Leaders work hard in learning and development groups to make it to the next leadership rung. But the mentors and support networks that helped those leaders along the way may not be equipped to provide the type of advice and counsel needed for further growth and success.
Recognizing this gap, business leaders from TimelyText and eParamus, supported by the Association for Talent Development-Research Triangle Area Chapter (ATD-RTA), established two Learning Leadership Roundtable groups. Now open nationally, the learning roundtables meet virtually once a month. The participants have open discussions about topics of their choice, share their experiences, and learn from one another. There are no fees for joining the roundtable groups.
Leaders who attend the Learning Leader Roundtable sessions manage a training function. Most are responsible for learning outcomes at the organizational level, and, depending on the size of their organization, might supervise direct reports.
Executives who attend the Learning Executive Roundtable sessions are thought leaders who can reach and influence others at the highest corporate levels. Learning executives are often at the height of their careers with titles such as director and vice president. Most are responsible for the growth, accountability, and profit and loss for one or more of their company’s learning organizations. They are often integral to talent (employee) development and customer engagement. And their attentions are focused on planning strategy and broad business concerns.
Roundtables for Learning Leader Executives
Learning Leaders come together to discuss topics that are important to them in their role—sharing best practices, learning from one another, and building a network they can count on.
Complete the form to sign up for the Roundtable. Start by selecting which type of Roundtable group you want to join: