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TD is ATD's award-winning monthly magazine that covers industry best practices, emerging technologies, and trends. It is available to ATD members as part of their dues, and by subscription as well as single-copy sales.

In addition to the printed magazine, TD is available to download on your mobile device via the ATD Publications app or view on your desktop browser.

In this issue


Cover Story

From Me to We

Six research-based ideas to help new managers flip their thinking from me to we.

Theme Feature

Use Your Words Wisely

Managers have been faulted for not being good communicators, including the written word.

 

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Articles

Editor's Note

New Managers Need Help

Who doesn't want good managers to succeed? That is a desire of all leaders who promote good employees into management positions, but what is evident in many cases is that these high-performing employees are sometimes thrust into management positions with no training.

Feature

Managing Technology Solutions to Better Serve Constituents

IT needs to take a more active role.

Feature

Unleashing the Unstoppable Learner

Learning needs a paradigm shift—an upgrade, not just an update.

Feature

The Big Pitch

Have a new concept to present? First, grab a napkin.

Feature

Permission to Fail

How to leverage failure to accelerate leadership growth.

Web Exclusives

Take Your Time

Strategies for collaborating with, and connecting to, others—participants, business associates, and the C-suite.

 

Positivity Generates Better Performance

Managers who exhibit Theory Y behaviors can expect higher performance levels from their employees.

Intelligence

Career Development Proves Key to Addressing Retention

The caliber of development programs can determine whether talent stays or goes.

 

Also:

Organizations Win When Everyone Is Heard

Cool Tool: Google Forms

Turning Gamers' Hobbies Into IT Careers

Julian Stodd's Learning Blog

Safety First

Technology and Evolving Work Styles Drive Shift in the Way We Work

Let's Talk

Measurement/Evaluation Is the Top Skill Needed by L&D Pros

Long View

Rick Lozano

In addition to his work at Rackspace Hosting, Rick Lozano takes his more than 16 years of experience in talent development (and his guitar) to organizations and conferences around the globe as a keynote speaker, consultant, and musician. He intertwines live music into his speeches and training, which span the range of leadership development, onboarding, and employee engagement.

Case in Point

Taming the Whirlwind

A haphazard on-the-job training program for project managers is standardized and condensed.

Development

Don't Forget the Importance of Followership

First-time managers often don't realize the need to purposefully make followers of their employees.

Fundamentals

Six Ways to Accelerate Learning in Your Virtual Classroom

Become a dynamic virtual trainer.

Solutions

Three Weeks 'Til Launch

Mizuno USA had only about 21 days to find a way to livestream a high-profile all-staff meeting.

Learning Blueprint

Use Design Thinking to Prove Training's Worth

Achieve business results in eight steps.

Research

In Times of Change, Talent Development Matters More Than Ever

The TD function should shape and communicate about culture during transformations.

Upward Bound

Bringing ID to Higher Ed

Jonathan Southgate considers himself a learning consultant to professors.

Workplace Rx

Maximizing Strengths to Boost Engagement

After five years of stagnant engagement numbers, a spike results from regular performance conversations.

Books

A Guide to Getting Ready for 21st-Century Workers

The Future-Proof Workplace: Six Strategies to Accelerate Talent Development, Reshape Your Culture, and Succeed with Purpose by Linda Sharkey and Morag Barrett

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