TASTE OF THE INDUSTRY: A DISCUSSION ON THE STATE OF INDUSTRY AND SUCCESSFULLY LEVERAGING YOUR ATD MEMBERSHIP FOR 2020.
The talent development industry and role of the TD professionals are changing. The rapid rate of technological advancement is keeping all industries in a constant state of change management, and this industry is no different. As a result, organizations are, on average, spending more on training and learning for their employees, and more of that training is moving toward self-paced online training programs. Using ATD’s State of the Industry report, the definitive annual review of L&D metrics, subject matter experts from ATD National will provide insights into the industry and discuss how Power Membership can keep your career growing.
In this data-rich webcast, you will learn about:
- statistics on industry training hours, content types, and organizational spending
- major trends and changes
- what you can do to keep up with the rapid rate of change
- resources at ATD to keep you current and develop your career.
After the brief webcast, you will have the opportunity to get your questions answered and hear from three local members, Elizabeth Beckham, Matt Copeland, and Mechelle Robertson, who will share how they have successfully expanded their careers and leveraged resources by taking advantage of their ATD membership.
| Speaker Details
Samantha Herman is the Senior Project Manager for Chapter Services, where she provides support and resources to ATD Chapters. Prior to joining ATD, Samantha served as the Senior Leadership Development Consultant for Sigma Delta Tau where she assisted in chapter growth and development of the organization’s 106 chapters. Samantha has worked in the non-profit sector for over five years and has a Bachelor’s Degree from The George Washington University.
Maria Ho is the manager of ATD research services. She serves as ATD's senior research program strategist and designer and provides oversight and direction for all of ATD's internal and external, industry specific, and market research services. Prior to joining ATD, Maria was a public policy researcher, data analyst, and writer at the Pew Charitable Trusts in Washington, D.C.
Elizabeth Beckham is a safety training manager at Turner Industries Group, LCC. She is a past President and board member with ATD Baton Rouge and currently serves as the National Chapter Advisor for chapters in Arkansas, Baton Rouge, Birmingham, Mississippi, New Orleans, North Alabama, North Louisiana, and Northwest Arkansas.
Matt Copeland is an Organizational Development Specialist who brings 15 years of experience, focusing on team development interventions, dynamic program facilitation, and leadership development initiatives. Matt holds several professional credentials including ATD Master Performance Consultant, Certificate Professional Behavioral Anions, Franklin Covey's Project Management Essentials and The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.
Mechelle Roberthon is a Senior Learning Partner for Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health Systems. Mechelle's background includes training delivery, performance management, managing learning programs, instructional design, and knowledge management. She is a Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) in Powerpoint 2016 and holds a Master's of Science in Education with a specialization in Training and Performance Improvement. is an active ATD Baton Rouge board member currently serving as the President-Elect for the ATDBR chapter. Prior to this role, she served as the first VP of SIGs/GIGs building partnerships and collaborations in across the Lafayette and Acadiana area.
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