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Developing Effective Managers with ATD's ACCEL

Wednesday, July 31, 2019 11:00am - 11:30am EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Ryan Changcoco, Senior Manager, Management, Government, and Healthcare, ATD and Eliza Auckerman, Project Manager, ATD

Join ATD's Ryan Changcoco and Eliza Auckerman as they discuss the launch of the newest ATD program focused on developing managers. This three day certificate program will focus on ATD's ACCEL Management Framework.
Learn about the five key areas that ATD identified to help you and your managers become more effective at developing talent:

  • Accountability
  • Collaboration
  • Communication
  • Engagement
  • Listening & Assessing

Follow this link for more information about the program: ATD Certificate in Management Development
 

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Presenters

Ryan Changcoco
Ryan Changcoco

Senior Manager, Management, Government, and Healthcare, ATD

Ryan Changcoco is the senior manager for ATD’s management and healthcare communities of practice. His primary responsibility is to partner with subject matter experts from all over the world to develop content in the areas of management development, leadership, and healthcare training and administration. Prior to working at ATD, Ryan served as a business consultant for several large healthcare organizations, including Blue Cross and Blue Shield. His specialties include: project management, healthcare administration, and management consulting. Ryan received his degree in public administration from Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan.


Eliza Auckerman
Eliza Auckerman

Project Manager, ATD

Eliza Auckerman is a senior instructional design project manager for product development in ATD Education. In this role, she works with highly qualified subject matter experts and a talented facilitator pool to create quality educational offerings across all modalities. Prior to working at ATD, Eliza worked with other professional membership organizations and government training non-profits. She holds a BA from the College of William and Mary and a Master of Education in Instructional Design and Development from George Mason University.