Join us for our fall book club as we breakdown a case study from the book, Work the Problem by Kathryn Stafford!
This interactive discussion will be lead by ATD Buffalo Member Usha Sahadeo.
Note: while it does help, you do not have to read or finish the book to attend this event!
This book can be purchased on the following websites:
Why use LinkedIn as a Talent Development Professional?
During this webinar we will lead the attendees through a discussion of Why talent development professionals should be using LinkedIn. The attendees will become aware of numerous tips and best practices related to creating their professional LinkedIn, the most relevant and useful Network on LinkedIn as well as practical and immediately usable tips creating a professional reputation through LinkedIn. Attendees will be encouraged to ask questions.
About the Speaker
Teddy Burriss is a LinkedIn Trainer & Coach. Teddy delivers workshops, seminars, webinars, speeches and 1:1 coaching focused on guiding business professionals on the best practices and tactics of using LinkedIn as a business tool. Teddy is a practiced Toastmaster, trained as a Sandler Sales Professional, Certified Career Transition Coach, DDI Certified Facilitator, Certified Social Media Strategist. Teddy loves to blend his experiences in Organizational Development, Outplacement Coaching, Human Resources, Leadership Development, Business Management and Life into the work he does with this clients and students.
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Share a cup of coffee, tea or a breakfast smoothie with your peers the last Friday of every month. This casual setting is a place to share best practices, explore ideas, develop and refine your work, and brainstorm solutions for challenges you're facing.
Coffee & Connections is free to ATD Buffalo members and non-members! Just plan to BYOC (Buy Your Own Coffee). Let's build our talent community one cup at a time!
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