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Why You Should Get on Board the Mentor Ship

Tyler Robinson, Lynnie Martin | December 15, 2011 | Article

Before you are a leader, success is all about growing yourself. When you become a leader, success is all about growing others. Jack Welch There are many ways in which a person can learn and develop through out his or her career. Having or being a mentor provides an interactive and custom-designed education. Mentoring offers inval...

Tools for Effective Mentoring Programs (Member Benefit)

Beverly Kaye, Devon Scheef, Susan Thomas, Cynthia Way | December 01, 2011 | TD at Work

Mentoring programs provide employees the opportunity to learn from experts to develop and grow into who they want to become. Formal mentoring in organizations demonstrates a commitment to the employees, their professional development, and their success in the organization. Mentoring benefits organizations by supporting succession planning, knowledge management, and leadership development efforts, as well as by building strong business partnerships throughout the company. This Infoline gives you tools and information you can adapt in order to create an effective mentoring program at your company.

Interview Preparation

Use CAR Stories to Communicate Value
Wendy Terwelp | September 01, 2011 | Tool

It's not possible to be prepared for every question that may be posed during a job interview.  This job aid will help you learn how to use your CAR (Challenge-Action-Result) stories to communicate your value, leaving you well prepared for your interview.

A Top 10 List of Resources to Launch Your Career

Use all of the tools at your disposal to get started in your TD career
Alan De Back | August 30, 2011 | Article

The key to success in a job search and in making an intelligent decision about possible career paths is to use all the resources at your disposal.  This article provides a list of the top ten things you need to do to launch yourself successfully into the world of work.

Job Aid: Just in Time Coaching Questions

A Personal Development Plan for Managers
Lisa Haneberg | June 01, 2011 | Tool

Just in Time Coaching Questions - an InfoLine Job Aid.

Strategic Learning Alignment

Chapter 1
Rita Mehegan Smith | June 01, 2011 | Book Chapter

This chapter explains why it’s important to use the language and tools of business in making the case for the learning function and learning solutions.  

The Executive Guide to Integrated Talent Management

Engaging and Retaining Talent
Beverly Kaye | June 01, 2011 | Book Chapter

The Executive Guide to Integrated Talent Management: Engaging and Retaining Talent

Culture Savvy: Working and Collaborating Across the Globe

Chapter 1
Maureen Bridget Rabotin | February 15, 2011 | Book Chapter

Globalization doesn't mean that culture will go away. Culture is and always will be one of the facets of who we are, how we present ourselves, and how we perceive others—our worldview. In this sample chapter from Culture Savvy, learn about culture as context in the globalized workplace.

Grow a VEO

December 01, 2005 | TD Magazine Archive

The article discusses how to grow a Vibrant Entrepreneurial Organization (VEO). According to Joanne Sujansky, founder and CEO of the KEYGroup, a VEO not only attracts the most talented people but frees and nurtures their inner entrepreneur. There are several steps that a company can follow to become a VEO. First, a VEO shares the big picture and has no secrets, which means, employees know where the company is currently, where it wants to go, and what values will be required. Next, a VEO illustrates the new face of loyalty and employees give more loyalty to those companies that view them as complete human beings. A VEO also supports high productivity while minimizing stress. Downsizing and scarce resources have stretched workers to the breaking point as a result of which mistakes increase, opportunities are lost, and productivity can actually decline. A VEO believes that communication is a critical factor in holding onto the intellectual capital that gives the company its value and which leads to employee retention.

ELearning Mainstream in Australias Vocational System

December 01, 2005 | TD Magazine Archive

The article reports on a recent study in Australia conducted under the auspices of the 2005 Australian Flexible Learning Framework, the country's learning strategy for the vocational education and training (VET) system. According to the study, eighty-five percent of instructors in Australia's VET system are using e-learning. Eighty-five percent of teachers and trainers also believe that e-learning has been improving learning outcomes for students. Seventy-three percent students reported that e-learning was improving their employment options while 70 percent said that having an e-learning component in their course increased their computer skills and confidence. According to Jim Davidson, deputy secretary of the Australian Department of Education, Science, and Training, Australia's investments in e-learning over the last five years are beginning to pay off.

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