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Mentoring and Coaching Job Aids Sample

October 29, 2015 | Tool

Talented employees are underperforming, and you are charged with setting up a mentoring program for your organization. What are the goals of this program, who are the key stakeholders, and what criteria will you use to select mentors or protégés? Use this outline as a guide to help you build a strong mentoring program within your organization. 

How to Advance Your Career in Government

Michelle Carroll | October 27, 2015 | Webcast

If you work for a government entity, your career development needs differ from those in the private sector. Join us for a special members-only Ask-a-Coach webcast with career coach Michelle Carroll. Michelle will answer common questions that she hears from government employees, as well as queries posed by you during this interactive webcast. Submit your questions when you register and come prepared with additional issues on the day of the session. If you coach government employees about their careers, Michelle can answer your questions as well. Don't miss this unique opportunity for a group coaching session!

Developing Your Technical Experts Into Organizational Leaders

Bob Hewes, Alan Patterson | October 22, 2015 | Webcast

Developing technical experts into organizational leaders is critical. In today’s changing and competitive business environment, making this shift is ever more important; companies and organizations need this capability and individuals need to grow. By understanding common challenges for this group and focusing on several key areas, the presenters will map out a path to accelerate the development process.

Appreciation in the Workplace: What It Does (and Doesn’t Do) for Your Organization

Paul White | September 25, 2015 | Webcast

While employee recognition programs can be effective in acknowledging achievements and performance, they are not successful in helping individuals feel appreciated at work. Senior leaders can learn the foundational issues necessary for employees to feel truly valued and create a more positive work environment, which has been shown to have numerous benefits for the organization's functioning. Be prepared to challenge your thinking about employee recognition and communicating appreciation in the workplace. You will also receive practical action steps to help make a culture of appreciation a reality in your organization.

Leaders-As-Teachers: The Underused Tool for Developing Current and Future Leaders

Maria Ho | September 17, 2015 | Article


Although leaders-as-teachers (LAT) programs have considerable benefits for both leaders and employees, only 17 percent of organizations have formal LAT programs and another 39 percent have informal programs, according to new research from ATD and the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp). 

Who Is the Best Mentor for You?

Randy Emelo | May 29, 2015 | Article

Often, when people think about having a mentor or advisor, they think about connecting with the smartest, most advanced professional possible. This is a mistake. The best mentor for you depends on where you are in the learning continuum.

Coaching People to Change, One Step at a Time

Daniel Hallak | February 26, 2015 | Article

Each of the five stages of personal change requires a different coaching approach.

Coaching Plan for Business Impact

A TD at Work Job Aid
Lisa Ann Edwards | December 01, 2014 | Tool

In this TD at Work job aid, Coaching Plan for Business Impact, learn how to set professional goals for a coaching program that align to business goals.

Global Support

Joshua Ehrlich, Katherine Holt | June 26, 2014 | Article

The rise in global leaders creates a need for skilled global coaches to assist them.

Become a Strategic Business Partner Through Effective Training Evaluation

ATD 2014: Session W104
James D. Kirkpatrick | May 07, 2014 | Video

Sustaining a career in training requires a strategic partnership with the business that produces measurable business results. So how do you become a strategic business partner? In this thought-provoking session, an industry leader in training evaluation will outline what to do before, during, and after training to produce and document organizational results. He will provide tactics and tools for earning the trust of stakeholders and expanding your influence beyond the classroom. Training leaders will come away from this informative session armed with the information they need to become strategic business partners with their stakeholders. All training professionals will gain an understanding of the role training must play to remain viable in any organization.

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