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Shock of the New: A Framework for Evaluating New Technologies

In this video, Chad Udell provides an overview the BUILDS framework, which learning leaders can use to evaluate and assess if emerging technologies are a good fit for their learning function. To...

Not Just Another Meeting: Create An Intentional Approach with Impact

When meetings draw employees away from day-to-day tasks but fail to reach their intended outcome, it has huge costs to the organization. All too often, this happens because meetings lack...

Take It From the Top: Tim Tobin

This video profile from ATD's Take It From the Top series features CTDO Next member Tim Tobin, Vice President of Franchisee Onboarding and Learning at Choice Hotels. Tim explains his vision that...

Scenario-Based Learning

Nanci Appleman-Vassil describes the challenges, opportunities, and best practices associated with scenario-based learning.

Learn How to Communicate Trust

Trust is communicated in a number of ways, and cultural differences are important—and sometimes conflicting. In this video, Deborah Rinner, vice president and chief learning officer at Tero...

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