Association of Talent Development - Greater Cincinnati Chapter

A gathering for peer-to-peer sharing of best practices among Training managers / directors or others directly responsible for design/delivery of talent development programs within their organizations.

Benefits: Learn, share, network

Location: TiER1 Performance Solutions, 100 E. Rivercenter Blvd., Covington, KY 41011 Tower 2, Suite 100

Meets: The Learning Leaders SIG meets the last Wednesday of the month.

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Learning Leaders Conveners

Leah CridlinLeah Cridlin has 21 years of diverse experience in training & development. She earned her degree in Organizational Training & Development and has dedicated her career to training & learning. Her experiences include developing & facilitating training for The Department of Army family member programs, the coordination of continuous educational seminars, writing & facilitating medical technical training, facilitating train the trainer seminars, and much more. Leah joined Balluff, Inc. just over 2 ½ years ago as their Training & Development Specialist, where she is responsible for internal employee training. Beth Robinson on LinkedIn

Jon UlrichJon Ulrich's 7 year corporate career has consisted of Supply Chain Management, Change Management, and Training Design and Delivery for Exelon and its subsidiaries. Upon relocating to Cincinnati in 2015, Jon shifted focus to non-profit work. He now leads marketing efforts and creates programs for Dramakinetics, a non-profit in Northside. Jon is a co-founder of Coincidence Improv and manages its Team Building and Skill Cultivation services for organizations. He is delighted to be part of the GC-ATD team! Kate McLain on LinkedIn



Upcoming Learning Leaders SIGs

    • 29 Jan 2020
    • 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
    • Tier1 Performance Solutions, 100 E Rivercenter Blvd #100, Covington, KY 41011
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    It is the new year and time to think about learning again, most importantly to think about our learners.

    Spaced Learning is not a new method, but how familiar are you with this approach? Statistics show an increase in long term knowledge retention up to 170% and boosts learner proficiency by 17% on average. We need to eliminate the “forgetting curve” in our culture. How to create great learning retention has always been a challenge. We will discuss some ideas that may minimize those challenges.

    Since it is the new year and everyone is setting new goals, let’s talk about setting the right goals. Are we encouraging stretch goals? That stretch goal is the sweet spot, that is both achievable and yet challenging. Research suggests that mastery-approach goals lead to better outcomes. Are we working toward performance goals or mastery goals? We’ll discuss both and how we can encourage our learners toward the mastery approach.

    Below are two articles that will spark our discussion.

    https://www.td.org/insights/5-ways-to-create-greater-learner-retention

    https://www.td.org/insights/spaced-learning-an-approach-to-minimize-the-forgetting-curve

    The Learning Leaders group is looking forward to 2020 and providing professional development while giving you tools to take away and encourage all the learners on your team.

    • 26 Feb 2020
    • 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
    • Tier1 Performance Solutions, 100 E Rivercenter Blvd #100, Covington, KY 41011
    Register

    Topic TBA

    • 25 Mar 2020
    • 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
    • Tier1 Performance Solutions, 100 E Rivercenter Blvd #100, Covington, KY 41011
    Register

    Topic TBA

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