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2017 Day of Learning

'What's Next in Talent Development' 

September 26th, 2017

8:00am-4:30pm

Delphi Center on UofL's Shelby Campus

Special Rate for Groups of 5 or more! Register Now!

 

August Chapter Meeting

KFC: We are taking the bite out of learning 

Many of today’s learners prefer eLearning modules presented in small, bite-sized chunks, which are designed to be meaningful, less time consuming and flexible. Likewise, lessons offered on mobile devices is a growing demand.

KFC has been on a journey to deliver bite-size learning across their 4200 restaurant locations to reach over 80,000 team members. During this session, Kathy Gosser, Director of Learning and OD, will share best practices and lessons learned along the way.

Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss tools used to develop micro learning

  • How micro learning has been used – both training and performance support.

  • Continuing the journey – where we plan to go from here

Session Leaders: Kathy Gosser

About Kathy:

Kathy has been with KFC Corporation since 1984. She has enjoyed numerous roles throughout her career including the leadership of customer satisfaction programs, operations measurement, recognition and the Ops Excellence Committee. In her current role, she leads training, OD, and oversees the KFC Foundation.

   

 

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http://atdky.org/event-2594527

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. 

Program:  11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Location: Yum! Brands, Inc., 1900 Colonel Sanders Ln, Louisville, KY 40213

 

 

 

 

 

 

 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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