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Key Trends Shaping the Profession

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Justin Arneson

The principal goal of the 2013 Competency Study was to update the knowledge, skills, abilities, and behaviors first identified in the ASTD 2004 Competency Study. This work resulted in the identification of eight key trends currently driving change for training and devel... More »

Five Productivity Tips for Consultants

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Halelly Azulay

Be more productive with these tips that assimilate the latest psychology and neuroscience findings about how the brain works, how our physiology affects our ability to focus, and ways to optimize our expenditure and renewal of energy resources. More »

How to Think Like a General Manager

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Daniel Gallagher

A self-aware leader does not hinge success exclusively on hitting her budget numbers. Cross-functional love is a potent first step, but it alone won’t generate leaders who think like GMs. Collaboration and alignment are a start, but the reinvention must go deeper. More »

The Evolution of Training and Development: Defining the Next Generation of Leaders

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Neal R. Goodman

The field of training and development is at a crossroads. On one hand, employees can now access most educational information instantaneously and at no cost. Go to Google and type in How to raise penguins. Youll find more information about raising penguins than y... More »

Networking is the Goal; Social Media is the Tool

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Networking is a word that evokes dread in many people. While most of us would agree its a necessary evil, few of us know how to successfully use events to form professional contacts and lifelong friends. I was once one of those people. I have always admired how ... More »