Hot Topics Round Tables - ASTD-SCC Meeting April 25, Norwalk, CT

Participate in this interactive forum to learn and share best practices around hot topics in workplace learning and performance.

Leveraging Social Media: Taking Your Brand Online – Jennifer Scott, a talent acquisition strategist and recruiter who received rave reviews for her presentation to our chapter last year, will lead a discussion on the power of social media to promote your brand and manage your reputation.

Developing & Retaining High Potentials - Kelly Lackner, a Senior Organizational Consultant with Right Management, will share best practices in engaging and developing this critical population, while ensuring the culture is supportive to retention.

Improving the Performance of Global Teams - Global Team Development Strategists and Executive Coaches Rita Weiss and Sue Perlmutter will discuss how diverse corporate and cultural workplace styles can stall the progress of global teams and how to improve results by leveraging the strengths of these different approaches.

Developing Resilience – Dr. Paul Maloney, organizational development consultant and professor in Fairfield University’s graduate school, will explore “The Five Pillars of Resilience", specific behaviors resilient people demonstrate, as well as a survey he developed to assesses an individual's ability to bounce back.

Making Training Stick – Lisa Gangemi of Dale Carnegie Training will explore techniques for anchoring new skills and behaviors to the culture of the organization so that participants take responsibility for using what they learn to improve individual and team performance.

Don’t miss this opportunity to build your network and expand your expertise!

Date: Monday, April 25, 2011
Networking: 5:45 PM
Dinner Served: 6:30 PM
Program: 6:45-8 PM

Hosted by the Southern CT chapter of the American Society for Training & Development (ASTD-SCC) at the Norwalk Inn and Conference Center, 99 East Avenue, Norwalk CT 203-838-2000

Members: $35
Non-Members: $50
Students: $20

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