2017 Events

We're looking for additional locations to host our chapter events......contact Ryan Curran (ryantcurran@gmail.com) for additional details

  Save these dates:

Thursday, February 16, 2017

    • 2017 Kick-Off @ U.S.S Chowder Pot (Hartford, CT) from 6:00 to 8:30
    • Members are free
    • All others $10; Students $5

Thursday, April 6, 2017

Thursday, June 2, 2017

Thursday, September 7, 2017

Thursday, November 2, 2017

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Events at Other Area Chapters

Talent Development Professionals:

We hope you're thinking about committing to developing your own talent in 2017. ATD Membership and learning events are here for you. You spoke --we listened.  Join our chapter today and take advantage of a discount on national ATD membership!

Membership and
Power Membership rates for 2017 

Volunteer Opportunities

Share your talents! We are looking for help with the following:

  • Event Programming
  • Communications & Marketing
  • Social Media
  • Membership
  • Web Master/Web Design

If interested, please send an email to ryantcurran@gmail.com

Resources of Interest

For a limited time, a webcast overview of the ATD "2015 State of the Industry Report" is available to non-members.

Visit www.td.org to register for the one-hour archived presentation.

April guest speaker, Adam Weisblatt, 
Learning Technologist, came to us from Nielson and provided exciting examples of how trainers can be innovative leaders with technology on a limited budget. He encourages experimentation and devotes a Facebook page for providing his recommendations for free and inexpensive tools and applications. 


Join dozens of people who follow Adam on Twitter to exchange ideas and answer questions.


Check out Adam's trainer's technology blog, "Creating Understanding" at 

Free Webcasts from ATD National!

Link to ATD Upcoming Webcasts

Free Webinars from Training Magazine!

Link to TMN Webinar Schedule

December's Holiday Networking 2015 using applied improv was fantastic!

Find out how for-profit and non-profit organizations are using "applied improv" techniques to build better teams, develop stronger leaders, facilitate creative problem solving, and more!

Visit www.ConnectAndImprov.com

Also read TD Magazine articles:
"Innovation and Improvisation..."
 "The Dichotomy of Creativity" 
"Leadership Improv: Use Yes, AND..."

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