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    In 2016 our goals are based on the feedback we received from the membership surveys completed in 2015, as well as the vision of our 2016 Board members. We want to provide meaningful and valued programs, offer greater opportunities for members to volunteer and participate in chapter events and activities, expand our networking opportunities, enhance visibility in the professional and business communities, create peer communities of learning through Special Interest Groups (SIGs), engage more of our membership throughout the year, and ensure board effectiveness.

    The 2016 Chapter strategic plan is to serve workplace learning professionals in Kentuckiana by:

    1.      Increasing innovative educational offerings

    2.      Improving collaboration with a variety of mediums

    3.      Enhancing growth through camaraderie

    4.      Increasing visibility in Kentuckiana and the state of Kentucky

    5.      Work with surrounding local chapters to host a mega-event.

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    ATD Mentoring Program

    If you are interested in becoming a Mentor or are a student members and are interested in the ATD Kentuckiana Mentoring Program,  please contact Cara Silletto - 2016 Board President for more info.

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    Become a POWER Member!

     

     On May 6, 2014 at the ASTD International Conference & Exposition, ASTD President and CEO Tony Bingham and the Board of Directors announced that ASTD is changing its name to the Association for Talent Development (ATD).

    When  ASTD was first created, we were known as the American Society of Training Directors. ASTD’s founders had a vision. They wanted to raise the standards and prestige of the training profession and to further the education and development of those responsible for training others.

    While the purpose of our profession – developing the talents, skills, and abilities of people – has remained constant, the scope and impact of the field has grown beyond anything our founders could have imagined.

     On May 6, 2014 at the ASTD International Conference & Exposition, ASTD President and CEO Tony Bingham and the Board of Directors announced that ASTD is changing its name to the Association for Talent Development (ATD).

    When  ASTD was first created, we were known as the American Society of Training Directors. ASTD’s founders had a vision. They wanted to raise the standards and prestige of the training profession and to further the education and development of those responsible for training others.

    While the purpose of our profession – developing the talents, skills, and abilities of people – has remained constant, the scope and impact of the field has grown beyond anything our founders could have imagined.

    Join ASTD Today!

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    One way that you can support your Kentuckiana Chapter financially, is by using the Chapter's CHiPs number when purchasing anything from National ATD.

    Just enter CH4082 at checkout and our Chapter gets a financial reward for your purchase - every purchase, every time.

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    In case of inclement weather, we will follow JCPS closing schedule. If JCPS cancels school, our monthly meeting is CANCELLED.
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