GCATD Receives Achievement Recognition from ATD for CARE and CARE+ Requirements
What is CARE? Chapter Affiliation Requirements (CARE) are a set of performance guidelines designed to help chapters deliver consistent benefits to members. CARE consists of elements in six key areas that are necessary for running a chapter like a business: Board of Directors, Communication, Finance, Governance, Membership, and Programming.
Our Chapter successfully met all required CARE elements and is recognized for 100 percent achievement of CARE. Based on our reported CARE Plus responses, our chapter is also recognized as a CARE Plus achieved chapter.
By going above and beyond, ATD recognizes that the value we provide to our members through a well run chapter, programs, services, and exceptional operations is the result of the individual time, resources, innovation, thought, and dedication our volunteer team contributes, was worthy of recognition. Read the congratulatory letter from ATD President and CEO, Tony Bingham.
Thank you all for an amazing 2022. I hope we can continue to connect in 2023 for more moments that matter. Happy New Year!
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University of Dayton Center for Leadership 2023 Curriculum
It's our pleasure to share our 2023 recently launched University of Dayton Center for Leadership curriculum with you. The planning and program selections are based on what regional leaders told us they are facing and what training needs they see necessary in the future. Our goal is to provide development programs that ensure workforce readiness and sustainability for the region. You have the flexibility to leverage any of our curriculum to meet or complement your training strategy at every level of your organization. The Center for Leadership team stands ready to support your development needs.
Executive Development programs are geared toward senior-level leaders, business unit leaders, and leaders of other leaders looking to immediately impact their organizations. These are mainly one-day programs taught by some of the top management thinkers and leadership thought leaders in the world today. Click here for the complete 2023 lineup.
Emerging Leader Certificate
The Emerging Leader Certificate program is ideal for top-performing leaders with ten or more years of experience and an advanced degree or combined equivalent experience. Organizations can identify emerging leaders as having the potential to advance into an executive role. Your company's selection and support of these emerging leaders will enable them to move into executive positions seamlessly, confidently, and successfully. Click here for the schedule and program descriptions.
Women Lead. Certificate
The Women Lead. Certificate program is ideal for those who are accomplished leaders, who are serious about their development, and who are ready to refine their brand of leadership further. Immerse in a game-changing leadership development experience designed to provide clarity on your goals and who you are as your best, most-fulfilled self. You'll use that clarity and the tools provided in the program to maximize your leadership effectiveness. Women Lead. is perfect for those who want to be surrounded by other diverse, high-achieving, uplifting women leaders and those who are not afraid to be challenged and do not want run-of-the-mill training. Click here for the schedule and program descriptions.
Supervisory Leadership Certificate
The Supervisory Leadership Certificate program is ideal for front-line supervisors, managers, and individuals preparing for a leadership role. Leaders will walk away from every session with applicable tools to implement immediately back into the workplace. This program includes in-depth assessments, mentors, coaching, and personalized development plans to build the foundation for self and team leadership. Click here for the schedule and program descriptions.
Whether you are an experienced professional looking to make an impact or an organization looking to train and retain key talent, Professional Development programs help managers and professionals at all levels. These one-day programs, led by local, regional, and national thought leaders, enable participants to acquire and practice new skills they can apply immediately. Click here for the complete schedule and program descriptions.
For more detailed information on the 2023 curriculum, click here or contact April Mescher at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 937-229-3115.
Chapter Recognized by ATD for Participating in Employee Learning Week (ELW) in 2021
Your Greater Cincinnati Chapter was recently recognized by ATD as a "Champion of Learning" for successful implementation of ELW during the week of Dec. 6-10, 2021. If you recall, we had a great Chapter networking event at The Pub in Rookwood on Dec. 9. Thanks to everyone that participated. To see the certificate of recognition, click here.
GCATD on Covid-19
COVID-19 public health related issues are still a serious and continuously evolving situation, and the Greater Cincinnati Chapter of the Association for Talent Development will continue to follow the directives and requirements from the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The GCATD s responding with the health and safety of its community, volunteers, and membership in mind. Because of the rapid spread of omicron and other variants of COVID-19, the GCATD is following the CDC recommendations in requiring optional mask wearing in public indoor settings in geographic areas of substantial or high transmission If you are unvaccinated, we suggest you continue to wear a mask in indoor settings. We will continue to monitor this situation and update our website with any changes.