Career Moves: Be Strategic About Your Future

Thursday, September 19, 2013 10:00am - 11:00am EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
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Do you know what you need to be outstanding in the Training and Development field?  Have you thought about what your next career move should be? With so much happening so quickly in the workplace, it’s often challenging to figure out how to focus your efforts and take the right actions to grow your career.  This webinar will focus on what it takes to stand out, make a difference, and build a strategy for managing your career and moving forward.

Come and learn about how you can leverage the latest workplace and learning trends, together with the newly revised ASTD Competency Model to:

* demonstrate your value
* begin to identify your key competencies and 
* put it all together to stand out and move your career ahead successfully. 

Learn some powerful ideas and try out some practical exercises that will jumpstart your thinking and set you up for success.  Managing your T & D career today requires a solid strategy.  Participate in this webinar and begin to build a strategy that will work for you.



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Annabelle Reitman
Annabelle Reitman

Annabelle Reitman has more than 40 years of experience in career coaching and counseling, specializing in résumé development that targets clients’  individualized professional stories as well as short-term coaching for people in work transitions, enabling them to successfully continue their career journey. Reitman is an established writer and author in the career and talent management arenas. Her latest publication is  ASTD’s Infoline, “Talent Engagement Across the Generations” (March 2013). She is co-author of a forthcoming coordinator’s handbook for mentoring partnership programs, a model developed with Sylvia Benatti, to be published by ASTD Press in the spring of 2014. Reitman holds doctorate and master’s  degrees in higher education administration from Teachers College, Columbia University.

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Caitlin Williams, PhD, is an author, speaker, trainer, and coach whose passion is bringing out the very best in the people she works with. Williams helps individuals and organizations identify opportunities to shine through improved performance, the demonstration of strengths, and the pursuit of making a difference in the world. Originally from Ohio, Williams spent the last eight years living and teaching in the Bay Area and Silicon Valley. She recently moved to Asheville, North Carolina, where she continues to coach and speak about workplace issues and about the value of focusing on strengths in work and in life.


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