Featuring new GCATD Board Member, Channing Nuñez. Channing serves as the VP of Marketing & Communications.
She feels strongly about diversity in talent development. Diversity of thought, Diversity of talent, Diversity of experience, and making sure everyone is communicated with and to in a way they understand.
Channing is a Cincinnati native and has lived out of state but spent a lot of her life within a five mile radius. She grew up walking distance to Xavier University so she began her undergraduate degree with a focus in communications, design, marketing, and public relations. MORE
Join us for our next lunch time interactive WEBINAR from 12:00- to 1:00 PM to understand why stories are your most impactful communication tool and the most powerful storytelling formula in addition to what the 7 Keys are to crafting memorable stories.
Facilitated by Michael Davis, the founder of Speaking CPR, Michael helps professionals create and develop inspiring presentations that are so compelling that people immediately take action on the message. MORE
CHAPTER MEMBERS ATTEND FREE!
MANY THANKS to Matthew G. Marvin for facilitating our August 21 breakfast meeting, Nailed It! 10 Keys to Crushing the Interview. Matthew generously gave all that attended a copy of his book to take home and read. For photo highlights courtesy of Channing Nuñez, click here.
Organizational Development (OD) SIG: Leading Organizational Change
Sep 19; 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM (EDT) - Panera Bread, 9444 Civic Centre Blvd., West Chester Township, OH 45069 REGISTER
Learning Leaders SIG: Book Discussion for "The Speed of Trust" by Stephen M.R. Covey
Sep 26; 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM - TiER1 Performance Solutions, 100 E. Rivercenter Blvd., Covington, KY 41011 Tower 2, Suite 100 REGISTER
Coaching SIG: The Coaching SIG is Disrupting our Traditional Meeting Format!
Sep 27; 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM - Virtual REGISTER
Consider Being a Co-Convener for the Combined
The Coaching/Consultants SIG is for anyone who coaches others within organizations and internal or external consultants that seek to develop expertise, work effectively, establish successful client relationships, and facilitate and support workplace learning, performance and development.
Consider co-convening the Coaching/Consultants SIG - It's only every other month! Benefits include: FREE chapter membership, identifying trends, learning from SIG members, and connecting with GCATD members through relevant discussions. If you're interested, please contact our VP of Strategic Partnerships, Pam Nintrup.
Your chance to connect with a variety of talent development, learning, coaching, design, and training devotees.
Questions? If you have any questions, please contact Randi Sandlin at 513-503-3816 or Arlene Baker at 513-739-4655.
FALL CONFERENCE SPONSOR DISCOUNT: All sponsors will receive a 10 percent discount if they sign up for 2 years (2018 and 2019).
GCATD Student Scholarships are available to current students in an undergraduate, graduate or doctoral program in the Greater Cincinnati area. Two students will be selected to win the following scholarships:
One Year of Chapter Membership ($85 value): benefits, including free access to Special Interest Group meetings, webinars, online access to archived event materials and reduced rates to GCATD professional development events.
Free Registration to attend our annual conference: 2018 GCATD Presents: Power of Possibilities ($199 Value) October 5, 2018 at the Savannah Center in West Chester, OH. The conference features keynote speaker Kevin Eikenberry – best-selling author, speaker, trainer and coach. The deadline to apply is September 7, 2018. MORE
Our chapter is partnering with more than 40 ATD Chapters to create an online book club for L&D professionals around the country.
The group will connect virtually through an online forum to discuss books related to L&D, training, organizational development and much more. You can learn more and sign up for the book club here: https://www.pbc.guru/td/. The program is completely free so feel free to pass the opportunity on to friends and colleagues. MORE
HR Collaborative Happy Hour
Join our friends from the HR Collaborative - Cincinnati at The Pub at Rookwood on Tuesday, September 11th for valuable networking, complimentary hors d'oeuvres and great drinks! Catch up with old friends and make new ones while enjoying a beverage and relaxing after work. They look forward to seeing you at this fun and free event! REGISTER HERE
ATD Central Ohio in Columbus, OH is proud to present their annual conference on Sept 18 filled with learning trends and new ideas to develop and design learning solutions with technology. Join local experts in learning design and technologies for interactive sessions and learning and development activities.
Featuring a keynote with Mike Taylor, Director of Learning Technology and Online Learning at Mindset Digital. Mike is from Columbus and brings over two decades of real-life, in-the-trenches experience. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. More details, including cost and registration.
Welcome New and Renewing Chapter Members
We are excited to welcome new members and appreciate renewing members.
Welcome to new members, Teresa Bennett, Dan Hayes, Jessie Kinney, Lauren Redwine, Charles Suscheck.
Welcome to our new members that joined the chapter while registering for the 2018 GCATD Fall Conference: From Luxottica: Stephen Anderson, Sandy Becker, Pam Coffin, Bobby Dean, Dave Decker, Carol Erisman, Kristin Herron, Celena Hosford, Victoria Jackson, Stephanie Linson, Frank Llana, Ivory Vera, Jill Walters; From Fifth Third Bank: Sheryl Black, Rebecca Campbell, Paula Cobb, Jackie Flannery, Stacy Jordan, Debbie Mandell; Jessica Beverly, Chris Bork, Mina Busch, John Cox, Donald Crews, Mara Flowers, Andrea Franklin, Susan Grubbs, Christine Hausman, Michael Hurd, Julie Kreienkamp, Jeffrey Shaver, Jaime Stoneking, Glenna Stricklett, Jarrod Williams.
Thanks to all our renewing chapter members: Connie Fisher, Sandra Hughes, Lisa Kappesser, Denny Krause, Gail Love, Patty McClarin (Fifth Third Bank), Shannon Pinedo (Fifth Third Bank), Tina Proud (Luxottica), Trista Scherpenberg. Thank you!