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Learning to Live Film

February 01, 1975 | TD Magazine Archive

Reviews the short film series 'Learning to Live.'

1975 Looking Ahead

Malcolm Knowles | January 01, 1975 | TD Magazine Archive

Focuses on opinions of several members of the training and development/human resources profession on problems facing practitioners and how they are going to cope with them. Redefinition of the trainer's role; Problem of assisting all types of people to adapt to change; Helping to improve the productivity of their organization.

The Supportive Environment

Coleman L. Finkel | January 01, 1975 | TD Magazine Archive

Shares author's observations on designing and planning of a conference center. Design of a facility to support the learning objective of a meeting; Failure of training and conference planning professionals to give attention and emphasis to critical factors involved in the interrelationship and interaction between an individual and the meeting environment; Debate on the contribution to meeting success of the proper facility.

Take a Professional Approach To Meeting Planning

Lloyd G. Cooper | January 01, 1975 | TD Magazine Archive

Offers advice to training directors on planning for a training program. Searching for a meeting location; Cost consideration; Resource materials for meeting planning and management; Availing the assistance of national and international firms which specialized in organizing conventions and exhibitions.

Equity January 1975

January 01, 1975 | TD Magazine Archive

Examines the purpose of the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA). Facilitating all people's learning about and practicing equity between men and women in the world of work; Attempt to create work and environmental conditions for men; Benefits of the law to male senior citizens; Attempt to increase the Gross National Product.

A Behind the Scenes Look

Edward E. Scannell | January 01, 1975 | TD Magazine Archive

Focuses on the American Society of Training and Development's (ASTD) 1975 National Conference, titled `Showcase of Training Excellence,' at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. Design of the program; Program preparation; Target audience; Selection of a conference theme; Guest speakers for the conference.

Training Newsbeat January 1975

January 01, 1975 | TD Magazine Archive

Reports on news and developments on training in the United States, as of January 1975. Training program for miners sponsored by the mining equipment manufacturer, Hecla Mining Co.'s Lakeshore mine in Arizona, the Central Arizona College in Coolidge and the LakeShore Inc., U.S. distributor of Wagner Mining Equipment products; Popularity of weekend business meetings among companies and associations wanting to control costs and increase their productivity.

New Training Tools January 1975

January 01, 1975 | TD Magazine Archive

Presents training tools and materials. Series of audio cassettes for supervisors by George Odiorne; 3M Videocasstte Contact Printer Model UCP-1 for use in education, government and industrial training; Series of sound filmstrips with audio cassettes and handbook; Computerized simulation of a sales force; `The Art of Public Speaking: Secrets of the Great Orators and Readers'.

Feedback & Objectives

January 01, 1975 | TD Magazine Archive

Comments on Walter W. Palmer and Charles C. Dean's article `Increasing Employee Productivity and Reducing Turnover,' published in the March 1973 issue of the `Training and Development Journal'. Purpose of objectives; Author's conclusion derived from the article; Example of performance measurement.

Executive Continuity Book

Charles H. Vervalin | January 01, 1975 | TD Magazine Archive

Reviews the book `Executive Continuity,' by W.R. Mahler and W.F. Wrightnour.

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