The “workforce of the future” will be one of the most diverse in almost every way: people representing combinations of different generations, races, ethnicities, gender identities, abilities, and religious backgrounds will come together in the corporate space to achieve the goals of the organization. How do we as talent development professionals support and enable them?
Join a panel of learning leaders from some of the Midwest’s largest organizations as they discuss the future of work and learning.
- ATDChi Announcements
- Workforce of the Future Predictions & How We Support Them in 2021 and Beyond
- Introduction of Panelists & Discussion
- Wrap up
|Neighboring ATD Chapter Members
||$10 (with code)
|The CARA Group
||Free (with code)
President and CEO
The CARA Group, Inc.
Michelle Reid-Powell is the President and CEO of The CARA Group, Inc. Michelle has been a member of CARA’s leadership team since 2011 where she has been passionately devoted to elevating the performance of CARA’s team and clients. Prior to CARA, Michelle held strategic leadership roles in the learning and change management arena at companies including McDonald’s Corporation, marchFIRST, and Arthur Anderson.
Director, Talent Management
Kym is a strategic and business-oriented global HR professional with 10+ years’ experience leading diverse teams, designing talent programs and processes, and developing L&D and D&I strategies from the ground up in the healthcare, consumer packaged goods (CPG), and insurTech industry.
Director, Talent & Leadership Development
As the Director of Talent & Leadership Development at ITW, Ellen enables business growth and a high-performing organizational culture by implementing end-to-end talent programs and initiatives that attract, grow and retain a diverse, talent leadership pipeline. Ellen earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign and a master’s in Human Resources & Industrial Relations from the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities.
Global Talent Development Leader
Michael Poll leads the global talent development team at AbbVie focused on elevating talent through development for 47,000 employees across 72 countries. AbbVie combines advanced science, expertise and passion to solve the world’s most serious health issues and have a remarkable impact on people’s lives. Michael previously created and led learning functions at companies spanning various industries including manufacturing, insurance, technology and higher education. His thought leadership has been featured by Chief Learning Officer, Bersin by Deloitte and the Association for Talent Development, and he recently was recognized with the Learning in Practice Award from Chief Learning Officer.
Director, Allstate Enterprise Learning
Rose Sheldon is a passionate leader who supports organizational transformation through education innovation. As the Director of Enterprise & Development, Rose is leading Allstate’s journey to enable employees to learn and ultimately meet the future workforce needs of the company.
ATD Certification Institute Pre-Approval
ATD Chicagoland Chapter programs are pre-approved by the ATD Certification Institute for continuing education credits towards recertification by Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD) and Associate Professional in Talent Development (APTD) credential holders.
SHRM Professional Development Credits Pre‑Approval
ATDChi is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®
This event will grant the attendee 1 PDC from SHRM. Activity Number is: 21-DDKAC
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