a Myth!
15 Sep 2016 Leadership Development CoP: Cultivating Grassroots Leadership: A World Café Event
14 Sep 2016 September Webinar: 25 Things You Didn't Know PowerPoint Could Do
30 Aug 2016 August Instructional Design Community of Practice Monthly Meeting
24 Aug 2016 August Metro DC Chapter ATD Dinner Program: Beyond Training
03 Aug 2016 Workshop: E-Learning Uncovered: Adobe Captivate
27 Jul 2016 Workshop: Let’s Talk: How to Deliver Effective, Conversational Presentations That Motivate
26 Jul 2016 ATD Metro DC Chapter Instructional Design Community of Practice July Meeting
21 Jul 2016 Government CoP: Networking – Where’s Your Network?
20 Jul 2016 July Webinar: Leverage, not Levels – Preparing Adult Learners for the Training Experience
19 Jul 2016 Meet the Board Networking Event
12 Jul 2016 Sponsored Webinar: Adaptive Learning, Unleashing the Holy Grail of Deep Learning Measurement
28 Jun 2016 ATD Metro DC Chapter Instructional Design Community of Practice Meeting
27 Jun 2016 Workshop: Using Learning Assessments in Training and Development
16 Jun 2016 Government CoP Kick Off Meeting and ATD ICE Recap
15 Jun 2016 June Webinar: Simulated Training: Using Simulations to Develop Front-line Managers
27 May 2016 Free Agent CoP - How to Work with the Government
18 May 2016 Metro DC ATD May Webinar: A Different Way to Maximize Learning
12 May 2016 Leadership Development CoP: Leadership Unscripted --– Combining Technology and Improv
06 May 2016 Metro DC Chapter of ATD Workshop - Finding the Words: How to Share Your Business Offerings Effectively and Mastering Delivery Using Comedy
06 May 2016 Metro DC Chapter of ATD Workshop - Getting Your Business Off the Ground: Build The Ultimate Training Business Profit Plan
04 May 2016 Join the Metro DCATD Virtual Book Club in Time for Our First Book
29 Apr 2016 Free Agent CoP - E-Learning Design
27 Apr 2016 April ATD Dinner Program: Stand Out by Building Your Personal Brand
27 Apr 2016 April Dinner Program Headshot Appointment
27 Apr 2016 New Member Orientation
20 Apr 2016 DC ATD April Webinar: Prezi and PowerPoint - A Side-by-Side Comparison
14 Apr 2016 Leadership Development CoP: Design Thinking for Leadership Development
29 Mar 2016 DC ATD Mentoring Program
25 Mar 2016 Free Agent CoP - Developing Thought Leadership & Building a Solid Network on LinkedIn
23 Mar 2016 March ATD Dinner Program: Instructional Design Bracket Challenge
16 Mar 2016 DC ATD March Webinar: The Leader’s Network: Elevating Relationships and Results
11 Mar 2016 Career Connections: Achieving Your Career Goals in 2016—and Beyond!
10 Mar 2016 Leadership Development CoP: Leading for Innovation at OPM's Innovation Lab
29 Feb 2016 DC ATD Spring CPLP Study Group
26 Feb 2016 Free Agent CoP - How and Why to Start Using Video for Your Business
24 Feb 2016 February ATD Dinner Program: Innovations in Leadership Development
17 Feb 2016 DC ATD February Webinar: Key Learning Trends and the Future of Learning
11 Feb 2016 Leadership Development CoP: Creating Champions for Change
27 Jan 2016 New Year's Networking Event
22 Jan 2016 Free Agent CoP - 10 Tips to Rock Your Next Presentation or Webinar
20 Jan 2016 DC ATD January Webinar: The Metrics of Talent Development: Many metrics; One Methodology
15 Jan 2016 Career Connections: Six Insider Strategies for a Powerful Resume
14 Jan 2016 Leadership Development CoP: 2016 Predictions Potluck
18 Dec 2015 Career Connections: “Negotiating Your Next Job Offer"
10 Dec 2015 Leadership Development CoP: International Youth Leadership: A Conversation with Tomorrow’s World Leaders
07 Dec 2015 DC Metro Chapter ATD - 2015 ELW CPLP Panel
07 Dec 2015 DC Metro Chapter ATD - 2015 ELW Learning Challenge Registration
30 Nov 2015 DC Metro Chapter ATD - 2015 ELW Learning Challenge
18 Nov 2015 November ATD Dinner Meeting: Moving from Flying Bullets to Instructional Animations
18 Nov 2015 DC ATD November Webinar: The Neuroscience of Infographics
13 Nov 2015 Career Connections: Telecommuting and Flexible Job Market
12 Nov 2015 Leadership Development CoP: The Self-Aware Leader: Using Behavioral Assessments to Raise Leader Self-Awareness and Effectiveness
22 Oct 2015 Leadership Development CoP - Part 2 - Multigenerational Leadership: Who's In Charge and What Does that Mean?
21 Oct 2015 October ATD Dinner Meeting: Building an Integrated Talent Management Approach
21 Oct 2015 Calling All New ATD Members
21 Oct 2015 DC ATD October Webinar: Research and Best Practices: Using MOOCs in Talent Development
08 Oct 2015 Leadership Development CoP -Multigenerational Leadership: Who's In Charge and What Does that Mean?
29 Sep 2015 ATD Workshop: How to Capture Your Audience's Attention with the Sound of Your Voice
25 Sep 2015 Free Agent CoP - Six Self-Promotion Strategies for More Ideal Clients
23 Sep 2015 DC ATD September Webinar: Using Coaching During the Instructional Design Process
17 Sep 2015 Fall 2015 CPLP Study Group - For Members Only
17 Sep 2015 ATD Metro DC Chapter's Volunteer Fair/Networking Event!
11 Sep 2015 Career Connections: Open Discussion—Career and Job Q&A
10 Sep 2015 Leadership Development CoP - Leadership Development for Tomorrow's Leaders: A World Cafe Event
22 Jul 2015 ATD Workshop: The Tried, The True and the Trendy
15 Jul 2015 DC ATD July Webinar: Microlearning - Training in a World Without Time
10 Jul 2015 Career Connections: “Keeping Your Career on Track"
26 Jun 2015 Free Agent CoP - Align by Design
24 Jun 2015 ATD Workshop: Creating a Learning Game: A Rapid Prototyping Approach
24 Jun 2015 ATD Workshop: Gamification - Both Workshops
24 Jun 2015 ATD Workshop: Tools of Engagement: Gamification, Storytelling and Audience Response Systems
17 Jun 2015 June ATD Dinner Meeting: How Leaders Approach Learning
17 Jun 2015 ATD June Webinar: The Successful Virtual Classroom: 5 Keys to Success
11 Jun 2015 Leadership Development CoP: The Leadership Story: A Tool for Developing Effective Leadership
05 Jun 2015 Career Connections: “Types of Job Interviews and Strategies for Acing Them"
03 Jun 2015 New Member Orientation
22 May 2015 Free Agent CoP - Create Remarkable Video Using An IPhone
20 May 2015 DC ATD May 2015 Webinar: Enterprise Mobile Learning: Trends That Will Shape the Workplace
14 May 2015 Leadership Development CoP: Learning Leaders: A Sneak Peek at GMU’s CLO Graduate Program
14 May 2015 ATD Workshop: Optimizing LinkedIn for Career and Organizational Success
05 May 2015 Metro DC ATD Cinco de Mayo Networking Cruise
28 Apr 2015 DC Chapter Mentoring Program
24 Apr 2015 Free Agent CoP: The Three Seeds You Should Plant for a Thriving Business
16 Apr 2015 April ATD Dinner Meeting - Visual Explanations: How to Describe and Clarify With Graphics
15 Apr 2015 DCATD April 2015 Webinar: Applying Coaching to Training and Instructional Design
09 Apr 2015 Leadership Development CoP: The Present Leader: The Impact of Being Here Now
03 Apr 2015 Career Connections: Resumes: What Works for Today?
03 Apr 2015 ATD Workshop: Team Discovery – Close the Interaction Gap and Increase Team Effectiveness
27 Mar 2015 Free Agent CoP: Do You Know Your Value?
18 Mar 2015 March ATD Dinner Meeting - Covey: Leading at the Speed of Trust
18 Mar 2015 A Lexicon of Games - March
13 Mar 2015 Career Connections: Likeability: the Networking Spark for Strategic Connections
27 Feb 2015 Free Agent CoP: Five Truths Investors Need to Know
25 Feb 2015 CPLP Study Group for DC Chapter Members
19 Feb 2015 February Dinner Meeting: Getting to Kirkpatrick Levels 3 and 4: Creating Believable Value
18 Feb 2015 eLearning is broken - Agile Evaluation and the Feedback Loop
12 Feb 2015 Leadership Development CoP: A Candid Chat with DoD's Civilian Workforce Chief Learning Officer
06 Feb 2015 Career Connections: From Wantraprenuer to Entrepreneur ... Do YOU Have What It Takes to Chart Your Own Course?
23 Jan 2015 Free Agent CoP: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Being a Small Business Owner, but Didn’t Know Who to Ask
21 Jan 2015 January Dinner Meeting: Mentoring Programs
08 Jan 2015 Leadership Development CoP: Branding for Leaders
08 Jan 2015 Career Connections: Standing Out in Your Job Search
19 Dec 2014 Free Agent CoP: Cheers to Past and Future Success
11 Dec 2014 Leadership Development CoP: The Socially Responsible Leader
09 Dec 2014 Learning Technologies CoP: Tin Can - a Learning Technology Specification
05 Dec 2014 ELW How The Brain Processess
05 Dec 2014 Career Connections: Staying Motivated in Your Job Search
03 Dec 2014 ELW Measuring Impact
03 Dec 2014 ELW Lessons Learned in Performance Management
02 Dec 2014 ELW Vendor Selection and Management
01 Dec 2014 ELW Managing Learning Programs
01 Dec 2014 ELW How Do You Encourage Learning
21 Nov 2014 Free Agent CoP: What Is Legal Protection and Why It's Important for Your Small Business
20 Nov 2014 ATD Monthly Meeting this Thursday: Organizational Development
19 Nov 2014 New Member Orientation
19 Nov 2014 Webinar: Learning Management System State of Affairs by Craig Weiss
13 Nov 2014 Leadership Development CoP - Bounce Back: Building Resilience To See You Through
07 Nov 2014 Career Connections: Own It! Building Career Agility for Yourself
24 Oct 2014 Free Agent CoP: The Art of Partnership
23 Oct 2014 Webinar: Updated E-Learning Authoring Tools Comparison
22 Oct 2014 Icebreakers, Icebreakers, and More Icebreakers
09 Oct 2014 Tiny TED Talk Think-In: Develop Your Leadership Communication Skills
03 Oct 2014 Career Connections: "Salary Negotiation Tips and Best Practices"
30 Sep 2014 Webinar: Coaching 101
26 Sep 2014 Free Agent CoP: Rock Your Website
24 Sep 2014 Reimagining Learning Through Design Thinking
11 Sep 2014 Leadership Development CoP Meeting - Leadership Development Strategies for Performance-Driving Cultures
10 Sep 2014 Break into Fall with our First Networking Event of the Season!
05 Sep 2014 Career Connections: "Why Work with a Career Coach?”
20 Aug 2014 DC ASTD Learning Technologies Fair
20 Aug 2014 Webinar: Making Learning Stick
23 Jul 2014 DC ASTD Monthly Meeting: Becoming More Employable or Promotable
23 Jul 2014 New Member Orientation
16 Jul 2014 Webinar:"Social Media Tools for Learning – Boot Camp" by Shannon Tipton
11 Jul 2014 Career Connections "Navigating a Successful Career Transition”
08 Jul 2014 Webinar: Top Design Techniques for Impactful Blended Learning Programs
27 Jun 2014 Free Agent CoP: How To Work with a Virtual Assistant… and Why You Should Want To
24 Jun 2014 Webinar: Top Design Techniques for Impactful Blended Learning Programs
18 Jun 2014 DC ASTD Monthly Meeting: Assessment Instruments Sampler: EQ-i, SDI, and MBTI
17 Jun 2014 TechCoP: Review of Captivate 8 by eLearning Joe
11 Jun 2014 Leadership Development CoP Meeting - Work Hard, Play Hard to Boost Team Creativity and Motivation
06 Jun 2014 Career Connections Discussion Series - Career Portfolios: What Are They and Why Do I Need One?
23 May 2014 Free Agent CoP: Two Minute Feedback
22 May 2014 DC ASTD Monthly Meeting: Visual Facilitation
21 May 2014 Webinar: Making Interactivity Count
13 May 2014 Learning Technologies CoP: CoP Brainstorming Session - Invigorate our community!
09 May 2014 Career Connections Discussion Series - Using Social Media in Your Job Search
08 May 2014 Leadership Development CoP Meeting: Action Learning for Leadership Development
07 May 2014 Workshop: The Bottom Line on ROI: How to Measure the ROI in Learning and Development, Performance Improvement and Human Resources
06 May 2014 Coaching SIG: Authentic Use of "Who"?
25 Apr 2014 Free Agent CoP: The Power of Information Products
23 Apr 2014 Webinar - A Practical Guide to Level 3 and Level 4 Evaluations
16 Apr 2014 DC ASTD Monthly Meeting: Copyright Issues for Trainers
10 Apr 2014 Leadership Development CoP: Community Leaders Panel on Building Strong Communities
04 Apr 2014 Career Connections Discussion Series - Effective Networking Strategies
01 Apr 2014 Coaching SIG: Transform Your Relationship to Money for Financial Success
28 Mar 2014 Free Agent CoP: The Money is in the System
26 Mar 2014 Webinar - Mobile Learning: What You Need to Know
20 Mar 2014 Workshop: Demonstrate Value and Get Your "Seat at the Table"
19 Mar 2014 DC ASTD Monthly Meeting: Making Sense Out of Evaluation Data
19 Mar 2014 New Member Orientation
13 Mar 2014 Leadership Development CoP: Creating a Culture of Rapid Learning and Improvement through Frequent Feedback
11 Mar 2014 ISD COP Happy hour and Network event
07 Mar 2014 NEW! Career Connections Discussion Series
04 Mar 2014 Coaching SIG: Successfully Connecting with Others - for Relationships and Business!
28 Feb 2014 Free Agent CoP: An Inspirational Vision Statement: What Is It And How Can I Create One?
27 Feb 2014 Leadership Development CoP: Strengths-based Leadership
20 Feb 2014 DC ASTD Monthly Meeting: Networking With Impact--Using Stories to Make You Memorable
14 Feb 2014 WEATHER CANCELATION - Silver Line Forum: 2014 Trends and Predictions
13 Feb 2014 Performance Support Systems: Moving Training into the Field - Where It Can Be Most Effective
07 Feb 2014 NEW! Career Connections Discussion Series
04 Feb 2014 Coaching SIG: Successfully Connecting with Others - for Relationships and Business!
29 Jan 2014 New Year Networking
17 Jan 2014 Free Agent CoP: Reaching New Heights in 2014
15 Jan 2014 DC ASTD Dinner Meeting: CLO Panel
15 Jan 2014 Designing for Clarity: Graphic Design Tips for Non-Graphic Designers
09 Jan 2014 Leadership Development CoP: Are You Game? Come Test Drive a New Leadership Development Game
07 Jan 2014 Coaching SIG: Coaching from a Health and Wellness Perspective
12 Dec 2013 Leadership Development CoP: End-of-Year Celebration
05 Dec 2013 Metro DC ASTD Holiday Volunteer Appreciation Dinner
03 Dec 2013 Coaching SIG: Coaching Parents and Coaching Youth – Two Types of Coaching
20 Nov 2013 Metro DC ASTD Chapter Meeting: Going out on Your Own
14 Nov 2013 Leadership Development CoP: Achieve Exceptional Results and Improve Relationships by Setting and Maintaining Boundaries with Others
14 Nov 2013 Workshop: Cinderella and the Art of Managing Training Projects
13 Nov 2013 Silver Line Forum: A Primer on Design Thinking
05 Nov 2013 Coaching SIG: How to Develop a Thriving Coaching Business
18 Oct 2013 Free Agent CoP: Using Speaking Engagements to Build Your Business
17 Oct 2013 Icebreakers, Icebreakers, and More Icebreakers
17 Oct 2013 New Member Orientation
10 Oct 2013 Leadership Development CoP: Mission-based Management: Lessons-Learned from the World of Non-Profits
09 Oct 2013 Silver Line Forum: The Hottest Topic in Education -- MOOCs
01 Oct 2013 Coaching SIG: Coaching Programs Showcase and Panel Discussion
27 Sep 2013 Free Agent CoP: Website Strategies
26 Sep 2013 Workshop: Performance Consulting Skills for Trainers
19 Sep 2013 Leadership Development CoP: Fueled for Followership: Your Ignition for Results
18 Sep 2013 Learning Technology Fair
11 Sep 2013 Silver Line Forum: Social and Mobile Learning
10 Sep 2013 Coaching SIG: An Introduction to Visual Journaling
22 Aug 2013 Workshop: E-Learning Uncovered - Adobe Captivate
25 Jul 2013 Workshop: E-Learning Uncovered: Articulate Storyline
19 Jul 2013 Webinar - The Principles of Intercultural Writing: Creating Content for Non-Native English Speakers
19 Jul 2013 Free Agent SIG: Using LinkedIn to Grow Your Training and Development Business
18 Jul 2013 Networking Happy Hour
11 Jul 2013 Learning Technologies SIG: HTML5 and mobile
10 Jul 2013 Career Advancement Mini-Conference: Get Ready To Snag That Great New Job or Promotion!
10 Jul 2013 Silver Line Forum: Designing for a Diverse Audience
13 Jun 2013 Leadership SIG: 1st Annual Leadership Development Community of Practice Networking event and Summer Social
05 Jun 2013 Silver Line Forum: Learning Management Systems (LMS) - Love 'em or Leave 'em
29 May 2013 Breakfast Session: Out of the Box: From Command & Control to Connect & Collaborate - Session Full!
23 May 2013 A Case Study: IFC's Global Social Collaboration Platform
17 May 2013 Free Agent SIG: Blogging to Share Your Expertise and Increase Your Visibility
09 May 2013 Leadership SIG: Gamification, Making Leadership Development fun and effective
09 May 2013 Networking: Happy Hour at Seasons 52 in Tysons
09 May 2013 Learning Technologies SIG: Living through Flash to iPad/HTML5 Conversion and Development
08 May 2013 Webinar: Facilitating in the Virtual Classroom
08 May 2013 Forum: Silver Line Peer Learning Forum Kick-Off Event
07 May 2013 Coaching SIG: The Power of Presence - Practical Approaches for Coaches
26 Apr 2013 Free Agent SIG: Certifications: Which Ones Are Right for Your Small Business?
25 Apr 2013 Dinner: 25 Things You Didn't Know PowerPoint Could Do
18 Apr 2013 Workshop: Winning Presentations - The Dos and Don'ts of Speaking Effectively To Any Audience
09 Apr 2013 Leadership SIG: An Appreciative Inquiry project; Transforming the Leadership Development SIG into a Community of Practice
02 Apr 2013 Coaching SIG: Matters of the Heart
21 Mar 2013 Dinner: Gamification of Learning
21 Mar 2013 Workshop: Demonstrate Value - 51 Tips for Level 1-4 Evaluations
15 Mar 2013 Free Agent SIG:Small Business Lessons Learned the Hard Way
14 Mar 2013 Leadership SIG: Leading Organizations to Excellence
14 Mar 2013 Learning Technologies SIG: Responsive E-Learning
12 Mar 2013 Webinar: Measuring Strategic, Visible, and Costly Learning Programs
21 Feb 2013 February Dinner: Powering Up- Mobilizing Yourself and Others
14 Feb 2013 Learning Technologies SIG: Top Trends in E-Learning
14 Feb 2013 February Workshop: Coaching Employees for Optimal Results
13 Feb 2013 Leadership SIG: Ask a Leader, Leadership Development Panel
07 Feb 2013 Networking Event: Circa at Clarendon
23 Jan 2013 CANCELLED: Dulles GIG: Collaborative Leadership - Effective Skills for Today’s Social World
17 Jan 2013 January Dinner: Going Global - Taking Your Training to Tahiti (or Tel Aviv)
10 Jan 2013 Leadership SIG: Appreciative Inquiry, building on what is going right!
10 Jan 2013 Learning Technologies SIG: New A/V Technology for Trainers
10 Jan 2013 January Workshop: How to Design Effective Training Programs
28 Dec 2012 Mentoring Partnership Program
13 Dec 2012 Leadership SIG: End-of-Year Celebration
10 Dec 2012 Learning Technologies SIG: Holiday Party
07 Dec 2012 Employee Learning Week: Employee Development on a Shoestring: Developing Talent Outside the Classroom
06 Dec 2012 Metro DC Holiday Dinner
06 Dec 2012 Employee Learning Week: Seven Emotions Every Employer Wants and Every Employee Needs
05 Dec 2012 Employee Learning Week: Taking Your Leadership to the “Next Level”
04 Dec 2012 Employee Learning Week: Unlock the 7 Powerful Thinking Styles in Your Team
03 Dec 2012 Employee Learning Week: Drive Change and Top-Notch Results by Strengthening Employee Motivation
16 Nov 2012 Free Agent SIG: Managing Cash Flow with QuickBooks, Quicken, and Excel
15 Nov 2012 Leadership SIG: Power Up Your Leadership Development with Accelerated Learning
13 Nov 2012 Professional Development: So you want to be a CPLP? (Information Session)
08 Nov 2012 November Dinner: educaTED: Learning Redefined
08 Nov 2012 Learning Technologies SIG: New A/V Technology for Trainers
19 Oct 2012 Free Agent SIG: Identifying the Real Cost of Your Services
18 Oct 2012 October Dinner: 12 Surprising Techniques to Improve Level 1 Evaluation
11 Oct 2012 Leadership SIG: Managing Different Generations
11 Oct 2012 OD Book SIG: The Tools: Transform Your Problems into Courage, Confidence, and Creativity
26 Sep 2012 Networking Event: Panache
25 Sep 2012 Dulles GIG: Engaging Employees Across Generations
21 Sep 2012 Free Agent SIG: "It's Going to Cost What?!"
20 Sep 2012 September Dinner: Facilitating Organizational Change – Releasing the Power of Paradigms
13 Sep 2012 Leadership SIG: Mastering Challenging Conversations
17 Aug 2012 Free Agent SIG: What's Your Elevator Speech?
09 Aug 2012 OD Book SIG: DARE – Attain Greatness Through Authenticity
20 Jul 2012 Free Agent SIG: Marketing to New Leads and Prospects
15 Jul 2012 September/November Members' CPLP Study Group
12 Jul 2012 Learning Technologies SIG: Authoring Tool - Articulate Storyline
28 Jun 2012 Webinar: Showcasing Your Expertise Without Bragging
21 Jun 2012 June Dinner: Improvisational Leadership – Buy-in and Morale on the Fly
15 Jun 2012 Free Agent SIG: Marketing to Existing Clients
14 Jun 2012 Leadership SIG: Summer Social and Planning for 2013
23 May 2012 May Workshop: Managing the Learning Function
17 May 2012 May Dinner: Make Your Contacts Count - Networking Know-How for Training Professionals
10 May 2012 Leadership SIG: Coaching Skills for Managers (Live or Webinar)
10 May 2012 Learning Technologies SIG: Yours, Mine & Ours: Copyright and Creative Commons in Education & Training
10 May 2012 OD SIG: Book Discussion Group “Roadmap to Success: America's Top Intellectual Minds Map Out Successful Business Strategies” by Sheila Haji
09 May 2012 Dulles Corridor Geographic Interest Group (GIG): NeuroLeadership: The Science of Creating Lasting Change
03 May 2012 Networking Event: Rustico
30 Apr 2012 Professional Development: So you want to be a CPLP? (Information Session)
20 Apr 2012 Free Agent SIG: Unleash Your Inner Author
19 Apr 2012 April Dinner: Low Cost Employee Development
12 Apr 2012 Leadership SIG: Measuring Leadership (Live or Webinar)
12 Apr 2012 Learning Technologies SIG: From SCORM to Project Tin Can: Supporting Future Learning Experiences
12 Apr 2012 OD SIG: Book Discussion Group “Leadership: Stories, Lessons and Uncommon Sense” by Ron Taylor
27 Mar 2012 March Workshop: How to Create and Use a Career Portfolio
16 Mar 2012 Free Agent SIG: Free and Inexpensive Resources for Your Consulting Practices
08 Mar 2012 Leadership Development SIG: Cutting-Edge Leadership Philosophies and Strategies
06 Mar 2012 March Dinner: What Everyone Must Know About Learning 2.0
29 Feb 2012 Networking Event: Gordon Biersch
23 Feb 2012 Federal SIG: Diversity Today, Being Inclusive Tomorrow
22 Feb 2012 ISD SIG: How to Measure Any Performance of Any Function at Any Level
17 Feb 2012 Free Agent SIG: Marketing "Failshare": What We Can Learn From Our Marketing Mis-Steps
16 Feb 2012 February Dinner Program: Creativity and Innovation in the Workplace
16 Feb 2012 Learning Technologies SIG: Evaluating the Accessibility Options in Popular E-Learning Authoring Tools
09 Feb 2012 Leadership Development SIG: Resiliency and You!
08 Feb 2012 DULLES CORRIDOR Geographic Interest Group (GIG) - SPaDDIE: Working to Demystify Human Performance Improvement
26 Jan 2012 Federal SIG: Reasonable Accommodation in the Federal Workplace
24 Jan 2012 January Workshop: How to Design Effective Training Programs
19 Jan 2012 January Dinner Program: Cultural Intelligence for Global Learning Professionals Part 2
19 Jan 2012 Learning Technologies SIG: Going Global - Designing Online Courses for a Global Audience
12 Jan 2012 Leadership SIG: Unleashing your Organization Leader's Creativity
03 Jan 2012 Coaching SIG - Vocal Presence: The Essential Element in Leadership Presence
16 Dec 2011 Free Agent SIG: Newsletters - Strategic Marketing Tools or Annoying Waste of Time?
15 Dec 2011 Leadership SIG: Gifting in the Work Place
08 Dec 2011 December Dinner Program: Holiday Party
07 Dec 2011 December Chapter Webinar: Cultural Intelligence for Global Learning Professionals Part 1
06 Dec 2011 Coaching SIG - Using Appreciative Inquiry
18 Nov 2011 Free Agent SIG: 10 Tips for Presenting to C-Level Audiences
17 Nov 2011 Leadership Devlopment SIG Meeting
16 Nov 2011 November Chapter Webinar: Training Portfolios
11 Nov 2011 November Workshop: Social Media and Social Learning
10 Nov 2011 November Dinner Program: Mobile Learning 'To Go' with Clark Quinn, PhD
10 Nov 2011 Getting Content to Learners on the Cheap Using SharePoint
01 Nov 2011 Coaching SIG
27 Oct 2011 October Wine Tasting Event
27 Oct 2011 E-Learning Uncovered Series: Captivate 5.5
21 Oct 2011 Free Agent SIG: Technology Tools for Your Training Business
20 Oct 2011 October Dinner Program - Chief Learning Officer Panel: The Politics of Learning
13 Oct 2011 Addressing Challenges for Interagency Leadership
04 Oct 2011 Coaching SIG
23 Sep 2011 Free Agent SIG: to Measure Any Performance of Any Function at Any Level!
22 Sep 2011 September Networking Event
14 Sep 2011 ISD SIG: Designing Interactive Learning -- What's on the Menu?
08 Sep 2011 Leadership Development SIG: Leading One Person at a Time
08 Sep 2011 Estimating the Cost of eLearning Projects
06 Sep 2011 Coaching SIG: Break Through to Calm in Two Minutes or Less
29 Aug 2011 Learning Technology SIG: mLearning Workshop at the ADL
18 Aug 2011 Summer Learning Series: Troubleshooting in the Virtual Classroom
11 Aug 2011 E-Learning Uncovered Series: Lectora X
30 Jul 2011 Call for Presenters: Learning Solutions Showcase
23 Jul 2011 2011 Volunteer Picnic
21 Jul 2011 Summer Learning Series: Federal Telework Program - Virtual Concerns
21 Jul 2011 E-Learning Uncovered Series: Articulate Studio '09
15 Jul 2011 Free Agent SIG: Writing Effective Proposals
14 Jul 2011 Learning Technology and ISD SIGs: Engaging Virtual Classrooms
30 Jun 2011 Federal SIG: Compstat and the Future of Performance Analytics in the Federal Government
23 Jun 2011 Summer Learning Series: Uniting the Virtual Workforce
17 Jun 2011 Free Agent SIG: Growing Ourselves, Not Just the Business
15 Jun 2011 Networking Event
15 Jun 2011 Instructional Design: Designing for Mobile Device Users
09 Jun 2011 Leadership SIG: Developing Our Leaders through Performance Management
09 Jun 2011 Technology SIG: The Secrets of Creating e-Learning with Adobe Acrobat
09 Jun 2011 OD SIG: "Boundary Spanning Leadership: Six Practices for Solving Problems, Driving Innovation, and Transforming Organizations”
25 May 2011 Federal SIG: Addressing Stress in the Workplace and Your Personal Life Through Fitness and Wellness
20 May 2011 Learning Innovations in Project Management Training
20 May 2011 Free Agent SIG: Self-Publishing Discovering Your Inner Author
19 May 2011 May Dinner Program: Rethinking Organization Culture and Implications for Performance
19 May 2011 Technology SIG: Social Media for Trainers
18 May 2011 Young Professionals SIG: YP Group Book Discussion--The Back of the Napkin: Solving Problems and Selling Ideas with Pictures by Dan Roam
18 May 2011 ISD SIG: That Sucking Sound is ISD Budgets Shifting from HR Control - Here's Why It Matters
17 May 2011 Diversity SIG: Celebrating Multiculturalism - One Morsel at a Time!
12 May 2011 Leadership SIG: Leadership vs. Management - What's the difference...Does it matter?
03 May 2011 Coaching SIG: Keeping Your Cool Under Stressful Conditions
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