10 Tips for the ATD BEST Awards Application

Thursday, January 31, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Kristen Fyfe, Director Of Marketing & Strategic Communications, ATD and Erin Strider, Senior Project Manager, ATD

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The talent development function plays an important role in organizational success, but doesn’t always get the recognition it deserves. Winning an ATD BEST Award will demonstrate your value as a strategic partner by raising awareness of your impact on business success.

ATD BEST winners are the benchmark for the talent development industry!

Ready to apply?

Let us help you put your best foot forward. During this webcast, we’ll walk you through the criteria and process and give you tips for a successful application.

Applications are due March 15, so don’t miss this opportunity to have all your questions answered!


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Kristen Fyfe
Kristen Fyfe

Director Of Marketing & Strategic Communications, ATD

Kristen Fyfe-Mills is the Associate Director for Communications at ATD. In her role she leads the association’s internal and external communications efforts, social media strategy, awards programs, and public policy efforts. She is the executive producer for ATD’s video projects and the creator of ATD-TV. Kristen holds a master’s degree in journalism and a bachelor’s degree in Radio-TV-Film from Northwestern University. She also holds the ATD Expert Coach credential.

Erin Strider
Erin Strider

Senior Project Manager, ATD

Erin Strider is a senior project manager for ATD communications and awards as well as the higher education community. She coordinates special events and programming at ATD’s annual International Conference and Exposition for these groups and manages various projects supporting communications, ATD's awards programs, students in talent development-related programs, faculty who teach talent development-related courses, and talent development professionals working within a college or university setting. Erin holds a Bachelor of Science in Human Ecology from The Ohio State University and has experience in association education, program/project management, conference planning, and operational logistics.