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
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
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
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.
EXC H A NG E
48 I SOCIAL MEDIA: TWEET SUITE
49 I COMPANY NEWS: THE PULSE
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