ISPI Potomac Workforce 21 - are you ready?
Join us as we continue our journey to empower you to develop a more agile Workforce 21.
Are you prepared to respond to the swift and often disruptive changes in your organization or the larger environment? When you look around do you see evidence of an agile learning mindset? Do you sometimes wonder how to empower yourself and those around you to embrace change?
Join us for an experiential workshop where we will explore high-impact strategies to enable an agile learning mindset through self-directed learning. In these turbulent times, self-directed learning is an essential leadership competency for the 21st Century. Each of us needs to be equipped to engage in self-directed, just-in-time learning to grow professionally; remain relevant as the digital workplace continues to shape the future of work; and to foster our professional networks, all while making a strong impact on organizational performance.
By the end of the evening, you will learn high-impact, research-to-practice methods and techniques to employ self-directed learning competencies to grow your leadership capacity and to:
- Identify the characteristic behaviors of self-directed learning
- Use self-directed learning competencies in practice
- Plan self-directed learning activities for formal, informal and social learning.
Meet our Workforce 21 leaders, Catherine Zaranis & Teresa Valais
Catherine Zaranis, CEO and Founder, Perform-Link LLC is an award-winning Performance Consultant, Instructional Designer and Educator. In 2012, Catherine founded Perform-Link, LLC. Perform-link enables individual and organizational excellence by continuously improving quality, systems and leadership. Catherine has led the re-design of instructional content for over 200+courses. She teaches EDUC 689 Connecting ISD and HPI at UMBC. She served as President of the ISPI Potomac Chapter, where she was privileged to receive a Chapter of Excellence Award. email@example.com
Teresa Valais, Instructional Designer, American University, Washington D.C, School of Communication. As a learning architect, Teresa Valais combines expertise in adult learning, instructional design, and universal design for learning (UDL) to develop the blueprints for multi-platform learning solutions. Her background includes implementing blended train-the-trainer programs and managing global online training projects. She has coached online training facilitators for over 10 years and published articles in international, peer-reviewed journals on Empowering Learner Autonomy, Emotional Intelligence, and Emotional Presence. in Online Learning. Teresa is a member of ISPI Potomac Chapter. firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s time to explore leadership innovation and our impact in the world of work…Workforce 21For more than 55 years, the Potomac Chapter of International Society for Performance Improvement has been on the leading edge of evidence-based professional development in the fields of Human Performance Innovation and Organizational Health & Effectiveness in the Washington DC metropolitan area. We are the professional home for consultants, educators, and leaders in Federal, State, and Local Government, Education, Non-Government Organizations, Non-Profits, and Commercial Businesses that want to make our world of work a better place.