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Josh Goldman, CAE, director of consulting services at Tagoras, is a learning business professional with over 20 years of experience in maximizing the value associations and other organizations provide to their markets. He has deep expertise in helping learning businesses address their stakeholders’ competency, credentialing, and workforce disruption needs.
Josh has held senior leadership positions in local, state, regional, national, and international membership associations and nonprofits with oversight of portfolios including program development, membership, component relations, partner/business development, employer services, education, competency, credentialing, standards development, and global market entry. He has gained national attention for thought leadership on association learning, shifting from compliance to competence, microlearning, and business models focused on employer value.
Josh has authored book chapters on developing a profession’s body of knowledge and on enhancing individual professional development planning.
His services and recognition includes an appointment as an ANSI National Accreditation Board (ANAB/ANSI), ASTM E2659 Certificate Accreditation Program Assessor and recently was appointed to their Industry-Recognized Apprenticeship Program (IRAP) Taskforce. He has served ASAE on the professional development council, and the ASAE Foundation on its workforce development taskforce and the development committee. He was on the ASTM International: Technical Committee E36 on Accreditation & Certification when it developed the ANSI/ASTM E-2659-09 Standard for Certificate Programs.
His work has been recognized in the following trade publications: 2018 TRENDS Most Innovative (Vested Learning), 2016 ASAE Power of A Silver Award (Microlearning initiative), 2015 TRENDS Bronze Award (Quick Bytes product), and the #6 most read story in Accounting Today (Learning How to Learn).
Josh is a graduate of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Talent Pipeline Management Academy.