Sign-ups for the next round of Virtual Peer Mentoring groups are now open for all ND ATD Members. Groups will meet from March - August 2021. The deadline to sign up is Friday, February 12.  

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Do you want to learn more about the field of talent development, elements of the career, and strategies for success? Join an ND ATD peer mentoring group!

Over and over, our members tell us that learning from each other is one of the most valuable parts of joining ND ATD. We have elevated that benefit through members-only peer mentoring groups. 

What is a peer mentoring group? 
A peer mentoring group meets regularly (approximately once/month) over a virtual platform. Discussion centers around a specific topical areas of talent development. 

Who leads the discussion? 
Discussion is informal. Knowledge and experiences are shared by all. Each group has a volunteer "conversation catalyst" who helps to coordinate and get the conversation started. 

What are the topical groups? 
The next round of groups will begin meeting in March 2020. Topics are listed below. Sign-up closes on Friday, February 12. 

  • Designing Effective Learning Experiences: Best practices to create all types of learning experiences that hit the mark. Conversation Catalyst: Leann Larson, Blue Cross Blue Shield of ND
  • Leadership and Management Development: Developing the skills in others that help them increase their effectiveness as leaders and managers and/or prepare others to take on formal leadership roles. Conversation Catalyst: Emily Kaiser, Noridian
  • Learning Culture: Practical ways to better integrate learning with work (and reach organizational goals). Conversation Catalyst: Ole Rygg, TRIVE Culture
  • Performance Improvement: Determining when training won't be sufficient to solve the problems in a team or organization and what to do about it. Conversation Catalyst: Jess Almlie, WEX Benefits
  • Technology and E-Learning: Using technology to improve and enhance experiences for both learners and the learning professionals. Conversation Catalyst: Amy McCloud, Noridian
  • Virtual Training Best Practices: Ensuring virtual training and facilitation is effective and impactful. Conversation Catalyst: Andrea Fogerud, Noridian

How can I get involved? 
Groups are open to all ND ATD members. Membership must be current to participate. If you are interested, please reach out to the ND ATD board through our email address: northdakotaatd@gmail.com

More questions?
Check out our Peer Mentoring FAQ document or contact us today! 

PO Box 10261
Fargo, ND 58106-0261
Email: northdakotaatd@gmail.com 

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