Two-4-One: Board Elections & Session on Rekindling Creativity

  • 16 Jul 2020
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Virtual Google Meet

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Two-for-One: Board Elections & Rekindle Your Creative Fires

Join us for a lunch & learn that will include: (1) Board Elections and (2) a session on Rekindle Your Creative Fires.

At this event, we will also have a (members only) drawing for a complimentary registration to a 2020 ATD Certificate Program

Date: Thursday, July 16, 2020
Time: 
11:30am -1:00 pm
Location: Virtual Google Meet (registrants will receive a meeting link)

Rekindle Your Creative Fires - Being creative isn't easy. In fact, the daily challenges TD staff  face can easily douse our creative fires!

This workshop will investigate why your creative fires get dampened and how to you can reignite them. Discover the social and biological factors that make it hard to be creative. More importantly, learn the secrets of creative geniuses and how to put them to work. Additionally, explore how to develop a lifestyle that will keep your creative fires burning strong!

Agenda:
11:30a – Brief discussion/chat posting on creativity in your workplace. Where is it working? What feels missing?
11:40a - Announcements on upcoming events.
Hear about Your TDNRC Chapter: What it takes to make chapter run & How the board executes. Briefly meet your board members.
12:00p – ATD Northern Rockies Chapter board election and drawing for certificate program.
12:00p – Rekindling Your Creative Fires (immediately following elections)
12:45p - Discussion

About the Presenter

Michael Rothschild, M.Ed., has been a member of our chapter for three years, since moving from the D.C. area. While in DC, he helped develop the Leadership Special Interest Group (SIG) for the DC ATD chapter.  Michael has had either a long and diverse career, or a schizophrenic collection of mostly interesting jobs.

He has been involved with training design, development and facilitation since 1982, and has been an independent consultant since 1993. Dissatisfied with traditional storyboarding, Michael developed an innovative approach to instructional design based on visual thinking techniques and iterative prototyping.  Michael has worked on a wide range of L&D projects.

Training subjects included sales and marketing, anti-terrorism, female reproductive surgery, disaster response, leadership, and financial literacy. In addition to training, he has worked in system analysis, programming, technical documentation and project management.

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