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    • 29 Mar 2019
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (EDT)
    • Virtual Event
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    “Diversity is being invited to the party;

    Inclusion is being asked to dance."

    Presenter: Anthony Paradiso, MS, SHRM-CP 


    Industrial U.I. Services logo

    Friday, March 29th, 2019 at 1PM

    Location: Virtual (Registrants receive access info via email)

    “Diversity is being invited to the party; Inclusion is being asked to dance” coined by Vernā Meyers, Esq., a nationally recognized expert on diversity and inclusion, demonstrates the necessity for us not to look at diversity as a one and done solution to meet an organization’s diversity goals...it’s so much more than that. Inclusion takes that diversity and mixes it all together drawing out the uniqueness everyone brings to an organization, lifting up its employees and successfully moving the organization forward towards social and financial success. Join us as we explore unconscious bias – discussing what it is; how we address it in our everyday lives and how we can address it in our workplaces & in recruiting.

    Learning objectives: 

    1. To discuss & understand the famous quote by Vernā Myers (a D & I expert), “Diversity is being invited to the party; inclusion is being asked to dance.”
    2. To better understand the concept of unconscious bias and how biases have an impact in recruitment.
    3. To realize we all have biases, own our own activity & commit to action.

    About Anthony Paradiso

    Anthony Paradiso has over 10 years of HR leader experience, especially in the areas of employee relations, diversity & inclusion, account management, and customer service. He works for Industrial U.I., who specializes in employee relations/unemployment insurance cost control. Anthony is the Director of Diversity & Inclusion for the Garden State Council-SHRM (GSC-SHRM) & the Director of Diversity & Inclusion with the North Jersey-Rockland SHRM chapter. He has given a number of presentations about employee relations, D & I and unconscious bias, including facilitating the privilege walk. Additionally, Anthony is a SHRM Blogger/Contributor. He was a special guest on SHRM’s #NextChat twice and is the Bergen County Human Relations Commissioner. He received his BA from Binghamton University and his MS in Human Relations & Business from Amberton University. He is also SHRM-CP Certified. Contact Anthony at aparadiso@live.com, on Twitter @allthingzap, or LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aparadiso/ 


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    Your ATD LI Board                                      

    • 11 Apr 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (EDT)
    • Lloyd Staffing, 445 Broadhollow Rd #119, Melville, NY 11747
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    Engage Your Employees to Increase Productivity & Profit

    Presenter: Lily Benjamin


     Thursday, April 11th, 2019 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM  

    Location: Lloyd Staffing, Melville, NY

    Be part of this dynamic and thought-provoking session, in which Lily Benjamin’s background will inspire the generation of ideas on how to foster a culture of engagement and performance in your own organization. Lily will draw from her own experience on championing and driving enterprise-wide large-scale change management strategies to increase employee engagement, despite inherent and overwhelming challenges of doing more with less in today’s marketplace. During this session, workgroup exercises will focus on the following objectives:
    • Gaining support from C-suite leadership
    • Aligning professional development initiatives with overall business strategies
    • Identifying strategies to increase employee engagement and personalize talent development
    • Sharing best practices in a globally matrixed organization

    According to recent research on the service-profit chain, there is a direct correlation between engagement and profitability. For this reason, focusing on employee engagement is a business imperative and a key to improving business performance. Employee engagement is a hot topic, as it has become understood that value is created by satisfied, loyal, and productive employees. Keeping employees satisfied and retaining top talent is a challenge due to changes in the global marketplace, as organizations have become flatter. There are now more interdependencies all around, both internally and externally.

    Increasing engagement by leveraging the service-profit chain does not happen by chance. Elite CEOs and senior leadership must focus not only on clients but also on strategies of engagement that promote employee commitment and increased organizational performance. Leadership must be strategic and visible, as it is the perception of support that promotes employee loyalty to the success of the company, which leads to positive organizational performance.

    In this session, Lily will draw from her experience in designing and integrating employee engagement strategies, generating significant cost savings, productivity, and organizational performance.

    About Lily Benjamin     

    Currently SVP, Learning & Leadership Development at Bank of America, Lily is a global talent development and organization design executive is responsible for learning, leadership development, diversity & inclusion, organization design & transformation. 

    Sought after for leadership experience championing and driving enterprise-wide talent and change management initiatives aligned with business strategy, to build globally matrixed, multi-site organizations in the medical, financial, and consumer products industries.

    Track record on creating and implementing globally integrated, competency-based talent management strategies and programs (career planning, performance management process, succession planning, and leadership development) to leverage human capital, successfully develop leaders, and manage the talent pipeline globally to meet current and future business needs.

    Effective at designing, implementing, harmonizing and integrating programs, policies, processes, and metrics, to generate significant cost savings, productivity and overall organizational performance, while establishing landmark best practices for future change management needs.

    Strong reputation as an insightful, inclusive and decisive leader, who fosters collaborative partnerships based on trust, inspires multi-cultural teams and builds high performing organizations.

    Areas of expertise: Talent Management and Strategy - Organizational Design & Development - Executive Coaching & Leadership Development - Performance Management – Diversity & Inclusion - Change Management - Succession Planning - Employee Engagement - Business Strategy - Vendor Management - Negotiation & Conflict Resolution


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    Your ATD LI Board

    • 09 May 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (EDT)
    • Henry Schein, 135 Duryea Road (West Building) Melville, NY 11747 (ID REQUIRED TO ENTER)
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    CAREER JOURNEY OPEN MIC NIGHT

    MAY 9TH, 2019

    6PM-8PM

    JOIN US FOR A NIGHT OF PEER LEARNING!

    Are you in transition or trying to fill a critical role on your team with no success? Come hear from L&D peers about the many different career journeys that can lead to success. It might help you think differently about what is next for you. It might help those of us recruiting to think more broadly about who we are looking for. Who knows – there might even be a match waiting to happen!

    Take 5 minutes to tell us about your career journey! Attend the Career Journey Open Mic Night and learn from your fellow ATD LI members’ experiences!


    If you are currently in transition receive 50% off registration. 


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    Your ATD LI Board

    • 10 May 2019
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (EDT)
    • Virtual Event
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    Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace 

    Presenter: Richard A. Mendelson, PhD. 

    Richard A. Mendelson, Ph.D.

    Keiser University logo

    Friday, May 10th, 2019 at 1PM

    Location: Virtual (Registrants receive access info via email)

    The emotional experience of work is often overlooked in today’s professional settings. In an effort to better understand the emotional experiences of leaders and employees, as well as how emotional experiences impact organizational performance, it is important for talent development professionals to deepen their understanding of what emotional intelligence is and how it works.

    Learning objectives: 

    1. Learn about emotional intelligence.
    2. Learn how to apply emotional intelligence within organizations
    3. Learn how the use of emotional intelligence assessment and training can improve organizational performance

    About Richard A. Mendelson

    Dr. Richard A. Mendelson is a Professor in the Graduate Psychology Department at Keiser University. He is a Member of the APA, SIOP, and CREIO (Consortium for Research on Emotional Intelligence in Organizations). His research focuses on emotional intelligence applied to work and educational settings, blending emotional intelligence with artificial intelligence, and he also dabbles in the manner in which emotional intelligence impacts surgical outcomes for chronic

    pain patients. He has published articles about emotional intelligence in peer-reviewed journals, books, and is currently editing a book about emotional intelligence in higher education for Jossey-Bass (scheduled for release, Fall 2019). He has also contributed to popular culture periodicals including Forbes and NewYorker Digital Magazine.


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    Your ATD LI Board                                      

    • 15 May 2019
    • 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM
    • HILTON Melville Savoy Ballroom 598 Broad Hollow Road Melville, NY 11747


    DISRUPT is an information exchange designed to energize, inform and empower people in the HR field.

    Once in a while an event series is born that shakes things up, it makes you think differently, it leaves you inspired. That event is DisruptHR.

    14 speakers, 5 minutes each, and slides rotate every 15 seconds. Teach us something, but make it quick.

    If you’re an HR professional, a CEO, a technologist, a community leader – and you’ve got something to say about talent, culture or technology – Disrupt is the place. It’s coming soon to a city near you.


    ATD LI members can register with a $10 discount using the code ATDLI4 

    *Discount not applicable for early bird tickets.

Past events

20 Mar 2019 LLoyd Leadership Learning series: The Connection Between Cultural Transformation and Strategic Talent Acquisition.
08 Mar 2019 Annual Teaching & Learning Colloquium Stony Brook University
07 Mar 2019 Effective and Trustworthy Leaders: Fantasy or Reality?
21 Feb 2019 Performance Management Panel Hofstra University Student SIG
07 Feb 2019 Disrupt HR Long Island 3.0
24 Jan 2019 Coaching Through Problems
17 Jan 2019 ATDLI Winter 2019 Social
06 Dec 2018 Coaching and Talent Development: Joint ATD LI & ICF LI Dinner and Panel Discussion
27 Nov 2018 Industrial/Organizational Psychology Career & Internship Fair
06 Nov 2018 Presentation Skills Executive Learning Session with Pinnacle Performance
26 Oct 2018 Why is Performance Feedback SO Difficult, Ineffective and Infrequent?
17 Oct 2018 Moodle Anyone? :) Case Study: Implementing a Moodle-Based LMS
11 Oct 2018 Disrupt HR Long Island 2.0
20 Sep 2018 Wowing Workers with Words: Writing to Drive Employee Engagement
13 Sep 2018 Building Stronger Teams For Predictable Results
16 Aug 2018 ATD LI 2018 Summer Social
14 Jun 2018 Virtual Role-Play Practice and Feedback to Develop Performance Management Skills
12 Jun 2018 Transitioning to Agile? Training Saves the Day
07 Jun 2018 Creating a Marketing Plan for Your Employee Training Program
06 Jun 2018 ATD LI 2018 Board Meeting
06 Jun 2018 Blanchard’s Servant Leadership Live! ***Not A Standard ATD-LI Meeting***
30 May 2018 Making the Case for Learning
17 May 2018 Panel: Learning Leaders of Long Island
11 May 2018 Hudson-Mohawk ATD 2018 Talent Development Summit
19 Apr 2018 Collaborative Problem Solving Event
22 Mar 2018 Moving Employees From Compliant to Committed: Creating a Culture of Ownership in Your Company
15 Feb 2018 Building A Collaborative Workplace Culture
18 Jan 2018 ATDLI Winter 2018 Social
18 Jan 2018 Building a Collaborative Culture
07 Dec 2017 Learning How to Stop the Derailment of Leaders: Using Personality Assessments to Coach Leaders
06 Nov 2017 ATD LI Student SIG event: Networking Skills Workshop
02 Nov 2017 Influencing stakeholders: How to sell your ideas through the organization
23 Oct 2017 ATD HEALTHCARE SUMMIT 2017
20 Oct 2017 H1440: Finding a Pathway to a Successful Career and Life in The 21st Century
20 Oct 2017 H1441: 21st Century Leadership: Transitioning from Traditional Management to Leadership
19 Oct 2017 Eliminate the Frustration From Your Conversations
12 Oct 2017 ATD NYC and ATD LI Joint Fall Networking Event
06 Oct 2017 Network with New York Organizational Psychology Student Association
28 Sep 2017 Business Fundamentals Bootcamp with Lisa Pomeranz
25 Sep 2017 ATD LI Student SIG event: Executive Coaching with Scott Gingold
14 Sep 2017 Blended learning – A case study on how to Improve learner engagement and productivity while reducing cost
10 Aug 2017 ATDLI 2017 Summer Social
13 Jun 2017 Effective Employee Engagement to Achieve Workplace Excellence
08 Jun 2017 Round Table Discussion: Diversity and Inclusion
11 May 2017 Employee Engagement: Science & Practice
06 Apr 2017 The Social Leader: Redefining Leadership for the Complex Social Age.
09 Mar 2017 Implementing Gamification In Your Training Program
15 Feb 2017 Lightning Rounds of Learning: February ATD LI Meeting
12 Jan 2017 ATDLI Winter 2017 Social
08 Dec 2016 Emotional Intelligence
10 Nov 2016 Agile Technology & Learning Design
19 Oct 2016 Learning and Innovation - Stories from Around the World
15 Sep 2016 Succession Planning for Organizational Success
04 Aug 2016 ATDLI 2016 Summer Social
16 Jun 2016 ATD LI & Dale Carnegie Present: Engaging Activities for Live Online Training, Meetings, and Webinars
19 May 2016 Building Strong Leadership Teams -- What Works and What Doesn't
18 May 2016 Special Webinar - FREE ATD-ICE Presentation Preview: Adaptive Learning: Unleashing the Holy Grail of Deep Learning Measurement
21 Apr 2016 Show Me the Money (obtaining NYS Training Funds for Your Organization)
31 Mar 2016 Identify, Develop & Retain Your Workforce through Mentoring
25 Feb 2016 Increasing Engagement in Compliance Training
21 Jan 2016 ATDLI Winter 2016 Social
16 Dec 2015 Learning Panel Discussion: December ATD LI Meeting
12 Nov 2015 November ATD LI Meeting
21 Oct 2015 October ATD LI Meeting
30 Sep 2015 September ATD LI Meeting
29 Jul 2015 ATDLI Summer Social
10 Jun 2015 Creative Problem Solving
13 May 2015 Using Assessments in Training & Talent Development
15 Apr 2015 How to Make Time Work for You and Your Family
18 Mar 2015 Choosing and Implementing a Learning Management System
24 Feb 2015 Developing Talent Along the Introvert-Extrovert Continuum
21 Jan 2015 The Games Trainers Play: Learning and Play in Training and Development
17 Dec 2014 An Evening of ADDIE, Networking and Best Practice Sharing
19 Nov 2014 Gender Differences in the Workplace
15 Oct 2014 After the Course: Extending Learning into the Workplace
18 Sep 2014 Coaching and Communication for Training Commitment
25 Jun 2014 Making Learning Stick and A(S)TD Re-Branding Discussion
23 Apr 2014 Storytelling for Leaders and Training Professionals
26 Mar 2014 Leading From a Distance: Tips and Guidelines for High Impact Virtual Leadership
26 Feb 2014 Creating and Delivering Training and Programs That Entertain, Educate and Excite
15 Jan 2014 Social Media and Social Learning for Learning Professionals
17 Dec 2013 Collaborative E-Learning for Performance
20 Nov 2013 Maximizing the Employee Life Cycle Through Metrics
15 Oct 2013 CA Technologies: Leading the way with On-Demand Learning
18 Sep 2013 Past, Present and Future of Mobile Learning
18 Jun 2013 Show Your Work
15 May 2013 Converting Classroom Training to Instructor Led Virtual Learning
16 Apr 2013 Tips to Getting Published to Advance In Your Career
19 Mar 2013 Redefining Training Excellence: The New ASTD Competency Model
15 Jan 2013 No Excuses: No Matter What Your Boss or Life Throws at You
11 Dec 2012 Member Appreciation Night
16 Oct 2012 The Truth About Training Evaluation
13 Sep 2012 ASTD Long Island Monthly Chapter Meeting
21 Jun 2012 Reinforcement Based Training: What It Is and How It Can Affect Your Company’s ROI
18 Apr 2012 ASTD Long Island Monthly Chapter Meeting
21 Mar 2012 Best Practices in Creating Effective and Engaging E-Learning for All Ages
08 Feb 2012 Blended Learning
20 Dec 2011 Holiday Gathering - Member Appreciation Night
16 Nov 2011 “Speak with Poise, Passion, and Persuasive Power”
19 Oct 2011 The Journey of the Corporate New Hire Program at CA Technologies
27 Sep 2011 ASTD Long Island Monthly Professional Development Meeting
21 Sep 2011 ASTD and SHRM Joint Meeting
13 Jul 2011 #ASTDChapters Twitter Chat
22 Jun 2011 Self Service Learning Content Development - Enablement
18 May 2011 Integrating Games and Simulations into Live Learning Environments
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