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Trainer's Toolbox: Innovative Strategies You Can Implement Now

  • Tuesday, April 13, 2021
  • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
  • Virtual: Zoom Platform

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Trainers Toolbox: Innovative Strategies

You Can Implement Now


Bring your energy, your experience, and take part in our annual Trainer's Toolbox event! Our seasoned training and development practitioners will engage you in practicing what they preach: best practices and innovative strategies that you can apply within your organization or with your clients right now! Chapter Members and Guests - you will have an opportunity to share your own tools as well in the chapter networking session. Please come prepared!

Trainer'sToolboxTakeaways.docx


11:30a.m. - 11:45 a.m. ET | Chapter announcements

11:45 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. ET | Round Table Networking: Training Takeaways From 2020, Chapter Members

12:15p.m. – 12:50 p.m. ET | Trainer's Toolbox: Managing Virtual Teams, Timothy K. Cormier

12:50p.m. - 1:25 p.m. ET | Trainer's Toolbox: Designing Presentations, Jessica Giraldo

1:25 - 1:30 p.m. ET | Chapter closing announcements



Managing Virtual Teams

Are you interested in learning about leading and working in remote work environment? Do you want to continue to drive culture change (or not lose the momentum of change initiatives) while working remotely? Do you want a better work-life balance for you and your team? If you answered “yes” to any of those questions, this presentation will provide you with actionable strategies for leading and working in remote teams.

Learning Objectives

  • Implementing creative approaches for leading and working in a remote work environment
  • Building momentum around culture change initiatives while working remotely
  • Improving work-life balance for you and your remote team
ATD Presentation_Jamboard.pdf

LeadingVirtuallyATD.pdf


Good Design Matters: Engage your audience and improve learning with powerful presentations

Good design builds trust and tells your audience something about your content, but most importantly, it communicates about YOU as the presenter. Leverage the look and feel of your presentation to make your content easy to understand, visually appealing, and promote engagement. In this presentation, we will cover design elements and storyboard techniques that will improve learning and capture your audience. Walk away with a list of recommended resources and a design principles and elements handout.

Learning Objectives

  • Why care about design when creating presentations?
  • What is the storyboard process for developing and designing powerful presentations?
  • What are good design principles and elements?

Good Design Matters - ATD Handout.pdf

techsmith_com_public_storyboard-template-for-word.docx


Our Presenters:

Training Takeaways From 2020: Chapter Members


Managing Virtual Teams: Timothy K. Cormier


Tim's mission is to develop leaders to be change agents who transform their organizations. He firmly believes that one person can be the catalyst to drive organizational and cultural change. He has dedicated his career to developing leaders 'to be the change they wish to see in the world.' 

He has worked in a multitude of industrieds and extensive knowledge of telecomm, health care, big pharma, high tech, and heavy equipment. He communicates with leaders to create their own personal development plan wherever they are in their leadership journey.


Designing Presentations: Jessica Giraldo


Jessica joined FIU’s College of Medicine as an instructional designer last summer. She primarily supports the instructional technology training needs of College of Medicine through the development and design of resources, workshops, as well as contributing to curriculum and training projects for the institution’s medical students, staff and faculty.

Previously she worked as a jack-of-all-trades for a prestigious Florida-based law firm, supporting the technology training needs of more than 300 attorneys. She is an FIU alumnus holding a BA in Communication, currently pursuing a master’s degree in adult learning.

Outside of the office, she is also a board member and a skater for a 501c3 amateur sports league, Miami Roller Derby, and the Director of digital design for the local chapter of the Association for Talent Development. She is a fan of all things nerdy and welcomes conversations about your favorite anime, video game or book on Twitter at @jess_a_giraldo.

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