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ATD Baton Rouge strives to align our programming to the ATD Capability Model. This month's program aligns with the Performance Improvement area of expertise. Click the image to view the competency model.
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Join us for this special ATD meeting June 25th from 8am to 12 Noon! ATDBR members extraordinaire Susana Lee, Mechelle Roberthon, and Regina Leingang were all selected this year to present at the ATD ICE conference that was canceled for May 2020 due to COVID. It is a HUGE honor to be selected to present and we cannot be more proud of these professionals. We’ve invited Susana, Mechelle and Regina to present their ICE sessions to our chapter at our June membership meeting. You won’t want to miss this exciting mini-conference!
CODE BLUE: Reviving Dead Facilitation Skills Stat
The heart of this session is for trainers to understand that facilitation is not only about being informative but being entertaining too. Too many times we've sat in trainings with a very knowledgeable person presenting content that would never be remembered; let alone understood and acted upon. Poor facilitation is forgotten content. Attendees will learn the symptoms of poor audience engagement, how to connect with their audience, and how to create an engaging learning environment.
Presenter: Mechelle Roberthon
Mechelle Roberthon is a Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD) through the Association of Talent Development. Her background includes training delivery, performance improvement, managing learning programs, and interpersonal/business/personal skills. Currently, she is pursuing a Doctorate of Education in Learning and Organizational Change from Baylor University. She holds a Masters of Science in Education with a specialization in Training and Performance Improvement. Mechelle is also an experienced career and professional development instructor. She has taught over 500 corporate courses with her evaluations consistently rating above average. Her dynamic teaching style has become a favorite amongst learners.
SESSION TWO: THE MASTERMIND MANAGER
Would you like to see your managers collaborating more often? Decrease those silos? Upgrade your new manager training? This session will provide you with a mastermind experience, highlight the benefits, and share tools for implementation in your organization.
Application on the Job (Objectives):
Determine the type of mastermind that would be beneficial for managers in your organization.
Envision and plan a mastermind program for managers in your organization.
Establish a plan for testing tech tools to manage the conversation beyond in person masterminds.
Presenter: Dr. Susana Reyes Lee
Susana Reyes Lee, PhD, CPTD is the Dream Career Doctor. She is working her brand at Baker Concrete Construction Enterprises where she is empowering front line leaders to rebuild their own brand and confidence, shatter the status quo, and strengthen their company's brand through their followers. As the Field Training Specialist, this role allows her to draw from her strong Spanish bilingual skills and extensive leadership development experience.
Dr. Lee is president and founder of Dream Career Doctor, an skills development, career coaching, and leadership development firm. She offers training on Microsoft Office applications, Servant Leadership, personal branding, and presentation skills. As a corporate training and organizational development executive with over 20 years of experience, she has designed, delivered, and managed face-to-face, blended, virtual, and eLearning programs.
Her facilitation style will captivate, empower, and impact you. She has recertified her Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD formerly CPLP) through 2021. She holds a Bachelor of Science, Master of Science, and PhD-Leadership and Human Resource Development from Louisiana State University (Geaux Tigers!). She has served on the ATD Baton Rouge chapter board for six years. She enjoys participating in programs that encourage students with early college and career planning. Her most favorite thing to do is to cheer for her three children whether it is in soccer, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts, cheerleading, or volleyball. She also enjoys supporting her husband as an unpaid photographer in his business!
SESSION THREE: CREATING COMPETENCY-BASED LEADERSHIP PROGRAM
In this session, Regina Leingang will share her real-life lessons from implementing a competency-based leadership program in her workplace. She will discuss how to conduct a needs analysis, how to develop the right competencies, and how to measure effectiveness. If you are interested in developing the leadership in your organization, you won’t want to miss this session.
Understand how a needs analysis was conducted in order to assist with the identification of leadership talent.
Comprehend how to leverage the gaps identified and developing competencies to assist with filling in and further developing those gaps
Integrate the overall approaches to leadership development with other human resource strategies such as:
Regina Leingang is a Leadership Development Consultant at the Baton Rouge General Health System. She is a graduate of LSU (B.S. 2005, MPA 2009, and Ph.D. 2013). Regina began her career with the Baton Rouge General in 2015 as their first Leadership Development Consultant. Regina has over 10 years of experience with the State of Louisiana in various roles and organizations before advancing to the Health Care arena. Regina is a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt, certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), and Certified Professional within the Society for Human Resources (SHRM-CP). Regina is also a DiSC® facilitator and has conducted numerous workshops as well as a Master TeamSTEPPS trainer teaching people and teams’ strategies and tools to enhance their performance. Regina has held multiple roles with the Association for Talent Development (ATD), formerly American Society of Training and Development (ASTD) – Baton Rouge Chapter as Past-President, President, President-Elect, Vice President of Membership, and Programming to name a few. She is also a national member of the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM), and a local member of Greater Baton Rouge SHRM. Regina is currently in Leadership Baton Rouge’s class of 2020. Regina is an active Baton Rouge Area Chamber (BRAC) Ambassador, Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society Board Secretary, and President of her Homeowners Association. In her spare time Regina enjoys spending time with friends, family, and cheering on the LSU tigers and the New Orleans Saints.
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Topic: Change Management
Speaker: Craig Pourciau
"Craig Pourciau is a collaborating consultant and has a relationship with SSA Consultants since 1999 after serving as the founder and president of a human resource development training organization. He specializes in assessing organizational climates and developing customized training and development programs. His expertise in these areas has led him to become one of the foremost facilitators and high-level change management consultants in the Gulf Coast region.
Recently, he developed customized supervisory training and strategic alignment programs for a multinational chemical company; and developed appraisal instruments and start-up managerial training curriculum for a nationwide civil engineering firm. Other notable engagements include serving as the lead consultant and researcher to the Academic Distinction Fund for East Baton Rouge Parish public schools, where his outstanding performance earned him an invitation to join a team of national experts in Washington D.C. to strategically plan a nationwide teacher quality improvement initiative.
As a sought-after public speaker, his professional experience spans many ventures including serving as a court-appointed expert on treating childhood and adolescent behavior disorders as well as conducting more than 3,000 documented hours of group therapy.
Craig earned a Bachelor of Science from Louisiana State University and a Master of Arts in General Experimental Psychology from Southeastern Louisiana University. He is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management and the American Society for Training and Development."
Source: SSA Consultants
Topic: Learning Technologies
Speakers: Panel of Experts
Topic: Crucial Conversations
Speaker: Gloria West
"Gloria is a senior consultant, highly experienced facilitator and consultant with a diverse client portfolio including companies like CF Industries, Newtron Group, and Shintech. With over 15 years of experience in supply chain, people and human resources management, Gloria served 11 years at Intel Corporation working with factory, corporate, and supply chain partners spanning multiple levels of global management. Gloria was recognized as an expert people manager who maintained high employee morale and effectiveness. Later, in her role as the first human resources manager for Tony's Seafood and Louisiana Fish Fry Products she developed the HR department, facilitated and improved the performance review and compensation process, and consolidated benefits administration. Gloria uses these real-life work experiences when consulting with clients and facilitating workshops across the Gulf Coast.
When she's not working, Gloria is an avid reader and loves everything soccer and spending time with her family and beloved dog, Jack."
Join us for our annual joint ATD BR and SHRM membership meeting.
Join us for our final meeting of 2020 and the celebration of Employee Learning Week.
The ATDBR Annual Conference (previously Gulf Coast Talent Development Conference) provides professional development opportunities for learning and human resources professionals. Those professionals who help others achieve their full potential by improving their knowledge, skills, and abilities in the workplace. This conference will be a day filled with creative training techniques, ways to show how training can impact the bottom line, and engaging sessions focused on Human Resources, Leadership Development, and Training & Development. Just like the previous years, there will be a vendor expo, lunch, and time for networking with peers. Registration for the 2021 ATDBR Annual Conference is now open.
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