The Central Florida Chapter of ATD (ATDCFL) Facilitator Bureau has created this free repository of expert contacts to provide an added-value to members by giving registrants an opportunity to share their expertise with others. Further, other ATD chapters, professional organizations and businesses might access when they need a facilitator for a professional development event.
The learning and development professionals in this facilitator bureau have years of expertise training employees while addressing a multitude of workplace issues and in organizational development in various industries, educational institutions and the government, ATD chapter leaders and meeting planners are encouraged to search our listings to identify facilitators for upcoming chapter events.
Guidelines and Requirements
Registrants in the Facilitator Bureau must be active ATDCFL chapter members to remain in the database. They agree not to charge a facilitator fee when presenting programs to other ATD chapters. They may be reimbursed for actual expenses and may accept any presents or honorariums given by a chapter in exchange for facilitating a program. They may also negotiate special facilitation fees and expenses for longer professional development events conducted by an ATD Chapter.
Facilitator Bureau registrants may charge negotiated fees for all non-ATD chapter events. The fees determined are strictly between the contracting party and the facilitator and ATDCFL has no interest or involvement in the process other than to provide this listing as a member/community service. New facilitators are added on a regular basis.
Neither ATDCFL, nor its Officers and Directors, endorse, represent or warrant any of the facilitators included in this directory. The listings herein are for informational purposes only and anyone using a facilitator should perform due diligence. Most facilitators will provide biographies, sample materials and references upon request.
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