Webvent Academy

Bringing Professionals Together

The Case for Employee Development in Higher Ed

Monday, March 30, 2020 1:00pm - 2:00pm EDT

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Erin Strider, Senior Project Manager, ATD and David Hosmer, Independent Consultant

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It may seem ironic that having expertise in educational services means that we must also brush up on learning and development for our employees.

This webcast is filled with practical knowledge and strategies for higher ed professionals to be able to:
• Advocate for employee development.
• Provide budget-conscious employee development.
• Hear what employee development initiatives are provided in a renowned higher ed institute.
• Manage resistance to developing others.
• Apply tips and strategies to get started.


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Erin Strider
Erin Strider

Senior Project Manager, ATD

Erin Strider is a senior project manager for ATD communications and awards as well as the higher education community. She coordinates special events and programming at ATD’s annual International Conference & Exposition for these groups and manages various projects supporting communications, ATD's awards programs, students in talent development–related programs, faculty who teach talent development–related courses, and talent development professionals working within a college or university setting. She holds a bachelor of science in human ecology from The Ohio State University and has experience in association education, program/project management, conference planning, and operational logistics.

David Hosmer
David Hosmer

Independent Consultant

David Hosmer has 26 years of experience in organization development, learning and development, and coaching as a manager, director, and consultant across a variety of industries. He is a graduate of the Harvard Graduate School of Education, MIT internal Leader to Leader, and the Harvard Kennedy School’s Art and Practice of Leadership Development, and a lifetime associate member of the Career Thought Leaders Consortium. He can be reached at cascadingcoaching.com.