Please wait a few seconds while your cart is being loaded.

Login to see membership pricing and/or to see items you may have added using another computer or device

Please Wait...

To view or add items to your Wish List, please log in.

Not yet an ATD registered user? Click here to register.
Already registered? Click here to log in.

Evidence-Based Training Methods, 2nd Ed.

Chapter 10: Does Practice Make Perfect?
Ruth Colvin Clark | November 26, 2014 | Book Chapter

In this chapter, Ruth Clark, looks at evidence behind six core guidelines to help you maximize the benefits of practice during training.

Evidence-Based Training Methods, 2nd Ed.

Chapter 3: Cognitive Load and Learning
Ruth Colvin Clark | November 26, 2014 | Book Chapter

In this chapter, Ruth Clark, looks at the psychology of learning with a focus on how instructional professionals can manage cognitive load in their learning events.

70:20:10: Where Is the Evidence?

Andrew Jefferson, Roy Pollock | July 08, 2014 | Article

In recent years, 70:20:10 has become a commonly quoted statistic in training circles. But where did the concept originate, and what is the evidence that supports it?

Best of TD: Research-Based Training

The Best of T+D: 2012-2013
ATD | May 13, 2014 | Tool

A compilation of the best articles from T+D Magazine on research-based training methods.

Brain Fitness Exercises to Combat Fatigue

ATD 2014: Session TU210
Marinus Bell | May 06, 2014 | Video

Brain fitness exercises are physical and mental exercises to switch on your neurological system for learning and thinking, which results in improving performance on the job and minimizing human error. In this highly engaging session you will learn many brain fitness exercises that will help you combat fatigue and re-energize your brain and body. Not only will you personally benefit from these exercises, but you will also be able to apply them in the workplace whenever you experience fatigue or decreased levels of mental alertness.

The Brain-Friendly Workplace

Chapter 7: SCARF Model of Human Motivation
Erika Garms | May 06, 2014 | Book Chapter

The Brain-Friendly Workplace, Chapter 7: The SCARF Model of Human Motivation In this chapter, author Erica Garms, examines a new model of human needs structured around five primary social dimensions.

The Brain-Friendly Workplace

Chapter 2: New and Different Employee Motivators
Erika Garms | May 06, 2014 | Book Chapter

The Brain-Friendly Workplace, Chapter 2: New and Different Employee Motivators. In this chapter, we examine contributors to employee satisfaction and engagement.

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.

Learners Into Leaders: Delivering Training to Leaders

ATD 2014: Session M319
May 05, 2014 | Video

Training leaders requires the same skills and goals as training any adult learner. The speaker will explain how she transformed classroom learners to workforce leaders using facilitative training techniques. She will explain how the best method is facilitative (interactive, cooperative, and learner-driven) because it matches individual needs of the adult learner to organizational needs. Teaching should call on the learner's life experiences and personal as well as professional interests. Lessons should utilize hands-on practice of skills, supported and reviewed by the group (following group dynamics theory). The speaker will use her experience training police officers and other public sector employees to show how the lessons that private leadership trainers can take from public-sector leadership training. The ultimate goal is to clarify leaders' vision of organizational goals and how they can be achieved collaboratively with those they lead.

The Neuroscience of Learning

ATD 2014: Session SU101
Josh Davis | May 04, 2014 | Video

Leaders at all levels are being required to learn more than ever, in less time and with increasing demands on their attention. In this environment, we need real breakthroughs in our capacity to embed new behaviors at scale. New discoveries from neuroscience about the nature of memory, how we learn, and how we can make learning stick more effectively, are beginning to provide some of these breakthroughs. Join the speaker for an interactive session that is designed to help change agents understand the brain as it applies to designing change, leadership, and learning initiatives. This session will take you through general design principles for how to create behavior change in leaders. Topics will include the science involved in: the importance of branding and communication strategies; design that puts embedding first; how to design the right 'weave' of learning; how to execute global projects effectively, leveraging new technologies; how to scale up learning; how to measure impact; and case studies.

Please Wait

Please wait while we are getting your account information.