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    • September 11, 2018
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • PDR Work + Place, 2 Houston Center 909 Fannin, 39th floor

    Location change!  PDR Work + Place

    Visitor parking in 2 Houston Center garage is accessed from McKinney Street. From the main building lobby level P1, take the elevator bank to Floor 39.

    Topic:  Building eLearning courses are getting easier. Nevertheless, building them on a budget can be a challenge. There is no time or money, and the expectation is to do everything from instructional design to graphic design. The good news is that it IS possible to create quality eLearning courses on a shoe-string budget. It is a matter of prioritizing your efforts, focusing the core learning objectives and deliverables, planning, using toolkits and reusing content.

    In this workshop, Debbie will provide a process for delivering quality eLearning courses on a shoe-string budget. You will get practical tips for building engaging, interactive eLearning courses on a budget.

    Participants will learn how to:

    • Get more from your existing resources.
    • Create a look that complements course content.
    • Apply instructional design models to author better courses--faster.

    This workshop is appropriate for both beginners and professionals with experience in rapid eLearning. Just wait until you see the cool examples and participate in a number of hands-on activities!

    ATD Competency Model - Area of Expertise This Session Supports:  Instructional Design, Training Delivery, Learning Technologies

    Speaker: Debbie Richards, president of Creative Interactive Ideas, supports talent development clients with technology challenges. She updates her job knowledge by researching new technologies and software products; participating in educational opportunities (such as speaking at learning conferences); and participating in professional organizations. 

    Debbie was named one of the most influential people in corporate e-learning for 2018. 

    Passionate about working with and mentoring other learning professionals, Debbie is a past president of the ATD Houston chapter, and a past National Advisor for Chapters. She is the VP, Marketing and Communications for ATD Houston. She is also the ATD Technology Conference Advisory Council chairperson for 2019.

    • September 13, 2018
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Strategic Ascent, 14701 Saint Mary's Lane, Suite 125 (Ashford 5) Houston, Texas 77079
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    Location:   Strategic Ascent, 14701 Saint Mary's Lane, Suite 125 (Ashford 5) Houston, Texas 77079

    Bring your lunch! Park in the parking garage - not in the reserved spaces.

    Topic:   LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional network. LinkedIn has more than 560 million users and gains more than two members every second. While many think of LinkedIn as primarily a job hunting or recruiting tool, the site is invaluable because of the functionality for members to publish professional content along with its extensive networking opportunities. Additionally, 57% of companies have a LinkedIn page. It allows a brand presence to attract followers and build a community to help drive engagement.

    LinkedIn can be complex and complicated. However, it is essential for talent and development professionals to keep abreast with global trends through the benefits of LinkedIn. Opportunities and proficiency in the understanding of how LinkedIn works give talent and development professionals the tools and skills needed to utilize this unique and value-added platform. In this powerful presentation author, motivator, Networker Master Connector, and “ASK and GET WHAT YOU WANT” expert Michelle Peavy will share the secret sauce on how to simplify your daily activity using LinkedIn.

    Learning Objectives:

    • How to GET OFF YOUR ASK.
    • Being specific with words when completing your LinkedIn profile.
    • How to overcome obstacles/rejection.
    • Top three components of your LinkedIn Profile.
    • How to create an ASK/Headline Statement.
    • How to increase your connections/visibility.

    After the completion of the presentation, participants will:

    • Be able to execute successfully on the learning objective.
    • Be prepared to engage and connect with the professional network confidently.
    • Participants will receive a FREE LinkedIn cheat sheet.

    ATD Competency Model - Area of Expertise This Session Supports

    Learning Technologies, Coaching, Knowledge Management

    Speaker: Michelle Peavy is a firm believer that success is not given but rather earned. She is often described as a Sassy, Jazzy, Classy Master Connector. Some call her Executive Recruiter, Motivator, Some know her as LinkedIn Traffic Cop, and others get inspired when they hear her say "Get Off Your Ask." 

    She is the Owner of Rimi and Company, an executive recruiting firm in Houston Texas and Calgary, Canada, and shares her expertise and success, by speaking about leveraging the Power of LinkedIn to Corporate and Business Professionals and volunteers as a Brand Ambassador for Microsoft. These talents go beyond business.  She is an Inspirational Speaker, Coach, Mentor, Salsa Performer, and a singer of the National Anthem for the NBA Houston Rockets. She is the producer of her CD, called MY VOICE, “Online GET OFF YOUR ASK eCourse”, and her book, The Freeway of Life.

    • October 16, 2018
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Microsoft Store- Baybrook Mall 500 Baybrook Mall Friendswood, Texas 77546
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    Please note:  NEW location - Microsoft Store- Baybrook Mall

    500 Baybrook Mall, Friendswood, Texas 77546

    Topic:  In today’s world, a company grows through innovation. A company's business models such as its product lines, shared services, human resource, and information technology work together to innovate and deliver on the goals and strategy of the company. However, as the world becomes increasingly global, how does a company innovate and communicate effectively without high spending on travel? Startup coach, process improvement expert, and author Heather Gillbanks will address this question and others connected to the importance of Working and Collaborating Virtually In Today's World.

    In this presentation, participants will:

    • Learn how to build teams when influencers are not all in the same room.
    • Learn best practices and commonly used tools for virtual collaboration.
    • Learn how innovation works in a global environment.

    After attending the presentation, participants will be knowledgeable of:

    • The challenges and opportunities experienced in collaboration and innovation.
    • How collaboration and innovation influences function, location, and gender.
    • Why talent and development leaders must care and implement proficient collaboration and innovation processes for the success of the company and its challenge of managing resources globally.

    ATD Competency Model - Area of Expertise This Session Supports:  Knowledge Management, Change Management

    Speaker:  Heather Gillbanks is currently the Customer Experience Manager for GE Power. Heather is based in Houston Texas. Heather is a coach of Start-ups, a published technical author in collaboration technologies, a recipient of the GE Chairman’s Leadership Award, and a co-founding member of General Electric’s IT Corporate Audit Staff. Heather has a broad background, including two decades leading large-scale implementations (much of that time supporting Shared Services such as HR across a variety of industries), Sales, & Process Improvement/ Quality (Six Sigma & Lean). In addition, Heather has led some of the largest process improvement and team combination/ synergy projects ever undertaken by GE. Heather has a verifiable reputation as a driver of positive change in diverse organizations ranging from Fortune 10 to boutique firms in the services, manufacturing and financial sectors.

    • October 17, 2018
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • New Horizons CLC Houston, 5120 Woodway Dr., Suite 200, Houston, TX 77056
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    Topic:   The new International Coaching Federation Strategic Plan aims “to support the growth of organizational coaching cultures.” We will learn what a coaching culture is and its value to people, performance, organization effectiveness; present a model for building a coaching culture and explore its connection to business success as it relates to engagement, performance, and profitability.

    In this presentation:

    • We will explore what defines a coaching culture.
    • We will enumerate and discuss the value and benefits on people, performance, organization effectiveness and overall business success.
    • We will present a structured model designed to build a sustainable coaching culture in three systematic steps - employing individual and team coaching, training and facilitated peer-coaching circles.
    • We will close by showcasing a case study with a mid-size Oil and Gas company that has successfully implemented this model.
    After this session, attendees will be able to:
    • Understand key components of a successful coaching culture and learn how it looks in practice.
    • Create a strategy for building a coaching culture in their organization based on a specific three-phase model designed to accomplish this goal.
    • Realize the practical feasibility of building a sustainable coaching culture by exploring the case of an organization that has successfully implemented this model.:

    ATD Competency Model - Area of Expertise This Session Supports:  Performance Improvement, Coaching, Change Management

    Speaker:   Kim Sawyer has over twenty years of diverse business experience; he has started businesses, led companies, and been involved in almost every aspect of a business enterprise. In 2000, Kim took that expertise in leadership, professional and business effectiveness and entrepreneurship, and founded the WealthSource®, an executive and enterprise coaching firm. Under his guidance, they coach and facilitate key business people, teams and enterprises to create extraordinary wealth – in all its forms. They accomplish this primarily by means of individual coaching, their Success-Group™ team coaching program and Enterprise Coaching™, their program to build a "Coaching Culture" in an organization. In addition, the WealthSource® facilitates meetings, management retreats and learning events and provides specialty training in coaching and leadership skills.

    Address ( print map with directions)

    New Horizons CLC Houston (Located in the same complex at the Decorative Center Houston)

    We are located at the intersection of Sage and Woodway Dr. in the Galleria area, headed away from 610 on Woodway Dr. At the light make a right onto Sage Rd, and then another immediate right into the Decorative Center Houston (DCH) surface parking lot. We are located on the second floor of the court yard area on the right hand side, in the suite closest to the building. The stairs are located on both sides of the first floor shops, hidden in the architecture.

    Parking:  Best parking is in the surface lot behind the ExxonMobil station. Facility is on the second floor of the courtyard next to the parking lot.

    Visitors can park in any spots without a ‘RESERVED’ sign on them. They have open spots on every floor of the garage and outside the lobby of the building (there is also a valet service here).

    • October 18, 2018
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • The Microsoft Store- The Woodland's Mall,1201 Lake Woodlands Dr Ste 1204,The Woodlands , Texas 77380

    Attention- New Location Change:  The Microsoft Store- The Woodland's Mall, First Level- Next to Forever 21

    Topic:   Instructional Design (ID) is a powerful development process, and it is an approach that helps e-learning developers, trainers, and instructional designers create effective and efficient learning experiences for learners of all ages (LaMotte, 2018). Instructional design is a procedural understanding, framing how the training department works through the process of analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation. However, there are innumerable instructional design models, reflecting that different team's design in different ways; this is not a positive thing or a negative thing, it is just a "thing". Laying out the instructional design process within the training department supports an understanding of the training department efforts as well as the individual processes associated with the desired outcomes. Within each training department, the methods are significantly different and should be documented; the ability to design and work within a specific organization's instructional design framework can prove to be invaluable to its bottom line.

    In Instructional Design Basics: Framing Your Organizations’ Instructional Design Process, Dr. Caroline M. Crawford, Associate Professor of Instructional Design and Technology at the University of Houston-Clear Lake will show you step by step in the process of how to frame your organization's operation, resulting in your instructional design model.

    Learner Objectives:

    In this presentation, participants will learn:

    • Why an ID model is important
    • ID model basics
    • ID model philosophical formats and styles
    • Why analyzing your own ID process is important
    • Alignment of your own and your organization's ID processes

    At the end of the presentation participants will be able to:

    • Identifying ID model basics
    • Distinguishing between ID models, from behavioral to constructivist to connectivist
    • Analysis of your own organization's ID processes
    • Creating your own organization's ID model
    • Appraising organization ID models

    * Participants will receive an informative Instructional Design cheat sheet

    Please note:

    This event is a part-presentation and part active engagement by attendees. Participants will actively engage in designing their ID model, reflective of their organization's training department ID processes. The presentation will include options towards developing one's own ID model, including pencil-and-paper, digital whiteboards or an online drawing program (your choice, what is most comfortable for you). So if you desire to implement a collaborative digital whiteboard or online drawing program, be sure to bring your own WiFi-enabled tablet or laptop.

    ATD Competency Model - Area of Expertise This Session SupportsPerformance Improvement, Instructional Design, Training Delivery, Learning Technologies, Knowledge Management

    Speaker: Caroline M. Crawford, Ed.D., is an Associate Professor of Instructional Technology at the University of Houston-Clear Lake in Houston, Texas, United States of America. She earned her doctoral degree from the University of Houston in Houston, Texas, United States of America, in 1998, with specialization areas in Instructional Technology and Curriculum Theory, and began her tenure at the University of Houston-Clear Lake (UHCL) the same year. 

    At this point in Dr. Crawford's professional career, her main areas of interest focus upon communities of learning and the appropriate and successful integration of technologies into the learning environment; the learning environment may be envisioned as face-to-face, blended and online (virtual or text-driven) environments, as well as microlearning deliverables.

Past CTN events

August 16, 2018 GIG Woodlands: Jumpstart My LinkedIn Profile
August 15, 2018 GIG Galleria: Working and Collaborating Virtually In Today's World
August 14, 2018 GIG Southeast: Instructional Design Basics
July 17, 2018 GIG Downtown: Using Voiceover Narration to Enhance eLearning Training
June 19, 2018 GIG Southeast: Using Voiceover Narration to Enhance eLearning Training
May 17, 2018 GIG Energy Corridor: Using Voiceover Narration to Enhance eLearning Training
May 15, 2018 GIG Downtown: When Cultures Collide and Using Values for Transformation
April 19, 2018 GIG Woodlands: Delivering Difficult Messages with Finesse
April 18, 2018 GIG Galleria: The Platinum Rule
April 17, 2018 GIG Southeast: Enterprise Coaching: How to Build a Coaching Culture
March 22, 2018 GIG Energy Corridor: Driving Retention & Employee Performance
March 20, 2018 GIG Downtown: Digital Transformation via Continuous Learning
February 28, 2018 GIG Galleria: Cyber Safety For Everyone
February 22, 2018 GIG Woodlands:The Platinum Rule
February 20, 2018 GIG Southeast: Delivering Difficult Messages with Finesse
January 30, 2018 GIG Downtown: Learning Trends in 2018
January 25, 2018 GIG Energy Corridor: Game On: Improved Engagement Through Effective Gamification
November 30, 2017 CTN Energy Corridor: A Visual Worth a Thousand Words
November 30, 2017 CTN Woodlands:Strong and Simple Competence and Qualification Structures
November 29, 2017 CTN Galleria:Using LinkedIn and Tracking Results
November 28, 2017 CTN Downtown: From LMS to Ecosystem: Going Beyond Implementation
November 28, 2017 CTN Southeast: The Many Faces of Coaching in Corporate America
September 28, 2017 CTN Energy Corridor: Strong and Simple Competence and Qualification Structures
September 28, 2017 CTN Woodlands: Rehire don’t Retire
September 27, 2017 CTN Galleria: Engagement Learning Experiences as a Vehicle of Associate Engagement
September 26, 2017 CTN Downtown: Female Leadership: How to Develop Female Leaders
August 15, 2017 CTN Southeast:Unleashing Your Curious Creative Genius
July 27, 2017 CTN Energy Corridor: Rethinking Performance Management- A Third Way?
July 26, 2017 CTN Galleria: Game On: Improved Engagement Through Effective Gamification
July 20, 2017 CTN Woodlands: Basic Steps in Developing a Competency Development Program
July 18, 2017 CTN Downtown: Fast Forwarding Future Leaders
July 18, 2017 CTN Southeast:Building Relationships, Improving Communication
June 21, 2017 CTN Galleria: Be, Build & Benefit from Leadership Development
June 20, 2017 CTN Downtown: Create a Culture for Growth and Flourishment!
June 20, 2017 CTN Southeast:Rethinking the Training and Development Processes: A Value Chain Approach
June 15, 2017 CTN Energy Corridor: Be, Build & Benefit from Leadership Development
May 18, 2017 CTN Woodlands: Four Phases of Dream Building
May 18, 2017 CTN Energy Corridor: Enterprise Coaching: How to Build a Coaching Culture
May 17, 2017 CTN Galleria: Gamification for Talent Development
May 16, 2017 CTN Downtown: Building High Performance Teams To Maximize Innovation
May 16, 2017 CTN Southeast: Training Program Design & Implementation: Creating Sustainable Advantage
April 20, 2017 CTN Energy Corridor: The Glass is Half Full
April 20, 2017 CTN Woodlands: Bridging the Generational Gap
April 19, 2017 CTN Galleria: Five Fundamentals of Leadership
April 18, 2017 CTN Downtown: The Millennials are Coming!
April 18, 2017 CTN Southeast: The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team
March 21, 2017 CTN Southeast: How to Create a Competence Driven Integrated Talent Management Program
March 16, 2017 CTN Energy Corridor: Not Your Average Lunch & Learn: Discovering the Talent in the Room
March 16, 2017 CTN Woodlands: Addressing Increasing Revenues
March 15, 2017 CTN Galleria: Change Your Career Today
February 21, 2017 CTN Downtown: Busting Assumptions to Achieve Results
February 21, 2017 CTN Southeast: Unleashing the Power of Your Organization at the Conversational Level
February 16, 2017 CTN Woodlands: First Steps ; How to move away from a Performance Management Review process towards a Continuous Feedback
February 16, 2017 CTN Energy Corridor: Enterprise Coaching: How to Build a Coaching Culture
February 15, 2017 CTN Galleria: Navigating Change
January 26, 2017 CTN Woodlands: Organizational Effectiveness through Training & Competency
January 26, 2017 CTN Energy Corridor: Online Planning and Strategy Session for 2017
January 18, 2017 CTN Galleria: Navigating Change
January 17, 2017 CTN Downtown: Set and Achieve Your Goals in 2017!
January 17, 2017 CTN Southeast: Create a Culture for Growth and Flourishment
December 21, 2016 CTN Galleria:Strategic Futuring: Developing Leaders through Futuring and Solutioning
December 20, 2016 CTN Downtown: Our President's Reflection on 2016
December 15, 2016 CTN Energy Corridor: Goal Setting and Achievement
December 13, 2016 CTN Southeast: Connecting with a Multi-Generational and Multi-Cultural Workforce
December 08, 2016 CTN Woodlands:Re-discovering Your "Why": What drives you to achieve as a leader
November 17, 2016 CTN Energy Corridor: Maximize Your Personal Leadership Power and Team Strengths with StrengthsFinder 2.0
November 17, 2016 CTN Woodlands: Bringing the Best of Who You Are to Everything You Do
November 16, 2016 CTN Galleria: Ask and You Shall Achieve
November 15, 2016 CTN Downtown: How to Know If Your Change Management Project Was Successful
November 15, 2016 CTN Southeast: Protecting my Clients/Colleagues…from Myself
October 20, 2016 CTN Woodlands: Event Title * Global Change Leadership: The Three Imperatives
October 20, 2016 CTN Energy Corridor: Migrating to a Competency-based Training Program
October 19, 2016 CTN Galleria: Let's Go Micro
October 18, 2016 CTN Downtown: The Velocity of Trust
October 18, 2016 CTN Southeast: The Millennials are Coming!
September 21, 2016 CTN Galleria: Fast Forwarding Future Leaders
September 20, 2016 CTN Downtown: Building Your Leadership Effectiveness
September 20, 2016 CTN Southeast: The Glass Is Half Full: Shifting Perception to Achieve Results
September 15, 2016 CTN Energy Corridor: Instructional Design: The Good, the Bad, and the Misunderstood
September 15, 2016 CTN Woodlands: Working and Collaborating Virtually in Today’s World!
August 18, 2016 CTN Woodlands: Blended Learning in a Global Workplace
August 18, 2016 CTN Energy Corridor:Ask and You Shall Achieve
August 17, 2016 CTN Galleria: Steps to a Strategic Plan
August 16, 2016 CTN Downtown: Lead by coaching - The missing piece
August 16, 2016 CTN Southeast: Don’t Run Naked Through the Office: Your Workplace Survival Plan
July 21, 2016 CTN Woodlands: Global Enterprise Leadership-Strategic Skill Development
July 21, 2016 CTN Energy Corridor: Thought Barriers to Personal and Organizational Improvement
July 20, 2016 CTN Galleria: Embrace the Unexpected (Jiffy Lube University)
July 19, 2016 CTN Downtown: Three missions toward one goal
July 19, 2016 CTN Southeast: Social Learning
June 21, 2016 CTN Downtown: General Discussion and Networking
June 21, 2016 CTN Southeast: Thought Barriers to Personal and Organizational Improvement
June 16, 2016 CTN Woodlands: Global Diversity In Action
June 16, 2016 CTN Energy Corridor: Graphic Design Isn't Just for Aesthetics!
June 15, 2016 CTN Galleria: Building a Leadership Platform for a Complex Organization
May 19, 2016 CTN Woodlands: The First 90 days of the CLO
May 19, 2016 CTN Energy Corridor: Tailored Communication
May 18, 2016 CTN Galleria: Learning or Renew Your Skills In Emotional Intelligence
May 17, 2016 CTN Downtown: Thinking like a Graphic Designer
May 17, 2016 CTN Southeast: The Velocity of Trust
April 21, 2016 CTN Woodlands: Working and Collaborating Virtually in today’s world!
April 21, 2016 CTN Energy Corridor: Communicating the Unique Value of Learning & Development
April 20, 2016 CTN Galleria: Fast Forwarding Future Leaders
April 19, 2016 CTN Downtown: CANCELLED
April 19, 2016 CTN Southeast: CANCELLED
March 24, 2016 CTN Woodlands: How to Deliver a Quality Learning Experience with a Globally Distributed Team
March 17, 2016 CTN Energy Corridor: More Efficient and Effective Transfer of Complex Know-How
March 16, 2016 CTN Galleria: Long-term Behavior Change: How to Create Leadership Development Programs that Stick
March 15, 2016 CTN Downtown: Maximize Your Personal Leadership Power and Team Strengths with StrengthsFinder 2.0
March 15, 2016 CTN Southeast: Necessary Bridges: Public Speaking and Storytelling for ATD Professionals
February 18, 2016 CTN Energy Corridor: The Speed of Trust
February 18, 2016 CTN Woodlands: Competitive Advantage through Inclusion & Diversity
February 17, 2016 CTN Galleria: Maximize Your Personal Leadership Power and Team Strengths with StrengthsFinder 2.0
February 16, 2016 CTN Downtown: Before you invest in that new LMS...
February 16, 2016 CTN Southeast: Business and Technical Presentations Best Practices
January 21, 2016 CTN Woodlands: Competency Models in Action
January 21, 2016 NEW CTN Energy Corridor: What Is the New Social Learning?
January 20, 2016 CTN Galleria: Visualizing Systems Thinking
January 19, 2016 CTN Downtown: Your Key to Success: Leadership Credibility
January 19, 2016 CTN Southeast: Expanding the Process Technology Talent Pool
December 18, 2015 CTN Galleria: Annual Holiday Party
December 17, 2015 CTN Woodlands: Learning Styles to Learning Strategies
December 15, 2015 CTN Downtown: Lessons Learned in 2015
December 15, 2015 CTN Southeast: Knowledge Management Explained
November 18, 2015 CTN Galleria: Building a Successful Integrated LD Program – a Leader-led Approach
November 17, 2015 CTN Downtown: Social Media and the impact on Adult Learning
November 17, 2015 CTN Southeast: Wake Up a Winner
October 21, 2015 CTN Galleria: A Leader’s Guide to Launching Leadership Development
October 20, 2015 CTN Southeast: Measurement Strategy & Implementation: Planning, Progress, & Pitfalls
October 15, 2015 CTN Downtown: Putting the FUN Back in Strategic Planning
October 15, 2015 CTN Woodlands: Training Approaches: Old School Style in the 21st Century
September 17, 2015 CTN Woodlands: Knowledge Management Explained
September 16, 2015 CTN Galleria: Leadership Development
September 15, 2015 CTN Downtown: Management and Leadership
September 15, 2015 CTN Southeast: Lost Tools of Communication: Rediscovering the Basics
August 20, 2015 CTN Woodlands: Necessary Bridges
August 19, 2015 CTN Galleria: Planning Team Meeting
August 18, 2015 CTN Downtown: Comparison of eLearning Development Tools
August 18, 2015 CTN Southeast: Round Robin Discussion: Mentorship
July 23, 2015 Date Change! CTN Woodlands: Riding the Waves of Change
July 21, 2015 CTN Downtown: Talk is Cheap – Employee Attrition is Expensive
July 21, 2015 CTN Southeast: Speed Through Stress
July 15, 2015 CTN Galleria: You Were Meant to SHYNE: Bold Leadership Practices
June 18, 2015 CANCELLED CTN Woodlands: Findings From Educational Neuroscience That Help Learners Learn
June 17, 2015 CANCELLED CTN Galleria: Visualizing Systems Thinking
June 16, 2015 CANCELLED CTN Downtown: Talk is Cheap – Employee Attrition is Expensive
May 21, 2015 CTN Woodlands: Bridging Corporate and Community through Mentorship
May 20, 2015 CTN Galleria: Leadership Energy
May 19, 2015 CTN Downtown:Building an Engaged Learning Team
May 19, 2015 CTN Southeast: Talk is Cheap – Employee Attrition is Expensive
April 21, 2015 CTN Downtown: Project Evaluation Methods
April 21, 2015 CTN Southeast: How Do We Get Them to Use it on the Job? Using HPI to Improve Training Implementation
April 16, 2015 CTN Woodlands: Bridging Corporate and Community through Leadership
April 15, 2015 CTN Galleria: Leading the Game of Business | 6 Steps to Creating a Leadership Development Program
March 19, 2015 CTN Woodlands: Designing and Delivering Effective Virtual Classes and Virtual Meetings
March 18, 2015 CTN Galleria: Global Leadership Forecast: Latest Research in Leadership Development
March 17, 2015 CTN Downtown: Leading from Behind
March 17, 2015 CTN Southeast: Training the Brain: The Neuroscience of Learning and Its Implications for Training and Performance
February 19, 2015 CTN Woodlands: 2014 Lessons Learned
February 18, 2015 CTN Galleria: Leadership Energy
February 17, 2015 CTN Downtown: Designing and Delivering Effective Virtual Classes and Virtual Meetings
February 17, 2015 CTN Southeast: Migrating to Competency-Based Training
January 21, 2015 CTN Galleria: Insights from the Learning and Development Center's Leadership Institute Program
January 20, 2015 CTN Downtown: What Millennial T&D students are learning
January 20, 2015 CTN Southeast: Effectively Leading and Influencing Others
January 15, 2015 CTN Woodlands: Aging, Learning & Training
December 18, 2014 CTN Woodlands
December 16, 2014 CTN Downtown: Decision Making - Applying the military process in the business world


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