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Chapter President-Elect Announced

We're pleased to announce that Dr. Travis Kahle is our President-Elect, and will serve as Chapter President for the 2023-2024 term. Travis is a past ATDWV Chapter President, and has worked in higher education since 2012 where he has worked as an adjunct instructor, admissions representative, and career services director. He obtained his Doctor of Executive leadership degree from the University of Charleston, where his research interests included the impact of forgiveness on leadership and Positive Leadership theory. As a native West Virginian, he is passionate about education and economic development in the Mountain State.

We want to congratulate Travis for his upcoming term, and wish him the best for the term ahead.

Please Complete Chapter Member Survey

In November, all chapter members will be sent an invitation to complete our Chapter Member Survey. We would like to ask our members to complete the survey as the data will help us better understand what things are working for you, and what things aren't. Your voice is important, so please complete the survey right away.

If you're not a member yet, but would like to share thoughts to the board, please reach out to us using the links on the Board of Directors page.  

Upcoming Events

    • Wednesday, February 22, 2023
    • 6:00 PM - 7:15 PM
    • Via Zoom (Link provided to registrants.)
    Registration is closed

    Clear Communication –
    How to Get W
    hat You Ask
    For and Need”

    6:00 - 7:15pm

    Lori Zukin, Ph.D.

    CEO and Founder at Zukin Leadership

    ATD  West Virginia is proud to participate in the ATD Regional Webinar Series.

    This collaboration of 8 ATD chapters (including West Virginia, Central PA, Greater Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Mid NJ, Northern NJ, Long Island, & New York City.) is bringing together the best of our networks to provide world class presenters and content. 

    We look forward to sharing these webinars with you throughout 2023!

    About This Event

    This session will help you develop clear communication strategies for asking for what you need. You will be given the vocabulary to better understand the various types of requests and how they are best relayed to colleagues. For example, upgrading “soft asks”, which can create confusion and end up with a missed deadline, to clear and actionable requests. Beyond language coaching, you will learn a practical framework for holding yourself and others accountable for improving performance at the individual and team level. In addition, you’ll receive a tool for handling breakdowns in accountability. Following the session, you will be equipped to transform your teams’ conversations – to help you do your job, and do it well.

    Together we will:

    • Unlock the tools to ask for what you need and deal with breakdowns in accountability
    • Learn to recognize the differences between a “soft ask” and a “clear request” and between a “hedge” and a “clear agreement.”
    • Engage in valuable conversations around communication, accountability, and productivity

    About Our Presenters:  


    CEO and Founder at
    Zukin Leadership

    You can contact and/or connect with Zukin Leadership using the following options: 

      Lori Zukin, Ph.D., is founder and CEO of Zukin Leadership. As an executive, team coach, and consultant, Lori empowers her clients to do what they love, and love what they do. She supports clients across a broad range of sectors from the NFL to Under Armour and Baker Tilly to Slalom Consulting.

      A faculty member at Georgetown University’s Institute for Transformational Leadership, Lori draws on her days as an executive at Booz Allen Hamilton—leading a team, building the business, and developing others—to relate to leaders’ needs and support breakthrough moments.

      Webinar Registration

      • A link to attend the webinar will be included in your registration confirmation email.

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