March Chapter Learning Event
Strategic Coaching for the 4 Diverse Generations
Presented By: Alysia Keyhoe
Each of the four generations have diverse motives, technology and world perspectives – How do we train and coach this diversity?
This session will be an interactive program using Alysia’s expertise in: Generational Communication Styles; Training Reinforcement Approaches; and Coaching Strategies.
Training & Coaching needs for these groups are different yet similar in scope. In this workshop we will discuss three steps to a solid inclusive training strategy. To register for this session click here.
A Message from the President:
We are poised to grow and improve our chapter in 2014. The board is excited and looking forward to sharing new ideas with all of you. Over the next few weeks you will see a new look to our meeting announcements and a refreshed web site. Please bear with us while we make these changes and learn new technologies. One thing about definitely as a chapter leader you are definitely stretched and learn new things. Before this week I had never created or edited a web page. Now I am on a roll and ready to ensure each of you have the latest and greatest information available to you.
This year we have created a new opportunity for you to give back to our chapter. Our hospitality committee is available each meeting to check you in and provide local membership information. If you are interested in serving on this committee please contact Sonya Groves.
Last year we completed our first community service project collecting warm weather items for the Midlands Homeless. This year we are looking to give back to the community earlier in the year with a hands on activity. Stay tuned for more details. Let's make this year the best one yet.
Yours In Service,
Vida A. Jennings, SPHR
Lowcountry GIG Celebrates!
On Friday, February 7th we had approximately 40 eager Learning and Development professionals from the Lowcountry area join us at Trident Technical College. This was the first meeting of the year and we are excited about supporting learning professionals in the Lowcountry. Many thanks to our speaker Iwana Ridgill for her knowledge and energy. Catering was provided in partnership with Goodwill Industries and Duvall Catering.
We are looking for additional Learning and Development, Talent Management, Organizational Development, and Human Resources professionals to the Lowcountry area to join this energetic group.
21 Mar 2014 8:00 AM • Midlands Technical College- Northeast Campus
CHIP - The Chapter Incentive Program
The Chapter Incentive Program (ChIP) is a revenue-sharing program offered by ASTD National to chapters, providing an opportunity to earn additional revenue.
ASTD Midlands Code is CH4005. Every member that uses our CHIP code when making an online purchase on the ASTD Store contributes to our chapter's financial health, further enabling us to accomplish our mission.
Access the ASTD Store to get your tools, books, and to register for national membership.