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Selling T&D in the Organization

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Terrence L. Gargiulo

Note: This article excerpted from Building Business Acumen for Trainers: Skills to Empower the Learning Function and is used with Permission by the Publisher, Copyright2006 John Wiley & Sons. Listening is an essential skill for selling T&D in an organization. Li... More »

To Niche or Not to Niche, That Is The Question

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Halelly Azulay

Through all of the school- and job-related decisions I have made in my life, one question always comes to the forefront: Must I choose a specialty? It started when I had to select a college major. Then my first job. Then a master's dissertation topic. And so on. I've be... More »

Insanity Is Just a Project Constraint

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Lou Russell

You've had it. You've been leaving voicemails and emails for your customer about decisions you need made that are holding up your delivery of her project. You've even tried to catch her in the hall to no avail. Today, you are copied on an email from this customer to her... More »

Measures To Consider When Evaluating Training ROI

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People often ask questions, such as, "What kinds of metrics are most commonly used to measure ROI?" There then follows discussions on the kinds of measures used, or that shouldn't be used, and sometimes the conversation goes off track and conflict brakes out. While peop... More »

Ignoring Sexual Harassment Just Got More Expensive: Five Tips To Prevent Lawsuits

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My first job after graduate school was working for the U.S. federal government in the Office of Personnel Management (OPM). A few months into the job, a woman air traffic controller sued her boss and co-workers in the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for creating a... More »