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Writing Better Learning Objectives Job Aid

Patti Shank | December 01, 2016 | Job Aid

Well-written learning objectives get training off to a beneficial start because they tell us what content, activities, and assessments are needed. The more precisely learning objectives are written, the easier it is to write focused instruction. This job aid will help you write better, more focused learning objectives for you next training program.

Job Aid: How Cognitive Load Creates Better Instruction

Patti Shank | September 20, 2016 | Job Aid

Don’t waste learners’ time on unnecessary information! This job aid gives instructional designers a quick overview of cognitive load and provides quick principles to help eliminate extraneous cognitive load.

Learning & Development Trends in India 2014

Section 1: Key Indicators
ATD Research, Harvard Business Publishing | November 24, 2014 | Research Report

Learning & Development Trends in India, 2014 is a collaborative study between the Association for Talent Development (ATD) and Harvard Business Publishing (HBP). The two groups utilized research tools based on the annual ATD State of the Industry report to study the results of 56 organizations that completed the survey conducted in 2014. The research aims to take the pulse of learning and development practices in India and allows organizations to benchmark their learning and development programs.

Virtual Leadership

Section 1: Managing the Rise of the Virtual Workplace
ATD Research | March 01, 2013 | Research Report

Virtual Leadership: Going the Distance to Manage Your Teams provides insight into the realm of how organizations are preparing their leaders to manage virtual staff or staff in other countries. The report is based on in-depth analysis of the results of a survey conducted in April 2013 of 505 learning leaders from myriad of organizational sizes, industries, country headquarters, and regions of operations. Interviews from learning leaders offer real-life examples to the importance of training management to leader virtual and global staff.

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