Training Industry Quarterly - Summer 2013 - (Page 4)

IN THIS ISSUE SP ECIA L F EATU R E S 19 I HOW TO OPTIMIZE BEHAVIOR CHANGE FOR BUSINESS IMPACT BY ANDRE W GRAHAM In order to stay competitive, organizations need to implement effective training programs that produce true behavior change. 23 I ADDRESSING THE SKILLED TRADE CRISIS BY ERIC RODGERS The U.S. manufacturing industry is facing a shortage of qualified workers. Training is necessary to fill this skills gap. 27 I CULTURAL DIFFERENCES IN TRAINING BY NEIL SHORNEY It’s critical for trainers to have a high level of cultural awareness to ensure that learners receive a valuable training experience. 31 I GENDER COMMUNICATIONS IN THE WORKPLACE BY SHAWN ANDRE WS Men and women work differently. Understanding these differences is key to managing organizational talent. 35 I MEETING THE NEEDS OF GEN Y LEARNERS BY TAMARA J. ERICKSON With a sense of immediacy and technologically-driven, the millennial generation is wired to learn at a rapid pace. 39 I A LEADER’S ‘CRASHLESS’ COURSE: HELPING EMPLOYEES DRIVE CAREER DEVELOPMENT BY BE VERLY K AYE & JULIE WINKLE GIULIONI Development is a two-way street. Employees need support from leaders to guide their career path. 43 I CASEBOOK: DEVRY BY MICHELLE EGGLESTON A one-size-fits-all learning strategy no longer fits the mold. At DeVry, a blended learning solution is used to grow talent. INFO EXC H A NG E 48 I SOCIAL MEDIA: TWEET SUITE 49 I COMPANY NEWS: THE PULSE 4 Training Industry Quarterly, Summer 2013 / A Training Industry, Inc. magazine /

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Training Industry Quarterly - Summer 2013

Training Industry Quarterly - Summer 2013
From Where I Sit: Talent Management: An Emerging Business Strategy
Table of Contents
Ad Index
Guest Editor: Lessons from Shakespeare
Beyond Training
Dealing with Trust Issues
Younger Boss, Older Worker
Four Skills Needed in the Future Workplace
Survive & Thrive with Performance Support
How to Optimize Behavior Change for Business Impact
Addressing the Skilled Trade Crisis
Cultural Differences in Training
Gender Communication in the Workplace
Meeting the Needs of Gen Y Learners
A Leaders 'Crashless' Course: Helping Employees Drive Career Development
DeVry: Growing Talent with Blended Learning Solutions
Live Face-to-Face Training Still Leads the Way
Tweet Suite
Company News

Training Industry Quarterly - Summer 2013