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    • 21 Nov 2019
    • 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Brooklake Country Club, 139 Brooklake Road, Florham Park, NJ 07932

    Executive Round Table
    Thursday, November 21, 2019 | 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM

    https://nnjatd.wildapricot.org/event-3579906





    • 21 Nov 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA) office, 100 Village Blvd, Suite 200, Princeton NJ 08540
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    Topic: Growth Mindset vs Fixed Mindset

    Click on video for more on the topic.

    For more information, contact event organizers Rich McLaughlin.



    • 12 Dec 2019
    • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Michael's Restaurant - 935 Old Lincoln Hwy, Morrisville, PA 19067
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    Join the Mid New Jersey Chapter of ATD and Learning & Development Professionals of Greater Philadelphia for a combined event to close out a fantastic year of programming!

    We’re trying something new for this evening. With “Table Topics,” attendees will form groups and rotate among tables where our guest speakers will share insights, trends, and tools on important talent management topics. After a few minutes of discussion, groups will move to the next table. After six 10-minute rounds, attendees can move to the table of their choice or remain where they are for the duration. Our goal is to create an informal and fun atmosphere while generating some lively conversation and, of course, networking!

    Our lineup includes:

    • Conversational Intelligence - Ken Blackwell - (CEO, Inklaritas)
    • Executive Coaching - Jeanette Iglesias - (Executive & Leadership Coach, Lee Hecht Harrison)
    • Mindful Leadership - Due Quach - (CEO, Calm Clartiy)
    • Succession Planning - Betsy Wallace - (Principal, Wallace Consulting)
    • Leadership Assessments - Alex Winnicker (Principal, Winning Consultations)

    A dinner buffet with refreshments is included.


    Ken Blackwell
    CEO, InklaritasExecutive & Leadership Coach, Lee Hecht Harrison


    Ken brings over 25 years of experience as a certified coach and trainer to his signature practice of “rescuing Accidental Leaders and Dysfunctional Teams”. By enabling them to connect, communicate and collaborate more effectively, they form stronger, more resilient individual relationships, which in turn enables them to build stronger, more productive organizations.

    As CEO of InKlaritas, a Princeton-based leadership and team development practice, Ken works with a diverse mix of US and international companies across a wide range of industries. Clients experience Ken as centered, engaged, and optimistic; at the same time, his work is grounded,

    realistic, and practical. He creates an open, inclusive environment that makes it safe for participants to tackle difficult issues that may be outside their comfort zone. Ken approaches even the most difficult situations with good humor and a smile. Whether he is working with individual contributors

    and front-line supervisors or members of the C-Suite, he tailors his approach to their specific needs rather than applying a “one size fits all” mindset.

    A pioneer in the 360 Degree Feedback process, Ken has coached hundreds of senior executives in bridging performance gaps so they can create long-term success for themselves and for their organizations.

    Ken continues to be part of the leading edge of the personal and professional development profession. Ken is one of a few consultants worldwide to be Certified in Conversational Intelligence® (C-IQ), a revolutionary methodology that leverages the power of neuroscience to

    elevate performance and create lasting change for individuals, teams and entire organizations. He is also an Everything DiSC® Certified Trainer and a Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team TM Accredited Facilitator.

    Ken is an active member of the Princeton Mercer Chamber of Commerce, the Philadelphia Society for People and Strategy (PSPS), and is Chair of the Princeton Executives subgroup of Beacon – Networking for Life. Ken also serves on several non-profit boards such as Mercer Street Friends,

    Learning & Development Professionals of Greater Philadelphia, National Speakers Association’s Philadelphia Chapter, and is Past-President of the Board of Directors for the Friends Camp Association of Pennsylvania. Ken is a sought-after speaker and has presented at a variety of organizations and many corporate conferences. He has appeared as a guest on Comcast Network’s Money Matters and ABC's Good Morning America. Ken is also the host of the “Insight at Work with Ken Blackwell” podcast.

    Jeanette Iglesias
    Executive & Leadership Coach, Lee Hecht Harrison


    Jeanette is a diverse international coach with expertise as an executive leadership coach and corporate executive. She is an ICF certified, Professional Certified Coach, (PCC); working with clients in the US, Middle

    East, and Europe. Before coaching, she spent nearly 20 years as a Marketing Operations Executive, overseeing multimillion dollar contracts, digital technology implementations, creative expense management and finance, production and coaching

    teams to operational excellence. Jeanette is known for helping leaders maximize their innate leadership talents to support their individual growth, and drive organizational results. Her coaching spans various industries; she specializes in supporting

    marketing, creative, pharmaceutical and finance leaders, particularly in regards to Social & Emotional Intelligence. Jeanette is also fluent in Spanish and passionate about diversity and inclusion.

    Due Quach
    CEO, Calm Clarity


    Due Quach (pronounced ‘Zway Kwok’) is the author of Calm Clarity: How to Use Science to Rewire Your Brain for Greater Wisdom, Fulfillment and Joy, one of Fast Company’s best business books of 2018. She is also the founder and CEO of Calm Clarity, a social enterprise that uses neuroscience and mindfulness to empower people to overcome adversity and develop a mindset for growth, leadership, and resilience, and to guide organizations to address unconscious bias and build a high-performing and inclusive culture. Having started life in poverty as a refugee in inner-city Philadelphia, Due turned to neuroscience to heal the long-term effects of trauma, graduate from Harvard College and the Wharton School of Business, and build a successful international business career in management consulting and private equity investments. To increase socioeconomic inclusion, she founded the Collective Success Network, a nonprofit that supports low-income, first-generation college students to successfully navigate college and enter professional careers. Due’s inspiring story is featured in The Portal, a documentary film about meditation as a portal for transformation (in select theaters November 2019).

    Betsy Wallace
    Principal, Wallace Consulting


    For more than 20 years Betsy has worked with individuals and groups to enhance their individual, team, and organizational effectiveness. During seven years with Merrill Lynch, Betsy managed the Executive Development group for a 15,000-person business unit. Her team designed Succession Planning and development processes to build the bench strength of the top 300 leaders. She was then selected to build two new Human Resource organizations. Leading the annual Succession Planning Review was one of Betsy’s key responsibilities.

    Recently Betsy has been helping nonprofit organizations develop Succession Planning processes. In May Betsy was the keynote speaker at the VolunteerConnect Leadership Forum on Succession Planning.

    With a Master’s degree in Organizational Communication, Betsy’s first love is interpersonal communication skills coaching for executives, leaders, professionals, and students, developing their potential within the context of their organizational and career goals.

    Alex Winnicker
    Principal, Winning Consultations


    Alex, who specializes in Leadership Development and Team-Building, holds vast experience developing, delivering and facilitating large-scale programs to a wide array of individuals, including the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). He has served as a Certified Authorized Everything DiSC® and Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team™ Partner and Trainer since 2016.

    Prior to his current role as a leadership development consultant and trainer, Alex served for 15 years in athletics administration at several NCAA Division III institutions throughout the Mid-Atlantic and New England regions, and more recently as an executive leader in the non-profit sector. In addition, he has presented higher education courses on a broad range of topics ranging from compliance, business and professional communications to human resource management and business ethics. These endeavors, coupled with a master’s degree in organizational communication – with a focus on leadership – have shaped Alex’s approach to leadership coaching and team dynamics.

    A native of Michigan, Alex earned an MA in Organizational Communication from Kean University in New Jersey, and an M.Ed. in Athletic Administration from Endicott College in Massachusetts. He is also a graduate of Penn State University, where he earned a BA, and serves as Director of Programming for the Mid-New Jersey Chapter of the Association for Talent Development (ATD)


    • 19 Dec 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • TBD
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    Topic: Role of "play" in learning, culture and driving innovation

    "Being playful is of huge importance in being innovative. If you go into a culture and there’s a bunch of stiffs walking around, I can guarantee you they are not inventing anything." David Kelly, Founder IDEO

    Join us for this highly interactive session where will explore how getting people to play can positively impact learning, your culture and enabling innovation. We will do some purposeful play exercises and examine what Improv can teach us about teamwork and collaboration.

    For more information, contact event organizers Rich McLaughlin or Kalpana Patel.



    • 03 Apr 2020
    • American Management Association, 1601 Broadway, New York, NY 10019

    Six local chapters of the Association for Talent Development are hosting their first annual conference in Times Square, April of 2020. The chapters include Long Island, NYC, Mid New Jersey, Northern New Jersey, Philadelphia and Eastern Pennsylvania.

    ATD Forte is a one-day event that focuses on the foundational elements that every learning and talent development professional should comprehend. The four key topics are:

    • Learning Technologies
    • Talent Management
    • Leadership Development
    • Learning Design Innovation

    Who Should Attend?

    ATD Forte is an essential event for those who are new to the training field, accidental trainers, or experienced individuals simply looking to professionalize their skills. It's ideal for anyone working in the talent management, professional learning or organizational development space. This conference is focused on providing practical takeaways from the most seasoned learning leaders. See how learning innovation is transforming some of the largest organization in the world and how those lessons learned can be applied in your workplace.

    https://atdforte.org

Past events

06 Nov 2019 Technology SIG Meeting November 2019 (Virtual)
04 Nov 2019 Networking Event - Mid New Jersey ATD
02 Oct 2019 ATD NYC Chapter Networking Event:Bryant Park October Fest
02 Oct 2019 Mid New Jersey ATD - 2019 Technology Showcase
04 Sep 2019 Technology SIG Meeting September 2019
20 Aug 2019 Facilitation & Experiential Learning SIG - August 20, 2019
13 Aug 2019 Joint Chapter Networking Event with Northern New Jersey ATD Chapter
07 Aug 2019 Tech SIG Meeting August 7, 2019
22 Jul 2019 Change Management SIG Kick-Off Meeting - July 2019
10 Jul 2019 Tech SIG Meeting July 2019
05 Jun 2019 June Technology SIG
21 May 2019 "Meetup" at ATD ICE 2019 in Washington DC!
07 May 2019 Trends of the Industry
01 May 2019 Technology SIG
09 Apr 2019 Networking Event - Mid New Jersey ATD
19 Feb 2019 C-Suite Secrets: Getting to "Yes"at Your Next Executive Level Presentation
10 Dec 2018 December Social
14 Nov 2018 Networking and Whitespace Event: Change Management in the Workplace, get help with YOUR current challenges!
13 Sep 2018 Boost Your Impact: Create Higher Engagement by Training "Outside the Box" Thru Experiential Learning
12 Sep 2018 Articulate Storyline 3 for Beginners
14 Aug 2018 Joint Chapter Networking Event
15 Jun 2018 Client/Supplier Relationships: Win-Win Strategies that Work!
16 May 2018 Articulate Storyline for Beginners
17 Apr 2018 Mid New Jersey ATD - 2018 Technology Showcase
06 Mar 2018 Trends of the Industry- Panel Discussion Event
23 Jan 2018 New Year Networking and Talk about Technology
02 Dec 2017 Mid New Jersey ATD - December Luncheon
14 Sep 2017 Mid New Jersey ATD Networking Event
17 Aug 2017 Northern New Jersey and Mid New Jersey ATD - Joint Chapter Networking Event
04 Apr 2017 An Evening with Andrea Proccacino - Vice President & Chief Learning Officer at New York-Presbyterian Hospital (NYP)
30 Jan 2017 New Year / New Relationships
18 Nov 2016 Pricing Your Services Webinar
26 Oct 2016 The Essentials of Story: Using the Power of Storytelling to Engage, Enrich, and Influence Others
24 Aug 2016 Northern New Jersey ATD & Mid New Jersey ATD Joint Chapter Event
07 Jun 2016 Trends in Management & Leadership Development
07 Apr 2016 NNJ ATD Sponsored Event: Mastering Storytelling for Maximum Impact.
24 Mar 2016 2016 Kick Off Meeting
15 Oct 2015 What is YOUR pressing Talent Development Challenge?
26 Aug 2015 Northern New Jersey ATD & Mid New Jersey ATD Joint Networking Event
19 Mar 2015 Networking Meeting and Elections
17 Feb 2015 Lunch and Learn: Mobile Learning
26 Aug 2014 Mid NJ and NNJ Joint Networking Event
10 Jun 2014 Wisdom for Balance, Resilience, Leadership & Change
13 May 2014 The Human Touch: When Emails and Texts Aren't Enough
09 Apr 2014 New Learning Technologies for 2014
04 Mar 2014 Walking the Talk
16 Nov 2013 Adobe Captivate 7.0 - The Basics
12 Nov 2013 Gallup’s Approach to Organizational Success using the Clifton StrengthsFinder
16 Sep 2013 LinkedIn learning executive presents case study: How LinkedIn developed their internal learning platform for informal learning, formal learning, and peer-to-peer knowledge sharing
08 May 2013 (Webinar) Rethinking Learning Design for the 21st Century: A Whack on the Side of the Head
23 Apr 2013 7th Annual Technology Showcase - From Mobile Learning to Gamification
13 Mar 2013 Building an Accountable Organization: “ No Excuses”
05 Mar 2013 Life Sciences SIG Meeting, "A Culture of Compliance—Learning & Development’s Role in Leading the Charge"
05 Dec 2012 How to Be a Productivity Rock Star
17 Oct 2012 The Business of You! Balance Your Life, Reduce Your Stress & Double Your Productivity
19 Sep 2012 What Everyone Must Know about Learning 2.0
13 Sep 2012 Adobe Captivate 6.0 - The Basics
20 Jun 2012 Accelerating Performance Through a Clear and Effective Mobile Strategy
29 May 2012 Social Media as a Communication and Learning Asset: Life Sciences Special Interest Group (SIG) Meeting
16 May 2012 Influence With Impact: Proven Guidelines to Gain Others’ Commitment and Support
19 Apr 2012 Change Management -T&D’s Role in Moving from Strategy to Successful Execution
22 Mar 2012 Nuts & Bolts of Talent Management with Global Best Practices
09 Feb 2012 Going Global: Taking Your Training to Tahiti (or Tel Aviv)
27 Jan 2012 Managing the Learning Function, Life Sciences Special Interest Group (SIG) Kickoff Meeting
07 Dec 2011 Mid NJ ASTD Learning Awards and Holiday Gala
16 Nov 2011 6th Annual Technology Showcase - Technology Touchdown
11 Oct 2011 Webinar-The Fallacy of ROI Calculations
27 Sep 2011 Become an Authentic Leader - Inspire Results
09 Jun 2011 Tips to Becoming an E-Learning Pro
08 Jun 2011 Joint Meeting with ASTD-Philly: How to Cultivate Shared Practice Communities
08 Jun 2011 Sales Coaching for Business Impact Certificate Program
07 Jun 2011 2nd Annual Sales L&D Best Practices Showcase-Developing 21st Century Sales Leaders
18 May 2011 Webinar-Facilitating Organizational Change
13 Apr 2011 Don Kirkpatrick-His Final Tour-Four Levels of Evaluation - Meet a Legend!
24 Mar 2011 VideoCharisma: Discover Your On-Camera Star Quality!
24 Feb 2011 Elminated, Now What?
20 Jan 2011 Informal Learning, Are We Missing a HUGE Opportunity?
31 Dec 2000 Presenter Proposal Form

Contact us:  
midnjatd@gmail.com 

Mid New Jersey ATD
P.O. Box 8567
Princeton, NJ 08543

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