SIG: AI: Return of the Prompts

  • 27 Jun 2024
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Zoom



Curious about prompt writing?

Join Nate Rowlan and Mary Pat Jacobs as they help you revolutionize your Learning and Development (L&D) practices!

Nate Rowlan          Mary Pat Jacobs

We'll explore best practices for getting started with AI and demonstrate practical use cases that can transform your approach to:

  • Brainstorming innovative learning ideas.
  • Crafting clear and effective learning objectives.
  • Streamlining research for your learning materials.
  • Generating captivating visuals to enhance learner engagement.

We’ll have time for hands-on experimentation with AI prompts in breakouts, so you can gain firsthand experience. 

Mary Pat Jacobs Bio:

Understanding human behavior is what makes Mary Pat Jacobs tick. She’s applying her skills, knowledge, and experience as a former qualitative research consultant for Fortune 500 clients to her role as an Organizational Development Partner at Brado, a marketing firm headquartered in St. Louis. These days, you can find her collaborating with Brado leaders to create and deliver distinctive, engaging learning experiences for employees — often utilizing The Kolbe System™ as a Kolbe Certified™ Consultant. When she’s not working, she’s having intense, meaningful discussions with friends over coffee, constantly talking about feelings with her three small children, pushing herself to new limits at Burn Boot Camp, and learning how to play pickleball with her husband.

Nate Rowlan Bio

Nate Rowlan is a passionate, creative, and results-driven learning & development leader with 12+ years experience in designing engaging learning experiences, shaping organizational culture, developing leaders, and leveraging L&D know-how to increase customer success.

SIGs are an opportunity for us to collaborate with other Learning and Development professionals.  Be prepared to share challenges, experiences, and ideas! 

Connecting with peers always goes best when we can see everyone.  If you feel comfortable and are able, please be prepared to turn on your camera.

Need help sharing the why with leadership or documenting this development on your performance review?

This session Builds the following Capabilities and skills from the ATD Capability Model:

  • Personal Capability - Communication, Lifelong Learning
  • Professional Capability - Instructional Design, Training Delivery and Facilitation, Technology Application
  • Organizational Capability - Business Insight


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