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ATD Accidental Trainer is an ATD podcast, sponsored by Canvas by Instructure, featuring bimonthly interviews with industry experts who share stories and tips about how to grow your training career. Hosted by Alexandria Clapp, ATD Accidental Trainer covers trends, strategies, and actionable information for talent development professionals.
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ATD Quart Monde rassemble celles et ceux qui veulent s’engager pour mettre fin à l’extrême pauvreté et construire une société plus juste, qui respecte les droits fondamentaux et l’égale dignité de toutes et tous. Le Podcast d’ATD Quart Monde leur donne la parole et nous plonge dans les multiples combats de ce Mouvement fondé en 1957. Réalisation : Julie Clair-Robelet Musique : Vadim Derepa/ Débute VI
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Are you a passionate champion of talent development? Looking to stay up to date on the latest chapter news, industry insights and trends? ATD Houston's 'Train To Win' is a fun and informative podcast featuring leaders in the talent development field. Join us as we work together to bridge the gaps between thought leaders and professionals who are eager to grow their skills. We understand how important it is to stay ahead in the popularly evolving world of talent development, that’s why our po ...
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Atdhe Gashi

Atdhe Gashi

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Atdhe Gashi is a IT Professional based out of the NY/CT/NJ Tri-State area. Professional IT experience that spans over 15+ years since 2008 and is primarily focused on the Finance Industry. Mr. Gashi received his B.B.A. from Monroe College, with a focus in Information Technology; Graduating with Summa Cum Laude highest honors.
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ATD NYC Unlocked

Association for Talent Development New York City Chapter

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Welcome to the ultimate podcast for talent development professionals! Whether you’re in HR, learning and development, coaching, or just curious, this is your go-to resource. We’re not your typical podcast – we’re delightfully quirky and wholeheartedly fun. Join us every Tuesday to explore trends, best practices, and tips firsthand from guest experts and industry insights. But that’s not all – we’re here to boost your career and facilitate your learning journey! Get ready for enriching discus ...
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Hadiya Nuriddin is the CEO and founder of Duets Learning and author of the new release, Quality Management in Learning and Development. In this episode, Hadiya breaks down what quality management really is and the misconceptions around it. Go beyond the limited “review process” mentality of checking for typos and broken links and learn how to think…
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Le Podcast d'ATD Quart Monde part à la rencontre de Gwendoline, Adrien, Naomie, Laura et Rodolphe. Ils et elles ont entre 19 et 30 ans et nous parlent des situations de harcèlement trop souvent vécues, de l'isolement ressentis lorsqu'on ne trouve pas de travail et du manque de choix pour les jeunes en situation de pauvreté.…
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Matt Beane is an assistant professor in the Technology Management Department at UC Santa Barbara and the author of the groundbreaking book, The Skill Code: How to Save Human Ability in an Age of Intelligent Machines. In this episode, we delve into leveraging technology and the "three Cs" of learning: Challenge, Complexity, and Connection. Matt also…
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Karin Hurt and David Dye, CEO and President of Let’s Grow Leaders, join the podcast to discuss their newly released book, Powerful Phrases for Dealing with Workplace Conflict: What to Say Next to De-stress the Workday, Build Collaboration, and Calm Difficult Customers. The duo shares practical communication techniques from their book to help start …
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Katy Chandler, the VP of Talent Management at DuraServ, developed an internal credentialing program to train her industry’s frontline technicians more efficiently and effectively. Katy shares how the program evolved to become a talent recruiting and retention tool by creating a visible career path for both new and experienced employees. She reveals…
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Cortney Marchetti, HR Director at OverDrive, and Lindsey Levinsohn, Team Lead for OverDrive’s corporate market, join the podcast to discuss how digital libraries can enhance strategic alignment for organizations. Cortney and Lindsey break down the inherent value of creating alignment, on both small and large scales. They share stories and examples …
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In an era of technological disruption, the skill gaps craze continues to grow for many organizations. Bob Mosher, CEO of APPLY Synergies joins the podcast to offer an alternative way to think about skill building. In this episode of Accidental Trainer, Bob discusses how aligning on the definition of “skill” is a crucial first step, the undervalued …
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Global leaders agree that many people across the world are feeling the impact of a “loneliness epidemic.” Speaker, author and thought leader Devin Hughes discusses the state of human connection and how loneliness affects employee productivity on this episode of the Accidental Trainer Podcast. Devin offers solutions for leaders struggling to approac…
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Depuis la fin des années 1950, des femmes et des hommes choisissent de rejoindre, dans la durées, les populations les plus pauvres pour participer à la construction d'un monde plus juste. Ils sont aujourd' près de 350 volontaires permanents d'ATD Quart Monde dans le monde. Trois d'entre eux nous livrent ce qui les a poussés à s'engager, la diversit…
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Elaine Lin Hering is a facilitator, communications coach, and author of the newly released Unlearning Silence. An expert on using your voice in the workplace, Elaine unpacks several major themes from her book, common challenges facing trainers, cultivating awareness around learned silence, and empowering others to speak up. Elaine offers practical …
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Greg Harmeyer is the co-founder and CEO of TiER 1 Performance and the author of Impact with Love: Building Business for a Better World. On the podcast, Greg offers insight on how to shift an organization toward a modernized operating model, with the goal of intentionally creating a healthier work environment. Greg details how clarity, consistency, …
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Holly Burkett is the principal consultant of HB Consulting and Evaluation Works, a performance consultancy in Northern California, and the author of Learning for the Long Run. She joins the podcast to discuss change fatigue, where it comes from, and how TD professionals can help organizations overcome common change fatigue challenges. Holly reframe…
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Dr. Karl Kapp is a well-published author, professor at Commonwealth University, and all-around expert on instructional design and technology application in the L&D field. On the podcast, he shares his yearly predictions for the industry and which trends he expects to be popularized. Karl also gives his personal method for finding the latest fads, t…
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Katrina Kennedy is a talented master trainer who’s been leading train-the-trainer for over 27 years. She joins the podcast to reveal how she puts evidence-based learning strategies into practice in her training programs. Katrina passionately shares practical examples and tools you can use to facilitate retrieval practice and reflection for your lea…
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Impassioned speaker and author of Leading Imperfectly, James Robilotta, shares how tapping into the power of curiosity can transform communities. James breaks down his framework for cultivating curiosity and reveals how starting with better questions will lead you to more authentic connection and loyalty at work and in your personal life. Tune in f…
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Lauren Weinstein, co-author of The Empowered Job Search and the Career Discovery & Enablement Lead at Microsoft, is on the podcast this week to discuss the complexities of job changes and career development. Sharing her personal story of being laid off, Lauren offers advice for those transitioning between roles, companies, and industry fields. A jo…
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That's a wrap on ATD NYC Unlocked Season 1! We're taking a short break for the holidays. We will back in 2024 with Season 2 and more engaging episodes! Here’s where to find your hosts: Marina: linkedin.com/in/marinafield Samantha: linkedin.com/in/samantha-peller If you have a talent development tip you would like to share we’d love to hear it. Plea…
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Evidence-informed learning designer and educational technology specialist, Nidhi Sachdeva, breaks down the dangers of conflating neurodivergence and learning styles. Discussing Dual Coding Theory, Cognitive Theory, and Information Processing Theory, Nidhi explains the science behind how people learn and what trainers often get wrong. While discussi…
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“They [companies] think they do a lot of learning…but they don’t really encourage that learning environment that people are looking for.” - Greg Simpson Get ready for our first ever roundtable discussion where we dive deep into identifying the factors that make learning environments effective. In today’s episode we are joined by three of our esteem…
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“...the stories that we tell ourselves can…impact how we perform, how we act, how we walk through the world.” Have you ever felt the weight of negative self-talk interfering with your professional or personal life? In this episode, we're joined by clinical psychologist Karen Bagley, who discusses the importance of figuring out whether the stories w…
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Have you ever led a workshop or training session where specific individuals consistently took center stage in discussions? In this episode, we share a creative solution, inspired by a 2018 TD magazine article written by Nikki O'Keeffe. It introduces a unique strategy: utilizing stickers to pinpoint who you'd like to contribute next. This innovative…
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Julie Dirksen is a learning strategist and author of the recently released book, Talk to the Elephant. She joins the podcast to chat about designing learning for behavior change. We discuss several topics from her book, including the COM-B behavior model, and how to map it to your behavior change interventions. Julie reveals the biggest barriers to…
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“And so in 15 minutes, this woman changed my life.” Are you ready for an enlightening journey through coaching, leadership, and the impact of embracing diversity, equity, and inclusion? In this episode we have the pleasure of speaking with Ranieka Weston, diversity and leadership facilitator, executive leadership coach, and talent strategist. She s…
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Are you looking for ways to enhance your program design skills? Join us in this episode to hear a tip that will help you do exactly that, shared by our very own ATDNYC VP of Membership, Maggie Nelson. Discover how job shadowing can be used to tailor your program to the needs of your learners and enhance your approach to program design. Additional R…
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Danielle Wallace, Chief Learning Strategist of Beyond the Sky, joins the podcast to share her passion for learner personas in L&D. Listen to her explanation of what learner personas are, the “do’s and dont's” of building learner personas, and the ways you can use personas in training. Meet some of Danielle’s favorite learner personas as she discuss…
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“We’re going to take data, we’re going to create a story, we’re going to connect what we know about people in the organization to…relevant metrics and data…” - Sy Islam Have you ever found yourself curious about people analytics and its role in talent development, or wondered how it could enhance your everyday work? In today’s episode, Sy Islam, Ph…
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Has there ever been a time when you’ve wanted to create a level playing field when facilitating an online training? Tune in to this episode where we introduce you to the 'Hot Lava' technique. Explore a simple yet impactful approach that enhances engagement and inclusivity by giving everyone the same amount of time to respond to a question or prompt…
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Belo Miguel Cipriani, digital inclusion strategist and founder of Oleb Media, joins the podcast to help us rethink accessibility. Learn how to overcome the intimidation factor of accessibility and engage in active digital inclusivity with Belo’s empowering recommendations. Belo shares his personal experience living with a disability and addresses t…
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Cet épisode nous emmène au Centre de mémoire et de recherche Joseph Wresinski, à Baillet-en-France, dans le Val-d'Oise, à la découverte des archives d'ATD Quart Monde. Des écrits, des photographies, des films et des créations artistiques recueillis depuis 1957 sont ici entreposés, témoignages du quotidien et des combats des personnes en situation d…
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Are you ready to step into the future of learning? In this episode, we're joined by Dr. Christine Janssen, the visionary founder of Edstutia, an award-winning immersive learning company that's changing the game by reshaping the way we acquire skills. Dr. Janssen introduces us to Edstutia's innovative virtual campus designed for education, learning,…
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Ready to launch your training with participants fully engaged and primed for learning? While you're prepared to facilitate, your participants might still be mentally juggling work, personal matters, or distractions unrelated to the training. In this Unlocked Insights episode we share a few tips recommended by Jenn Jackovsky, former president of ATD…
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David Dylan Thomas, Founder and CEO of David Dylan Thomas LLC and author of Design for Cognitive Bias, joins the podcast to share how L&D professionals can harness cognitive bias in their work. David reveals common cognitive biases, such as confirmation bias, illusion of control, loss aversion bias, and consistency bias, and provides strategies to …
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“...you have that intrinsic leverage…where the company really does want you for the job. And if you're able to build some leverage by asking strategic questions, they'll usually negotiate.” - Brandon Bramley ‌ Are you ready to master the art of salary negotiation and boost your compensation? In this episode, we're joined by Brandon Bramley, the Fou…
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If you’ve ever felt nervous about attending a networking event, you’re not alone. Often in our field, we are the ones creating events that involve networking and face the challenge of making them inviting. In this episode we discuss an innovative concept developed by Robbie Samuels called Croissants vs. Bagels. Robbie asks individuals attending his…
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Mallory Flynn, Content Manager of Organizational and Career Development at ATD, joins the podcast to discuss the latest projects she’s been working on. Mallory shares what it was like to work behind the scenes on the newly released, ATD’s Organization Development Handbook, and how the book was specifically created to support L&D professionals navig…
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Are you ready to discover how soft skills can have a meaningful impact in your organization? Join us in today's episode, where we have the privilege of hosting Scott Asai. Scott not only shares his definition of soft skills but also emphasizes their critical role in the manager's toolkit. As a seasoned coach, speaker, and facilitator of manager tra…
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Louise Hendey, CEO of Erickson Coaching International, joins the podcast to discuss how a coaching mindset can build critical skills and resiliency in the workplace. She shares common ways organizations leverage coaching, including leadership development, team collaboration, and innovation. Louise also describes the interconnected role that social …
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Are you ready to take a deep dive into the world of talent development?Welcome to the intro episode of Unlocked, ATD NYC’s new podcast! In this brief episode we offer you a glimpse into the types of insights and tips we will share each week to help you thrive in your career. We also add in a healthy dose of trivia to keep things fun and interesting…
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Kris Newbauer, Chief People Officer and Head of People and Talent at Rotary International and author of Aligning Instructional Design with Business Goals, breaks down his eight-step framework that TD professionals can apply to strategically identify business needs, define success, and design curriculum with evaluation in mind. Resources: · Kris’ ne…
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Markus Bernhardt, Chief Consultant for Endeavor Intelligence Insights, is an AI and digital transformation strategist. He joins the podcast to help us set realistic expectations about AI. He breaks down how large language models are built and explains why hallucinations in AI tools like Chat GPT will continue to occur. He also reveals how L&D profe…
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Embrace your IT career with the expert guidance of Atdhe Gashi. Discover the transformative power of technical mastery, problem-solving finesse, and interpersonal skills, and explore how to forge a path of continuous growth.
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Welcome to another episode of the ATD Houston podcast! Today, Bruce sits down with two remarkable guests, Greg Harmeyer and Ben Wipperman from TiER1 Performance, a valued sponsor of the ATD Houston chapter. Greg and Ben, both seasoned experts in performance improvement and talent development, shed light on TiER1 Performance's cutting-edge solutions…
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Destery Hildenbrand, XR Solution Architect at Intellezy, joins the podcast to discuss extended reality (XR), and its evolving role in L&D. Destery defines XR, AR, VR, and MR with a quick “reality check”. He shares his impressions of the Apple Vision Pro product announcement and the implications new immersive technologies like this may have for L&D,…
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As a highly accomplished IT professional, Atdhe Gashi is passionate about technology and relentlessly driven to innovate. Born and raised in a small town, Atdhe developed a keen interest in computers and programming at a young age. Recognizing his potential, he pursued a degree in Computer Science, where he honed his skills and laid the groundwork …
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Atdhe Gashi is a trailblazer in the IT industry, driving groundbreaking technological advancements that revolutionize our lives and work. With unwavering dedication and a visionary mindset, he pushes the boundaries of what is possible in the digital landscape.
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Annie Murphy Paul, author of The Extended Mind, joins the podcast to discuss the benefits of thinking outside of the brain. Our conversation explores how to enhance our thinking abilities by harnessing the power of our bodies, our environments, and the people around us. Resources: AMP’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/anniemurphypaul AMP’s Website: ht…
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Join us for an insightful discussion with Atdhe Gashi as he imparts valuable lessons from his experience as a senior system engineer. Gain practical tips, industry insights, and guidance for aspiring professionals looking to make their mark in the field.
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