Training Industry Quarterly - Fall 2008 - (Page 35)

PEER REVIEW JOSH BLAIR used his position as CLO as a launching pad to being the chief HR officer for TELUS, Canada’s second-largest telecommunications company. In this case, a little education definitely helped him make that connection. BOB DEAN has married his business background to his love of education to create an award-winning career as a learning leader. What’s the secret for ensuring the longevity of this happy union? Passion, of course. In the following pages, we'll introduce you to three learning leaders you should know. We'll also let them share in their own words some advice, inspiration and guidance to help you make an impact on your organization, the way they've impacted theirs. MARK MYETTE knows that there’s more to life than call reports and billing statements. That knowledge led him to leave a sales position to manage corporate education, and it’s kept his career paying off. If you know of a learning executive who should be spotlighted and profiled in the Peer Review section, please let us know at Training Industry Quarterly, Fall 2008 / A Training Industry, Inc. ezine / 35

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Training Industry Quarterly - Fall 2008

Training Industry Quarterly - Fall 2008
At the Editor's Desk
Ezine Email
Winning Organizations Through People
Before You Buy...
Learning Technologies
Informal Learning: Embracing Web 2.0
Leveraging Cutting-Edge Technologies for Learning
Reshaping the Learning Function to Think and Act Globally
The Importance and Growth of Customer Training
Meet Josh Blair
Meet Bob Dean
Meet Mark Myette
Training America's High-Flying Heroes
Closing Arguments

Training Industry Quarterly - Fall 2008