Training Industry Quarterly - Summer 2013 - (Page 48)

[SOCIAL MEDIA] Tweet Suite The training industry regularly shares ideas, resources and inspirations through social media sites like Twitter. Here’s a snapshot of some current conversations from around the industry and around the world. ¿ TEDS, Inc. ¿ The Forum Corporation ¿ Ken Blanchard The one Thing a Business Many top #executives believe Strengthen your mind by reading Leader Must Do to you can have #career success or something that requires effort and #work-life balance — not gain some perspective through both via @ finding quiet time to think about it. Succeed: ¿ Baker Communications tbi_warroom Three Leadership Lessons We Can Learn from Gen Y: ¿ Dale Carnegie Why is Employee Engagement Being present is a gift. Be generous Important (Infographic): by showing up and fully listening. ¿ The Brooks Group ¿ S Max Brown Performance counts in sales. But #EmployeeEngagement it is accountability that really pays. ¿ Jane Hart (C4LPT) #SalesManagement Social tools or tools that are social? ¿ eLearning Learning @hjarche: Millennials in the Workplace by @ ¿ Daniel Pink Do u want two collaborate around Interactyx Daily Best in #elearning: The six essential lessons of a content or have conversations? ¿ Shawn Murphy ¿ Jeffrey Gitomer Why You Should Wait Before As a world-class leader, your people ¿ American Management Reacting to Bad Ideas: need to see your dedication to be How to put social media to work at dedicated. How dedicated are you? satisfying, productive career: work: #Career #WorkLife #SocialMedia ¿ Impact Learning Engaged Employees Add Value ¿ Clarity Consultants How to write better analogies for learning: ia @ elearningcoach to Products and Services: #hr #custserv #cx Make a connection & join the discussion: • Join the LinkedIn group • Follow on Twitter • Like the page on Facebook 48 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