ASTDps and Intrepid Learning present
September Chapter Meeting
September 20, 2011
Please note the location and time of this meeting -
Leveraging and Linking the Power Learning
A premier Employee Learning Week Event featuring
Tony Bingham, President & CEO of National ASTD
Jason DeLeon, Director, Analysis & Design at Intrepid Learning
Picture this: As the sun sets on a late summer evening, two leading authorities in the field of workplace learning and performance present you with essential knowledge to grow your career, your organization, our economy. Between glimpses of the Cascades, you socialize and share insights with these expert presenters and other professionals gathered for the event. The gorgeous view of Lake Washington draws you to the terrace where toasts are made to the power of learning.
This program, supported by powerful presentations by Tony Bingham and Jason DeLeon, will:
§ Hone your social learning competencies
§ Help you prepare for and manage workplace skill gaps as the baby boomer generation retires
§ Empower your participation in the Employee Learning Week initiative
“Leveraging and Linking the Power of Social Learning: Transform your Organization with Collaborative Technologies“ by Tony Bingham, President & CEO of National ASTD
Today, the majority of learning within organizations is informal – often by asking other people how to do things. Social media provides an exciting way to facilitate, capture, and impact this informal learning with collaborative technologies. Tony will share current trends, Best Practices, case studies, and keys to effective implementation and management of social learning.
Tony Bingham leads National ASTD which supports 37,000 national members, and 130 chapters representing 15,000 members, and 20 international partners. He is the co-author of The New Social Learning and Presenting Learning and is a frequent speaker at ICE and other large conferences around the world.
As economic weakness continues, executives and entrepreneurs are re-thinking how work will get done in their organizations when the economy strengthens. What skills will be needed for the next generation of jobs? To compete in this decade, organizations must take stock now to identify current and future skills gaps and provide employees with the needed training.
Jason DeLeon leads Intrepid’s Client Services team and has 15+ years’ consulting and training experience in corporate, government, and not for profit arenas. Jason is a frequent speaker at leading industry conferences and universities and holds a Master’s degree in Adult Education and Training.
ASTD competencies targeted: *Social Learning and * Managing Organizational KnowledgeThis event will fill quickly so don’t hesitate to register now! Don’t miss this amazing opportunity to learn from and network with two leading authorities in the field of workplace learning and performance as we kick-off ASTD’s Employee Learning Week campaign to spotlight the value of learning and its impact on achieving organizational results.
Please pre-register online at www.astdps.org
The registration fee this evening will include light appetizers and refreshments.Location
The Community Center at Mercer View
8236 SE 24th St
Mercer Island, WA 98040
5:30 - 6:00 p.m. Registration, check-in, networking
6:00 - 7:30 p.m. Presentation
7:30 - 8:00 p.m. Networking
ASTD Phone: 206-224-6644
Plan ahead: Based on your feedback, we look forward to holding several chapter meetings in the evening this year. December 13 (Gordon Storey, presenter) will be the next evening meeting. These evening chapter meetings will be held at The Community Center at Mercer View. See you there!
All other chapter meetings will remain 7:30-9:30 a.m. at the 2100 Building, 2100 24th Ave, Seattle. 98144
Online registration closes on the Saturday prior to the chapter meeting. At that time we are no longer able to accept pre-registrations.
Please note that once the online registration is closed, we encourage and welcome you to attend and pay at the door.
The meeting fees at the door are: Members - $25, Non Members $35.
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