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Certificate or Certification: That is the Question

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Jennifer Naughton

Certified Professional of Learning and Performance (CPLP), Certified Financial Planner (CFP), and Project Management Professional (PMP)the qualifications landscape can be a confusing alphabet soup. Reading the title, you may wonder: Is this a trick question? Certificate... More »

The Four Levels Are Still Relevant

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Can you believe that my four articles on reaction, learning, behavior, and results were printed in T+D more than 50 years ago? Immediately, they began to get the attention of workplace trainers. Some called them the "four levels" while others named them the "Kirkpatrick... More »

The Future of Succession Planning

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William J. Rothwell

ONLINE ONLY: Click here to access Figure 3. In one of the many succession planning presentations I have delivered across the world, I was recently asked, "What is the future of succession planning?" My answer focused on four changes that I see happening: a move from suc... More »

Taking the Burn out of the 360° hot seat

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Your staff has just been through a 360-degree feedback process, and you have been tasked with distributing the results to each individual. You have the report in-hand, but how can you approach the conversation assure that the leader (the person being rated) is open to t... More »

Who Is the Boss?

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Good managers get things done. They translate a leader's vision into action, take on the projects that everyone else thinks are impossible, and get the people around them to achieve more than they ever thought possible. Managers move us and our organizations forward. Un... More »