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Learning the New Normal: Talent Development’s Leadership Role - General Meeting

  • September 14, 2021
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • TBD
  • 79


  • Registration code required



Photo by Dylan Gillis on Unsplash

The pace of change was already hard to keep up with before the pandemic. Now, in the new normal, the very survival of our organizations will depend on building capabilities to navigate a dizzying entanglement of economic, social, competitive, technological, political, and environmental issues. Organizations and the people in them are called to learn and adapt on an unprecedented scale. This evolution is both exciting and terrifying.

The world needs our leadership more than ever before. Now is the time for talent development professionals to leverage our forte of guiding people through learning and change. Join the ATD community as we look toward the future and celebrate coming back together. Together, talent development professionals can raise the bar and make a meaningful impact in a world that desperately needs us.


Participants will:

* Explore the challenges talent development will face in the new normal.
* Discover strategies to re-engage stakeholders and guide healthy change.
* Identify what talent development must learn in order to lead more effectively. 
* Commit to bringing new vision to the talent development role through learning.

ATD Capability Model – Learning Technologies, Change Management, Managing Learning Programs, Integrated Talent Management, Training Delivery

To learn more about this model see: https://tdcapability.org/#/


Jay Clancy — President of Strategic Ascent

Jay Clancy, President of Strategic Ascent, has over 25 years of experience designing and facilitating organizational learning in a variety of industries internationally. Jay has led numerous teams, including Strategic Ascent consultants and clients, in creating a full range of learning solutions, from minor interventions to strategic, enterprise-wide programs. In addition to consulting, Jay has served as adjunct faculty for the University of Houston and on the boards for the University of Houston, Wharton County Junior College, and Houston chapters of ATD, ISPI, and IAL. He has spoken at many conferences on learning and consulting and has been published in several publications. Jay has a BS in psychology and an MS in training and development.

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Event Registration and Cancellation Policy:
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