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Organizational Conflict: Get Used to It and Use It

Robert Tanner

Organizational conflict can be debilitating to a manager and negatively harm organizational productivity and employee engagement. Organizational conflict does not have to be dysfunctional—you can leverage it positively with the right strategies. More »

Creating More Effective Online Training Through Interactivity - No Coding Required

Christopher Poseley

Slide decks and videos are wonderful training tools, but have you ever wondered if there is a better way to engage learners? Are you leveraging the power of computers and the Internet to bring training to life? More »

Obtaining Buy-In for Competency Model Investments

Marjorie Derven

Competency models, which define the knowledge, skills, and attitudes required for success, provide a shared definition of "what good looks like" to better target your talent and training investments. How can you convince those in authority to buy into this strategic roa... More »

Science of Learning: ASTD 2014 Conference Preview

Shawn Andrews

The science behind how we learn and perform has taken center stage recently and with good reason. Understanding how we function and what motivates us as learners and as human beings is fascinating, but ultimately, training and development professionals just want the har... More »

Leading Change Courageously

Premium Content
Walter McFarland

This webcast uses data from interviews with 60 executives in 14 Fortune Global organizations to highlight eight actions that matter in leading successful organizational change. The presentation suggests that a key leadership action involves integrating learning into cha... More »