October Newsletter is Live!

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As the seasons change, we learn to adjust to the falling leaves, cooler weather, and shorter days, among many other things. At TOC, we’re making changes to ensure our registrants can fully benefit from our program year! In the October newsletter you will find more information on the changes coming your way this year.  Interested in supporting TOC? Read our spotlight on a … Read More

Canceled—Roundtable: Moving from Diversity and Inclusion to Equity and Belonging- Presentation

Chris

The Training Officers Consortium (TOC) is making a program adjustment in light of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management’s memo issued 10/2/2020 which indicated that OPM must review and approve all training related to diversity and inclusion before they are used, even if those materials have been utilized in the past. Therefore, the TOC Roundtable scheduled for Tuesday, October 6th … Read More

Diversity and Inclusion Roundtable Canceled

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In light of the U. S. Office of Personnel Management’s memo issued 10/2/20 regarding training related to diversity and inclusion, the Training Officers Consortium (TOC) has decided to cancel the Roundtable scheduled for Tuesday, October 6th “Moving from Diversity & Inclusion to Equity & Belonging.” We recognize we service the Federal government and understand this program may cause a conflict … Read More

Virtual Vitality! Crowd-sourcing for resilience.

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This year has changed the way we live, work, and generally interact with others. We have all experienced some level of increased virtual connection over the past few months and we are learning to pivot with the change. Join us on September 22, 2020 from 12:00 to 1:00 pm (ET) for an interactive discussion where you will have the opportunity … Read More

Who Moved My Classroom? Going Completely Virtual for Government Trainers

Chris

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Are you one of the hundreds of government trainers who had to shift all their training online in just a few weeks? Are you facing the challenge of helping your staff create and deliver virtual training? Are you learners suffering from “Zoom fatigue?” Dr. Bill Brantley, longtime government learning and development professional, will help you navigate the new reality of … Read More

TOC 65th Annual Distinguished Service Awards Ceremony

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TOC is pleased to announce the 65th Annual Distinguished Service Awards Ceremony. The awards program was launched in 1955 to stimulate improved government-sponsored training programs through recognition of individuals, teams or agencies making significant contributions to the Federal training community. We invite you to attend the Awards Ceremony to be held virtually on September 15, 2020 from 12:00 p.m.- 1:30 … Read More

Check out our award winners!

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We are excited to announce our 2020 Distinguished Service Award winners in the September issue of the TOC Newsletter. We can’t wait for you to learn more about what made them stand out! During our first TOC Community event on September 15th, you will hear more about their work supporting learning leaders across the government. Read more about our awardees, upcoming events, and … Read More

Webinar: L&D’s Opportunity to Help Engineer the Future Organization

Chris

In this session, you will learn how L&D can 1) build its constituency, 2) enhance its effectiveness, and 3) increase its ability to help shape strategy by capitalizing on the enterprise imperative to become more flexible and adaptive. The nature of work is changing. Organizations are shifting employees from low value work (computers do easily) to high value work (only … Read More

Webinar: The Neuroscience of Gratitude – What Leaders Need to Know About This New Neural Knowledge

Chris

Imagine a community of leaders able to surpass the limitations of traditional leadership strategies and proactively address the negative consequences inherent in today’s high stress, often conflict laden, challenging work environments. Imagine leading from a strengths-based philosophy armed with the latest research and evidence-based practices in gratitude and contemporary neuroscience, in order to create more positive, collaborative, and engaged teams. … Read More