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Upcoming Webcasts

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ATD gives you the opportunity to connect live with industry leaders with the Watch & Learn webcast series. These hour-long webcasts cover a wide range of important topics and trends within the training and development field to give you an introduction to new topics or to take a closer look at others.

Below is a list of upcoming webcasts for both members and nonmembers. Not seeing the topic you’re looking for?
See a list of all archived Watch & Learn webcasts.

Please note: ATD webcasts are hosted by WebEx. Before a webcast, the host requires that you check your system for compatibility with the Universal Communications Format (UCF) before you join the meeting. UCF allows you to view multimedia during the meeting. Check for Windows Media Player 6.4 and Flash Player 5.0 or above.

Upcoming Webcasts

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Redesigning Healthcare Turning Excuses Into Results

Alex Dorr

The best way to eliminate emotional waste is through implementing great processes and engaging great people. Leadership based on reality provides leaders with the competencies necessary to change the mindsets of their teams, teach great mental processes that eliminate e... More »

Management & Learning Will Change Forever (And You Need to Know How and Why)

Stephen J. Gill

The industrial revolution and the labor-intensive economy it spawned have been replaced by a mind-intensive knowledge economy that’s driven by technology, automation, artificial intelligence (AI), and globalization. It’s become abundantly clear that an entir... More »

Dealing With Brilliant Jerks and Developing High-Impact Team Players

Mack and Ria Story

A “brilliant jerk” is a team member who does an exceptional job delivering competency-based results, but isn't able to get along well with others. These brilliant jerks permeate the workplace while reducing their leaders’ credibility, lowering their te... More »

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