It’s here! The list of presenters for ATD’s New England Area Conference “DisrupTD: For the New World of Work” March 30 and 31 in Chelmsford, MA. We are so excited to hear so many great people speak! And we’re proud to say a lot of them are friends and partners of AXIOM!
Here are the 5 Tracks that will run throughout the day. There’s something for everyone!
- Instructional Design
- Innovation & Change
- Talent Development
Want a peek into some of the sessions and presenters within the tracks? Here are a few you might be interested in.
- Disrupt the Talent Development Mindset of your Managers (by Gus Murby & AXIOM friend and partner Jamie Millard! Definitely stop by this one, you won’t be disappointed!)
- Design Disrupted: Innovate & Reignite Your Learning Program (by Stephanie Simon)
- Disrupting Leadership: The Impact of Millennials (by another AXIOM friend and partner Karen Hinds!)
- Create & Sustain Professional Development in the Workplace (by Katie Vaillancourt & Jennifer Turgeon)
This is just a taste, visit the NEAC site for full details.
Don’t forget, it’s not all about the sessions, sometimes we all need a little networking and socializing break. You can learn a lot from your fellow L & D colleagues at some of the events during the breaks.
AXIOM is a Silver Sponsor so we’ll have a booth in the main conference room; stop by and chat! Need a sweet treat to get you through the day? Join us at the Ice Cream Social, sponsored by AXIOM. Come get your favorite ice cream bar at 3 pm and say hello!
Too cold for ice cream? We get it, it is winter…. Then maybe popcorn is more your thing? Grab your bag of freshly popped popcorn courtesy of AXIOM, as well.
Don’t miss us at the Pre-Conference Networking and Cocktail reception Thursday night, too. As you can see we’re really looking forward to this event. Along with many great sessions, networking with like-minded learning professionals and hearing great new ideas in our field, we’re especially looking forward to the keynote speaker, Donald H. Taylor, the 2007 Recipient of the Colin Corder Award for Services to Training.
Hope to see you there!
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