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GIG Virtual - Let's Talk Talent Development Strategy for 2021: How to get it right, industry trends, and lessons learned

  • January 26, 2021
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Zoom
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GIG Virtual - Let's Talk Talent Development Strategy for 2021: How to get it right, industry trends, and lessons learned

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FREE to everyone! The first meeting of the year will be highly interactive and engaging. We will be using MIRO (online whiteboard) to capture your ideas and inspirations!

It’s a new year, which may mean implementing new talent development strategies for some or building on the previous year. The events of 2020 forced our community to become agile in the way goals and initiatives were completed. We saw companies change their training delivery, increase specific skills training, and enhance Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion programs. So what remains for 2021? What talent and development strategies have the most impact on our organizations this year? Speakers Nannette Daugherty, Director Operational Training at Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County, and Suzanne Frawley, Director of Talent Management at Plains all American, will lead us in an interactive discussion focused on lessons learned from 2020 and how to develop sound practical strategies for your organization.

It’s that time of year. Organizations are reflecting on annual business goals and planning for the year ahead. Talent Development is no different. Teams are busy setting goals and securing the budget to deliver effective training programs that will enable their organizations to reach their business goals. In this webinar, we'll look at the ATD State of the Industry report. We will also dive into specific trends such as the use of technology in the classroom. We will also look at L&D employment and pay.

ATD Capability Model - Training Delivery, Managing Learning Programs, Evaluating Learning Impact

To learn more about this model see: https://tdcapability.org/#/

About the Speakers

Nannette Daugherty - Director, Operational Training for Houston METRO

Nannette Daugherty is the Director, Operational Training, at Houston METRO. She is directly responsible for bus operator, bus mechanic, and other transportation training and development projects. She also consults with other internal operations departments, providing guidance for training & development efforts. Nannette is passionate about helping people reach their potential via training and organization development. She has over 25 years’ experience leading training, leadership development, and organization development functions.

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Suzanne Frawley, CHRS, CPTD© - Director, Talent Management for Plains All American Pipeline, L.P. 

Suzanne Frawley, CHRS, CPTD© has a passion for setting people and organizations up for success. She is the Director, Talent Management for Plains All American Pipeline, L.P. and leads Succession Planning, Leadership & Professional Development, Performance Management, Organizational Design, and Talent Acquisition. Suzanne’s previous experience includes roles in leading Learning and Organizational Development functions and as a strategic HR business partner. Suzanne is also a contributing author in “Leading the Learning Function, “ATD Press, 2020.

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