Next week, the Human Capital Management Federal (HCMF) Training Event will kick off a three-day series of panels and discussions on the future of federal government training. Our own Paul Terry will be speaking on the “Training And Development Best Practices” panel to discuss topics including social learning and effectively leveraging technology in the face of federal budget cuts.

HCMF is a great forum for agency leaders and human resource professionals to share best practices in HR strategies, talent management, and even innovative recruitment.   I’m particularly excited that this year’s event will cover technology-focused strategies to improve training, such as best practices in cloud computing and social networking.

Are you interested in learning more about HCMF and the Training And Development Best Practices panel?  Here are the details:

When: Thursday, November 29, 2012 at 3:15 PM (agenda)

Where: Sheraton Pentagon City Hotel, Arlington, Virginia

Topics:

  • Given current budget cuts, how can your organization benefit from free sources of training (like HRU/OPM)
  • Just in time learning/ adult learning relationship
  • Exploring social learning
  • Workforce development and training programs; learning ROI/ROE
  • Evaluating training and individual development plans

Panelists:

Sandy Wells, Chief Learning Officer & Director, Office of Strategic Employee and Organization Development, US Department of the Interior
Jeffrey Vargas, Chief Learning Officer, Commodity Futures Trading Commission
Peter Shelby, Chief Learning Officer, National Reconnaissance Office
Paul Terry, General Manager, Professional Education, Blackboard, Inc.

Register: http://bit.ly/TNhXgO

Hope to see you there! 

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