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Participant Assessment and Program Evaluation

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Daniel R. Tobin

The use of a 360-degree assessment for each learning participant is a fundamental building block of the entire program. But what about the use of other assessment instruments within the program? There is certainly no lack of assessment instruments on the market. Along w... More »

Best Practices in Developing High Potentials

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ASTD Staff

As aging baby boomers retire from the senior ranks of corporate America, there are fewer potential leaders ready to take their places. This dilemma creates a demand for tomorrow's leaders that is rapidly outpacing their supply. Between the smaller numbers of Generation ... More »

Emerging Talent: Will They Be Going, Going, Gone?

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Frederick A. Miller

Who will lead us through the next 30 years? The answer may be no oneand that leadership vacuum may come sooner than we think. This is not the way massive societal change is supposed to work. Typically, people begin to grapple with change, then leaders emerge and flock t... More »

Five Fallacies About Time

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Lisa Haneberg

One of the barriers middle managers face regarding time is their perception of time management. How many times have you heard yourself, or a fellow middle manager, utter these statements: Time is precious. There is never enough time! If it aint broke, dont fix it. If it... More »

The Care and Feeding of T&D Professionals

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Melissa Westmoreland

If you manage talented training professionals, now is not the time to lose them. When the economy starts rebounding, people who have been in stagnant no-raise situations will head for the door. The problem is that the people who leave will most likely be your top perfor... More »