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July 2014 Letter to the Community: Signing Off

Juana Llorens

Warning: This is a bittersweet post, as it is my last letter to you. I am moving on to pursue my passions in the world of scholarly publishing. I hope you continue to share your own passion for work, knowledge, and people with ATD. Rest assured, before you know it, you... More »

The New and Improved Trainer Toolbox: Part 1

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 »

To Tweet Is To Learn

Will Constantine

Do you remember the first time you heard about Twitter? I do. In the beginning, it was a way to interact with celebrities. Now, it has become so much more. More »

The Role of Direct Reports in the Coaching Process

Jean Martin

Although coaching is often thought of as a top-down activity, upward coaching is an extremely powerful opportunity. Direct reports have a unique perspective on development opportunities and can be a timely source of feedback and recognition. More »

How to Build Trust in Social Learning Environments

Randy Emelo

To build trust in social learning, consider these three guidelines that you can put into practice today for encouraging camaraderie and underscoring commitment to your learning network. More »