Have you read that book that you wish everyone in your circle knew about?
Have you found that book that you tell everyone about - whether they ask or not?
How about that book that you keep handy or - better yet - keep re-reading?
Well here is your opportunity to share with the entire Free Agent CoP group. We are having our 1st Free Agent Book Share. Bring your favorite business book (or at least the title and author) and we will give you the chance to tell us all about it.
Presenters: Heather Archer and Stephanie Hubka
Heather Archer launched her training company, Training de Jour, after many years of waiting and preparing. Prior to launch, she worked as an in-house Training Specialist for over 25 years in a variety of corporate settings. She has developed and presented training on a wide range of applications, from Microsoft Suite to custom, proprietary products. She is a Master Trainer through the Association of Talent Development (ATD) as well as currently holding MCT and MOS Master Certifications. Heather presents training with an eye to adapting technical and/or complex training to an ever-changing environment to support change management best practices. She also enjoys, for some reason, working with the cranky and “challenging” participants.
Stephanie Hubka wants to live in a world where learning is exciting and inspiring and training is recognized as a natural driver of an organization’s strategy. As the managing partner at Protos Learning, her work focuses on learning innovation and technology, training design and delivery, and evaluation. During her career she has designed, developed, and delivered hundreds of instructor-led and online learning events for global audiences. She is also the co-founder and travel writer for Road Unraveled, a website that encourages people to use their vacation time.
A graduate of Carnegie Mellon University, Stephanie is a Certified Professional in Learning and Performance (CPLP). She is a past president of the Metro DC Chapter of ATD and serves as a National Advisor for Chapters for ATD, and she is the communications chair for the International Association of Continuing Education and Training (IACET). Her passion for training is equaled only by her love of exploring the globe; an avid traveler, she has visited all 7 continents, 60 countries, and all 50 US states.