How to Create a Great TAG Team: Tips for Developing Successful Training Advisory Groups

  • 21 Aug 2012
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Crow Canyon Country Club


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How to Create a Great TAG Team...


Tips for Developing Successful 
Training Advisory Groups

Would you like to increase your visibility within your organization? Would you like to offer learning that receives full support, participation, and attendance from all levels of the organization?  The purpose of the Training Advisory Group (TAG) is to serve as a resource to Learning and Development to ensure the development and delivery of exciting, quality, targeted programs and to serve as ambassadors to the organization in support of learning!

By the end of this program, you will learn how to:

  • Select, invite, and on-board TAG members to become supportive members of an Advisory Group
  • Create a team of champions using methods and tools such as the Team Partnership Agreement ®
  • Hold high functioning TAG meetings that foster two-way feedback and a collaborative approach to developing high quality learning within the organization

Presenter: Throughout her career Luanne has been successful in incorporating a blended approach to learning.  Her facilitation style is both inspiring and educational. She provides interactive exercises designed to inspire action and actively involves participants in the training process to deepen their learning.

Luanne has a Masters of Arts degree in Management and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Organizational Communication.  She’s held Board positions for the Institute of Management Consultants (IMC) and the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD).

Luanne has over 25 years of consulting, facilitating, and coaching experience.  Her clients include: Disney, Chevron, PayPal, CareerBuilder, Applied Materials, John Muir Health, Lawrence Berkeley Lab, Cheesecake Factory, Charles Schwab, Wells Fargo/Wachovia, Union Bank, Hewlett Packard, Safeway, various cities and counties.  She is also a faculty member at American Management Association (AMA) and Brandman University and was profiled in Training Magazine featuring her success as a Training and Development Executive.

The New Registration Process

Use the "REGISTER' tool to the left as follows:

  • TO PAY BY CREDIT CARD: Using the registration tool, on the third screen select the "credit card" button and continue. ALSO, select "show name on list of attendees" at the bottom of the next page to indicate you'll be there. 
  • TO RSVP & PAY BY CASH OR CHECK AT THE DOOR: Using the registration tool, on the third screen select the "MANUAL" button and continue. ALSO, select "show name on list of attendees" at the bottom of the next page to indicate you'll be there. 
  • If you have questions, email or call Angie Kutlik at 925-484-4087.

Walk-ins are welcome, but pre-registration helps us order the right number of dinners. Sorry, we cannot offer refunds or credits.

The Price Includes Your Meal

  • Discounted Rate for Mt. Diablo Members: $35
    (also for Sacramento, Las Vegas & Golden Gate chapter members)
  • Guest / Non Member Rate: $40
  • Student Rate: $30
    (please show student ID at registration upon arrival)

Regular Time, Date and Agenda

We meet every 3rd Tuesday of each month.

  • 5:30 pm Networking
  • 6:00 pm Dinner begins
  • 6:30 pm Keynote presentation
  • 8:00 pm Meeting Adjourns /
    Optional "After the Show" Networking Begins

Professional opportunities are usually mentioned during the meeting.


Crow Canyon Country Club
711 Silver Lake Drive
Danville, CA 94526

Directions from 680

  • Take Crow Canyon Blvd East
  • Go Left on El Capitan (Tahiti will be on your right)
  • Take the 1st right to enter the Crow Canyon Country Club
  • Tell the Guard you are attending the ASTD Event
    Drive straight the parking entrance is about 100 yards
    ahead on your left.

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2415 San Ramon Valley Blvd. #4401
San Ramon, California, 94583

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