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Recent Blog Postings

Relationship Management: Final Step to Mastering EQ

Katherine N. Pendergast

Building on our earlier discussions of self- awareness, managing one’s emotions, and social awareness, how can we commit to building positive productive working relationships with our colleagues, bosses, direct reports, and customers each and every day?  More »

Treat VILT Instructors Like Learners

Wayne Turmel

If the organization really wants to help make a smooth, profitable, and drama-free transition to VILT training, we all know what needs to happen. Treat VILT instructors like learners. More »

Understanding What’s Next in Talent: The Ubiquitous Nature of the People Cloud Future

Yvette Montero Salvatico

As social media and collaboration expand, the People Cloud can be found in every discipline and domain. Several factors are contributing to the ubiquitous nature of this emerging future: the proliferation of wearables, the emergence of the worldwide connectivity, and th... More »

OPM Approves ATD's Government Workforce Conference

Alicia Dickerson

The Association for Talent Development (ATD) and The Public Manager are pleased to announce that the 2014 Government Workforce: Learning Innovations conference qualifies as training for federal employees, according to the United States Office of Personnel Management (OP... More »

The New and Improved Trainer Toolbox—Part 2

Shannon Tipton

In this two-part blog post, Shannon Tipton details 10 things every L&D person should know how to do. Part 1 covers blogging, using Dropbox and Evernote, developing a PLN, curating and sharing information, and sending large files.  More »

Innovation’s Front End—Building Better Brainstorming

Karen Hough

Creativity—and the process of brainstorming—are how we get to innovation. Karen Hough discusses how to improve brainstorming sessions.   More »