Why yes, I do.
This was another inspiring day at the ATD Conference and Exposition here in Washington DC.
The day started with the annual State of the Association briefing this morning with ATD’s @tonybingham @rosevelezsmith and Charles Fred. (covered here)
After that, I wandered around the conference and found some great people to talk to about their learning, training, and talent management work. Their cleaned up interviews will be coming soon to this space.
I continue to be inspired by the passion for the work and the depth of knowledge of the good people I interviewed today.
- Tim Ito, (@timito4) Senior Director at ATD and author of the book Focus On Them: Become the Manager Your People Need You to Be. talks about managerial accountability and the business use case it as a key to team and organizational excellence.
- JD Dillon (@JD Dillon) Chief Learning Officer at Axonify and Principal at Learngeek.co talked about micro learning and the undervalued contributions to company success of your front line staff.
- Evert Prius (@evertprius) and I talked about AI in the real world and how AI can be leveraged in learning and training development to customize the training experience to the specific needs and skill levels of the learners.
Finally, in the couldn’t interview them today but will try in the future category:
- Craig C. Clayton @craigbclayton with a good chicken story;
- Justin Brusino @atdlearntech talked about some ways to collaborate; and
- Ryan Changcoco @atdmanagement talked about ATD’s upcoming Wayback Training Videos that should be out this summer to advertise the upcoming ATD TechKnowledge Conference in 2020.
Thanks to all the people mentioned and to all of those who provided the energy of their presence today.
If I talked to you and you didn’t make this list I apologize profusely.
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