Unleash Your Potential with the ATD Talent Development Capability Model – Your Blueprint for Success - Part I
ATD recently rolled out an updated capability model that illustrates what talent development practitioners need to KNOW and DO to develop themselves, others and their organizations.
Hear from ATD's Director of Credentialing, Morgean Hirt, about how this game-changing model helps prepare TD professionals for the trends we can’t yet see and the future we cannot predict. Explore the new interactive Capability Model, which can help you harness change for your organization.
Participants are encouraged to complete the Talent Development Capability Model self-assessment after this session and return for Part II to learn about the skill gaps of professionals in the Piedmont region. The greater the number of self-assessment participants, the more robust the dataset can be for discussion.
About the Presenter
As Director of Credentialing for the Association for Talent Development, Morgean Hirt is responsible for the overall management and leadership of the ATD Credentialing Institute and was instrumental in the development of the Talent Development Capability Model. She brings over twenty-five years of nonprofit experience in personnel certification and accreditation across a variety of professions. Morgean has devoted her career to advancing professions through the establishment of industry standards through certification including clinical research, massage therapy, audiology, and K-12 ed tech.
She provides strategic leadership and technical expertise in developing and implementing credentialing programs, focusing on policy and standards development, test development, strategic planning, and international accreditation standards for certification programs. Morgean lives in Alexandria, VA and is active with the Institute for Credentialing Excellence (ICE).
Meeting Your Needs for the Future of Work – ATD Talent Development Capability Model – Part II
Following an exploration of this new competency framework for the profession and completion of the self-assessment in Part I, join your colleagues from the region to review the identified skill gaps of professions in the region. ATD’s Director of Credentialing returns to review the aggregate self-assessment results of Piedmont Chapter members, as compared to others around the world.
Participants are encouraged to complete the Talent Development Capability Model self-assessment before this session to learn about the skill gaps of professionals in the Piedmont region. The greater the number of self-assessment participants, the more robust the dataset can be for discussion. You can find the assessment here.
5 Languages of Appreciation at Work
Most employee engagement survey results show that employees do not feel appreciated and feel undervalued. Managers may feel uncomfortable showing appreciation and may not know how to appreciate their employees while truly being authentic. Understanding how people want and need to be appreciated will help leaders and teams more effectively be able to ensure people feel appreciated and valued. Learn the five languages of appreciation and what they look like, the concepts of appreciation and encouragement and discover how important they are in the workplace. Learn how to have those conversations through skills practice and planning for how you can implement on a day to day basis in your working environment.
How Appreciation connects to engagement
The 5 languages Framework for understanding Appreciation
Learning your MBA (Motivating By Appreciation preferred languages)
Putting the Languages to work for you and your team
Imbedding appreciation into your work culture
Cost for assessment
Piedmont ATD Members - Complimentary
Guests - $15 (to cover costs)
A few days before the session, you will receive a link to take your assessment needed for this session. You will get your results immediately.
Bernadette Costello is the Managing Partner for BCC Consulting that works with organizations, teams and leaders in the public, non-profit and higher education sectors. As a consultant, her methods involve listening intently to the needs of her clients and helping identify focused solutions that will work best with the culture and climate. As a coach, her focus is to help clients identify a desired impact and develop a clear plan to achieve results.
Bernadette is a past Chapter President for Metro DC ATD, Chair of the ATD Leader’s Conference PAC and is a member of the National Advisors for Chapters. Bernadette received a Bachelor Social Work from So. Illinois University, a MPA from the UNC at Chapel Hill and a doctorate in Higher Ed from George Mason University. Bernadette holds an ACC coaching credential and a SHRM SCP certification.