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Coaching Plan for Business Impact

A TD at Work Job Aid
Lisa Ann Edwards | December 01, 2014 | Tool

In this TD at Work job aid, Coaching Plan for Business Impact, learn how to set professional goals for a coaching program that align to business goals.

Global Support

Joshua Ehrlich, Katherine Holt | June 26, 2014 | Article

The rise in global leaders creates a need for skilled global coaches to assist them.

Become a Strategic Business Partner Through Effective Training Evaluation

ATD 2014: Session W104
James D. Kirkpatrick | May 07, 2014 | Video

Sustaining a career in training requires a strategic partnership with the business that produces measurable business results. So how do you become a strategic business partner? In this thought-provoking session, an industry leader in training evaluation will outline what to do before, during, and after training to produce and document organizational results. He will provide tactics and tools for earning the trust of stakeholders and expanding your influence beyond the classroom. Training leaders will come away from this informative session armed with the information they need to become strategic business partners with their stakeholders. All training professionals will gain an understanding of the role training must play to remain viable in any organization.

Blind Leading the Blind, or Brilliant Use of Millennial Talent: You Decide.

ATD 2014 Session: M305
Adele Lynn | May 05, 2014 | Video

You've seen the headlines: 'Gimme, Gimme, Gimme; Millennials in the Workplace' and 'New Polls Shows Many Think Millennials Aren't Hard Workers.' Thanks to these stereotypes, many of today's workplace learning efforts have been focused on understanding generational differences and helping leaders manage Millenials. Using a unique case study, this session will discuss techniques aimed at assisting new hire Millennials with on-boarding, cultural integration, and career development in the organization. This approach uses Millenials' emotional intelligence to help them navigate the organization in a way that is productive for themselves, as well as their boomer and X'er bosses. The three phase program helps Millenials measure, understand, and develop their emotional intelligence and apply these concepts to their job, organization, and career. Through this program they will gain: tools for understanding, valuing, and respecting their organization, career intelligence about their organization, a peer mentor to exchange career intelligence, and further develop job and organizational skills. This session will include a detailed outline of the project, timetable, project results (including viewpoints from the Millenials and their bosses), and an overview of the three exercises used in the curriculum.

Coaching With the Brain in Mind

ATD 2014: Session M202
David Rock | May 05, 2014 | Video

How and why does understanding the brain improve coaching? What should coaches know about the brain to be effective? How can coaches get skilled in this new area? This session focuses on how leaders and managers can be better coaches, with a heavy emphasis on having quality conversations. You will learn how to facilitate positive change in yourself and others by working at the level of your own thinking. Coaches will learn to improve thinking by facilitating others' processes to move through the stages of identifying impasses to generating insights, then enabling actions through to generating sustained new habits.

Talent Management Scorecards: Demonstrate the Value of Talent Management Initiatives

ATD 2014: Session M204
Lynn Schmidt | May 05, 2014 | Video

Designing and implementing a talent management scorecard is an important step in helping executives, human resource leaders, and talent management personnel monitor the performance of the L&D function. A talent management scorecard can demonstrate the alignment between talent management initiatives, strategic objectives, and operating goals. It can help you demonstrate the value of your strategic workforce planning, talent acquisition, succession management, onboarding, employee development, leadership development, coaching, and mentoring programs. It is the communication vehicle to help others see your contribution to the business. In this session, the speakers will provide a methodology for designing and implementing a talent management scorecard that tracks activity, efficiency, and impact data from both a macro- and micro-level perspective of success. They will provide a scorecard template and describe the steps for its use, as well as examples of how the scorecard process was implemented in various organizations. Lessons learned and recommendations for implementing scorecards will be provided.

The Art of Modern Sales Management

Chapter 07: The Sales Manager’s Role in Training
Renie McClay, Sandy Stricker | February 03, 2014 | Book Chapter

There are a number of factors that contribute to the success of training, but the bottom line is that most of the other factors boil down to one thing—manager support.

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