On April 23, 2019, CTDO Next members learned about the LEADx tool Amanda, a virtual coach that combines behavioral science, AI, and expert content to democratize access to coaching resources in organizations.
During the February 2019 virtual meeting, CTDO Next members discussed the role and responsibility of talent development in an organizations adoption of technology.
On October 19, 2020, Dr. Ibram X. Kendi talked to CTDO Next members and guests about how to create anti-racist cultures in their organizations.
On April 16, 2020, CTDO Next members discussed this question: Is the future workplace we were predicting already here, and if so, is it different?
On July 30, 2020, David Epstein shared lessons from cutting edge research on both unexpected opportunities and invisible pitfalls in times of crisis.
On June 15, 2020, during a CTDO Next working session, members consulted one of their own about how to create a framework to maximize virtual learning.
Michael Dorsey ensures that every Department of Human Services employee has the training they need to serve Maryland residents. It also provides preventive services that work to protect children and adults in each of Marylands 23 counties and Baltimore City.
The fast-casual restaurant infuses this mission in everything it does, and that is a driving element of its talent development initiatives. It really does capture what we stand for, which is this whole food culture and movement that Steve Ells, our founder, created, says Chief People Officer Marissa Andrada.
Chief Learning Officer Michael Molinaro is ensuring New York Life employees have easy access to intuitive learning options. That principle has been a driving force behind the work of Michael Molinaro, chief learning officer for New York Life, the largest mutual life insurance company in the United States, according to Fortune.
This is a crucial characteristic for anyone in the C-suite. Executive presence is an essential trait for anyone aspiring to reach the ranks of the C-suite.
On March 20, 2019, CTDO Next members discussed ATDs Competency Model update. The conversation considered the major forces and trends impacting the profession that need to be reflected in the model, what the model should do for the field and for ATD, and how to ensure the model represents the profession as it is today and will be in three to five years.
During the January 2019 virtual meeting, CTDO Next members discussed blockchain and its implications on the future of work and the talent development profession.
Liz Janssen is focused on ensuring ICF employees have the skills and mentoring to support the companys innovation and growth. Many of the people who work at ICF are very passionate about their field and committed to having an impact, says Liz Janssen, vice president of learning, talent development, and change management at ICF.
The largest obstacle is many practitioners inability to capture metrics that tell the quantifiable story of success in mentorship programs. Mentorship programs are social learning relationships that are transformational for individual employees and drivers for strategic organizational success.
During the December 2018 virtual meeting, CTDO Next members discussed artificial intelligence and its implications on organizations and the talent development profession.
This video profile from ATDs Take It From the Top series features CTDO Next member Brian Miller, vice president of talent, development, and inclusion at Gilead Sciences. Miller describes one of his leadership-defining epiphanies as the moment he understood that the experts were in front of him and his job was to guide their path.
This video profile from ATDs Take It From the Top series features CTDO Next member Tamar Elkeles, chief human resources officer for XCOM. Elkeles encourages talent development professionals to take a greater role in leading their organizations by shaping the business, engaging the workforce, and embracing new technologies.
This video profile from ATDs Take It From the Top series features CTDO Next member Suzanne Frawley, director of talent management at Plains All American. Suzanne recalls how one of the most influential leaders in her career taught her to listen well, ask questions, and provide a safe space for her team to take risks.
Based on a survey of 1,911 talent development professionals, the report identifies the median base salary of individuals working in talent development, as well as non-base pay such as bonuses and incentive pay. 2019 Talent Development Salary and Benefits Report provides a picture of the talent development profession, offering information on professionals experience in the field, educational background, role responsibilities, and more.
Director of Talent Management Mary McNevin helps U.S. Venture prepare future leaders while broadening its talent acquisition scope. As director of talent management, McNevin oversees talent acquisition, performance management, talent development, and succession planning and preparation for U.S. Ventures 1,800 employees across the United States.