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DESIGNING AND IMPLEMENTING A FACILITATING CONFERENCE A CASE STUDY

Leonard Nadler | December 01, 1977 | TD Magazine Archive

Highlights the 1977 Senior Trainers Symposium of the American Society of Training and Development (ASTD), held in Madison, Wisconsin. Opportunity for participants to meet and interact with leaders; Encouragement of attendees to look to the future of human resource development (HRD); Lack of specifications about the sessions being offered by the presenters; Experiments with innovative training programs.

HOW TO START A SEMINAR

Alma S. Baron | December 01, 1977 | TD Magazine Archive

Discusses the importance of opening an employee training session. Facilitation of the learning process in a training situation; Structured ice breaker experiences; Argument that the time taken for input from participants is the most necessary time allotment in the training process; Importance of budgeting time to make people feel they belong in the group.

BETTER TRAINING WITH TV

Keith A. Wilkins | December 01, 1977 | TD Magazine Archive

Discusses the use of television by companies in training employees. Determination of how to use television effectively in order to attain training objectives; Misconception of equating a high-budget television production with success in training programs; Selection or criteria of a television presentation with regard to learning objectives; Role of the instruction in the viewing of a television program.

DRAMA IN HUMAN RELATIONS

Alex Tice | December 01, 1977 | TD Magazine Archive

Discusses the use of courtroom drama films to teach grievance and arbitration procedures to managers. Development of a dramatic series to train managers at General Telephone Co. of Florida; Use of the dramatic format to provide familiar surroundings and establishing realistic conflict; Program's engagement of the viewer; Presentation of the training material with maximum impact.

PRODUCING AN EFFECTIVE SLIDE TAPE PROGRAM

Stewart L. Burge | December 01, 1977 | TD Magazine Archive

Discusses the use of slide/tape programming in corporate training programs. Determination of the objectives of the program; Description of the intended audience; Creation of a content outline; Importance of the storyboard as an aid in the program's development; Reduction of all graphs, charts and titles to their simplest form so they can be easily read and understood.

HOW TO PICK A PRODUCER FOR YOUR TRAINING FILM

Phil Carspecken | December 01, 1977 | TD Magazine Archive

Presents recommendations on selecting a producer for employee training films. Consideration of professional efficiency and professional excellence; Formation of a team to view and evaluate contenders' films; Ratings of producers on estimated production costs, timetable for completing production and quality of films.

Managing for Productivity

George H. Labovitz | December 01, 1977 | TD Magazine Archive

Focuses on the 'Managing for Productivity' training package from Organizational Dynamics Inc. Videocassettes, workbooks and a facilitator's manual included in the package; Program's design to improve one's managerial skills and to serve as a catalyst for bringing together managers to focus their creative efforts toward improving the overall management of the organization; Course outline.

HOW TO PREPARE A PRODUCTION BUDGET FOR FILM AND VIDEO TAPE Book

Fred E. Hill | December 01, 1977 | TD Magazine Archive

Reviews the book 'How to Prepare a Production Budget for Film and Video Tape,' 2nd edition, by Sylvia Costa.

THE ST LOUIS UNTIED WAYA TRAINING SUCCESS STORY

Charles F. Palmer | December 01, 1977 | TD Magazine Archive

Describes the author's experiences in training managers with the United Way of Saint Louis in Missouri. Author's role as a training consultant to the Loaned Executive Training Program for the 1975 to 1976 campaign; Reversal of the per capita participation trend; Ability of United Way division directors to understand the program and to do the training effectively.

WHATS NEW IN A V

December 01, 1977 | TD Magazine Archive

Features audio-visual training materials. Inclusion of Bretford Manufacturing Co.'s overhead projector tables; Bell and Howell's Ringmaster Projector; Educational and Marketing Systems' Spectrasonic 35 rear-screen slide projection cabinet.

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