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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

Prepare for Arrival

Guidance on becoming a culturally competent talent development professional.

Theme Feature

Give Them What They Want

Organizations in the Middle East are aligning training delivery and content to Millennial wants and needs.


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Editor's Note

Are You Culturally Competent?

As the business world becomes more globally diverse, the need to become cross-culturally competent is critical when designing and delivering training events.


Best Practices Aren't Always the Best Methods

Three studies provide tested, proven advice that contradict some traditional best practice sales training concepts.


Learning While Playing

A fast-growing company turned to mobile gamification to improve knowledge management among its employees.


Built to Learn

Human capital expert Mary Slaughter discusses the current state of talent development and what might be in store for the future.


The Value of Engagement: Unraveling the Mystery

How to measure the ROI of engagement initiatives.

Web Exclusives

The Fatal Flaws of Traditional Performance Management

Performance management is broken. Here's why, and what you can do to fix it.


Check in With Tech-Enabled Coaching

Use microcoaching to augment regular coaching discussions and help performers progress toward their goals.


A New Look for Performance Reviews

Despite changes ahead, yearly reviews are still preferred among employees.



Building Blocks to Create a Coaching Organization

Serious Gaming

L&D Spending Is Up Across the Pond

Under Pressure

Making Change Management Successful

Thinking About Learning

Love Connection

Where Have All the Workers Gone?

Long View

Rodd Wagner

Rodd Wagner is a Forbes contributor and bestselling author. His most recent book is Widgets: The 12 New Rules for Managing Your Employees as if They're Real People. Wagner advises senior executives and is an expert on employee motivation and collaboration.


Design Thinking: A Company’s DNA

Organizations are using design thinking to transform their cultures and bolster innovation.


Five Ways for Women to Avoid Vanilla Leader Syndrome

Continue to stand out and stand up as you climb the career ladder.


Infographic Tips and Tools

Bring information and data to life with a well-thought-out visual.


Resilient Leaders Shine Despite Adversity

Emotional intelligence skills enhance leaders' ability to recover from setbacks.

Learning Blueprint

Get the Most Out of Your Team

If you want a high-performing team, follow these principles.


Employee Knowledge Sharing Helps Nurture a Culture of Learning

Make it easy for employees to create and share learning content.

Upward Bound

A Little Bit Agile, a Little Bit More

Megan Torrance tweaked the Agile software development process to create LLAMA, which provides huge help to instructional designers trying to better manage projects.

Workplace Rx

Developing Ready Leaders for the Front Line

An apprentice program's response to the need for capable frontline leadership generates an innovative development process.


A New Way of Working

An Everyone Culture: Becoming a Deliberately Developmental Organization by Robert Kegan and Lisa Laskow Lahey

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