ATD Launches Podcast, Welcomes Learning Tech Expert Masie

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The bimonthly podcast The Accidental Trainer will offer valuable insights about how to develop a training career.

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“Podcasts are a popular way to learn, and ATD is excited to offer this new content to our global community.” -- Justin Brusino, director of content for ATD.

The Association for Talent Development (ATD) is pleased to announce the launch of The Accidental Trainer, a new bimonthly podcast sponsored by GP Strategies. Learning technology expert Elliott Masie will be among the first guests featured on the podcast in February.

The Accidental Trainer is for corporate trainers and talent development professionals who may not have formal education in the field yet find themselves in these roles because of subject matter expertise or business needs. Every two weeks an industry expert will join host Lisa Spinelli, content manager at ATD, to discuss his path to becoming a talent development professional and valuable insights for listeners about how to develop a training career.

Masie, a learning technology expert who founded and runs the Masie Center, will join the podcast to discuss the viability of using personal technology in training. He will be taped live from the Consumer Technology Association’s annual trade show, CES, in Las Vegas, Nevada. His episode will air February 5, 2020.

Previously recorded episodes can be downloaded and include interviews with the creator of the top 50 HR blog HR Bartender, Sharlyn Lauby, management development expert Whitney Johnson, and talent development experts Bev Kaye, William Arruda, Chad Udell, and JD Dillon.

“Podcasts are a popular way to learn, and ATD is excited to offer this new content to our global community,” said Justin Brusino, director of content for ATD.

The Accidental Trainer is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Google Podcasts, and the ATD website.

About ATD
The Association for Talent Development (ATD) is the world’s largest professional membership organization supporting those who develop the knowledge and skills of employees, improve performance, and help to achieve results for the organizations they serve. Originally established in 1943, the association was previously known as the American Society for Training & Development (ASTD).

ATD’s members come from more than 120 countries and work in public and private organizations in every industry sector. ATD supports talent development professionals who gather locally in volunteer-led U.S. chapters and international member networks, and with international strategic partners.

For more information, visit td.org.

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