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How Can Trainers Minimize Risks of New Age Training

Patricia L. Fitzgerald | December 01, 1987 | TD Magazine Archive

Reveals how employee trainers can avoid legal liability stemming from the application of New Age training techniques. Violation of a trainee's religious belief; Employees' realization that they cannot separate personal history from their day at work; Need for a free and open choice to the learning experience.

Giving Employees a Future

Barbara Moses | December 01, 1987 | TD Magazine Archive

Discusses how an organization can help employees to make informed and realistic career choices to maintain productivity and job satisfaction. Misconceptions about employee career planning; Choice between employee initiated and organizationally imposed program; Manager's role and tools necessary for the program.

Four Principles of Training

Deboarh Rentfrow | December 01, 1987 | TD Magazine Archive

Urges the incorporation of four principles into a training activity to guarantee a positive impact on organizational activity. Accountability for and relevance of training; Congruence with the work tasks and trainees' frame of reference; Training objectives.

In Practice December 1987

December 01, 1987 | TD Magazine Archive

Presents news items on employee training, as of December 1987. United States Federal Aviation Administration's criticisms of Delta Air Lines' crew training; Percentage of American workers who report for work before 8:30 AM; Avoidance of premature dismissals due to insubordination.

Evaluating Career Development Fact and Fantasy

Robert W. Stump | December 01, 1987 | TD Magazine Archive

Focuses on evaluation of career development programs. Futility of any evaluative study unless someone wants it done; Involvement of instructors and sponsor's representative in the design of a study; Rejection of standardized instruments.

Issues December 1987

Laura Saterfield | December 01, 1987 | TD Magazine Archive

Presents news items on employee training, as of December 1987. Employees' child care concerns; Recognition of excellent handicapped employees; Educational materials developed by Corporate Adventure LLC.

Editors Page December 1987

Patricia Galagan | December 01, 1987 | TD Magazine Archive

Focuses on employees' acquisition of new skills. Requisites of job security; Insights from the book 'Thriving on Chaos,' by Tom Peter; Conversion of organizations in learning systems.

Focused Vision for Focused Performance

Chip Bell | December 01, 1987 | TD Magazine Archive

Discusses how companies can contribute to their employees' professional development. Search for meaning in one's work; Cultural change process implemented at a bank; Model for bifocal development; Performance management system.

Trainings the Name of the Game

Stephen Sugar | December 01, 1987 | TD Magazine Archive

Reports on the conversion of employee training into a board game. Training design process; Establishment of objectives; Board design; Development of game rules; Writing question cards; Revising and using the game.

Tech Training Videos Made Easy

Joyce A. Kozuch | December 01, 1987 | TD Magazine Archive

Focuses on the production of technical training videos. Determination of whether the videotape is an appropriate instructional medium for training employees; Quality and cost considerations; Pre-production planning; Need to balance production goals and those of the work units.

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