Upcoming events

    • August 02, 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Multiple Locations: Downtown, Naperville & Northbook
    Register

    Are you looking to build your network with TD Professionals in Chicagoland?
    We have the event for you.

    This is one of ATDChi's biggest events. So you do not want to miss this midsummer party to network, mingle and share.

    Join your fellow Chicagoland TD Professionals at one of four locations to accommodate our widespread membership:

    • Downtown
    • Naperville
    • Northbrook

    The venue addresses will be in your registration confirmation email.

    ADVANCE REGISTRATION REQUIRED by July 30, 2018
    Sorry, no walk-ins.

    We look forward to seeing you at the party!  

    • October 04, 2018
    • 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Lake Forest Graduate School of Management: 1905 W Field Ct, Lake Forest, IL 60045
    • 98
    Register

    Putting Analytics into Practice in Your Learning Experience Design

    It’s no longer enough simply to produce high-quality instruction. Today, you’re expected to engineer engaging, trackable learning solutions delivered at the speed of need. The aims stretch beyond learning to enhancing the employee experience and directly contributing to organizational goals. The means: an evidence-based, data-enabled approach to learning design and delivery. Join Trish Uhl in this 1-day workshop to learn how using advanced analytics can help you support this modern design approach.

    To get a preview of what Trish will be covering during the workshop, please read one of her recent articles HERE.

    WHO SHOULD ATTEND?


    • Training, talent, instructional design and other experienced learning professionals early in their workplace learning analytics journey. 
    • No experience with data science, analytics, statistics or algorithms necessary
    • Bring your learning practitioner skills, business acumen, organizational knowledge, curiosity and unique talents - 
    • -- and have a laptop handy!

    TAKE-AWAYS:


    Delegates in this workshop will practice: 

    • Five principles of applying advanced analytics to learning experience design
    • Data mining methods for enhancing the employee experience with a data-enabled approach
    • Using analytics to link learning to organizational goals
    • The skills needed to start developing analytical savvy
    • Future proofing career strategies for staying ahead of the Skills Gap
    Delegates in this workshop will take away:
    • Workplace Learning Analytics Strategic Planning Framework
    • Tools & Technology Assessment Cheat Sheet
    • Personal Development Plan for Developing Analytical Capabilities 

    AGENDA

    • 7:30 AM: Registration, Continental breakfast, Networking
    • 8:30 AM: Program Begins
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM: Lunch (lunch boxes)
    • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM: Program 

    ABOUT THE PRESENTER

    Trish Uhl, PMP, CPLP 

    Trish is a creator of the Learning Systems Engineering Framework™, engineers learning solutions and leads project teams in design and development of data-enabled, results-driven learning experiences. As co-founder of the Talent & Learning Analytics Leadership Forum, Trish works with heads of Talent & Learning Development globally on setting and executing strategy for learning transformation and data-enablement projects. In addition, Trish works with talent and learning leaders on the professional development of their L&D teams, expanding the team’s focus from instructional products, to engineering dynamic learning systems leveraging data science, AI & machine learning, advanced analytics and predictive modeling to promote positive people impact and drive organizational outcomes.


    FEE


    On or before
    September 20th
    After
    September 20th
    ATDChi Member:
    $155
    $235
     Non-Member $315  $395 
    Student:
    $75 $115

    For sister chapter members special rates, please contact admin@atdchi.org 

    PARKING & DIRECTIONS

    Free parking! 


    SPONSORED BY:




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    Cancellation Policy: All event registration fee refund requests must be submitted in writing to admin@atdchi.org prior to any event. Requests must be submitted at least three (3) business days prior to the event to receive a full refund. No refund will be provided for cancellations received within three (3) business days or for event attendee no-shows.

    • June 29, 2019
    • 7:30 AM - 10:00 AM
    • Northern Trust, 181 W. Madison-7th floor, Chicago IL
    Chicago OD Practitioners Network

    Breaking through Gender Bias & Building a Respectful Culture

    Program: 7:30 a.m.-9:00 a.m. 
    Networking & Discussion: 9:00-10:00 (business challenges faced by attendees)

    RSVP PROCESS for building access.  

    If you plan to attend the meeting, please reply to codpnetwork@gmail.com by noon on Tuesday, June 26th with your name as it appears on your photo ID. On the morning of the meeting, security staff in the main lobby will ask to see a photo ID, confirm your registration and provide you with a visitor’s pass. If you do not RSVP by June 26th your name will not be on the list and you will not be able to join the meeting which is located on the 7th floor.

    Program Format

    Mix of presentation, large group & small group discussion. Informal atmosphere; please bring your own coffee/tea/snacks (note: there is a convenient Au Bon Pain connected to the building as well as a place to buy coffee and snacks on the 7th floor near our meeting).

    Program Description

    Sexual harassment and assault is one end of a continuum of interconnected behaviors ranging from gender bias to incivility to legally actionable harassment to assault. Harassment is far more likely in organizations that tolerate gender bias than it is in organizations that value and promote diversity and inclusion. The same is true for organizations with prevalent incivility. As a result, a truly effective comprehensive harassment-prevention program must encompass all forms (conscious and unconscious) of gender discrimination & disrespect.

    Join Andie Kramer and Al Harris, authors of Breaking Through Bias: Communication Techniques for Women to Succeed At Work and the Harvard Business Review Article, “How Do Your Workers Feel About Harassment? Ask Them,” in this provocative and interactive program.

    Andie and Al will discuss effective ways to structure an anti-bias and anti-harassment program inside organizations that those attending will find engaging and informative. They will also engage the group in scenarios to make key points along the way.

    This session will cover:

    • Identifying gender bias and ways to overcome it.
    • Making organizational culture more welcoming to all employees, regardless of gender.
    • Understanding the spectrum of inappropriate sexual behavior and why tolerance of gender bias can lead to sexual harassment.
    • Understanding how putting women and men together to solve problems is more effective than training focusing on gender attitudes.
    • Small group discussions around how you might apply your learnings in your organization, or your clients’ organizations.

    Facilitators:

    Andrea S. Kramer is a partner in the law of firm of McDermott Will & Emery LLP. She has mentored thousands of women and written hundreds of articles and blog posts on implicit bias, effective communication techniques, sexual harassment, diversity, and inclusion. She is co-author of the American Bar Association’s guide, “What You Need to Know About Negotiating Compensation” and co-author of “Breaking Through Bias: Communication Techniques for Women to Succeed at Work.” She co-founded the Women’s Leadership and Mentoring Alliance (WLMA) and currently serves as the organization’s board chair. She was named one of the 50 Most Influential Women Lawyers in America by the National Law Journal.

    Alton B. Harris is a partner in the law firm of Nixon Peabody LLP. He was a founding partner of the Chicago law firm Ungaretti & Harris, now part of Nixon Peabody LLP. At Ungaretti & Harris, Al served at various times as managing partner, executive and compensation committee member, and head of the Corporate and Securities Practice Group. Al has served as mentor, coach, and counselor to many businesswomen and persons of color. Al is co-author of the book, “Breaking Through Bias: Communication Techniques for Women to Succeed at Work.” He has written hundreds of articles and blog posts on diversity and inclusion.

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Chicago, IL 60657

phone: 872-228-7476
Email: admin@atdchi.org

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