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Upcoming events

    • 06/17/2021
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (PDT)
    • Virtual
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    10 Hacks for Successful Goal Setting and Goal Striving

    People rarely wake up and spontaneously commit to initiating new behavior. Even when they do, few maintain new behaviors for long.  This interactive session will introduce a new evidenced-based individual change model (Enlighten, Encourage and Enable) to help trainers and coaches facilitate successful adoption and maintenance of new personal and professional habits and enhance learning transfer (Nowack, 2015; 2017). Participants will be introduced to 10 neuroscience research-based hacks to help successfully set, adopt, and maintain behavior-oriented goals organized along the two main neural pathways involved in both goal setting and maintaining momentum to keep up new behaviors until they become automatic referred to as the "Will" (executive functioning/task positive network) and the "Way" (default mode network).

    Learning Objectives:

    • Explain the association between emotional hurt/rejection and physical pain
    • Describe two neural pathways associated with habit and behavior change
    • Identify three necessary conditions essential for successful individual behavior change over time

    Presenter

    Kenneth M. Nowack, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist (PSY13758) and Co-founder/Chief Research Officer of Envisia Learning, Inc. (www.envisialearning.com). Ken received his doctorate degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of California, Los Angeles and has published extensively in the areas of 360-degree feedback, leadership, stress, coping and wellness. He is the author of two books and his latest is Clueless: Coaching People Who Just Don’t Get It (2nd Edition).  Ken serves on Daniel Goleman’s Consortium for Research on Emotional Intelligence in Organizations and serves as Editor-in-Chief for the American Psychological Association Journal Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice & Research. Ken is also a Fellow of the American Psychological Association (Division 13; Society of Consulting Psychology).

    Agenda

    6:30 pm - 7 pm: Check In and Networking
    7 pm - 8:30 pm: Program (all programs begin promptly at 7pm)
    8:30 pm - 9 pm: Informal Networking

    ATD Capability Model

    ATD Talent Development Capability Model Covered by the Presentation:

    Building Personal Capability: Emotional Intelligence, Lifelong Learning

    Impacting Organizational Capability: Organizational Culture, Change Management

    Developing Professional Capability: Coaching

    Photography and Video Waiver

    By registering for this event, I do hereby give ATD Los Angeles and and its associates or assigns, or anyone acting under its authority or permission, the irrevocable and unrestricted right and permission to: capture the image, audio, and content via photograph, videotape, audiotape, transcription, or other means now available, copyright in its own name or otherwise, and use, reuse, publish, and republish any and all material of which I presented, or may have been included in presenting, in whole or in part. I consent to the use of all media now or hereafter known for illustration, promotion, art, editorial, advertising, trade, or any other purpose whatsoever. I hereby waive any right that I may have to inspect or approve the finished product or products and the advertising copy or other matter that may be used in connection therewith or the use to which it may be applied. If I do not provide permission, I understand that I will not activate my web camera during virtual sessions.

    Please click here for cancellation and refund policies. We cannot guarantee that webinar/Zoom recordings will be available.

    • 07/15/2021
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (PDT)
    • Virtual
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    Far too often, business owners and key leaders struggle to get their team members engaged in helping them make their business better. I believe this happens because we lack a good way to communicate to them exactly how our business works and how they fit into the mix. I’ve uncovered a very powerful two-part formula that captures the attention of team members at all levels and inspires them to get “radically engaged”.

    By the end of this session, you will learn how to:

    • Recognize that a bicycle is a perfect metaphor for a business
    • Understanding how a business works and be able to communicate it in a simple, straight-forward way
    • Identify how the different areas of a business must work well and must be in alignment with one another
    • Engage your team members in critical business conversations without losing their interest

    About Your Presenter:

    Rich has been a business coach and business advisor since 2007. Over the past 13+ years, Rich has worked with hundreds of business owners and key leaders helping them solve their most difficult business challenges – most of which center around Team Engagement. Rich has authored two books, “Tour de Profit – a 52 Stage Race to Grow Your Business” (2011) and “The Ultimate Business Tune Up – a Simple Yet Powerful Business Model That Will Transform the Lives of Small Business Owners” (2017). He is currently writing his 3rd book, “The Radically-Engaged Team” TM with plans to publish in 2020. Prior to his current career, Rich was a Division President with Pella Corporation responsible for the Entry Systems Division from 1998–2005. During his leadership, the division experienced over 300% growth and became the premier producer of products in their market.

    Agenda:

    6:30pm-7pm Networking

    7pm-8:30pm Program and Q&A

    ATD Capability Model

    ATD Talent Development Capability Model Covered by the Presentation:

    Building Personal Capability: Collaboration, Communication and Emotional Intelligence

    Impacting Organizational Capability: Culture Transformation and Facilitating Organizational Change

    Developing Professional Capability: Coaching and Leadership Development

    Photography and Video Waiver

    By registering for this event, I do hereby give ATD Los Angeles and and its associates or assigns, or anyone acting under its authority or permission, the irrevocable and unrestricted right and permission to: capture the image, audio, and content via photograph, videotape, audiotape, transcription, or other means now available, copyright in its own name or otherwise, and use, reuse, publish, and republish any and all material of which I presented, or may have been included in presenting, in whole or in part. I consent to the use of all media now or hereafter known for illustration, promotion, art, editorial, advertising, trade, or any other purpose whatsoever. I hereby waive any right that I may have to inspect or approve the finished product or products and the advertising copy or other matter that may be used in connection therewith or the use to which it may be applied. If I do not provide permission, I understand that I will not activate my web camera during virtual sessions.

    Please click here for cancellation and refund policies. We cannot guarantee that webinar/Zoom recordings will be available.

    • 10/21/2021
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (PDT)
    • Virtual
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    The Importance of Mentorship

    Despite living in an increasingly interconnected world, many professionals still struggle building solid connections that lead to opportunities for professional growth both within and outside of their organizations. "Everyone needs to have a Mentor or be a Mentor...it's the Mentor Chain," says Brian Frankel. The right mentor can help professionals achieve their current goals. Mentors give candid insight, feedback and relevant introductions while getting access to the mentor network.

    This presentation helps talent development leaders understand why mentorship is important, how to make a good match, problems to expect and questions to ask. During the presentation, attendees will also receive a worksheet on how to build relationships that achieve career goals.

    Key Takeaways:

    • Why is mentorship important?
    • How to make a good mentor-mentee match?
    • Common problems and questions.

    Presenter

    Brian Leor Frankel is a multinational organizational development consultant who works with senior management on strategies to generate revenue, tackle process challenges and train teams. His global client roster includes Coca Cola, MySpace, Creative Artists Agency, Spin Media and Bahrain Development Bank, as well as management consulting firms, family offices, and celebrities. Recent speaking assignments include South By Southwest, American Chamber of Commerce Abu Dhabi, Dubai Business Women’s Council, TiE Bangalore and MCN Morocco. He is an instructor at California State University, Northridge and his writing on marketing strategy has been published in Entrepreneur Magazine, Forbes, and C-Suite Quarterly. Mr. Frankel also is founder and CEO of the nonprofit Mentor Matchmaker Foundation, which helps survivors of sex trafficking develop employment skills and career plans by matching them with career mentors who are successful women in the business world.

    Agenda

    6:30 p.m.- 7:00 p.m. Check-In and Networking
    7:00 p.m. - 7:15 p.m. Announcements & Speaker Introduction
    7:15 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Presentation and Q&A

    ATD Capability Model

    ATD Talent Development Capability Model Covered by the Presentation:

    Building Personal Capability: Lifelong Learning, Collaboration and Leadership, Communication,

    Impacting Organizational Capability: Future Readiness, Talent Strategy and Management, Organizational Development and Culture, Performance Improvement

    Developing Professional Capability: Coaching, Career and Leadership Development

    Photography and Video Waiver

    By registering for this event, I do hereby give ATD Los Angeles and and its associates or assigns, or anyone acting under its authority or permission, the irrevocable and unrestricted right and permission to: capture the image, audio, and content via photograph, videotape, audiotape, transcription, or other means now available, copyright in its own name or otherwise, and use, reuse, publish, and republish any and all material of which I presented, or may have been included in presenting, in whole or in part. I consent to the use of all media now or hereafter known for illustration, promotion, art, editorial, advertising, trade, or any other purpose whatsoever. I hereby waive any right that I may have to inspect or approve the finished product or products and the advertising copy or other matter that may be used in connection therewith or the use to which it may be applied. If I do not provide permission, I understand that I will not activate my web camera during virtual sessions.

    Please click here for cancellation and refund policies. We cannot guarantee that webinar/Zoom recordings will be available.

Past events

04/22/2021 April Chapter Meeting: Data-Driven Diversity & Inclusion
03/25/2021 March Chapter Meeting: Day One Leadership
02/25/2021 February Chapter Meeting: Change Your Mind — Create New Results
01/21/2021 January Chapter Meeting: Brain Exchange and Networking Mixer
12/03/2020 December Chapter Meeting: Holiday Mixer & Volunteer Awards
10/15/2020 October Chapter Meeting [Virtual]: Coaching Culture — Strategies from Exemplary Organizations
08/13/2020 August Chapter Meeting: Forestalling Disruption Through a Culture of Unrelenting Innovation
07/16/2020 July Chapter Meeting [Virtual]: How to Stay Focused and Productive in a Virtual World
06/24/2020 Rescheduled May Chapter Meeting: What do Millennials and Gen Z Want in Future Work?
06/11/2020 June Chapter Meeting [Virtual]: Matching E-learning Tools and Instructional Methods
05/21/2020 RESCHEDULED: May Chapter Meeting [Virtual]: What do Millennials and Gen Z Want in Future Work?
03/19/2020 [MOVED to Virtual] March Chapter Meeting: The Power of Perception: Leadership, Emotional Intelligence and Gender
02/20/2020 February Chapter Meeting: Transforming in Today’s VUCA World
01/16/2020 January Chapter Meeting: Developing Leaders in 2020 and Beyond
12/05/2019 Holiday Party and Volunteer Recognition
10/16/2019 Third Annual Los Angeles Talent Summit
09/19/2019 September Chapter Meeting: Virtual Reality + Talent Development
08/15/2019 August Chapter Meeting: How to Boost Your Career and Organization with Social Media
06/13/2019 June Chapter Meeting: Summer Networking Mixer and New Member Recognition
05/16/2019 May Chapter Meeting: Inclusion: Science or Emotion?
04/25/2019 April Chapter Meeting: How to Use YouTube To Engage Talent Development Clients
03/21/2019 March Chapter Meeting: Virtual Reality is Here
02/21/2019 February Chapter Meeting: The Habits of Great Leaders
01/24/2019 January Chapter Meeting: Brain Exchange and New Year Networking Mixer
12/05/2018 December Holiday Party
10/18/2018 October Chapter Meeting: Speed Mentoring
10/03/2018 LA Talent Summit
09/27/2018 September Chapter Meeting: Leveraging Learning for Professional Success
08/16/2018 August Chapter Meeting: Building Resilience in the Workplace
07/19/2018 July Chapter Meeting: The Language of Leadership: Connecting Leadership Development Initiatives to Business Outcomes
06/21/2018 June Chapter Meeting: Breaking into a Career in Talent Development
12/06/2017 December Holiday Party
11/04/2017 November Chapter Meeting: Member Appreciation Workshop
09/21/2017 September Chapter Meeting: Up Is Not the Only Way: Rethinking Career Mobility
08/17/2017 August Chapter Meeting: Six Thinking Hats®
07/20/2017 July Chapter Meeting: HR's Role In Organizational Change
04/19/2017 LA Talent Summit
02/16/2017 February Chapter Meeting: Applying Transformational Leadership to Talent Development
01/19/2017 January Chapter Meeting: Aligning Front-Line Leadership Teams and Building Leadership Muscle
01/19/2017 Headshot Truck: Express Event
12/07/2016 December Holiday Party
11/17/2016 November Chapter Meeting:Building a Culture of Trust
10/20/2016 October Chapter Meeting: Coaching in Business: Three coaches discuss the profession
10/20/2016 Headshot Truck: Express Event
09/22/2016 September Chapter Meeting: “Doing Diversity” Effectively: The Real Reasons Why, and Some Secrets of How
05/19/2016 May Chapter Meeting: Taking Your Behaviors To Work
04/21/2016 April Chapter Meeting: The Bite Size Revolution
03/17/2016 March Chapter Meeting: Paint and Sip Party
02/25/2016 February Chapter Meeting: How Social Media Can Advance Your Career
01/21/2016 Chapter Meeting: New Year Kick-Off Mixer
12/15/2015 ATD-LA December Holiday Party
11/19/2015 November Chapter Meeting: Advanced Facilitation, What it takes to CAPTIVATE
10/15/2015 October Chapter Meeting: Coaching and Mentoring with Tom Henschel
09/17/2015 September Chapter Meeting: DARK~No meeting
08/20/2015 August Chapter Meeting: How to Make Great Decisions Consistently
06/18/2015 ATD-LA June Half-Year Mixer
05/21/2015 ATD-LA May Chapter Meeting: Innovation and Talent Development – Tapping into the Magic of Talent Development
04/16/2015 ATD-LA April Chapter Meeting: How to be a Stronger Presenter and Facilitator
03/19/2015 ATD-LA March Chapter Meeting: Talent Management: A Global Imperative
02/19/2015 ATD-LA February Chapter Meeting ~ Career Development: Branding yourself for SUCCESS
01/29/2015 ATD-LA New Year Kick-Off Mixer
12/11/2014 December Chapter Meeting ~ Holiday Party
10/23/2014 October Chapter Meeting ~ Global Trends in Coaching
09/18/2014 September Chapter Meeting ~ Make It Work: Strategies to Manage the Crazy-Makers in the Workplace
08/21/2014 August Chapter Meeting ~ Innovation Is Music to the Ears
07/17/2014 ASTD-LA July Summer Mixer
06/19/2014 June Chapter Meeting ~ Why Training Departments Hate Their LMS (Panel Discussion Filmed by eLearningTV)
05/15/2014 May Chapter Meeting ~ Collaboration YES!
04/17/2014 April Chapter Meeting ~ The State of eLearning 2014
03/20/2014 March Chapter Meeting ~ Can Talent Management Technology Change the World?
02/20/2014 February Chapter Meeting ~ Interiority Powered: How to Use Your Inner Energies at Work
01/16/2014 January Chapter Meeting ~ Whichcraft: Write Activities To Make Boring Lectures Disappear!
12/12/2013 December Chapter Meeting ~ Holiday Party
11/20/2013 November Chapter Meeting ~ Mindful Leadership: How Emotional Intelligence Drives Organizational Success
10/17/2013 October Chapter Meeting ~ Making the Most of Executive Coaching
09/23/2013 Special Event ~ How to Be Exceptional: Drive Leadership Success by Magnifying Your Strengths
09/18/2013 September Chapter Meeting ~ Finding your Bliss on a Nonprofit Board
06/27/2013 ASTD-LA Summer Mixer
05/16/2013 May Chapter Meeting ~ Using Championship Memory Techniques to Make Learning Stick
04/18/2013 April Chapter Meeting ~ First Annual ASTD Los Angeles - Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne (PWR) Cultural Exchange Meeting – Do You See What We See? ~ Moving From Black Hats and Red Pens to Green Hats and Blue Pens
02/21/2013 February Chapter Meeting ~ Aligning Learning with Change (Management)
01/17/2013 January Chapter Meeting ~ Navigating the White Water: Finding our Way in Changing Times

ATD-Los Angeles Chapter
9852 W. Katella Ave. #187
Anaheim, CA 92804
office@atdla.org
562-908-3020
Chapter Code: CH8028

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