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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

Leveling the Playing Field

What the talent development function can do to prepare, promote, and develop women in leadership.

Theme Feature

Ready to Be Your Own Boss?

If you want to build a talent development business or create a consulting practice, read on.

 

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Articles

Editor's Note

Women in Leadership

This issue of TD magazine is filled with myriad topics, including career development, sales training, learning technologies, management, and L&D—but the cover story this month is on a very hot topic and one that has been around for quite a while: lack of women in the C-suite.

Feature

Project Management to the Rescue

A company's success brought in numerous new projects, but it lacked a process to effectively complete and deliver them.

Feature

Sales Training and Development Reboot

Low-cost, evidence-based tips for improving new-hire performance and retention.

Feature

In Focus

Self-awareness is the gateway for developing positive leadership capacity.

Feature

Five Lessons for New E-Learning Designers

Get started on the right foot.

Web Exclusives

The Next Generation—of Employees and of the Workplace

To build a talent pipeline, start now, make it a priority, and measure frequently.

 

Employee Preferences are Changing (Again)

The pendulum is taking a swing back regarding younger workers' communication, collaboration, and management needs.

Intelligence

The Workforce Risk

Assess, prioritize, mitigate, and monitor talent risk.

 

Also:

xAPI for Non-Geeks

Cool Tool: Workplace by Facebook

An Answer to Talent Shortages: Boomerang Workers

The Bold and Beautiful of L&D

Due Diligence Matters

Opportunistic Benefits

Effectiveness of Formal Workplace Training Uncovered

What Business Behaviors Warrant a Raise?

Long View

Liz Janssen

As head of learning and talent development at ICF, Liz Janssen maintains oversight of the organization's Learning Institute and Career Development Center. Previously, Janssen served in several roles at Xerox, including as its senior director of worldwide learning for the Large Enterprise Organization. Her expertise includes learning organization transformation, establishing credibility with the C-suite, and building high-performing teams.

Case in Point

Program Measurements Get Streamlined

Allstate simplified its process of measuring learning programs to more easily gauge business impact.

Development

A Lifelong Learning Game Plan Guarantees Success

Finding time for reading, and thus learning, is easier than you might think.

Fundamentals

Analyze This

Get a handle on your learning analytics and learn to decipher what it all means.

Learning Blueprint

Modernizing the Learning Design Process

Traditional instructional design gets an update to meet the needs of modern learners.

Research

Virtual Classrooms Go the Distance

Technology helps instructors deliver training to geographically dispersed employees.

Upward Bound

Leveraging People Skills

Stacy Lindenberg expects individuals to drive the demand for more nimble LMSs and to be a part of the onboarding process to drive change.

Workplace Rx

Tying Together Culture and Leadership

An international food retailer uses culture to drive leadership development.

Books

The Hard Stuff of Organizational Performance

Accelerating Performance: How Organizations Can Mobilize, Execute, and Transform with Agility by Colin Price and Sharon Toye

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