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    • 19 Sep 2017
    • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Novartis, 1 Health Plaza, East Hanover, NJ

     

    Transformational Shifts in Learning and Development: Myths, Challenges and Opportunities 

     

    Tuesday, September 19, 2017

    6:00 -8:30 PM

    Location: Novartis One Health Plaza Building 337 Room 104B East Hanover, NJ 07936 (Bring ID)

      

    About this event: 

    The practice of learning and development is rapidly transforming to meet the demands of today’s modern business. Some of these transformations have been underway for a while now, while others are just getting started. What does this mean for learning and development? What will likely change and what should remain the same? In this session, we’ll discuss the evolution (some call it a revolution) in learning and development. We’ll explore some of the myths about what we do, and the challenges we face. But more importantly, we’ll focus on the opportunities that are emerging and how we can take advantage of it all. We’ll talk about technology, but not exclusively, as we also explore issues around design, implementation, culture, and organizational readiness.  The thirteen transformational shifts we will cover include:

     

    1. From eLearning to eWorking

    2. From target populations to cyber intimacy

    3. From courses to apps

    4. From grades to experiences

    5. From "teach me" to "guide me"

    6. From information scarcity to information abundance

    7. From course catalogs to knowledgebases

    8. From content production to content curation

    9. From compliance to certification

    10. From push to pull

    11. From learning 2.0 to learning 3.0

    12. From single solutions to ecosystems

    13. From struggle to buy-in

     

    Learning Objectives:

    Participants will learn…

    • How learning and development is rapidly changing and what the future of L&D looks like.
    • How training and eLearning fit into the expanded future of learning and development.
    • How culture, leadership, communications, technology and change influence the future of learning and development.
        

     

    About the Presenter:

     

    Marc J. Rosenberg, Ph.D 

     


    Dr. Marc Rosenberg is a leading management consultant and speaker in training, organizational learning, e-learning, knowledge management and performance improvement.  He has written two best-selling books, E-Learning, and Beyond E-Learning, and his monthly column, “Marc My Words,” appears in the eLearning Guild’s Learning Solutions online magazine.  Marc is a 30-year member of ATD and has spoken at over 20 conferences, designed and taught ATD’s knowledge management certificate program, and contributed to several major ATD publications.  He is past president and honorary life member of the International Society for Performance Improvement, is an eLearning Guild “Guild Master,” has spoken at The White House, debated e-learning’s future at Oxford University, keynoted conferences around the world, authored over 130 columns, articles and book chapters, and is frequently quoted in major trade publications.  Learn more at www.marcrosenberg.com.

      

    Pricing

    NNJ-ATD Member - $45.00 (USD)

    Non-Member- $60.00 (USD)

    Executive Level- Free

    Mid-NJ ATD or SHRM Member- $45.00( USD)

     

    Event Contact

    For any questions about this event, please contact:

    Robin Moriates at: rmoriates@gmail.com      
         

                  

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    • 19 Oct 2017
    • 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Novartis One Health Plaza, Building 436 Room 4003, East Hanover, NJ 07936

    NNJ Professional Development Event 


        Everyday Coaching Conversations for Enhanced Performance

     

    Thursday, October 19, 2017

    4:00 -8:00 PM

    (4:00- 5:00 Networking/Food 5:00- 8:00 Event)

    Location: Novartis One Health Plaza Building 436 Room 4003 East Hanover, NJ 07936 (Bring ID)

      


    About This Event

    This is an interactive and experimental learning event focused on elevating the quality of your conversations in the workplace.  Through the exploration of real life scenarios, participants will explore and discover the key ingredients to have effective, everyday coaching conversations. There will be opportunities to practice and apply a new technique to gain personal insights. Participants will receive feedback on these techniques from peers and facilitators. This promises to be an engaging event that is sure to yield immediate results.

     

     Learning Objectives

    At the end of this session, participants will be able to:

    • Identify common workplace coaching conversations
    • Gain the confidence to effectively engage others in meaningful conversations
    • Utilize powerful coaching questions to yield intended outcomes
    • Listen with intent and empathy 
    • Facilitate rewarding conversations that encourage action
    • Cultivate an environment for sustainable growth
           

     ATD Competency Model

    This session complements the Coaching, Performance Improvement, and Change Management competencies. 

    About Our Presenter

    Dr. Diane Brescher

    Dr. Diane Brescher is President and Founder of GEM Leaders | DB Consulting Partners. The firm’s vision is to Generate Exceptional Leaders. Diane has over 27 years’ experience in the field of adult and organizational learning, with a deep expertise and passion for leadership development.  She has a high level of success in building and maintaining client relationships and achieving business results while developing the appropriate individual, team, and organizational performance interventions.


    She is well versed in all learning and development competencies ranging from assessing needs, curriculum and course design, facilitating in both classroom and virtually, competency development, program management, and evaluation. She has worked with all levels of leaders in a variety of industries helping organizations and individuals improve their business results through enhancing individual and team performance.  Her passion is working with mid-level leaders by successfully addressing their workplace dilemmas and global challenges.


    Diane has expertise in change management, train the trainer sessions, strategy, emotional intelligence, feedback, coaching, influencing, communication skills, and political savvy.  She coaches both teams and individuals. Her leadership coaching enables leaders to ‘polish their perspective’ and better understand themselves in terms of how they think, interact with and ultimately impact others.  It also helps them become more strategic and emotionally intelligent when achieving business results. 


    Diane is active in ATD, and has been on the NNJ board since 2008, currently serving as VP of Professional Development. She also volunteers for National ATD.  She was one of the first to receive the credential, Certified Professional in Learning and Performance, or CPLP. Since 2016, she is a volunteer coach for the New Career Start Initiative, which provides career coaching to those 45+ older NJ long term unemployed workers.  Diane has published articles on influencing, social networks, transitions, entrepreneurship, and leadership.


    Marian Janes


    Marian Janes is a passionate and dynamic leader and coach possessing an innate ability to help people discover and apply their core potential and make progress towards their vision. She inspires others to consider possibilities in their lives and connect with opportunity amidst ongoing change and uncertainty through a creative process that unleashes personal and professional potential.


    Marian is an astute and creative thinker capable of processing complex challenges and addressing them with practical, real world solutions.  She is well respected as a coach and well liked as a leader.


    Marian has had the distinct privilege of leading organizations and assisting clients in embracing change while igniting growth in rapidly changing climates and in the most challenging of circumstances for both individuals and teams. Her expertise has enabled her to positively impact strategic company goals while partnering with key executives to demonstrate the value of her leadership and coaching services within their organization. 


    As a successful Learning and Talent Development professional Marian achieved many accolades and recognition for her ability to manage complex projects, cultivate change and link to strategy.  She attributes her ongoing success to continually coaching and guiding others towards their vision by applying her diverse leadership expertise and empowering others.


    Marian is an ACC-ICF Associate Certified Coach and possesses a Master’s Degree in Education from Indiana University. In addition, she currently teaches business courses in the Professional and Continuing Education program at Rutgers University and is an active member of Toastmasters International.

      

     


    Investment

    Early Bird Registration up until September 22:

    NNJ-ATD Member - $75.00 (USD)

    Non-Member- $90.00 (USD)

    Registration between September 23-October 13:

    NNJ-ATD Member- $90.00 (USD)
    NNJ-ATD Non-Member - $110.00 (USD)

    Event Contact

    For any questions about this event, please contact:

    Diane Brescher at: diane@dbconsultingpartners.com

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