The Learning & Development Profession

 

At TrainingPros, we’re fortunate to be able to connect with learning leaders across the country and talk about the issues, opportunities, and best practices they are facing in today’s challenging business climate.

The Learning & Development Profession

Margaret Clarkson stopped by our booth at ATD ICE 2017 to talk about ATD NYC and professional development.

TrainingPros consultants Alicia Mintz, Elise Santana, and Trish Thorne stopped by our Atlanta studio as part of Consultant Appreciation Month to discuss the benefits and challenges of being an L&D consultant.

ATD Dallas President Mike Thompson stopped by ATD ICE 2017 to discuss professional development.

Elise Margol with Accelerated Business Results visited our Atlanta studio to discuss her insights and observations on how the field of instructional design has changed and grown through the last 20+ years.

Training Magazine's 2014 Emerging Award Winner Theda Riggins-Crawford stopped by our Atlanta studio to discuss Fiserv's global implementation of the Oz Principle.

In our Dallas satellite office, Jon Briggs with Nationstar Mortgage discussed the learning & development profession within the financial services industry.

Liberty Mutual's Dan Twombly stopped by our Boston studio to discuss the L&D profession.

Adam Yasneski, representing both Transamerica and ATD Maryland, sat down in our metro DC satellite office to discuss the L&D profession and the critical skill sets required.

Wayne Zitsch from SunTrust discussed scoping L&D projects and other elements of the L&D profession at Training 2015.

Ed Bell from EMC stopped by our remote Boston studio to discuss L&D trends.

Diana Rivenburgh from Seniorlink discussed the importance of a shared-value culture and other elements of the L&D profession at Learning Insights Boston.

Molly Heilmann from Berkeley Training discussed managing contract resources at and other elements of the L&D profession at ASTD ICE 2014.

David Hofstetter from New England Organ Bank and ATD Central Mass discussed how small companies can be resourceful with its L&D resources and other elements of the L&D profession at Learning Insights Boston.

Larry Israelite from Smarterer discussed the transitioning from an enterprise learning organization to a start-up at our Learning Insights studio in Boston.

Maria Leggett from Time Warner Cable discussed the L&D profession at ASTD ICE 2014.

Geoff Parker discussed the importance of providing 'light bulb moments' and other elements of the L&D profession at ASTD ICE 2014.

Benjamin Alcid from MetLife discussed the importance of aligning training objectives when working with a global training audience and other elements of the L&D profession at ASTD ICE 2013.

Amber Aziza from Check Into Cash discussed the effect higher education is having on the L&D profession at ASTD ICE 2013.

Amy Dinning from Saint-Gobain discussed leadership development, 360 assessments and other elements of the L&D profession at ASTD ICE 2013.

The need for a learning transformation for L&D professionals and other aspects of the L&D profession were among the topics discussed by Richard Sites from Allen Interactions and Trish Uhl from Owl's Ledge at ASTD ICE 2013.

Doug Dell from Crawford & Co. and Keith Winkleman from Lam Research Corporation discussed how and where to use eLearnng and other aspects of the L&D profession at Training 2012.

Dave Basarab from Vale Learning discussed the importance of being inventive in their jobs and other elements of the L&D profession at Training 2012.

Jill Johns discussed ways to stay ahead of the L&D curve at Training 2012.

Kevin Lane from GE Energy and Diana Rivenburgh discussed the importance of networking with L&D professionals at Training 2012.

Mary Slaughter from SunTrust discussed the value of informal learning and other elements of the L&D profession at Training 2012.