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    • 08 Jan 2019
    • 10 Sep 2019
    • 9 sessions
    • Starbucks, Granby Street, Norfolk, VA 23503 and ZOOM

    The Southeastern Virginia Association of Talent Development Board of Directors meets monthly throughout the year to discuss and address chapter business.



    • 22 Feb 2019
    • 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
    • Strayer University, 676 Independence Parkway, Third Floor- Chesapeake, VA 23320

     

    2019 Community Coffee Connection  


    Join us Friday, February 22, 2019
    at Strayer University-Chesapeake Campus

    for our
    Community Coffee Connection

    Network with professionals over a continental breakfast
    followed by an informational business brief:

    The New Tax Law Workshop:
    20 Questions Every Person, Family,
    and Business Must Answer Soon!


    presented by
    Kyle R. Arcand, MBA, CLU, ChFC


    RSVP by Tuesday, February 19 to 757.436.8125 or
    kimberly.moseley@strayer.edu

    Event Schedule 

    8:00 – 8:20 am     Continental Breakfast, Networking, & Introductions
       8:25 – 8:50 am     Business Brief:   The New Tax Law Workshop
    8:55 – 9:00 am     Closing Remarks

    Strayer University - Chesapeake Campus

    676 Independence Parkway, Third Floor, Chesapeake, VA 23320
    757.382.9900

     #LetsGetIt #StrayerUniversity

    • 12 Mar 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Strayer University Chesapeake, 676 Independence Parkway-Third Floor, Chesapeake, VA 23320
    Register

    Articulate StoryLine Workshop

    Presenter: Shari Carrithers, Training Manager at LoanCare


    In this workshop, learn and practice building Storyline courses using a variety of techniques. Lessons include:

    • creating a project from scratch or PowerPoint
    • inserting new scenes and slides
    • utilization of slide layers
    • inserting triggers, markers, states, variables, and simulations
    • adding quizzes and surveys
    • publishing your course
    In addition, you will gain resources to obtain new templates.

    Tools Needed: Your personal computer/laptop with Storyline (any version). If you do not have Storyline, you can download a 30-day trial for the training. 

    Agenda:

    6:00 pm - 6:15 pm  Join us for socializing, networking, and refreshments before the meeting

    6:15 pm - 6:25 pmWelcome/Icebreaker 

    6:30 pm - 7: 30 pm- StoryLine Workshop

    7:30 pm - 7:55 pm - Q&A

    7:55 pm - 8:00 pm Announcements/Closing

    Shari is an experienced Training Manager with 16 years’ experience and a demonstrated history of working in the financial services industry. Skilled in Training & Development, Instructional Design, Management, Coaching, Team Building, Customer Service, and Mortgage Subservicing. Strong professional with a Bachelors focused in Adult Education & Management from Old Dominion University. Shari leads and develops corporate training programs. Manages a team of 10 (Corporate Trainers and Instructional Designers) across four sites. She serves as SharePoint Designer/Administrator and Systems Administrator.

    Note: 

    Tuesday, February 12th from 6pm -8 pm at Strayer University Chesapeake.

    Register required at : https://lnkd.in/e_McWd5

    *** Current chapter members : free registration fees are free for monthly professional development workshops. Lapsed or renewed members will need to bring your account current to avoid paying a non-member guest fee that is non-refundable.

    *** Non-Members: $20.00 fee. Guest registrations will be charged a $20 fee (non-refundable). Registrations accepted at the door and will be charged the $20 fee.



    • 09 Apr 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Strayer University Chesapeake, 676 Independence Parkway, Third Floor, Chesapeake, VA 23320
    Register


    How to Shift Your Workplace Culture:

    System, Method, Processes

    Presenter- Shelley D. Smith, Premier Rapport-Founder

     Shelley Smith. Culture Curator CPCC

    In this workshop session you will gain the knowledge, skills and tools to curate a successful workplace culture. During experiential learning program, you will learn the ACC® System(Analyze, Curate, Create) that includes the holistic and proactive IMPACT Model  (Intentions & Inclusion, Measurement, Process, Accountability, Time & Tactics) methodology, EEM (Employee Empathy Mapping) and AoWC (Anatomy of Workplace Culture).


    ATD Competency Model: AOEs 

    - Change Management

    - Process & Performance Improvement

    - Mentoring/Coaching


    Learning Objectives: 

    1. Understand exactly how the ACC System will improve your organizational results. This understanding will equip you to eliminate stress, getting at every root cause before placing a strategy in motion.

    2.Know how to apply research-based IMPACT Model methodology to any future situation. Never again miss steps in fully executing your strategies.

    3.Apply the ACC System in real time situation.


    Agenda

    6:00 pm - 6:15 pm Join us for socializing, networking, and refreshments before the meeting

    6:15 pm - 6:25 pm- Welcome/Icebreaker 

    6:30 pm - 7: 30 pm- How to Shift Your Workplace Culture 

    7:30 pm - 7:55 pm - Q&A

    7:55 pm - 8:00 pm Announcements/Closing


    Shelley D. Smith a best-selling author, of her five published books, her most recent How to Avoid Culture Big Fat Failures (BFF) has rattled corporate American in a highly disruptive and effective manner. Business’ of all sizes are paying attention to her ability to not only put out fires but curate cultures to become far more fire resistant. Helping executives take a wide view of what’s working and not working in the culture they have envisioned, yield the profit they are seeking, while attracting and retaining top talent.


    Shelley’s experience over the past 35+ years is why she is known as the Creator of Culture Inquiry. Her approach of inquiry, analysis, creation and curation puts her at the helm of not only Premier Rapport, Inc. business consulting firm but the head Curator of a membership all its own, Culture Curators in Conversation.


    Shelley is a highly sought after speaker and culture inquiry consultant. She is described as authentic, focused, responsive, actionable and results oriented in a very timely fashion. She asks tough questions to zero in on the real opportunities for long term results. She can often be found in various publications such as Money Inc, Entrepreneur, Business Insider, podcasts, Quora, Medium, DisruptHR757 events, SHRM events, and culture conferences.


    Note: 

    Tuesday, April 9th from 6pm -8 pm at Strayer University Chesapeake.

    *** Current chapter members : free registration fees are free for monthly professional development workshops. Lapsed or renewed members will need to bring your account current to avoid paying a non-member guest fee that is non-refundable.

    *** Non-Members: $20.00 fee. Guest registrations will be charged a $20 fee (non-refundable). Registrations accepted at the door and will be charged the $20 fee.



    • 14 May 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • STRAYER UNIVERSITY CHESAPEAKE- 676 INDEPENDENCE PARKWAY, THIRD FLOOR
    Register



    Leveraging Your Industry Certification-

    CPLP, SPHR, PHR, SHRM-SCP, and SHRM-CP

    Being a professional you may have witnessed the growth in your industry over the years. To be a part of that growing industry, it has become essential to keep up with the advanced/technological changes which demand that you as a professional build your core competencies and acquire noteworthy credentials for the future.

    For professional as well as individual growth, people today have resorted to gaining deeper knowledge in their respective fields. Many certifications helps you keep up with the rapidly evolving industry. An organization that has skilled and certified human resources not only does better at providing quality deliverables, but also bolsters the company’s reputation in attracting and building new business.

    Acquiring your certification can leverage your career in terms of interesting project opportunities and client acceptance. Organizations having certified personnel have the advantage of getting a better client in-flow as well. From the client perspective, an organization with certified personnel reassures them of their project being in competent hands.

    If you are looking forward to excel and mark your presence in the organization you are working at, being a certified professional may be just the way.

    In this workshop you will learn the value of several certifications within the Talent Development Profession such as CPLP, APTD, HRCI, SHRM and ICF. 

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    We will explore:

    • what motivates candidates to seek certification
    • the perceived benefits of obtaining and maintaining certification
    • what credentialing organizations do to keep certificates’ engaged
    • industry data
    • compare the data to your own certification programs and how you may use this data in your strategic planning, marketing, communication, and other areas
    • how to get certified
    • how to get funding for the certification study materials and test

    Agenda

    6:00 pm - 6:15 pm Join us for socializing, networking, and refreshments before the meeting

    6:15 pm - 6:25 pm- Welcome/Icebreaker 

    6:30 pm - 7: 30 pm- Leveraging Your Industry Certification

    7:30 pm - 7:55 pm - Q&A

    7:55 pm - 8:00 pm Announcements/Closing


    Note: 

    Tuesday, May 14th  from 6pm -8 pm at Strayer University Chesapeake.

    *** Current chapter members : free registration fees are free for monthly professional development workshops. Lapsed or renewed members will need to bring your account current to avoid paying a non-member guest fee that is non-refundable.

    *** Non-Members: $20.00 fee. Guest registrations will be charged a $20 fee (non-refundable). Registrations accepted at the door and will be charged the $20 fee.



    • 11 Jun 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • The Grain Rooftop Bar inside The Main at Norfolk, 100 E. Main Street, Norfolk, Virginia
    Registration is closed

    Summer Social -Games at the Grain


    Join the SEVA ATD social event for an evening of connecting and networking at "The Grain" inside The Main Hilton Hotel, downtown Norfolk. One of the premier after-work social spots in the Hampton Roads area.

    June 11th, 6pm - 8pm. Arrive early since seating is limited on the rooftop patio (game side). 

     Apply social networking to your workforce as team building and collaboration. There is no professional development tonight. This is professional networking, so we will have a unique way to get to know each other. This is just a great opportunity to connect with other professionals, meet other members, expand your network and blow off some summer steam!

    Don’t miss out on this networking event!

        Bring along your business cards AND tell a friend for chances to win door prizes. 

        SEVA will pay the $25 (limit) meal for attendees to include soft drink or ice tea. A cash bar is available at your discretion. 

    Note: 

    Registrations accepted at the door fee (non-refundable). 

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