This months topic:
Train to the Brain by Jeremy Teitelbaum
Over the last 25 years we have learned more about how the human brain works than in the previous two centuries. Brain science has shown us the brain is a complex and highly advanced organ. The findings have confirmed some of what we suspected but have also illuminated how much more there is to know about workplace learning and talent development.
In this informative talk Prof. Teitelbaum shares important lessons about what we have been doing wrong, what we have been doing right, and what we need to do better to improve the learning of workers.
- Brains are not created equal. Why training needs to adapt to learners (not the other way around).
- Brain science needs to better guide our training programs (not outdated and incorrect theory).
- Technology can solve many of our problems (but not the way we are using it today).
ASTD-LA Santa Clarita Valley Special Division meets monthly on the FOURTH Friday.
Introductions: 7:15am - 7:25am (10 minutes)
ASTD update: 7:25am - 7:30am (5 minutes)
Program: 7:30am - 8:40am (70 minutes)
Needs and Wants: 8:40am -8:45am (5 minutes)
At our meetings we have facilitator led discussion on the following topics: Business Financial Intelligence, Change Management, Customer Service, Emotional Intelligence (EQ), Facilitation Skills, Leadership, Online Learning, Presentation Skills, Project Management, Strategic Planning, Teamwork, Time Management, Work/Life Balance plus open to other subjects that are considered to be useful for the Learning and Development Professional
If you have any questions regarding the ASTD-LA Santa Clarita Special Division or would like to be a facilitator at one of our meetings please contact Paul Butler at (661) 288 1004 or