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Leadership Development

ATD offers chapter leaders a variety of professional development opportunities. Learn about chapter-related national committee volunteer opportunities through the Chapter Recognition Committee (CRC) and ATD Leaders Conference Program Advisory Committee (ALC PAC). Attend events specifically for chapter leaders such as the ATD Leadership Conference (ALC) and Chapter Leader Day at the annual International Conference & Exposition.  Take advantage of free webcasts that focus on leadership, management, and growth.

Chapter Leaders Conference


2017 ATD Chapter Leaders Conference (ALC)

October 12-14, 2017, Renaissance Arlington Capital View, Crystal City, VA

This annual conference is exclusively for ATD chapter leaders! Current and incoming board members are invited to attend this conference to network with fellow chapter leaders and share best practices for running an ATD chapter.

Make plans to join us in Arlington, Virginia, for another great event as we share best practices and network with ATD's top chapter leaders! Get the chatter going on Twitter with hashtag #ATDALC.

Questions about ALC? Contact Erin Strider, Project Manager, Chapter Services at estrider@td.org.

Click here to go to the ALC website

ATD Chapter Leaders Conference Program Advisory Committee (ALC PAC)

The ALC PAC, a national advisory committee comprised of chapter leaders, works with ATD staff to develop and execute the annual ATD Chapter Leaders Conference (ALC). 

The ALC PAC is charged with reviewing and recommending session proposals for ALC, identifying programming gaps, and recommending topics and speakers to fill those gaps. The ALC PAC solicits conference sponsors, recommends keynote speakers, and serves as the host committee during the conference. ALC PAC members attend the conference and collect feedback from attendees regarding areas of success or improvement. The ALC PAC term is one year in length.

*Each year the ALC PAC accepts applications from chapter leaders interested in serving a one-year term on the advisory committee for the upcoming year. Candidates should have served at least one year as a chapter board member and attended ALC while serving as a chapter leader. Current chapter leaders should not apply to serve on the ALC PAC during the year of their presidential term.

2017 ALC PAC

Bernadette Costello, Metro DC Chapter; ALC PAC Chair

Bonnie Moore, Houston Chapter

Rosa Espinal, Central Florida Chapter

Doug Moudy, Metro DC Chapter

Jenni Stone, FL Suncoast Chapter


Chapter Recognition Committee (CRC)

The Chapter Recognition Committee (CRC), an ATD advisory committee comprised of chapter leaders, is charged with identifying, recognizing, and sharing chapter best practices. CRC members recommend and select Sharing Our Success (SOS) submissions for recognition and recognize chapters for the Chapter of the Month (COM) distinction. For more information, check out our chapter-related ATD committees at-a-glance document.

CRC Resources

  • CRC FAQs: Find out more about the work of committee and the SOS/COM selection process.
  • CRC YouTube Channel: Watch interviews with SOS submitters and COM winners to hear about their experiences with the process and the value gained from their participation.
  • Sharing Our Success (SOS): The SOS program helps chapters improve through sharing easy-to-use ideas, resources, and practices in the areas of communication, contribution to the community, membership, and the development of programs, products, and services. If your chapter has a best practice, sample form, or template to share, click here to submit your SOS best practice.
  • Chapter of the Month (COM): The COM program highlights a chapter each month that deserves special recognition. Recipients must be innovative, have had an approved SOS accepted, be CARE achieved, and have not been recognized within the past 18 months. 
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    2017 Chapter Recognition Committee Members:

    Jennifer Rogers, CPLP, Chair- Piedmont
    Jennifer.Rogers@inmar.com

    Jennifer Buckley - Florida Suncoast
    jbuckleyconsulting@gmail.com

    Jessica Potter, CPLP - South Florida
    potterjl@icloud.com

    Leanne Barron - Chattanooga Area 
    ljsunc98@gmail.com

    Lisa Goodpaster - Heart of Central Illinois 
    lisa.goodpaster@healthalliance.org

    Rebecca Everett - San Diego 
    reverett46@san.rr.com

    If you have questions, please see the FAQs or contact your chapter relations manager. We look forward to working with you!

Chapter Leader Day is an opportunity for chapter leaders from around the country to network, share ideas, and learn about ATD resources. Chapter Leader Day programming focuses on addressing common chapter challenges, identifying best practices for running a chapter, and provides face-to-face networking opportunities for chapter leaders. 

ATD's International Conference is the premier event for talent development professionals, with more than 10,000 attendees from over 80 countries. Share insights and best practices with colleagues, network with the smartest people in the profession, and learn from world-renowned thought leaders. You won’t just be keeping up with the latest trends; you’ll be staying in front of them.

Top 5 reasons to attend:

  • Largest conference in the field providing the most choices for your development
  • 300 top rated educational sessions
  • World-renowned speakers
  • Networking with like-minded peers from around the world
  • World-class expo

Webcasts

Chapter Leader Roundtables 

The Chapter Leader Roundtable is a virtual discussion open to all chapter leaders as an opportunity to come together and share ideas that work. Held every other month, each Roundtable will be driven by a single question. Come prepared to share your answer and to learn from fellow chapter leaders in these lively discussions and leave the Roundtable with a list of great ideas that work.

Monday, August 21, 1 p.m. ET: Succession Planning
What best practices does your chapter have around succession planning?

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Chapter Leader Webcasts

Wednesday, September 13, 12 p.m. ET 
Communicating the Value and Return on Investment (ROI) of Chapter Leadership

There’s a paradox of volunteer leadership. People are drawn to a cause, a need, or an opportunity to make a difference on an issue that matters to them, but they also desire some benefit from their volunteer experience, such as have the opportunity to learn something new, strengthen skills, build a social network, receive training, or enjoy status and public recognition.

Based on award winning research, this webinar will provide you with compelling data that demonstrates both the personal and financial benefits of volunteer leadership. You will be armed with information you can use to create a compelling message to recruit new volunteer leaders to your chapter.

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Looking for more? 

Previously recorded chapter leader webcasts

Upcoming ATD webcasts

All chapter leaders are invited to attend these free virtual learning sessions!

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