Training Industry Quarterly - Spring 2012 - (Page 4)
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Assessing Learning and Performance
By malcolm Poulin Assessing learning and performance is a vital practice that can add value to the business. Correlating business results gives us the power to really succeed.
The Science of Engagement
By michael Lee stallard Connection improves performance. Creating a culture of connection in your organization provides a benefit in today’s competitive world.
37 DTCC Learning
By kaliym A. Islam Managing change is a challenge. At DTCC Learning, analyzing statistical data is transforming how training decisions are made.
Engaging Senior Leaders in the Learning and Development Process
By wendy Brooks Leadership involvement in learning increases the opportunity for strategic success. The key question is what part of the process will get them engaged?
40 Leadership Competencies: Delivering Results
Six Critical Measurement Mistakes and How to Avoid Them
By David Carder Organizations are losing time and money on ineffective measurement practices. Streamlining appropriate metrics helps avoid costly mistakes.
By kevin oakes Organizations that dare to be different stand out. Taking a fresh approach to leadership competencies may translate into gaining a competitive advantage.
42 Tweet Suite
The Difference Makers: Identifying and Hiring the Right People
By Dr. Bobby Baker To truly stand out, companies must deliver an experience that differentiates their brand. Hiring the right employees is the start of maximum engagement.
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43 The Pulse
Read all about it! Review top news from the last quarter to see what’s going on in the training industry.
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