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FORT MYERS, Fla. (October 7, 2020) – As we now get more accustomed to the new norms under COVID-19, business leaders must effectively work to manage the learning function of their organizations rather than react to the day-to-day changes of the pandemic. This month’s Association for Talent Development (ATD) webinar on Wednesday, October 28 from 12 -1 p.m. will bring to the forefront the key to effective learning management.
When leading all or portions of a learning organization, it is easy to be pulled in many directions by stakeholders and corporate initiatives. Susan Minaya, COO and Chief Learning Strategist of Minaya Learning Global Solutions, will be speaking on how to develop and leverage a learning strategy to manage the learning function. It is also a tool for building stakeholder collaboration and managing learning expectations.
Susan’s presentation aligns with two domains of the ATD Capability Model:  Impacting Organizational Capability and Building Personal Capability.
After the session, attendees will be able to:

  • Explain the value of a learning strategy,
  • Identify what type of learning strategy is needed for the organization,
  • Develop a needs assessment plan to inform the strategy and
  • Leverage the strategy to plan and managing learning with business stakeholders.

Registration for this online program is $15 for members and $20 for non-members. Members are allowed one guest for free. Students are $10. Register online at: Deadline to register is Tuesday, October 27. This session is eligible for 1 ATD Educational Credit.
 About Association for Talent Development Southwest Florida Chapter (ATDSWFL)
Association for Talent Development Southwest Florida Chapter (ATDSWFL) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization established in 1990 and dedicated to the advancement of the learning and development profession and its practitioners. For more information about ATDSWFL or becoming a member, please visit

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