UC BERKELEY: "45 years in 45 minutes: Learning & Development, Wherefore art thou?" with Lance Dublin

  • 14 Jan 2016
  • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
  • UC BERKELEY EXTENSION - GOLDEN BEAR CENTER

Registration

  • (formerly Mt. Diablo ASTD) This includes STUDENT Members of ATD SF East Bay.
  • $18 if paid online / $20 at the door.
  • Please show student ID at registration upon arrival.
  • Requires registration code.

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Join Us for Networking, Snacks and a Meeting Titled

45 years in 45 minutes:

Learning & Development, Wherefore art thou?
Featuring Lance Dublin


Question: If you had the chance to have a master of your profession, a recognized leader in the field at the summit of a long and distinguished career distill all his lessons-learned from the challenges, breakthroughs, insights, and “ah-ha moments” down to a 45-minute mentoring session for the ages, would you take it?


Well, then this is your one chance


Lance Dublin has been a learning and development professional for over 45 years. Lance began his career by re-inventing his own high school by co-founding one of the first “University Without Walls” programs in the US, Antioch College/West (now Antioch University).  He then went on to found The Dublin Group, a leader for over 15 years in developing custom solutions to enable and enhance workforce performance, and in implementing large-scale change initiatives.  For the most recent 15 years, Lance has been consulting in the areas of:

  • Revitalizing learning
  • Implementing change
  • Transforming organization
Along the way, he became a recognized leader in the field, authored and co-authored a number of books and articles, and delivered more than 500 talks, workshops, concurrent sessions, workshops and keynotes at industry conferences around the world. 

“Lance challenges dogma and established models to lead people to breakthroughs!”


As one might imagine, over that time he has seen a lot, done a lot, worked in all types of organizations from small to mega, and from national to international. This afforded Lance the opportunity to collaborate, share with and learn from some highly-esteemed colleagues in learning & development, and a wide range of other fields. He made mistakes and hit some out of the park, but throughout his career he learned and gained valuable perspectives.  

 

In this session, Lance will distill the past 45 years into his "top ten lessons learned” such as:

  • Mistakes to avoid
  • Specific learnings to act upon - Post Haste
  • Breakthrough insights that will change and expand your perspective
  • And so much, much more

Before concluding, you get the opportunity to get your questions answered, challenge his ideas and have yours challenged as well, and to engage in what should be a lively and thought-provoking discussion, all of which (as anyone who knows Lance can tell you), he truly encourages and enjoys. 


Takeaways:

  • You’ll gain a longer-term and more expansive perspective on the learning & development field from an industry leader
  • You’ll be challenged to look at your work and your career in new and different ways
  • You’ll develop new insights into the field that may well change your future

Who should attend?


SPECIALTY:

Trainers, developers, coaches, managers, executives, workplace learning and performance improvement specialists

CAREER LEVEL:

At past sessions, everyone from entry-level to CLOs have raved at how much they gained from hearing Lance talk (“The Creative Abrasionist”)


Reserve your spot today!


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You're invited. Join us! Bring a friend!

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About the Presenter:


Lance Dublin: Management consultant, author & speaker, Lance is based in San Francisco, California and serves clients worldwide.  He applies his expertise in strategy development, program design, change management and organizational development to powerfully revitalize organizational learning, implementing change, and transform learning organizations.  He brings to his work 45 years of experience in adult education and training, communication and change management, organizational design and development, and new technologies and business re-engineering.


Lance Dublin has worked across a wide range of industries including financial services and insurance, technology and information services, pharmaceutical and health care, oil and gas, chemical, communications, hospitality and food services, and both the government and non-governmental agencies.

Lance is a regular speaker and keynote presenter at regional, national and international conferences.  In addition, he is the author of numerous published articles, co-author of the capstone book in ATD’s e-learning series, “Implementing e-Learning” and a contributor to ATD’s “Handbook of Training Design and Delivery”, Elliot Masie’s “Learning Rants, Raves and Reflections,” and Marc Rosenberg’s “Beyond e-Learning.”


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The Registration Process

Use the "REGISTER' tool to the left as follows:

  • TO PAY BY CREDIT CARD: Click on the "Register" button (above left), register, then click "Pay Online" 
  • TO RSVP & PAY BY CASH OR CHECK AT THE DOOR: Click on the "Register" button and fill out the online registration form. When complete, a "Pay Online" button will appear. You are registered and should receive an email confirmation. It is not necessary to click "Pay Online" if you intend to pay at the door. 
  • If you have questions, email or call Joe Novosel at 707-332-8972.

Walk-ins are welcome, but pre-registration helps us with food orders and room set-up. Sorry, we cannot offer refunds.

Pricing (Includes Snacks & Beverages)

  • Non-members: $20
  • Discounted Rate for Mt. Diablo (ATD SF East Bay) Chapter Members: Just $10 (with online registration)
  • Discounted Rate for Members of Other Chapters$15
  • Student Rate$10 with online registration 
    (please show student ID at registration upon arrival)

Typical Agenda

  • 6:00 pm Networking, Registration, hors d'ouvres & beverages 
  • 6:30 pm Keynote presentation
  • 7:30 pm Meeting Adjourns / Optional "After the Show" Networking Begins

Professional opportunities are usually 

mentioned during the meeting

Location

UC Berkeley Extension - Golden Bear Center

1995 University Ave., 2nd Floor in a classroom

Berkeley, CA 94704


Directions: Yahoo Maps


From I-80

  • Take University Avenue East
  • Go 1995 University Ave. (on the left side of the street)

Parking

  • City Street Parking
    • Free after 6:00
  • City Parking Lot
    • Behind the 2000 block of University Avenue, The Berkeley Way Parking Lot is located on Berkeley Way at Henry (between Shattuck Avenue and Milvia Street).   This parking lot uses Cale Park EZ pay station machines for payment. These machines require a minimum 12 minute purchase of $0.30 for all credit card (only) transactions. 
  • More nearby parking lots & garages

Public Transportation

  • BART: Nearest station: Downtown Berkeley
  • AC TRANSIT - Closest major intersection: University Ave. and Shattuck Avenue 

Directions: Yahoo Maps

Pic of UC Berkeley Extension Campus on University Avenue in Berkeley California

Prospective Speakers


Interested in speaking at one of our Monthly Chapter Meetings? We'd love to hear from you. Please check out our PROSPECTIVE SPEAKERS page for more information.



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