Beltway Broadcast
Strategies for Designing and Developing Learning Scenarios with Hadiya Nuriddin

Strategies for Designing and Developing Learning Scenarios with Hadiya Nuriddin

October 20, 2021

In this episode of Beltway Broadcast, your Metro DC Chapter of ATD hosts Hadiya Nuriddin. Hadiya is an accomplished learning and development professional with 20 years of experience in learning strategy, instructional design, e-learning development, and learning facilitation. She is the CEO of Duets Learning and the author of StoryTraining: Selecting and Shaping Stories that Connect, published by ATD. In this episode, Hadiya discusses the benefits of using stories in training, explains how to find the right story, shares characteristics of scenarios that are most useful for facilitating learning, and provides practical tips on how to become a better storyteller.

If you’d like to learn more about Hadiya, visit her company’s website.  

For more info about the Metro DC Chapter of ATD, visit DCATD.org

Episode Credits:

Series Announcer: Julie Waters

Hosts: Christina Eanes, Stephanie Hubka, Laëtitia Gnago, and Halyna Hodges

How to Prepare and Defend Your Training Budget with Lianabel Oliver

How to Prepare and Defend Your Training Budget with Lianabel Oliver

October 13, 2021

In this episode of Beltway Broadcast, your Metro DC Chapter of ATD hosts Lianabel Oliver. Lianabel is the CEO and chief learning officer at OBALearn. She is a recognized expert and speaker in the field of cost management and management accounting. Lianabel is the author of several books and the TD at Work Preparing and Defending Your Training Budget. In this episode, Lianabel discusses the importance of financial literacy for TD professionals, explains why you should plan first and budget later, and shares tips on how to prepare and defend your training budget.

If you’d like to learn more about Lianabel, visit her company’s website.  

For more info about the Metro DC Chapter of ATD, visit DCATD.org

Episode Credits:

Series Announcer: Julie Waters

Hosts: Christina Eanes, Stephanie Hubka, Laëtitia Gnago, and Halyna Hodges

Energy Leadership with Nicoletta Pichardo

Energy Leadership with Nicoletta Pichardo

October 6, 2021

In this episode of Beltway Broadcast, your Metro DC Chapter of ATD hosts Nicoletta Pichardo. Nicoletta is the Business Mindset Coach and the owner of Navigo International Coaching Institute. In this episode, Nicoletta shares the concept of energy leadership and explains how it can help you change the way you see the world. 

If you’d like to learn more about Nicoletta, checkout her LinkedIn profile or visit her website

For more info about the Metro DC Chapter of ATD, visit DCATD.org

Episode Credits:

Series Announcer: Julie Waters

Hosts: Christina Eanes, Stephanie Hubka, Laëtitia Gnago, and Halyna Hodges

Negotiation Strategies That Can Positively Stop Work Drama with Linda Swindling

Negotiation Strategies That Can Positively Stop Work Drama with Linda Swindling

September 29, 2021

In this episode of Beltway Broadcast, your Metro DC Chapter of ATD hosts Linda Swindling. Linda is a negotiation speaker, author and co-author of more than 20 books, and expert who empowers leaders to negotiate everything from big deals to workplace drama. Chosen as a Top 30 Global Guru in Negotiation for 2020, Linda is a frequent media guest, and a TEDx presenter. In this episode, Linda shares her incredible strategies that can positively stop workplace drama.  

If you’d like to learn more about Linda, checkout her LinkedIn profile or visit her website.

For more info about the Metro DC Chapter of ATD, visit DCATD.org

Episode Credits:

Series Announcer: Julie Waters

Hosts: Christina Eanes, Stephanie Hubka, Laëtitia Gnago, and Halyna Hodges

Learning Science for Talent Development Professionals with Clark Quinn

Learning Science for Talent Development Professionals with Clark Quinn

September 22, 2021

In this episode of Beltway Broadcast, your Metro DC Chapter of ATD hosts Clark Quinn. Clark is an award-winning consultant, internationally known speaker, and author of six books. He provides learning experience design strategy to corporations, higher education, government, and not-for-profit organizations. In this episode, Clark explains how TD professionals have a responsibility to learners, organizations, and themselves to understand how learning works, and discusses how to use learning science to design effective and engaging learning experiences.

If you’d like to learn more about Clark, visit his website.

For more info about the Metro DC Chapter of ATD, visit DCATD.org

Episode Credits:

Series Announcer: Julie Waters

Hosts: Christina Eanes, Stephanie Hubka, Laëtitia Gnago, and Halyna Hodges

Books as Tools for Professional Development and Training with Zach Rubin

Books as Tools for Professional Development and Training with Zach Rubin

September 15, 2021

In this episode of Beltway Broadcast, your Metro DC Chapter of ATD hosts Zach Rubin. Zach is the Co-Founder and CEO of PBC Guru, a Virtual Book Club Management Service that empowers continuous learning for individuals and organizations. In this episode, Zach shares the different ways companies are using books for various learning needs including Book Club Courses, Core Values Book Clubs and DE&I Book Club and Movie Clubs.  

If you’d like to learn more about Zach, checkout his LinkedIn profile or visit PBC Guru’s website.

For more info about the Metro DC Chapter of ATD, visit DCATD.org

Episode Credits:

Series Announcer: Julie Waters

Hosts: Christina Eanes, Stephanie Hubka, Laëtitia Gnago, and Halyna Hodges

The Art of Effective Feedback with Karen Weeks

The Art of Effective Feedback with Karen Weeks

September 8, 2021

In this episode of Beltway Broadcast, your Metro DC Chapter of ATD hosts Karen Weeks. Karen is the Senior Vice President of People at Ordergroove and the Founder and Principal Coach of KDW Coaching. She was named one of the 2020 Notable Women in Talent by Crain’s New York Business and a recipient of the Top 50 Human Resources Professional Award in 2021. Karen is also a speaker, advisor to start-up companies, Girls in Tech NYC board member, the published author of Setting the Stage: A Guide to Preparing for Any Feedback Conversation and host of the podcast Getting off the Hamster Wheel. In this episode, Karen discusses why giving and receiving feedback can be so difficult, shares tips on how to give and receive feedback well, and explains how to create a culture of feedback in your organization. 

If you’d like to learn more about Karen, visit her website.

For more info about the Metro DC Chapter of ATD, visit DCATD.org

Episode Credits:

Series Announcer: Julie Waters

Hosts: Christina Eanes, Stephanie Hubka, Laëtitia Gnago, and Halyna Hodges

Managing Up with Mary Abbajay

Managing Up with Mary Abbajay

September 1, 2021

In this episode of Beltway Broadcast, your Metro DC Chapter of ATD hosts Mary Abbajay. Mary is an acclaimed public speaker, organizational consultant, and corporate trainer. She is the president of Careerstone Group and the author of the best-selling Managing Up: How to Move Up, Win at Work, and Succeed with Any Type of Boss. In this episode, Mary explains why managing up is good for you, your boss, and the organization as a whole and discusses how to build real relationships with people who have influence over your career. 

If you’d like to learn more about Mary, visit her website.

To download Manage Up Conversation Template, go to Manage Up Conversation Template and Tips.

For more info about the Metro DC Chapter of ATD, visit DCATD.org

Episode Credits:

Series Announcer: Julie Waters

Hosts: Christina Eanes, Stephanie Hubka, Laëtitia Gnago, and Halyna Hodges

Maximizing and Evaluating Training Impact with Dr. Jim Kirkpatrick

Maximizing and Evaluating Training Impact with Dr. Jim Kirkpatrick

August 25, 2021

In this episode of Beltway Broadcast, your Metro DC Chapter of ATD hosts Dr. Jim Kirkpatrick. Dr. Kirkpatrick is co-owner of Kirkpatrick Partners, The Standard for Leveraging and Validating Talent Investments™. He is a visionary, an expert in training evaluation, and the creator of the New World Kirkpatrick Model. Dr. Kirkpatrick co-authored three books with his father, Don Kirkpatrick, who is credited with creating the Kirkpatrick Model. He also has written four books with Wendy Kirkpatrick, including Kirkpatrick's Four Levels of Training Evaluation and Training on Trial. In this episode, Dr. Kirkpatrick discusses the importance of evaluation, shares practical tips on how to get started with evaluation practices, and explains how to use the Kirkpatrick Model to demonstrate training’s value to the business.  

If you’d like to learn more about Dr. Kirkpatrick, visit Kirkpatrick Partners website

For more info about the Metro DC Chapter of ATD, visit DCATD.org

Episode Credits:

Series Announcer: Julie Waters

Hosts: Christina Eanes, Stephanie Hubka, Laëtitia Gnago, and Halyna Hodges

Inclusive Learning Design and Digital Accessibility with Susi Miller

Inclusive Learning Design and Digital Accessibility with Susi Miller

August 18, 2021

In this episode of Beltway Broadcast, your Metro DC Chapter of ATD hosts Susi Miller. Susi is an industry leading expert on accessible learning design with over 30 years of L&D experience, a passionate advocate for digital accessibility, and the author of Designing Accessible Learning Content - A practical guide to applying best-practice accessibility standards to L&D resources. In this episode, Susi talks about the importance of designing accessible learning content, shares best practices and go-to resources on inclusive learning design, and discusses how to become an effective advocate for digital accessibility in the workplace.

If you’d like to learn more about Susi, checkout her LinkedIn profile or visit her company’s website

For more info about the Metro DC Chapter of ATD, visit DCATD.org

Episode Credits:

Series Announcer: Julie Waters

Hosts: Christina Eanes, Stephanie Hubka, Laëtitia Gnago, and Halyna Hodges

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