Webvent

Finding Your Fit

Thursday, September 27, 2018 11:00am - 12:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Amy Dinning, Learning & Development Mgr, ARRIS

Many of us question whether we can find a position, career, and organization that we fit into. Does it really exist? What does it look like? How do I find it? In this webcast, we will take a look at the puzzle pieces that make up finding your fit. Reflecting on and knowing yourself is a big factor in this equation. What are your strengths, motivators, and values and how do they determine your fit? Once you understand yourself better you can look for positions, careers, and organizations where you can contribute your best self. Please join us on a journey of self-discovery to help you make better decisions with your current and future opportunities.

By the end of the webcast, you will:

  • Identify your strengths, motivators, and values.
  • Discover three areas to evaluate with every position.
  • Analyze your current position.
  • Identify how to create fit in your current position or look for fit in a future position.
     

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Amy Dinning
Amy Dinning

Learning & Development Mgr, ARRIS

Amy Dinning is a senior training and talent development leader with extensive experience working with all organizational levels to set strategy and create, promote, and deliver talent and learning solutions designed to support the organization’s business plan. Amy is passionate about creating an interactive and enjoyable business environment that supports learning and growth.

Currently Amy is the learning and development manager at ARRIS, responsible for the global learning and development of 8,500 employees. Previously, Amy served as manager of leadership and talent development for Saint-Gobain North America. She was responsible for all leadership, talent, and people development for 19,000 employees. Prior to this role, Amy was a clinical education and learning partner for AstraZeneca.

Amy enjoys taking leadership roles. She created and is the chief facilitator of Jump Start Your Job Search Workshops, offered twice a year for the last seven years. She serves as co-lead of the ATD Leadership and Organizational Development Special Interest Group, and she is a board member, orientation leader, and programming manager for the My Career Transitions networking group. Amy has a master’s of education degree in instructional systems and design from Penn State University. Her undergraduate degree is a bachelor of arts in business administration from Grove City College. 


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