Everyone who is interested in:
Understanding emerging and contemporary issues in talent development
Thinking broadly about the intersections of technology, training, HR, project management, and leadership
Discovering new capabilities to develop for broadening personal expertise
Through its competency studies over the last 40 years, ATD has helped define what training, learning, and talent development professionals need to know and do to be successful. Amid a constantly evolving business landscape and a proliferation of new buzz words and trends, success in our field has always been about unleashing workforce potential and harnessing it to generate meaningful business impact.
ATD’s latest research to measure the pulse of the profession culminated with the release of the Talent Development Capability Model. The model underscores how specialized knowledge for creating, delivering, fostering, and measuring learning is essential to TD’s ability to boost the potential of our learners and deliver value to the organizations we serve.
We encourage you to read more about the model:
If you have about 45 minutes, take the time to complete the self-assessment, and be prepared to share your findings during our small-group discussions:
Access the Model > Take the Self-Assessment
During this chapter meeting, you will have an opportunity to:
Discuss the objectives that drive the ATD Capability Model
Understand the processes for interacting with the model
Determine steps you can take to apply segments of the model to your ongoing development
Explore how the model can serve to transform your organizations and stakeholders
D.J. Netz is an instructional designer for GP Strategies. For thirty years, D.J. has conducted needs analysis and consultation for mid-size and large organizations, crafting solutions that balance technology with scalability. Along the way, he has developed innovative and popular courses for critical thinking, leadership, and sales training in classroom and online environments.
He is a three-time Brandon Hall award winner and has served organizations such as General Electric, Gulfstream, Comcast, Sony PlayStation, Facebook, SAP, and Lockheed Martin. He teaches courses on corporate training at Portland State University, and he is the past president of the ATD-Cascadia Chapter. D.J. has a Master’s degree in adult education, and he has been certified in Six Sigma problem solving by the American Society for Quality.
- Zoom Access information will be sent via email prior to the program
- Technical support is not available during the event so please check your connections ahead of time.
- Check in begins at 5 pm online
- Program begins at 5:15 pm.
- Our Chapter Meetings are a great opportunity to connect with talent development colleagues from across the area as well as to learn something new as each meeting focuses on a different topic related to our profession. Meetings take place the place the third Monday of each month (except December) and are open to members and non-members alike.
Additional Registration Details
- This is an online program offered using Zoom. Please be sure your audio and visual components are working prior to the session.
- Online registration available until noon the day of the event.
- Discounted registration is available for our partner organizations (ICF, NSA, ODN, SHRM).
- Multiple registrations? Contact the office at 503-579-1552 or email@example.com.
- Full stamp card? Email firstname.lastname@example.org and request a code to redeem online.
- Need a refund? Send a written request to email@example.com at least one week before the event. No refunds or credits for future events given after that time.
HRCI and SHRM
This program may be eligible for self-certification for HRCI and SHRM recertification credits. You will need to keep records of the event and prepare any required paperwork. Visit the HRCI recertification webpage or the SHRM recertification webpage for more information.