TRACOM is pleased to share that we will be exhibiting and speaking at ATD 2019 International Conference & Exposition in Washington, D.C. May 19-22. Visit us at Booth #1709 to learn more about what holds you back with our interactive “Ah-Ha” game. This curious and fun iPad application reveals your personal “Ah-Ha’s” to help overcome barriers to success.
Cognitive Biases: The Hidden Barrier to Effective Learning Programs
Wednesday, May 22 | 8:15-9:30 am | Room: Liberty Ballroom IJKL Marriott Marquis
TRACOM’s Dr. Casey Mulqueen, Senior Director of L&D, unearths the reasons why your training may not be as effective as it could be. This dynamic session will help you understand human biases and how they affect L&D. You’ll see firsthand how to embed information about biases into L&D programs to help learners overcome their effects. Learn more about Casey’s session.
Curious about enhancing your Social Intelligence skills? Learn more about how Social Intelligence helps us Communicate, Connect, Innovate and Adapt in this whitepaper.
Social Intelligence accelerates human performance by transforming the way we Think, Act and React in more positive and productive ways. This whitepaper discusses the imperative for — and science of — accelerating human performance to achieve Social Intelligence. But first, we must break past biases holding us back.
Resilience: The One Skill You Need From Every Employee
Tuesday, May 21 | 4:30-5:30 pm | Room: 208, Convention Center
TRACOM’s Director of Client Success, Dan Day, leads the discussion on “How do we manage our emotions and behaviors when we experience obstacles thrust upon us by society and business?” By becoming Resilient—the skill most required to adapt to change—organizations can improve leadership, drive engagement and enhance diversity and inclusiveness. This dynamic presentation reveals the power of teaching Resilience as a foundational skill. Learn more about Dan’s session.
Curious about the benefits of Resilience? Learn more about the era of workplace stress and how developing Resilience skills can manage our emotions and behaviors when change happens.