Virtual events are an exciting way to learn about the industry, explore new products, and meet people in the industry.  While these events may not be sponsored by ATD or ATDLI, feel free to register and attend the below virtual events.

Virtual Events

    • 30 Mar 2020
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Virtual meeting
    Register

    Webinar: Virtual Happy Hour 





    Monday, March 30, 2020  5:30PM

    Virtual Meeting


    Are you facing challenges during the COVID19 crisis? Come join a virtual happy hour with your friends at ATD Long Island! Network, share best practices and connect with your talent development community! Best of all this event is free! 

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    • 01 Apr 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Online

    ATD-LI Memebers:

    This is not an ATD hosted event, but we thought it might be useful for you during this time and it is FREE:

    You're invited to join us for this complimentary webinar.

    Managing Virtual Workers Today


    Speaker:

    Bob Nelson, Ph.D., Author, President, Nelson Motivation Inc. 

    Date: Wednesday, April 1, 2020   

    Time: 9AM Pacific / NOON Eastern (60-Minute Session) 


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    Register anyway. We'll send you the recording and materials after the event.

     

    Cost: $0.00  

    Session Description    

    With the nation-wide move to have employees work from home to limit social distancing in response to the Coronavirus pandemic, many managers are faced with virtually managing their employees for the first time. Already 50 percent of today's employees work virtually as of 2020 and many more would like to. Thirty-six percent of employees would give up a pay raise for the ability to work remotely; forty percent would be willing to take a pay cut for that option.  

    Find out what it takes to successfully manage virtual workers, learn the pitfalls and successful tools and techniques other organizations are successfully using on this topic, and increase your confidence for effectively getting work done through workers who are not in the office.

    Topics include: 

    • The growing importance of virtual work and the virtual worker
    • Setting clear goals, expectations and control for virtual workers
    • Building trust, teams and accountability with virtual workers
    • Technology tools and strategies for extraordinary communication
    • Promoting inclusion and collaboration with virtual workers
    • Virtual recognition and rewards for remote workers


    By allowing greater worker autonomy and flexibility, companies can greatly expand their potential pool of talent, which is especially important in light of the increasing shortage of skilled labor facing all organizations today and in the years to come. 

    Each registered attendee will receive a copy of The Virtual Manager ($16.99, retail) and 1001 Ways to Engage Employees ($17.99, retail). U.S. Residents only 

     

     

    About Bob Nelson, Ph.D.

      Bob Nelson, Ph.D., is considered the world's leading authority on recognizing, rewarding and engaging employees. He has worked with 80 percent of the Fortune 500 companies and presented on six continents to help improve strategies, systems and programs for better motivating employees to achieve exceptional performance. 

    Dr. Nelson has sold over 5 million books on management and employee motivation, which have been translated into 37 languages, including 1501 Ways to Reward Employees, The Recognition & Rewards FieldbookThe Management Bible, 1001 Ways to Energize Employees, Ubuntu! Inspiring Teamwork & Collaboration at Work, Recognizing & Engaging Employees For Dummies, and his most recent book, 1001 Ways to Engage Employees.

    He has appeared extensively in the national and international media including CBS 60 Minutes, CNN, CNBC, MSNBC, PBS, and National Public Radio; and is a frequent expert resource for The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, BusinessWeek, Fortune, and Inc. magazines. 

    Bob is president of Nelson Motivation Inc. ( www.drbobnelson.com), a management training and consulting company located in San Diego, California and can be reached at bob@drbobnelson.com.   

     

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    With the nation-wide move to have employees work from home to limit social distancing in response to the Coronavirus pandemic, many managers are faced with virtually managing their employees for the first time. Already 50 percent of today’s employees work virtually as of 2020 and many more would like to. Thirty-six percent of employees would give up a pay raise for the ability to work remotely; forty percent would be willing to take a pay cut for that option.  



    Find out what it takes to successfully manage virtual workers, learn the pitfalls and successful tools and techniques other organizations are successfully using on this topic, and increase your confidence for effectively getting work done through workers who are not in the office.

    Topics include: 
    • The growing importance of virtual work and the virtual worker
    • Setting clear goals, expectations and control for virtual workers
    • Building trust, teams and accountability with virtual workers
    • Technology tools and strategies for extraordinary communication
    • Promoting inclusion and collaboration with virtual workers
    • Virtual recognition and rewards for remote workers

    By allowing greater worker autonomy and flexibility, companies can greatly expand their potential pool of talent, which is especially important in light of the increasing shortage of skilled labor facing all organizations today and in the years to come. 


    • 02 Apr 2020
    • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Virtual
    Register

    Launch your Learning Career Advice Panel 

    Virtual Panel

    Panelists



    Stephanie Cusumano

    Organizational Development Coordinator 

    Bethpage Federal Credit Union


     

     

    Sarah Sprott

    HR Manager, Helmsley Foundation 



    Myia Williams, PhD. 

    Post Doctoral Researcher/I-O Psychologist, Northwell Health


    James Wolfe

    Graduate Assistant in the Course and Teacher Ratings, Hofstra University


    Thursday, April 2nd, 2020 7PM

    Virtual event

    (log-in information will be emailed to participants) 


    Talent development is a growing field. Many students and working professionals are hoping to enter the field but need some guidance. This career pane is designed to help professionals at all levels learn how to navigate a career in learning! 

    Bring your questions and ideas to this virtual panel hosted by the ATD Long Island Student Special Interest Group (SIG) at Hofstra University! 

    Panelist Bios 

    Stephanie Cusumano is an Organizational Development Coordinator at Bethpage Federal Credit Union. In her role, she provides support to employees across the organization on inquiries related to performance and provides coordination of all OD initiatives. Since receiving a certification in Employee Engagement, Stephanie has been focusing on various employee engagement initiatives throughout the organization. Stephanie is also a certified Change Management Practitioner. Prior to joining Bethpage, Stephanie worked as a research assistant at Farmingdale State college, where she earned her B.S. in Applied Psychology. She also received her M.S. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Baruch College. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, fiancé, and planning her next Disney vacation.

    Sarah Sprott is a Human Resources Manager at the Helmsley Charitable Trust. In this role, she focuses on recruiting and training and development initiatives for staff across the organization. Prior to joining Helmsley, Sarah spent eight years working in learning and development. She's designed training and onboarding programs for employees and managers in advertising and legal firms. Sarah's worked on culture development and employee engagement initiatives at big, well-established firms as well as at young, start-up companies. Sarah received a B.A. in Political Science from Michigan State University and a J.D. from Charlotte School of Law. She began her career with Teach For America, teaching 9th grade English. Her recent nonprofit experience includes volunteering with Legal Outreach and the New York Society for Ethical Culture. In her free time, Sarah enjoys being an opera lover, foodie, and travel enthusiast.

    Myia Williams,PhD. is a Research Industrial/Organizational Psychologist at Northwell Health. As an internal consultant, she is deeply involved in developing, validating and administering human capital solutions for behavioral interventions aimed at reducing disparities for minority populations. She is well-versed in advanced statistical techniques enabling her to provide data driven solutions to her internal clients. Myia’s research interests include immigrant-related issues in the workplace, ostracism, perspectives of women leadership roles in non-western countries and diversity and inclusion. She holds a PhD in Applied Organizational Psychology from Hofstra University and is from the beautiful Caribbean island of St. Lucia. 

    Moderator Bio

    James Wolfe is currently leading a team as a Graduate Assistant in the Course and Teacher Ratings department at Hofstra University, while preparing to graduate with his M.A. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology in May 2020. As a Grad Assistant James utilizes project management skills to work on a variety of tasks with confidential data, using SPSS, Excel, and exceptional teamwork to improve accuracy and performance. 

    James also takes advantage of the excellent opportunities afforded students in his program, such as becoming the first Social Media Coordinator for the MA Program in IO Psychology and the PhD Program in Applied Organizational Psychology, as well as volunteering with the Association for Talent Development: Long Island. Another significant benefit he has from the program is becoming certified in using and interpreting the Hogan Personality Inventory, Hogan Development Survey, and the Motives, Values Preferences Inventory; along with completing the Hogan High Potential web course.

    James graduated with a B.S. in Psychology from Alcorn State University and is originally from the Biggest Little City in the World, Reno, Nevada.



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    • 22 Apr 2020
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
    • Online

    Navigating the New Norm
    Working and Leading in Virtual World

    with Angela Nino, CFI, Founder & CEO at Empathic Workplace

    We are all calibrating to a new normal and it is rough. 

    • Are you Navigating a New "Office" Workspace?
    • Do your office-mates suddenly include your spouse, your children, your roommates, and your pets?
    • Are you feeling lonely and isolated?
    • Are you charged with helping others establish control and ensure productively in a time of uncertainty? 
    Join us for this roundtable discussion on how to navigate working from home....with everyone else.

    This Thursday, March 26th at 10 am PT / 1 pm ET
    or
    Wednesday April 22nd at 10 am PT / 1 pm ET

    Register Here


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