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ETDA SUmmit 2022

The Great Reset

ETDA Summit on Mega Trends

Workforce – Culture – Talent

January 20-23, 2022


Never before has the world of work changed as dramatically as it has since the pandemic began.  Gaining an understanding of current and emerging trends, and staying ahead of the curve, is essential for success and our ability to effectively

serve our clients.

During the upcoming Summit we will examine some Mega Trends and how they will impact the future world of work. Together, we will explore ways we can leverage this knowledge to inform how we do business, the products/services we offer, and how to best partner with our clients as they navigate these novel unknowns.


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Mega Trends

Enabling the New Remote and Hybrid Work Environment

The Search for Meaning and Purpose

Business and Sustainability

Race, History, and Unconscious Bias, and the Effects on the Way We Work 


Virtual Guests: During the 2022 Summit, we will have a series of 60-90-minute segments focused on Mega-Trends.  We will invite different subject matter experts who will focus on a specific trend. 


Trend Exploration Exercises: Between each speaker or panel, participants will engage in exercises and dialogue around provocative questions to discover the possibilities within each trend and how it can be leveraged to inform our individual professional development and how we position our businesses and the products we offer to better serve our clients.


Young Workers Live Perspective:  We will invite a number of young people in our field to the Summit, who will provide perspective on each topic from their point of view after each trend presentation and participate in our small group dialogue.  Our membership is (ahem) aging and we see this as a way to create some diversity in age and recruit new members who will add

value to the organization.  



The Annual Summit has been a key community event for ETDA since its inception. An intimate gathering of about 30 people, our goal is for members to achieve value in the following three areas.

      • Practitioner Enhancement - Striving toward exemplary practices for practitioner practice. Examples include activities that enhance skills, knowledge or competencies through models, tools and/or processes.
      • Business Operations - Providing opportunities for building business acumen and and best practices. Examples include speakers, peer learning groups and coaching circles.
      • ETDA Community - Building and maintaining relationships within our Community. Examples include networking, shared meals, hospitality activities and other fun events.

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