Event Calendar

Upcoming events

    • 09/28/2020
    • 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM (EDT)
    • Virtual - link will be provided after registration
    • 97
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    Over 20 years ago our chapter, looking to serve networking needs of members in the Lancaster/York areas, formed LYN (for Lancaster/York Network).  Since most members who attended were from Lancaster it was renamed Red Rose Learning Community.  For now, it is virtual but still hosted from the Red Rose city with a focus on forming a community of practice where we share our successes and challenges in a caring group of like-minded professionals.

    Each month we use an article from CLO magazine as a topic to consider when we meet and the article this month is about the importance of organizational culture in the time of COVID-19 and the role learning and development plays; although it is not unusual to spend all our time discussing current issues members bring up during our opening welcome.  So be prepared to tell everyone what you are working on; what challenges you are having; what resources you are looking for.  And, be prepared to contribute your knowledge and experience with others.

    You will receive information to the Zoom meeting room upon registration.  Questions or suggestions?  Contact your host rick@teamapproach.com



    • 09/30/2020
    • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM (EDT)
    • Virtual - link will be provided after registration
    • 78
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    Whenever you have more than two people, there’s bound to be conflict. Disagreements are a natural and inevitable part of any work environment. It’s when they go unresolved that tensions rise, energy is wasted and productivity suffers.

    The ability to address contentious situations is a challenging skill for most people. Rather than avoiding conflict, it should be embraced as an opportunity to learn, adapt and respect one another as you work toward an agreement that is mutually acceptable to all team members.

    This interactive program offers insights into your own work style and communication “hot buttons.” You will not only explore situations that challenge you most, you’ll learn to manage your emotions and to express your opinions in a productive way that leads to acceptance and agreement.

    During the program, you will have the opportunity to:

    • Identify personal hot buttons and their role in disagreements.
    • Give others the benefit of the doubt.
    • Moderate opinions open up to potentially great ideas.
    • Apply techniques that empower team members to disagree diplomatically.


    Facilitator Bio:

    We are excited to have the Dale Carnegie team leading this event.  Dale Carnegie, a global training company, has been in business for over 100 years. They help companies and individuals better lead, sell and communicate in their marketplace. They are members of the chamber and have an office locally in Camp Hill.

    David Osborne is an Executive Organizational Development Consultant and F2F Trainer / Digital Team Facilitator & Producer with Dale Carnegie & Associates, Inc. In 2017, he won Digital Trainer of the Year as voted by Carnegie’s global clients. As of 2020, he has facilitated and produced over 7,000 hours of online training. Over the last 5 years, he has been the keynote speaker around the world for industry conferences like Hospitality Next Generation (HTNG), the Retail Executive Summit (RES), and the National Multi-Housing Council (NMHC).

    Prior to joining Carnegie in 2005, David spent 10 years in the Information Technology Sector as a Business Analyst & Project Manager for hire with companies like Hewlett-Packard, One America, and the United Way.






    • 10/08/2020
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Virtual

    Partner Event with the ATD Buffalo Niagara Chapter

    “TWO-PART Virtual Workshop: Fostering a Culture of Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging”

    Note that Central PA ATD chapter members qualify for a FREE partner rate. Click here to register on the ATD Buffalo Niagara Chapter site. Once there, enter this code: BUFF716

    Event Details:

    Start: Thursday, October 08, 2020
    End: Thursday, October 15, 2020
    Schedule: 2 sessions
    #1. Thursday, October 08, 2020, 11:30 AM 1:00 PM (EDT)
    #2. Thursday, October 15, 2020, 11:30 AM 1:00 PM (EDT)


    Webinar Description:

    We live in a time of monumental change, and the workplace is not immune. In the wake of the murder of George Floyd and the rallying cry for change, organizations must prioritize their people by centering workplace diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice (DEIJ) commitments. Yet knowing what to do and how to do it often challenging. Participants of this workshop will learn practical research-based strategies that are effective for making their workplaces more inclusive and equitable.

    In this two-part workshop, participants will:

    • Establish a common language related to DEIJ
    • Assess where they are on the journey towards inclusive excellence
    • Define four types of racism
    • Learn practical research-based strategies and tools that are effective for making their workplaces more inclusive and equitable
    • Develop an action plan for implementation


    About the Speaker

    Latise Hairston, PhD, PCC, CCMP, CDP

    Executive Coach, Facilitator, & Transformation Strategist, HOPE Consulting

    Latise Hairston is a global transformative leader who guides, empowers, and assists people in developing creative solutions to life’s challenges. She advocates for all human beings (especially for the disenfranchised) and influences systems to create practices, policies, and cultures that respect individuality and focuses on diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice.

    She has counseled and coached hundreds of individuals, leaders, and organizations in the government, non-profit, and corporate sectors, including one of the world’s largest hospitality companies. She designs, manages, and facilitates enterprise-wide innovative solutions around strategic planning, change management, and leadership. 

    Latise is also the Founder and Chief Creative Officer of HOPE Consulting. She specializes in creative problem solving, instructional design, diversity, equity and inclusion, training/facilitation, leadership, and organizational development. Additionally, she is an adjunct faculty member in the Department of Business, Management, and Leadership at Medaille College. Latise began her career working in various roles within child welfare, advocating for children and families.

    Latise holds an M.S. in Counseling, M.S. in Creativity and Change Leadership, and a Ph.D. in Leadership and Policy (with a concentration in Organizational Development). She is also a graduate of the Buffalo Niagara Partnership Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Academy. Latise is a certified professional coach through the International Coaching Federation, Certified Diversity Professional, DISC Behavioral Analysis Trainer & Consultant, Change Management, and FourSight facilitator, among other certifications. Latise has presented at numerous conferences and is a published researcher.

    Her work integrates the latest in neuroscience, positive psychology, change management theory, and social justice. She is deeply committed to exploring social responsibility, transformational leadership, transition and change, cultural fluency, diversity, and wellness with her clients. 

    When working with organizations, Latise’s strategy for success is to establish a learning community, an environment in which there are partnerships and collaborations, a commitment to productive, creative, and useful time together, and a willingness to take risks and learn from each other. Using a multitude of tools, techniques, and focus areas, she inspires and encourages leaders to shift from a fixed mindset, when needed, to a growth mindset.

    When not working, Latise enjoys trying new things, traveling on new adventures, and eating different cuisine. This has led her to places such as Morocco, Paris, London, Amsterdam, Ghana, and multiple Caribbean countries. Latise has a heart for people and the community. She volunteers with the Restorative Justice Coalition in Buffalo, NY, where she resides