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How to Deal

Al Switzler | January 01, 2005 | TD Magazine Archive

The article presents information related to the book "Crucial Confrontations," by Kerry Patterson, Joseph Grenny, Ron McMillan and Al Switzler. The book takes the issue one step further and deals with disappointments that result from poor conversations, broken promises, violated expectations and overall bad behavior. It helps readers identify accountability without diminishing responsibility. The tips and information in this new book help bring about change more rapidly.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARIES January 2005

January 01, 2005 | TD Magazine Archive

The article presents information related to the field of training and development. Certificate and certification are two terms that are often used interchangeably, though they are separate and distinct. Certification programs usually have predetermined standardized criteria on which candidates are measured, usually through testing or assessment. Although future economic realities favor higher levels of education and training, a reversal in longstanding demographic trends may make it difficult to fulfill those needs.

Evaluation Yes

Kate Domenick | January 01, 2005 | TD Magazine Archive

The article presents information related to Martin Sloman's article, "Learning Evaluation or Not?" published in the September 2004 issue of the periodical. A tacit agreement may exist in organizations that developing people is good for business but exactly how good is the question. After working 25 years in the training industry, one can attest that the lack of hard data regarding the value of training is a very real drawback to positioning training as a solid business investment. The training professional is struggling with implementing systems for measuring effectiveness and is looking for direction from thought leaders on how to build simple, yet effective, processes that take advantage of metrics already being collected by the organization.

Building Career Success Skills Inventory

Personal Career Development Tool
Theodore Pietrzak, Ph.D. | January 01, 2005 | Tool

This “Career and Organizational Success Skills Inventory” will help you to rate the strengths and weaknesses of your career skills.

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