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CHiP Code: CH3069

Please Complete Chapter Member Survey

In November, all chapter members will be sent an invitation to complete our Chapter Member Survey. We would like to ask our members to complete the survey as the data will help us better understand what things are working for you, and what things aren't. Your voice is important, so please complete the survey right away.

If you're not a member yet, but would like to share thoughts to the board, please reach out to us using the links on the Board of Directors page.  

eLearning Special Interest Group Launched

We're pleased to announce another great benefit for our chapter members with the formation of our eLearning Special Interest Group. The purpose of our eLearning SIG is to provide a space of collaboration for both those who are actively developing eLearning content, and those who want to learn more about the tools and technologies behind it. Membership in our eLearning SIG is free and open to all active chapter members, but pre-registration for each meeting is required. Chapter members can sign up for any SIG meeting using the Upcoming Events calendar below.  

Upcoming Events

    • Thursday, December 08, 2022
    • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Via Zoom. (Link to be provided to registrants)
    Register


    Do you have an interest in developing eLearning and want to share with your chapter peers? Join us for our Chapter's eLearning SIG!

    Participation is open to all active chapter members, please register to receive call-in information.

    • Thursday, December 15, 2022
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Via Zoom (Link provided to registrants.)
    Register

    Due to the need to ship kits to each participant, registration will close on Friday, December 9th. If you've missed the deadline, please reach out to Rob Hoitt who can manually register you for the session without a kit.

    The Power of Play: Using LSP in your Talent Development Program

    Get ready to experience "the power of play." LEGO Serious Play (LSP) is a proven method for building stronger teams, increasing engagement, and breaking down barriers to communication. For more then 20 years, companies like Microsoft, Coca Cola, and SAP have harnessed the power of LSP to build better teams. In this workshop, you will get to experience an actual LSP session and learn how the methodology can be used in your organization. No building skills required! We will send you the supplies you need after you register for the session. 

    About Your Presenter: Dr. Travis Kahle

    Dr. Travis Kahle has been in higher education since 2012 where he has worked as an adjunct instructor, admissions representative, and career services director. He obtained his Doctor of Executive leadership degree from the University of Charleston, where his research interests included the impact of forgiveness on leadership and Positive Leadership theory. As a native West Virginian, he is passionate about education and economic development in the Mountain State.


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