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Alpha Male Syndrome Curb the Belligerence Channel the Brilliance

Michael Laff | December 01, 2006 | TD Magazine Archive

The article reviews the book "Alpha Male Syndrome: Curb the Belligerence, Channel the Brilliance," by Kate Ludeman and Eddie Erlandson.

SPEAK UP GET NOTICED CLIMB THE LADDER

December 01, 2006 | TD Magazine Archive

The article explains the term "managing up" and discusses various ways on how top leaders can achieve smooth relationships with their boss to obtain the desired results for the entire organization in the U.S. According to Sharon Daniels, CEO of international training and consulting firm AchieveGlobal Ltd., managing up is the ability to communicate up the chain of command. It entails sharing of ideas with the top management to provide insights. Daniels suggests that managing up starts with the foundation of a good relationship with a supportive manager who will formulate goals and direction for new supervisors.

MORE COMPANIES INVOLVED IN GLOBAL TRAINING

December 01, 2006 | TD Magazine Archive

The article reports on the results of the survey regarding global training conducted by TrainingOutsourcing.COM and outsourcing provider Expertus in the U.S. The survey found that 82 percent of the companies that provided training to employees, customers and partners are involved in global operations. The areas explored by the survey include the percentage of current budget spent on training outside of home countries, governance of global training, the use of electronic learning and learning management systems and language translations. Major challenges faced by the organizations in training include budget constraints, lack of control and distributed locations.

Good or Bad PROFILES ATTRACT ATTENTION

Josephine Rossi | December 01, 2006 | TD Magazine Archive

The article discusses issues related to the impact of personal profile online postings on the professional prospects of candidates. Instances wherein employees were dismissed from their jobs or disqualified from their application for positions are discussed. Stephen Bradford Executive Search co-founder and president Erika Weinstein says that users must assume that all their Internet postings and blogs will be viewed by employers. Journalist Sarah Needleman offers suggestions for job applicants and candidates on how to manage their online profiles.

The Little Black Book of Connections 65 Assets for Networking Your Way to Rich Relationships

Aparna Nancherla | December 01, 2006 | TD Magazine Archive

The article reviews the book "The Little Black Book of Connections: 6.5 Assets for Networking Your Way to Rich Relationships," by Jeffrey Gitomer.

The Art of Great Training Delivery Strategies Tools and Tactics

Aparna Nancherla | December 01, 2006 | TD Magazine Archive

The article reviews the book "The Art of Great Training Delivery: Strategies, Tools and Tactics," by Jean Barbazette.

Organization Development A JosseyBass Reader

Josephine Rossi | December 01, 2006 | TD Magazine Archive

The article reviews the book "Organization Development: A Jossey-Bass Reader," edited by Joan V. Gallos.

The Disposable American Layoffs and Their Consequences

Josephine Rossi | December 01, 2006 | TD Magazine Archive

The article reviews the book "The Disposable American: Layoffs and Their Consequences," by Louis Uchitelle.

GM Dealer Training Goes Global

John Zonneveld | December 01, 2006 | TD Magazine Archive

The article reports on the move of General Motors Corp. to customize the dealer training in its Africa and Middle East business region to help dealership owners manage their training needs more efficiently. The company employed the service of Latitude Consulting Group's Ready Solutions learning management system that collects, tracks and delivers reliable and up-to-date data to all audiences to meet its training needs. The training program was able to help General Motors teach its employees about the specifications, features and benefits of new car models.

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