Event Details and Registration

ATDWV Webinar - Becoming a Positive Leader

  • Tuesday, September 21, 2021
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Virtual via Zoom


  • Registration is complementary for active members of the ATD West Virginia Chapter. If you are due for renewal, please renew your dues before registering for this event.
  • Registration for non-chapter members requires a nonrefundable $5 charge to help us offset the costs associated with our webinar and registration platform. A major benefit of being a member of our chapter is that it offers you free access to our webinar series. Another feature of our chapter is membership qualifies you for an annual discount on your national ATD dues also!

    Not from West Virginia? That's ok, we're a virtual chapter and welcome prospective members from outside our state as well! We'd love to have you join us!

    When you figure the discounts on webinars and national dues, membership gives you a net cost of less than one cup of coffee per month! So we think we offer a great value for the price, and your dues stay local to help enable us to keep offering events like these, and more! Thank you for considering joining/renewing with our chapter today!

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This session will cover: The importance of positive leadership and why practicing positive leadership can save your organization money and increase engagement with employees.

·          Participants will be introduced to successful examples of positive leadership and learn strategies for incorporating positive leadership into their personal leadership approaches. 

Meet Presenter 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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