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    • 16 Jan 2018
    • 03 Nov 2018
    • 10 sessions
    • Slover Library, 235 E Plume St, Norfolk, VA 23510

    The SEVA ATD Board of Directors meets monthly to oversee Chapter strategic planning and the progress of the Executive Board against annual goals. 

    Regularly scheduled Board of Directors meeting minutes will posted on the Chapter’s website. Members that wish to put ideas, suggestions, or concerns before the board are welcome email the chapter president at least 48 hours in advance. 

    Members who are interested in learning more about leadership opportunities with the Chapter are especially encouraged to contact the VP of Talent Management. 

    • 26 Mar 2018
    • 20 Aug 2018
    • 6 sessions
    • Strayer University Chesapeake- 676 Independence Parkway-Third Floor, Chesapeake, VA 23320
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    Welcome to Transition Talent Network  

    A Hampton Roads Meeting Place for Career Professionals.


    TTN is open to any adult looking to start, enhance, or redefine their careers in all types of industries. Membership in SEVA ATD is not required.

    TTN will offer a range of professional development workshops to assist participants in their respective fields. 

    Topics this year include:

    March 26th (In person Session)- 

    Developing a Positive Career Change Mindset

    April 30th- (Virtual Session) 

    Get Out of Your Own Way: Strategies for Career Slump

    May 21st- (In person Session) 

    Identifying Your Core Competencies for Your Effective Resumes

    June 25th- (Virtual Session) 

    Relationship Management: Finding the Best Fit to your Career Mentor 

    July 23rd- (In person Session) 

    Enhancing Your Career with Your Side Hustle: StrengthFinders 2.0 

    August 13th- (Virtual Session) 

    Leveraging LinkedIn to Tap into Your Next Career  


    Session #1

    Developing a Career Change Mindset

    In this session will we focus on using the power of visualization to create a career vision board that will help you reach your career goals this year and beyond.

    Career discovery is a journey, and like any other personal journey you complete, it pays to try different techniques to create the results you desire. If you are having difficulty identifying your career goals, you might benefit from building a career vision board.

    Creating a vision board is easy and fun.  There is a whole industry available to help you build your vision boards (software, templates, etc.).  Here is our simple five-step guide to building a vision board:

    1. Collect and bring in your images:  Cut out photos and meaningful phrases from magazines.  Look for pictures of people doing activities/occupations you find enjoyable and pictures that represent the type of work environments/people/work outfits/ or companies you’d like to be associated with.
    2. Bring your creative tools: tri-fold board or poster, colored pencils, pens, or markers. You will need scissors, tape and/or glue. 
    3. Draft your positive affirmation to attach to your vision board. 
    4. Bring in your blank career journal. 
    5. We will develop and focus on your top five objectives for your new career or how you plan to enhance your career. We will revisit your objectives in each TTN session. 
                     


    In-Person Location: Strayer University Chesapeake, 676 Independence Parkway- Third floor, Chesapeake, VA 23320

    Virtual Sessions will be conducted via Zoom. Log-in will be email to you during your registration. 


    • 25 Apr 2018
    • 20 Jun 2018
    • 5 sessions
    Registration is closed

    SEVA ATD Spring 2017 Book Club Announcement

    StrengthsFinder 2.0 - Hardcover

     StrengthsFinder 2.0

    From Gallup and Tom Rath

    StrengthsFinder 2.0, Amazon's bestselling nonfiction book of all time, will change the way you look at yourself - and the world around you. Designed for individuals, teams, managers and leaders, StrengthsFinder 2.0 introduces you to the power and potential of strengths.

    Loaded with hundreds of strategies for applying your strengths, StrengthsFinder 2.0 also includes an access code to take the CliftonStrengths assessment. 

    After you complete the assessment, you'll have access to personalized reports and tools to learn more about your strengths, including:

    • a comprehensive development guide based on your CliftonStrengths results
    • a customized version of your top five theme report
    • strategies for building on each of your top five themes

    Learn how to use your natural talents every day so you can thrive in life and at work. Instead of wasting time trying to fix your weaknesses, learn how to develop and apply your strengths for success.

    Come join the Spring Book Club and learn more about your strengths!

    Book Club begins Wednesday, April 25th: 7 – 8 pm, Online Zoom Meeting

    Deadline to Register:  C.O.B April 18, 2017

    Book Club Goals

    • Relevant books from various industry leading thinkers
    • Discussions to explore meaning and broaden perspectives
    • How to integrate and apply any new knowledge to our work and/or personal life

    You can look forward to

    • Five (5) virtual sessions on Wednesday evenings, (4/25, 5/16, 5/23, 6/6, 6/20) sessions.
    • Using screen share, chat, HD video (12 HD streams), & computer based audio.

    Registration and Order process:

    • SEVA ATD will provide a complimentary book to the first 10 members who register.  
    • Non-members can participate by covering the cost of the book plus a small fee of $5.00.  Non-members must register via this registration to participate.
    • Books will be shipped to the address in your registration. 

    Register for Fall Book Club – StrengthsFinder 2.0

    For inquiries, contact: If you have questions, you can reach Shari Carrithers (sharimc7@gmail.com) 757.576.8564.


    • 08 May 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Strayer University - Chesapeake 676 Independence Parkway-Third Floor, Chesapeake, VA 23320
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    "Developing Ready Leaders for the Front-line" 


    The presentation provides an overview of the background, development, and implementation of The Apprentice Schools Frontline Foreman Accelerated Skills Training (FAST) program.  Using the program as a backdrop, participants will be exposed to techniques for designing a cost effective leadership development program that utilizes existing traditions and cultural strengths, employs a blended learning approach, and intrinsically cultivates support from middle and upper management.  Connections will also be made to process design for the identification and development of high-potential employees for specific career paths.


    Agenda

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

    6:15 pm - 6:30 pm:  Welcome/Icebreaker 

    6:30 pm - 7:45 pm: Presentation

    7: 45 pm: Q&A 

    8:00 pm- Closing 


    TD Areas of Expertise:

    1.    Managing Learning Programs:  people strategy; implementing training projects and activities

    2.    Integrated Talent Management:  building culture, capability, capacity and engagement

    3.    Change management:  influencing organizational shift from current state to desired state

    Learning Objectives: 

    1:  Designing a Vector Program:  Participants will learn about the advantage of identifying organizational strengths that can be utilized as foundation elements for designing programs that respond to development needs and enhance organizational effectiveness.  They will learn how to balance the use of existing program design approaches with the implementation of new methods that encourage innovation and improve alignment between learning objectives and on-the-job applications.

    2:  Applying the Blended Learning Approach:  Using the Frontline FAST developmental process as an example, participants will learn how to apply blended formal and informal learning experiences to program design.  They will learn how to use a community of practice approach that connects individual and socially interactive activities with workplace experiences and networking. 

    3:  Cultivating Natural Support:  Participants will learn how to take advantage of existing organizational structure and relationships to build natural support for the design and implementation of a program.  They will learn how to incorporate unobtrusive elements that promote sponsorship from company leadership and establish formal and informal connections with key individuals responsible for employee development.

    Guest Speaker: Jason Kinney, MAEd, CPLP, Talent Development, The Apprentice School,  Newport News Shipbuilding

    Mr. Kinney was awarded for his performance and leadership by the Virginia Department of Labor, Virginia Apprenticeship Council, the Virginia Apprenticeship Alumni Association, George Washington University, The Apprentice School and have earned corporate honors for teamwork, leadership development and program management. 

    Currently, he manages The Apprentice School's front-line supervisor leadership development program, teach business management and leadership, team-based problem solving, communication and public speaking classes, and spend the balance of my time supporting academic initiatives, designing and facilitating leadership development interactions, and serving as an advisor/consultant to students, faculty and management. 


    Venue Partner 

    676 Independence Parkway-Third Floor 

    Room 313

    Chesapeake, VA 23320 



    • 12 Jun 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • The Grain Rooftop Bar inside The Main at Norfolk, 100 E. Main Street, Norfolk, Virginia
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    June Social - Connect, Mix and Mingle 


    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 12th, 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 $15 (limit) meal for attendees to include soft drink or ice tea. A cash bar is available.

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