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Giving and Receiving: Scholarships Offer Benefits for Recipients and Organizations Alike 

Giving and Receiving:  Scholarships Offer Benefits for Recipients and Organizations Alike  | ATDChi's Training Today | Scoop.it

By Nicole Buras, Former ATDChi Director, University Relations and

Susan Camberis, Editor, Training Today

Photo by Tim Gouw on Unsplash

 

According to the College Board, “in 2014-15, about two-thirds of full-time students paid for college with the help of financial aid in the form of grants and scholarships.”

 

If you have ever received a scholarship, you have likely experienced first-hand some tangible recipient benefits. 

 

But what types of benefits do scholarships provide to those who give them?   

 

Scholarships provide a number of benefits for recipients’ professional development and for the organizations that give them. 

 

For recipients, the most obvious and immediate benefit is compensation. Some scholarships come with other perks such memberships to associated organizations. The financial assistance both in an award and a membership can be significant to students, who are not typically earning high wages while paying for tuition, books, and supplies. Students are also often investing in other avenues of professional development, such as memberships to professional organizations and attendance to workshops and conferences at their own expense. 

 

Beyond the monetary benefit, a scholarship represents an achievement one can leverage. Listing a scholarship on a resume, curriculum vitae, and/or on a job application (if requested by a company), can demonstrate that one went above and beyond in his or her education.  Recipients can further leverage scholarship honors by connecting the honor received with characteristics or values identified by companies they seek to work with.

 

For organizations, scholarships provide a way to give back and to help build communities they serve. When a scholarship aligns directly to an organization’s mission, it can help promote positive public relations.  Memorial scholarships honor leaders and innovators in their respective fields and disciples. For example, ATDChi’s Dr. Deborah Colky Workplace Learning and Performance Student Award honors Dr. Colky’s memory and embodies the Association for Talent Development Chicagoland Chapter’s (ATDChi) mission. ATDChi strives to empower “members with the knowledge, skills, tools, and resources necessary to ensure ongoing professional development…,” and more narrowly, groom the next generation of Talent Development professionals.

 

Many scholarships and awards also require a project, internship, or other deliverables; for example, a recipient might be required to develop a program or conduct research in the award's area of focus and present the results back to the awarding institution. These projects are frequently designed to be mutually beneficial – providing tangible benefits to the organization and the student.  The Dr. Deborah Colky Student Award represents an honor with an associated project and an opportunity to publish an article in Training Today. Two significant achievements one can also document on his or her resume. Recipients can also highlight these types of professional experiences as they demonstrate an application of skills in their career areas.

 

Scholarships that require specific deliverables may also connect recipients to advisors or mentors. Mentors can guide young professionals, not only in the context of a project, but also through broader career issues. If a recipient is not assigned a mentor directly, the exposure of an award can still offer opportunities for the recipient to be noticed by other tenured professionals. Effective mentors encourage and share their knowledge. The mentee may approach a mentor about career transitions, development opportunities, and/or challenges. A mentor may take a recipient under his or her wing at a networking event or professional conference, or be a reference for future career opportunities. How often do we hear,... it is not what you know, but who you know!

 

ATDChi’s 2017 Dr. Deborah Colky scholarship recipient, Olga Polyakova, believes that the ATDChi scholarship has benefited her professional development.  As North America Learning & Development Lead, Planning & Analytics with the Boston Consulting Group, Olga believes the scholarship has not only supported her studies but also helped to affirm her credibility in the field, opened doors to the local L&D community and enabled to establish new meaningful relationships with thought leaders in the profession.

 

Whether your future career plans include going back to school or supporting others in their efforts to do so, there are significant benefits to receiving and giving scholarships.  

 

To learn more about the Dr. Deborah Colky Award visit: https://atdchi.org/Colky_Award

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Challenges With Converting Classroom Training to E-Learning

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Diane discusses some of the challenges involved in converting classroom training to e-learning.
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If you missed our April workshop presenter, Diane Elkins, here's a great video snippet you'll want to check out.  

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The Importance of a Global Mindset

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Clearly, you cannot conduct training in today’s multicultural organizations without a global mindset an
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This article is a nice complement to the content shared by Stephanie Leese-Emrich at January's ATDChi kick-off event.  

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2018 Instructional Design Trends And Learning Trends: The Journey Of Learning

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Interested in the latest Instructional Design Trends? Check which Instructional Design Trends and learning trends you'll be hearing about in 2018.
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Which of these trends are you noticing in your work?

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AI and Machine Learning Trends for 2018: What to Expect - DZone AI

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Learn about AI and machine learning trends in 2018 involving healthcare, finances, robotics, and more.
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Friendship: An Unexpected Benefit Of Training

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We often think of training as solely a learning endeavor, but educational events can also serve as opportunities to build new relationships. Whether delivered online or in the classroom, learning experiences--when designed with an eye on socialization--bring people together in ways that typical networking or social events cannot. Learners and instructors have a shared frame…
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What I Learned about Instructional Design from WLPI  

What I Learned about Instructional Design from WLPI   | ATDChi's Training Today | Scoop.it

By Mary Hauser

 

Being a Student Ambassador with ATDChi provided me with many benefits. One benefit was having the opportunity to participate in one-day session as part of ATDChi’s Workplace Learning and Performance Institute’s (WLPI’s) fall series. The session I chose was Instructional Design.

 

As a student and someone new to the field of Talent Development, I found this class extremely useful. Prior to this class, my knowledge of Instructional Design (ID) was limited, as I had not yet taken this class in my master’s program and also had no direct experience. I knew the purpose of ID and how it played into the greater scheme of training, but not how the process actually worked. Walking into class, I was expecting an overview of the process and maybe an exercise – basically, a lecture.

 

I was pleasantly surprised when the instructor introduced the day's curriculum. Each topic we covered included a group exercise. Working with my group members, most of whom were professionals already working in the field, I was able to ask questions and learn more about each topic being covered. The hands-on activities really helped me grasp new concepts like different adult learning theories, and helped me understand how each new topic related to the previous ones.

 

What most impressed me was the instructor, Jan Iacco. She is a seasoned professional who is very articulate, thorough, and engaging. I appreciated the attention she gave to constructing objectives – one of the more difficult aspects of ID, according to Jann. With her patient guidance, we were able to turn even a household chore into an objective with clearly stated outcomes.

 

This class provided me with a method – a “blueprint” if you will, of the ID process. I now know how to create and link objectives to instructional methodologies and adult learning theories. Walking away from this session, I feel more confident in how to approach any training I will put together in the future. I look forward to using this information and taking more classes with WLPI.

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A Personalized Approach to Corporate Learning

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How companies big and small are making highly tailored, responsive training a reality.
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8 Corporate eLearning Trends For 2017 - eLearning Industry

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Wondering which are the top Corporate eLearning Trends for 2017? Check here the top 8 Corporate eLearning Trends for 2017.
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The Future of Work: It’s Already Here… And Not As Scary As You Think

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What is the Future of Work really mean? Personal and professional perspectives, and a small dose of public policy to think about.
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Reflections on the Future of Organization Development and Training in the Digital Age 

By Mary Hauser

ATDChi Student Ambassador

 

What is Organization Development? How is it relevant to business in the digital age? Where does training fit in?

 

Having just completed my first class in Organization Development (OD), as part of my master’s program in Training and Development at Roosevelt University, I have been thinking about the field and how it is connected to training and adult learning, and why it is still relevant as we advance in the digital age.

 

Organization Development plays an important part in the health of an organization, ensuring that all the moving pieces work together smoothly. With so many functions in the typical organization, from Human Resources to IT and Finance, and so many human and non-human variables affecting organization on a daily basis, conflict and misalignment are inevitable. OD interventions are meant to systematically assess, diagnose, intervene and thereby positively affect positive change.

 

Here are four reflections on the future of OD and Training:

 

  1. OD is akin to behavioral therapy for organizations. Much like mental health, in which there are many different variables that come together to affect how well a person manages day-to-day and in the long run, any issues in functioning or performance (behavior) of the organization are diagnosed, treated and assessed with interventions and change processes. Interventions and processes are designed so that people and teams are performing most efficiently, which in turn means the organization is also performing most efficiently as a system.
  2. Training will remain critical to fill skill gaps and affect positive change. An important part of affecting positive change includes training, or learning and development. When change happens in an organization, and new systems, skills or software are introduced, training is critical to fill skills gaps or improve efficiency in existing areas. The successful outcome of such training is meant to reinforce strategic change and alignment of organizational goals. Training in this sense is also a change agent in and of itself, as it affects on-the-job behavior and performance results at all levels of the organization.  With the rise of automation and new technology affecting most fields, training will remain essential from an OD perspective. When new systems or software automate business processes, training is critical to ensuring current staff has the new skills needed to keep operations functioning at optimal performance. Without training, the organization’s efficiency and ability to meet goals and client demands can suffer, causing the organization to lose its competitive edge and lose business.
  3. Don’t forget about leadership training and support. From a system-wide view, automation and new, state-of-the-art technology can impact the health of all aspects of the organization, including management. Leadership training and coaching for teams and individuals are important in face of the changes automation and technology brings. Leadership plays an important role in retaining talent and maintaining high employee engagement.   Through coaching and training staff on newly implemented technology, and by keeping them current on updates of existing software and industry trends, leaders positively impact the health of the organization.
  4. Cultivate a learning culture. There has been much talk about the importance of lifelong learning in the workplace. As an organization grows and changes with time and trends, so too must its strategic goals, mission, and people. An organization succeeds by having a learning culture that supports its goals by sharing knowledge and skills, easing transitions in roles and responsibilities, breaking down barriers between teams, and promoting a culture of trust and teamwork. These aspects help employees adapt to change and ultimately be more efficient and contribute to an organization’s success.

           

As a current student of Training and Development, I believe it is imperative, especially in the face of the changing landscape of the workplace and the workforce, that we remain cognizant of how technology is reshaping what we know, and how all these changes will affect organizations.  

 

Planning for the changes that lie ahead will help all of us as TD professionals ensure we remain successful in the Digital Age.

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3 Principles of Effective Learning Metrics & Measurement

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Learn more about TD Reporting Principles with Jeff Carpenter, Caveo Learning's CEO, at ATDChi's September Networking Dinner event.  Learn more and register here 

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Facilitating Learning with the Adult Brain in Mind: A New Resource for Learning and Talent Development Professionals  

By Pamela Meyer
Director of the Center to Advance Education for Adults (CAEA) at the School of New Learning at DePaul University

Synthesizing trends in neuroscience, cognitive science and philosophy in mind, "Facilitating Learning with the Adult Brain in Mind" a new book by DePaul School for New Learning Professor, Catherine Marienau and Kathleen Taylor, Professor at St. Mary’s College of California, explains how the brain works from a learning perspective. Learning is an embodied experience in which emotion and analogy play major roles. In this new contribution to the field of learning and talent development, dozens of embodied learning approaches are presented for use in diverse settings and with a wide range of learning goals. Most literature on the brain and learning focuses on traditional school-aged learners and is either too technique-oriented or too technical. "Facilitating Learning with the Adult Brain in Mind" offers greater clarity about why certain models of facilitation or teaching strategies are well aligned with how the brain learns, without getting lost in brain architecture. 

Join the Authors for an Evening Networking Dinner and Panel Discussion on May 16th and a Full Day Workshop on May 17th.  

Drs. Marienau, who also coordinates the Master of Arts in Educating Adults (MAEA) program at DePaul University, and Taylor will lead a day-long interactive workshop, using stories and analogies to illuminate how the adult brain learns without getting mired in unnecessary details of brain architecture. By understanding why and under what conditions the brain shies away from learning and resists new behaviors, you will discover new approaches for learning and growth. You will also explore ways to stimulate adults’ brains to be curious, to seek new learning and new ways of doing things. This workshop emphasizes brain-aware approaches that incorporate research on the embodied, analogical brain. Through a variety of activities, you will share and build on your current best practices, and you will explore new and expanded approaches to add to your repertoires for fostering optimal learning. 

In addition you will: 
• Understand how the brain learns best 
• Discover why the brain (sometimes) resists new learning 
• Become familiar with new research on learning and the brain 
• Identify and expand effective brain-aware strategies to improve learning 

The workshop will be held on May 17, 2017 from 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM at DePaul University’s O'Hare Campus: 8770 W Bryn Mawr Ave, Chicago, IL 60631. ATDChi member special rates available. Please RSVP here:  https://atdchi.org/event-2438201

The May 16th Networking Dinner and Panel Discussion is from 6-9PM at the Fountain Blue Banquets and Conference Center: 2300 Mannheim Rd, Des Plaines, IL. More details and registration at: http://atdchi.org/event-2442062
 
 
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Is xAPI Ready? If so, where are our flying cars?

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As a technology-driven industry, those of us in the eLearning field get to participate in the adoption of many new and potentially disruptive technologies. Moving to an xAPI-based infrastructure is one of these opportunities. April 2018 marks the fifth anniversary of xAPI’s release. A question posed by many is: After five years, is xAPI ready? Excited early adopters risk setting expectations as wildly futuristic as the flying cars envisioned in the 1960s TV cartoon The Jetsons.
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Want to learn more about xAPI?  Here is a helpful article co-authored by our March members-only skill-building clinic facilitator, Megan Torrance.  

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Consider the SME’s Strengths: from “Effective SMEs” –

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Presentation training and facilitation training in Chicago by Turpin Communication.
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Dale Ludwig and Greg Owen-Boger shared their expertise at February's ATDChi Networking Clinic.  Here's an excerpt from their latest book Effective SMEs.  

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Ultimate Service POV: What Role Does Service Play in Workplace Learning? 

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Formerly ASTD
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Stephanie Leese-Emrich delighted attendees at January's ATDChi 2018 kick-off meeting.  If you're a Power Member and want to hear more from Stephanie, here's a 2012 webcast you may want to re-visit.

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5 Reasons Why I Joined Chicagoland Chapter, Association for Talent Development (ATDChi) as a Student 

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By Jennifer Fitzgerald

ATDChi Student Ambassador

Undergraduate Student-Northeastern Illinois University

 

The decision to attend college is a big one.

 

As a current student at Northeastern Illinois University majoring in Human Resource Development (HRD), I understand that working towards a degree takes a great deal of time and expense. As students begin college, not only is it important to become savvy about finances, but it is also critical to gain additional experiences in extracurricular activities such as internships or memberships in professional organizations.

 

ATDChi allows Talent Development students to stand out by providing them with many benefits.  Here are 5 reasons why I joined ATDChi:

 

1.  Student membership discount.

ATDChi rewards students by giving them an annual membership discount, while providing them the same benefits as regular professional members.

 

2.  Opportunity to strengthen my network.

ATDChi offers several networking events throughout the year, allowing students to connect with professionals in their desired field. New connections can provide advice and referrals, possibly leading to job opportunities after graduation.

 

3.  Mentoring program.

ATDChi’s mentoring program offers students unique experiences that provide support, encouragement, and career guidance. Getting advice from TD professionals helps students gain new perspectives, boosts their confidence, and can help identity future career possibilities.

 

4.  Professional development certification at a discount.

ATDChi offers a discounted rate for the seven-module Workplace Learning & Performance Institute (WLPI) training certificate program. This opportunity allows students to gain real-world knowledge and build skills that can help guide them in their career paths, while showing the dedication needed to keep up with Talent Development trends in this ever-changing world.

 

5.  Student Ambassador program.

As a student ambassador of ATDChi, I am obtaining real-world experience, developing skills, and gaining knowledge in the Talent Development field. I applied to become a student ambassador because it offers challenging yet rewarding responsibilities. I believe the experiences and benefits gained from this position will be rewarding in many ways.

 

The program of study in HRD encompasses a framework of competencies that helps develop and improve knowledge, skills, and attitudes of students for optimal productivity through development of training resources. Creating these necessary resources requires a strategic mindset and great execution. ATDChi provides ongoing professional development for students to truly see into the Talent Development field as working professionals do.

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Are You An "Accidental" Trainer? Earn Your Workplace Learning and Performance Institute (WLPI) Certificate through ATDChi 

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By Leslie R. Scarpace

VP, Marketing, ATDChi

 

Are you an “Accidental Trainer?” Have you ended up doing training for the employees in your organization, but you’ve never had any preparation for this role?

 

In my work as a Trainer/Facilitator, I’ve run into this situation a lot. The Association for Talent Development Chicagoland Chapter (ATDChi) has a great series for you if you’re an “Accidental Trainer” or just want to strengthen your training skills. It’s a series of workshops that lead to the “Workplace Learning and Performance Institute” (WLPI) certificate. If you’re an accidental trainer, or someone in your organization is, think about participation in this series.

 

Our WLPI Co-Director, Linda Schettko, says “It never ceases to amaze me how much confidence each participant has gained by the end of the series. They walk away with a foundational knowledge of what it takes to develop good learning programs. They take what they learned in class and apply to their job, sometimes immediately. They develop relationships that they can lean on in the years ahead.”

 

You can get more information about session content at the ATDChi WLPI page, or email the co-directors at atdchi.wlpi@gmail.com.

 

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Microlearning: The Misunderstood Buzzword - Learning Rebels

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Microlearning has been around for as long as people have been creating work aids to help put toner in copy machines but is a commonly misunderstood term.
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How Microlearning Will Shape the Future of Work

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This is the first in a three-part series on implementing microlearning in the workplace to drive business results.
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Grow as a TD Professional with WLPI

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By Susan Camberis

Editor, Training Today

 

The Workplace Learning and Performance Institute (WLPI) is a unique, state-of-the-art certificate program offered by the Association for Talent Development’s Chicagoland Chapter (@ATDChi).

 

Comprised of seven in-person sessions which can be taken individually or in total for a certificate, WLPI brings learners and local experts together to discuss the key building blocks of Talent Development – including instructional design, blended learning, training delivery, and evaluating business impact.  

 

ATDChi’s WLPI program is co-led by ATDChi Directors Sarah Frost and Linda Schettko. In advance of the start of the fall session – which begins September 9 – Training Today sat down with Linda Schettko to seek her perspective on the program.

 

What originally drew you to getting involved with WLPI?

As a graduate of the WLPI program I wanted others to experience what I experienced. I believe in what the Chicagoland Chapter is trying to accomplish by providing quality training at an affordable price.

 

What do participants value most about WLPI?

Participants walk away with a sense of confidence, knowing that they've attended a quality program that was presented by people who are top contributors in the field. They gain confidence in their existing skills and gain new knowledge that they can apply immediately.  It's also a terrific way to make connections in the industry.

 

What is the typical background of a WLPI participant?

There are two types of participants. The first is someone who is an “accidental trainer,” meaning that they were thrown into training others by their employers. They might be new to training or someone who has been training for years but has little or no formal learning in the Training & Development field.
   

The other type of participant is someone looking to earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs). They can choose to attend the entire series or take an individual session. HRCI recognizes each module of the WLPI as continuing education credit for PHR/SPHR. Each module counts as 6 hours of non-strategic credit.

 

The WLPI certificate may also be applied toward graduate & undergraduate degrees at DePaul University’s School for New Learning. Roosevelt University also accepts completion of the WLPI in their Master's program for the Introduction to Training course.

 

What is the time commitment?

Each of the six sessions run from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM.  The only homework is in creating a final project, which is presented during the last, seventh session. 

 

What else should potential participants know about WLPI?

Previous participants provide great insights into the program and its benefits.

I took the WLPI because I needed to understand the best practices toward identifying, developing and evaluating learning. The weekly content deepened my knowledge and shared practical ideas that I could use today. Even after successfully completing the class, I regularly pull out the workbook to leverage the great ideas shared during the program.  - Michelle Aronson MBA, SPHR, SHRM - SCP 

The WLPI program provided me with much needed information. As an “accidental trainer,” the course gave me a wealth of information that is being put to use in my current role. I also made some great new professional friends that I can bounce ideas off as needed. - Kirsten Walker

 

To learn more about WLPI and to sign-up for the fall session, visit: https://atdchi.org/WLPI

 

For a short video overview about WLPI, visit: https://vimeo.com/230672966

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Virtual Reality in Training Slowly Becoming a Reality

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While different industries are on different timetables when it comes to uptake of emerging technology, the promise of virtual reality is becoming a reality.
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An Interview with September Networking Dinner Speaker, David Vance 

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An interview with David Vance, President, Manage Learning
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Here's an article about one of ATDChi's September Networking Dinner speakers, David Vance, who will speak with us about TD Reporting Principles.  Register for our September event here 

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Make Networking Work for You

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Halelly Azulay explains why networking is important for your career.
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Here's a great article by Halelly Azulay to help make the most of ATDChi's upcoming 2nd Annual Mega-Networking Party.  Sign up by July 19 at www.atdchi.org.  

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