Upcoming events

    • 22 Oct 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (EDT)
    • Marcum 10 Melville Park Road. Melville, NY 11747
    Register

    Teams that work! 5 Behaviors EVERY one of your teams need to succeed!

    Presenter: Kiki Orski 






    Tuesday, October 22nd , 2019  6PM

    Location: Marcum 10 Melville Park Road. Melville, NY 11747

    This session introduces the five key components for any team that wants to achieve outstanding outcomes. This simple framework, based on the international best-selling work of Patrick Lencioni, when implemented consistently, can help every team:

     Make faster, better decisions

     Tap into the skills and opinions of all team members which dramatically improves employee engagement

     Notice the wasted time and energy spent focusing on politics, confusion, and destructive conflict and then move them in a positive direction

     Focus only on important issues and stop revisiting the same topics repeatedly because of a lack of buy-in which causes performance improvement initiatives to stall and die

     Create exceptional and sustainable, departmental outcomes

     

    About Kiki Orski  

    Kiki Orski is an experienced Performance Improvement Consultant with over 20 years of coaching and training leaders to achieve great results by improving workplace relationships. Kiki coaches leaders on how to work more effectively with their leadership teams, their employees and their clients to improve productivity, engagement and ultimately profits. Her company, Peak Performance Consulting is dedicated to helping organizations develop the interpersonal, leadership and client service skills needed to be an Organization of Choice.Exceptional performance at every level of the organization is the goal.

    Kiki, as an organizational coach and trainer, has focused her energies on the people side of business. The guiding theory and principles of Emotional Intelligence, Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team and her certification as a “Results Systems” Coach, help provide a solid leadership foundation for all clients in her practice. Her primary goal is to ensure the work and learning that is done is truly sustainable and achieves outstanding outcomes. Peak Performance has a client list that spans healthcare, pharmaceuticals, travel, banking and engineering firms.


      Regards,                                                                        

       Your ATD LI Board

     

                                                      
       
     
     
    • 29 Oct 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Virtual Event
    Register

    Being a Great Leader Outside of Your Mind 

    Presenter: John Baldino


    Tuesday, October 29th, 2019 at 12PM

    Location: Virtual (Registrants receive access info via email)

    Being a Great Leader Outside of Your Mind

     

    If you ask tenured managers if they think they’re a good leader, most will answer affirmatively.  If you ask the staff they manage, you might hear a different answer.  Why do we wear rose-colored glasses in our minds regarding our ability to lead?

    In this webinar, we’ll tackle the contributing factors that blind managers to their ability to lead effectively.  Leadership development is heavily contingent on honest assessment, both external and internal.  We will work through the criteria that should appear on both assessments and how that is meant to chart a path for learning and development.


    About John Baldino, Humareso

    John Baldino is an SPHR, SHRM-SCP certified professional with 25+ years of HR experience - strategic planning, organizational development, coaching, leadership development, training, curriculum development, compensation analyses, employee relations, policies & procedures, business development, payroll & benefits administration.

    John founded Humareso to strategize with companies to develop plans to manage talent, recruit for skills gaps based on employee inventories, assess markets for growth, develop long-range succession plans and influence a culture of enthusiastic buy-in.  Humareso provides outsourced human resource services, including its flagship HRO plan, which helps businesses save money, increase productivity and reduce legal risks by providing dedicated HR consulting for compliance, training, performance management, employee relations, workplace management, discipline and other important HR best practices.

    Humareso handles all facets of employee engagement and business development, providing strategic direction to help employers manage talent, recruit for skills gaps, assess markets for growth, assess competition, increase employee performance, develop long-range succession plans and influence an enthusiastic, innovative culture.


    Regards,                                                                        

    Your ATD LI Board                                      

    • 13 Nov 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (EST)
    • Marcum 10 Melville Park Road. Melville, NY 11747
    Register

    Career Transitions Panel 

    Panelists: 

    Michael D'Amico


    Gemini Performance Solutions

     


    Trillium Fox 

    Grilled Cheese Coaching 


    Gary O'Connor

    Your Part-Time HR Manager 


    Wednesday, November 13th , 2019  6PM

    Location: Marcum 10 Melville Park Road. Melville, NY 11747

    Are you new to ATD Long Island? Are you currently looking to find your way in a human capital/human resources/talent development career? Then this is the event for you! This event is ideal for those in transition or looking to develop their careers in talent development. Our panelists will review best practices and techniques for finding a new job or figuring out what your next job will be.  

     About Michael D'Amico

    During a 35 year career with UPS Michael held leadership positions in customer service, operations, sales management and training.  His career took him on assignments in several states and Italy.  After leaving UPS, Michael formed Gemini Performance Solutions and began facilitating training and providing coaching across numerous industries, including transportation, education, manufacturing, financial, government and distribution, as well as not-for-profit organizations. 

    Michael’s areas of expertise are individual and team coaching, facilitation, leadership development, change management, talent management, career development, sales strategies, behavioral and motivational interviewing.

    Michael holds a BS in Business Management from St. Peter’s College, Jersey City, NJ, and a Certificate in Training from New York University’s (NYU) School of Professional Studies (SPS).  In addition, he completed the Foundations of Coaching course at NYU’s SPS.  Michael is also a member of the Association for Talent Development  (National) and the New York City Chapter (ATDNYC), having served four years on the NYC board in the roles of marketing, membership and operations.

    About Trillium Fox 

    Trillium is driven by the passion for working with leaders looking to grow into their role authentically, helping individuals find purpose and greater satisfaction in a career, and facilitating team success.

    Prior to founding the Grilled Cheese Coaching Co., Trillium gained 15 years of experience in different roles across corporate America and spent the majority of that time as a leader in the HR and Talent Development fields.  Trillium is grateful for having had the opportunity to work with individuals, executives, and teams across different organizational and experience levels and industries. As a certified coaching expert, she is trained in the Core Energy Coaching™ methodology which focuses on the root (or “core”) of a challenge and shifts the underlying energy that feeds our thoughts, emotions, words, actions and, ultimately, life experience.  Trillium understands what it takes to enhance self-awareness and further develop strengths, while helping to increase effectiveness in ways that positively impact employee engagement metrics, and ultimately an organization’s financial success.

    Trillium also dedicates her time to furthering the coaching and HR practices as a board member on her local ICF (International Coaching Federation) chapter, and an adjunct professor for the MS Human Resource Management program at SUNY Stony Brook.

    Trillium believes that as humans, we never stop growing, and is a dedicated learner herself as evidenced by a BS in Business Administration, MS in Human Resource Management, certifications in MBTI, NBI, DiSC, Hogan, Energy Leadership Index (ELI) Master Practitioner, Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP), and International Coach Federation (ICF) Credentialed Associate Certified Coach (ACC).


    About Gary O'Connor

    Gary’s industry experience has included talent/career management consulting, healthcare, hospitality, education and working with multi-state organizations. His record of achievement is broad-based, stressing financial management, problem solving, dispute resolution, and proactive leadership.

    As the Managing Partner for the Metro NY office of Your Part-Time HR Manager, LLC,  a national human resources consulting group, Gary is responsible for the design and implementation of sound human resources strategies and practices to clients. Gary holds a Master’s Degree in Counseling Education/Community Mental Health and advanced certification in Educational Leadership/Administration and Business from Long Island University.

    Additionally, Gary is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Board Certified Executive Coach and holds the certification designations as a Senior Professional in Human Resources and Society for Human Resources Management - Senior Certified Professional in Human Resources. Gary also runs the Careers in Transition Human Resources Special Interest Group in Long Island 


      Regards,                                                                        

       Your ATD LI Board

     

                                                      
       
     
     
    • 20 Nov 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EST)
    • Virtual Event
    Register

    Crafting the Mind: 7 Ways to Uncover Hidden Talent

    Presenter: Ranjit Nair, PhD. , Potluck Culture Solutions 




    Wednesday, November 20th, 2019 at 12PM

    Location: Virtual (Registrants receive access info via email)

    Crafting the Mind: 7 Ways to Uncover Hidden Talent

    This webinar will cover how you can uncover your hidden potential and the relationship between talent and skills. Uncovering hidden potential in your experience, education, behavior, motivators, and EQ can allow for greater self-understanding as well as improved work performance. 

    In this webinar Dr. Nair will: 

    1) Illustrate a simple road map for discovering talent

    2) Show participants a simple way to identify potential 

    3) Show participants how to develop their talent pool. 


    About Ranjit Nair, Potluck Culture 

    Dr. Ranjit Nair is a leadership, people, and talent management expert, executive coach, facilitator, consultant, educator, speaker and author. Dr. Nair has advised leaders as well as emerging leaders to be the best versions of themselves and impact their worlds in meaningful ways. He also helps company influencers build and implement winning people-focused high-performance company cultures. As a speaker, Dr. Nair has an uncanny ability to connect with audiences through dynamic, entertaining, and engaging presence through storytelling. Dr. Nair is well-versed in multiple cultures and languages. He published the award-winning book, Potluck Culture: Five strategies to engage the modern workplace which explores the keys to unlocking employee engagement and driving financial success through people-first company cultures. 

    In addition to being a respected strategic advisor, Dr. Nair is known for his unique blend of creative and systematic thinking, versatility, and practical optimism. He is a former Chief Human Resources Officer and has worked at some of the most respected global companies including Bank of America, Honeywell, Becton Dickinson, PriceWaterhouseCoopers and Globalfoundries.  He has deep expertise in helping companies transform effectively, unleash market value, drive innovation, and enhance productivity. Dr. Nair is also the CEO of Potluck Culture Solutions – a leadership and performance consultancy. He also runs a youth leadership camp called MindCraft Institute – an innovative concept that helps emerging talent discover themselves, find the right college majors, excel in their chosen vocations, and build personal brands to change their worlds. 

    Dr. Nair has been a Faculty member at Baruch College-City University of New York since 2017 and previously was Assistant Professor of Management and MBA Capstone Coordinator at St. Edward’s University in Austin, TX.  He speaks Cantonese, Mandarin, Hindi, Malayalam and French and is a frequent writer on management topics for HR.com, Strategy Magazine, and AllBusiness.com.  He is an authorized partner at EverythingDiSC – A Wiley Company. Dr. Nair received his doctorate in Organization and Management from Capella University, MBA from Golden Gate University, and his undergraduate degree in Accounting from California State University, Sacramento. He also hold a certificate in Strategic Human Resource Management from Harvard University.


    Regards,                                                                        

    Your ATD LI Board                                      

    • 05 Dec 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (EST)
    • Marcum 10 Melville Park Road. Melville, NY 11747
    Register


    Employee Experience Panel 

    Panelists 



    Maria Jackson, BNB Bank 

     

    Casey Lynch, Northwell Health 



    Andrew Martins, Altice


    Gregory Moise, Phd, KPMG 

    Thursday, December 5th , 2019  6PM

    Location: Marcum 10 Melville Park Road. Melville, NY 11747

    Employee experience is one of the latest buzzwords in the world of talent management. Employee Experience” has become a catch all phrase for everything in talent. Many programs (employee engagement, diversity and inclusion, leadership development, performance management) are a part of the employee experience. As a talent development professional it might be hard to navigate the new world of employee experience. Our panelists will discuss their organizations' efforts in employee experience and discuss how their programs affect the experiences of employees.  

    About Maria Jackson 

    Maria is an accomplished organization and talent development change enabler and Results Certified coach with over two decades of success across multiple industries. She has worked with leaders and groups throughout the employee life cycle to accelerate individual, team and company growth. She is known as a strategic thinker, influencer and passionate partner with extensive background in designing, developing, deploying, measuring and evolving integrated talent management solutions. She recently joined BNB Bank in a newly created position as their VP, Director of Talent Development.

    Maria is a life-long learner as demonstrated by her continuous desire to grow her knowledge and skills. She holds a BA in Education, a MS in Instructional Technology, certifications in Myer’s-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), Neethling Brain Instrument (NBI) Hogan, DISC, Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), SHRM Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP), Leadership Development & Succession Strategist (LDSS) and is a Reiki II practitioner. She is also working toward her ICF ACC coaching credential and looks to have that completed by the end of the year.

    Maria loves to give back to the community and volunteers her coaching services at the Community Growth Center and shares Reiki in various forums. She also serves as the Treasurer and Director of Corporate Compliance for the International Coach Federation Long Island Chapter (ICF-LI). She has lived on long Island her entire life and enjoys listening to books (Audible is her new favorite app), traveling and spending time outdoors with her husband, two sons and their dog. You can connect with Maria on LinkedIn.

    About Casey Lynch

    Casey Lynch is the Program Manager for the Employee Experience team at Northwell Health. In the beginning of her career, Casey rotated through multiple HR functions over the course of her first three years where she gained a deep appreciation for the role human resources plays in the success of an organization. After her three year rotation, Casey was a key member of the team that developed and implemented the organization’s Employee Value Proposition. This work helped shape Casey’s passion for culture work and the notion of leading with empathy, compassion and a bit of humor, to drive organizational performance.

    About Andrew Martins 

    Andrew Martins M.S. is a Talent Agent at Altice USA; brands include Cheddar, News 12, I24 News, Altice Mobile, Suddenlink, and Optimum Cable. As a Talent Agent, Andrew is responsible for enterprise wide leadership development, and their emerging talent rotation program. His professional interest includes coaching for success, future proofing, and creating creative, fun, engaging, and practical talent solutions. Prior to Altice USA, Andrew worked in similar compacity at PepsiCo focusing on talent management and succession planning for PepsiCo’s R&D, eCommerce, and Finance functions. Andrew also worked at Aon Hewitt conducting external assessment for Bank of America, Darden Restaurants and McDonald's Corporation.

    About Gregory Moise, PhD. 

    Gregory Moise Ph.D. is currently at KPMG working as a Manager on the Organizational Effectiveness team. In this role, Greg supports firm leaders by providing them with insights from the firm’s engagement surveys, and by helping them assess how well their organization’s talent, structure, and processes align with their strategic objectives. Additionally, Greg manages the firm’s Upward Feedback process, which is designed to provide managers with insights around their leadership effectiveness. Previously Greg worked in similar roles at JP Morgan Chase & Co and Daymon Worldwide Inc, and has also worked in external consulting capacities, specifically as a Management Consultant at E. Rogers Associates, Inc. and as an Assessment Center Analyst at BTS. Greg holds a Ph.D. in Organizational Psychology and his current areas of research interest include leadership development and team performance.


      Regards,                                                                        

       Your ATD LI Board

     

                                                      
       
     
     

Past events

17 Oct 2019 Disrupt HR Long Island 5.0
02 Oct 2019 9th Mid NJ ATD Technology Showcase
26 Sep 2019 Decoding Human Behavior
22 Aug 2019 ATD LI 2019 Summer Social Sponsored by Crestcom
13 Jun 2019 How to Demonstrate the ROI of your D&I Program
04 Jun 2019 How to Show Evidence of Learning Impact
15 May 2019 Disrupt HR Long Island 4.0
10 May 2019 Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace
09 May 2019 Career Journey Open Mic Night
07 May 2019 Deliver Feedback as a Gift People Actually Want to Receive
17 Apr 2019 Book Launch: Confessions of a Corporate Trainer
11 Apr 2019 Engage Your Employees to Increase Productivity & Profit
29 Mar 2019 “Diversity is being invited to the party; Inclusion is being asked to dance."
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
© ATD Long Island
Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software