Join us for our August membership meeting, “Make Learning a Meaningful part of Your Business Strategy”, presented by Barry Altland, on Wednesday, August 12, 2015 from 11:30am - 1pm at the Capital City Country Club.
We are in the midst of an evolution. Maybe it’s a revolution. Training is no longer just training in the organizations we support. Or, at least it shouldn’t be. It is talent development. It is so much more. Or, it can be. In this engaging, interactive session, explore with peers the who, what, where, when, how and why of embedding talent development in your organization at both a strategic and tactical level. Discover several key elements human resource leaders may embrace to support elevating the talent development function, thereby making an even greater impact upon the businesses we serve!
New ways of doing business in the twenty-first century are bringing about new ways of supporting people who make real business happen. And it may not be in the ways you assume.
Warning: This session may challenge the traditional ways of viewing training as a function that serves your organization’s performance. Human resource leaders can make the difference in their organizations getting there. Today. This shift begins with knowing the direction, considering its value, and actively choosing it.
As a result of their engagement in the lunch program, participants will be able to:
- More deeply understand why talent development exists within an organization, and the business outcomes it should be designed to achieve
- Embrace and move toward what function talent development should truly play in the organization’s success equation
- Examine who are the right players needed on the team to support strategic talent development
- Dissect how effective learning for adult learners is executed across the organization, and apply The Learner
- Engagement Model as a guide when designing and facilitating learning
- Determine the most effective strategy for where learning and talent development should occur within the organization
- Choose when their organization is ready to shift to positioning talent development more strategically
Facilitator: Barry Altland
Thought Leader, Writer, Speaker, Organizational Partner/Consultant
Head, Heart and Hands Engagement Collective, Sole Proprietorship
Guiding Leaders of Volunteers to Feed the Passion of Those Who Choose to Serve
Winter Garden, FL
Barry Altland is a writer, speaker, thought leader and expert on leading and engaging volunteers. He blends fifteen years of strategic and tactical initiative leadership in talent strategy, organizational development and learning and performance and ten years of hospitality leadership experience.
Barry has driven learning and organizational performance initiatives at several mid- and large-sized companies in the central Florida area in a variety of industries, including hospitality, theme park/resort destination, real estate development, agribusiness, supply chain, financial services and not-for-profit healthcare.
Barry’s current book, “Engaging the Head, Heart and Hands of a Volunteer," is a simple guide for leaders of volunteers to feed the passion of those who choose to serve. Blending a multitude of experiences as both a volunteer and a leader of volunteers with his deep leadership and learning leadership acumen, Barry shares tips and techniques that help leaders engage, sustain, and at times, redirect the passions of those who share their time and talents.
Leaders in the for-profit world will discover the lessons offered to leaders of volunteers apply equally well when seeking to engage the heads, hearts and hands of paid professionals.
Barry currently resides in Winter Garden, FL, a quaint suburb west of Orlando.
This program has been approved for 1 general credit by HRCI and 1 PDC by SHRM.
Spare Change: Harbor House of Central FL
As part of our Chapter's participation in the 2015 HR Florida Conference, we've been asked to gather items and cash donations to benefit Harbor House of Central Florida http://www.harborhousefl.com
All items and cash collected at the meeting will not only help this wonderful organization, but can help our chapter win the Big Purple Weigh-in. The top 3 chapters with the heaviest donation will win a prize at HR Florida and bragging rights for the next year.
All items must be on the current wish list, see below and regular sizes (no hotel mini versions).
Harbor House Wish List
- Diapers (all sizes)
- Diaper Wipes
- Feminine Hygiene Products
- New Women’s Underwear (all sizes)
- Hair Care Products (including products for women of color)
- Shampoo and Conditioner
- Toothbrushes and Toothpaste
- Soap Bars and Body Wash
- Twin-sized Bedding
- Pillows and Pillow Cases
- Bath Towels and Wash Cloth
In order to receive a refund for your registration it must be canceled by Monday, August 10, 2015.