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Neuroman and the Fight for Epic Engagement

  • 15 Oct 2021
  • 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
  • Webinar via GoTo Meeting conferencing
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  • Fee waived for guests.
 


 

Chapter Learning Event

WEBINAR via GoToMeeting

October 15, 2021, 11:00 am

 

         


Neuroman and the Fight for Epic Engagement



“NeuroMan,” the mascot for sustained attention, will lead participants on a journey to understand the brain science behind adult learning. Science tells us that the release of dopamine increases attention and long-term retention.  This session will explore 3 areas in which participants will gain easy-to-implement strategies that support active engagement and learning.  

  • Movement- Learn the importance of incorporating movement within a training session.  We will facilitate 1-2 quick activities that demonstrate how to get participants up and moving, even within a virtual environment.  
  • Interaction - Demonstrate the value of interaction and how it leads to sustained attention and overall learning outcomes. We will model 1-2 quick activities that incorporate partner and small group work. 
  • Reflection/Retention - Demonstrate the importance of reflection and assessment touch points throughout training programs.  We will model 1-2 brief activities that allow trainers to check learning progress. 

BRIEF BIOGRAPHY

Heather Philo currently works as a Training Manager for a financial institution.  After years in the public education classroom, she made the transition to use her passion and skills for learning in the corporate world.  In her current role, Heather partners across her organization to provide development opportunities and training programs that support others in their desire to grow in the soft skills that make them better teammates and leaders. 

 

Cyndi Threatt is the Manager of Curriculum at a financial institution.  She has a passion for developing engaging and interactive training that is both instructor led and e-learning.  In her early professional career, she was an elementary school teacher and brings a unique quirkiness with her into the corporate world. She believes that life-long learning and growth is the key to success.


This October learning event is hosted by ATD – Upstate (part of the ATD – South Carolina chapter of ATD).  We are a dedicated community of talent development professionals in the Upstate, including talent development managers, trainers, instructional designers, performance consultants, frontline managers, workplace learning professionals, and more.

Anyone is welcome to attend this event.  The event is free for ATD - South Carolina members, or $10 for non-members.


ATD Capability Model: Developing Professional Capability: 

Community of Practice: Learning Sciences & Training Delivery and Facilitation

    ABOUT ATD Upstate

    We are a dedicated community of talent development professionals in the Upstate, including talent development managers, trainers, instructional designers, performance consultants, frontline managers, workplace learning professionals, and more.

    When:   Oct 15, 2021

    Where:   Via GoToMeeting

    Time:      11:00 am EST

        

    Please download the GoToMeeting application prior

    to the start of the meeting.

            

    Additional Information:

    (Email with link will be sent prior to the webinar.)


    For additional information, contact Darla Skipper, VP of Education at vpprograms@atdmidlands.org

          We look forward to seeing you!



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