Photo Courtesy of Boise State University, Organizational Performance and Workplace Learning Graduate Program (2020)
Are you interested in learning more about presenting on behalf of the ATD Treasure Valley Chapter? That's fantastic! The Board of Directors is always open to partnering and scheduling engaging and informative educators, practitioners, consultants, industry specialists, and business professionals to support our Talent Development Members and other attendees.
Complete the ATD Treasure Valley Presenter Application to apply to present. Our Program Director will contact you within 3 business days. All prospective presenters are required to submit their application to present.
Some benefits of presenting on behalf of the Chapter are:
C&L sessions provide a space for TD professionals to learn, share best practices, and make connections with other talent development enthusiasts!
Presenters choose a talent development topic that aligns with one of the 23 capabilities of the ATD Talent Development Capability Model. After introductions, the presenter has 50 minutes to present a dynamic and interactive learning presentation.
All events are scheduled for the second Thursday of each month (except no events in July or December) from 12pm -1pm and are held either virtually or in person.
We encourage presenters to record video of themselves giving a brief (less than two minutes) introduction of themselves and their presentation topic. The Chapter will use the video to promote the presenter and the event on social media. Below are seven phone video recording tips, or view this short how-to video.
Note: While the ATD Treasure Valley will be happy to add a title to your video, the chapter will not do any additional video editing. Please provide the video in the form you would like it to be posted.
Most of our attendees are talent development professionals who have at minimum of five plus years of experience in training and development, organizational development, or human resources.
Because of the attendees' experience and responsibilities, C&L sessions should take more of an informative, train-the-trainer format. Our goal is for attendees to practice, apply, and integrate the information into their workforce development plans and programs.
We will contact you within the next few weeks to discuss your topic.