Thank you for your interest in presenting at ATD Chattanooga! ATD Chattanooga members represent various areas of workplace learning and talent development including but not limited to trainers, human resources professionals, coaches, instructional designers, educators, organizational development practitioners, managers and executives, consultants, and other professionals dedicated to furthering professional and personal development opportunities for themselves and their teams.
We seek presenters willing to share* real-world examples and practical tips in line with the ATD Capability Model attendees can apply in their workplace environments.
If you are interested in speaking at a Chattanooga Area ATD event, please complete this Speaker Proposal. To submit Speaker Proposal or if you have any questions, please email us at email@example.com.
|Gain visibility to industry and other local professionals||Networking with peers and local industry professionals|
Share your knowledge as a subject matter expert
|Flexibility to present in person or virtually|
Additional event promotion to members of other organizations such as Southeast TN SHRM events
|Have your program submitted for HRCI and SHRM-PDC credits**|
|Option to share additional content to attendees and/or our newsletters||Event marketing for specific event including website, email, and other social media||Addition to Verified Speakers List on Chapter Website|
*ATD Chattanooga is a nonprofit educational association with a responsibility to its members to carefully manage its resources. Generally, speaking at an event is done on a voluntary, unpaid basis. Speaker's individual event expenses are not covered unless expressly agreed upon in writing beforehand.
** HRCI and SHRM-PDC credits are made possible in partnership with Southeast TN SHRM
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