Hidden Trainers presented by Scott Agnew
“The only true competitive advantage a company has is its employees’ ability to learn, grow and change so they can discover, improve, innovate and meet the challenges of a dynamic marketplace” (T.Denton, Life Cycle Institute).
Every learner in your organization holds undeveloped skills and hidden talents that have the power to improve productivity and work performance. The trick is finding ways to tap into these resources and use them effectively.
During this session we’ll discuss feedback tools you can use to discover the hidden skills of your employees. We’ll also talk about ways of motivating those folks into stepping forward to share their skills with their coworkers.
Lunch is available for purchase in the Mystic Café. Please feel free to bring with you to the Prairie Room.
Guests are welcome!
Note: This is a program offered through the Bismarck Mandan Geographic Interest Group of the ND ATD Chapter. This event is held in Bismarck.
Scott Agnew is the Training Services Supervisor for the Minnkota Power Plant located in Center. Scott has a Bachelor’s degree in Energy Management and will complete his Masters degree in Technology Education this spring. Before joining Minnkota, Scott worked as an Assistant Professor of the Power Plant Technology program at Bismarck State College and has experience both as a classroom and online instructor. Scott has earned an Adobe Captivate Training Certification and has developed over 60 computer based training modules using the Captivate product. He currently uses Captivate to develop technical training material for Power Plant employees across all departments.