Vision: Create a World that Works Better Mission: Empower Professionals to Develop Talent in the Workplace
Create a World that Works Better
Empower professionals to develop knowledge and skills successfully
Whom We Serve
Our members and customers are professionals who help others achieve their full potential by improving their knowledge, skills, and abilities in the workplace. They go by many titles: talent development managers, trainers, instructional designers, performance consultants, front-line managers, workplace learning professionals, and more. ATD’s members come from more than 120 countries and work in organizations of all sizes and in all industry sectors.
Code of EthicsThe Code of Ethics provides guidance to individuals to be self-managed talent development professionals. Clients and employers should expect the highest possible standards of personal integrity, professional competence, sound judgment, and discretion. Developed by the profession for the profession, the Code of Ethics is the public declaration of talent development professionals’ obligations to themselves, their profession, and society.
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ATD Tulsa Board Adopts Cultures of Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion Statement from ATD President and CEO Tony Bingham
In reaffirming the ATD Code of Ethics and the Non-Discrimination and Equal Opportunities provisions within the ATD Tulsa Chapter Bylaws, we adopt and support the following statement issued by ATD President and CEO Tony Bingham on June 2, 2020:
"Injustice, inequality, and racism, in every form, are reprehensible. If we want to create a world that truly works better we must do the hard work of building cultures, communities, and workforces that are equitable, where diversity and inclusion are not buzzwords, but ingrained in the fabric of who we are and how we live and work. As we help our communities and workplaces, we must address the systemic inequality and injustice facing members of our society.
The ATD community is global and inclusive. The work that our members do day in and day out is focused on learning, unleashing human potential, and creating opportunity for others. Today, that work takes on new meaning, new relevance, and new impact.
We are committed to helping build cultures of diversity, equality, and inclusion. Listening to each other with empathy, learning, and understanding will help us work together to create a path forward for our communities and workplaces."https://www.td.org/insights/a-statement-from-atd-ceo-tony-bingham
Are you interested in expanding your leadership skills and expanding your network? The ATD Tulsa chapter has several vital committee positions where you can get your feet wet in leadership and grow your organizational skills. And, it may look great on your résumé! Contact Chapter President Linda Jenkins to get involved!A Brief History of the Chapter