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4 Fail-Proof Strategies for Developing High-Performing Frontline Managers

Sardek Love

How can you ensure your organization’s new supervisor training program is designed to produce high-performing supervisors who can deliver positive bottom-line impact in a timely manner? The ATD Creating New Supervisor Training Programs Certificate outlines four f... More »

5 Steps to Stand Out for Internal Roles

Jonathan Burston

Surprisingly, internal candidates generally don’t always perform as well as internal candidates in job interviews. Here are five steps internal candidates can take to stand out in a competitive job marketplace. More »

End the New Hire “Honeymoon Is Over” Blues

David Lee

To prevent the inevitable engagement decline that occurs after the new hire honeymoon phase, organizations need to dial into the voice of each employee. Being “dialed in” means knowing how to engage each new employee in honest, open discussions about their g... More »

Take an Employee Engagement Selfie

Kevin Sheridan

It is time to rebalance the ownership of employee engagement by empowering employees to see how engaged they really are. To do so, Kevin Sheridan advises employees to take an employee engagement selfie.  More »

Ensure Your Seat at the Table

Jennifer Stanford

How can you ensure you deserve that notorious “seat at the table”? Simple: prove that your programs have an impact on business decisions—and the bottom line.  More »