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2017 IMPACT Awards

Are you making an IMPACT at your organization? We'd love to recognize you!

The ATD IMPACT Awards recognize individuals and organizations who have made a positive impact through talent development initiatives. Applications for the 2017 IMPACT Awards are open now until June 30. Winners will be recognized at the Day of Learning on September 26. If you've built or implemented an exciting program in the last 18 months share your success and apply here.

June Chapter Meeting

Leading Humans @Work: Leadership Learning with the Brain in Mind 

There's nothing more human about work than using your brain at work to learn and grow. Thanks to neuroscience research, we know simple, effective approaches to help everyone at work to learn, develop, and lead.


Learning Objectives:

Learn the four steps to spark learning in the brain and engage learners:

  • Train with the brain in mind and create a new perspective on your audience.

  • Use brain-based questions to hard-wire learning in the brain and measure learning in the moment.   

  • Discover how curiosity improves your performance and inspires your audience to become better leaders.

  • Name your emotions, tame your brain, and gain new thinking while helping your learners regulate negative emotions.


Bring out your best thinking - and your learners’ best thinking - to lead humans at work.

Session Leaders: Jeff Nally 

About Jeff:


Jeff Nally is an executive coach, speaker, and author who helps leaders use neuroscience to be more human at work. Jeff is the president of Nally Group Inc., a practice focused on the science of leadership. He created and led the Executive Coaching Practice at Humana where he coached senior leaders and establ
ished Humana’s Women in Leadership Group Coaching Program. Jeff led two not-for-profit organizations in Kentucky and held HR and training leadership positions in three manufacturing companies. He is a co-author of two books: Rethinking Human Resources and Humans @ Work. Jeff earned a BA in Psychology from Georgetown College and an MBA from Georgia State University. He is a Professional Certified Coach through the International Coach Federation and was named one of the top Twenty People to Know in Human Resources by Business First of Louisville.

                        

   


More Details and Register

You spoke. We listened.


Based on your feedback for more interaction, deeper dive, and more Q&A, the program portion of this meeting will be extended 30 minutes to a total program time of 90 minutes.

Registration and Networking:    4:30 – 5:00

Program:  5:00 – 6:30

Location: Kentucky Farm Bureau, 9201 Bunsen Pkwy, Louisville, Ky. 40220


 

 


 

 

 On May 6, 2014 at the ASTD International Conference & Exposition, ASTD President and CEO Tony Bingham and the Board of Directors announced that ASTD is changing its name to the Association for Talent Development (ATD).

When  ASTD was first created, we were known as the American Society of Training Directors. ASTD’s founders had a vision. They wanted to raise the standards and prestige of the training profession and to further the education and development of those responsible for training others.

While the purpose of our profession – developing the talents, skills, and abilities of people – has remained constant, the scope and impact of the field has grown beyond anything our founders could have imagined.

 On May 6, 2014 at the ASTD International Conference & Exposition, ASTD President and CEO Tony Bingham and the Board of Directors announced that ASTD is changing its name to the Association for Talent Development (ATD).

When  ASTD was first created, we were known as the American Society of Training Directors. ASTD’s founders had a vision. They wanted to raise the standards and prestige of the training profession and to further the education and development of those responsible for training others.

While the purpose of our profession – developing the talents, skills, and abilities of people – has remained constant, the scope and impact of the field has grown beyond anything our founders could have imagined.


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