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CTDO (Chief Talent Development Officer) is a magazine for talent development executives developing the next generation of talent. This dynamic content written for C-suite leaders provides a high-level look at the top trends in talent development, and offers practical solutions to burning challenges in the field.

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In this issue

CTDO Spotlight

Learning to Change

Homebuilding isn't done how it used to be; neither is training at Toll Brothers, led by VP of L&D Cynthiann King.

Hot Topic

Executive Teams at Their Best

Members of the C-suite must work as one to execute the organization's vision.


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Inside This Issue

Ready for the Future

Learning leaders understand that the profession's best practices of today may be irrelevant tomorrow, and they feel a certain anxiety that they will be unable to keep up with this accelerated pace of ongoing change. That's where CTDO magazine comes in.

TD Our Way

Talent Development at Toll Brothers

An inside look at the talent development function at Toll Brothers

State of Talent Development

Talent Analytics Evolves

Advancements in technology are helping talent analytics transform—from descriptive to predictive to prescriptive.



Are You Grooming Your Successor?

Fierce Competition

Learning by Doing, Virtually


Part of HR or Independent?

The argument: The talent development department should be a stand-alone function separate from HR.

Prove It

Mending Training's Weakest Link

Learning transfer is the true measure of a program's effectiveness.

The Angst Index

Do the Shuffle

A reorganization forced a decentralized learning function to centralize operations.

Confessions From the C-Suite

What Succession Plan?

Building a strong bench for the future proved challenging because leaders didn't believe in the process.

Giving Back

Corporate Culture of Caring Reaps Rewards for All Involved

Optimizely gives its employees numerous opportunities to participate in volunteer and charitable efforts.

Career Hacks

Business Acumen: A C-Suite Necessity

The better your business know-how, the more value you'll bring to the job.

Partner Pages

Prepare for the Silver Tsunami

Capture the valuable knowledge Boomer employees have before they retire.

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