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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

Dual Role

SMEs as trainers in the classroom.

Theme Feature

Training Goes Global With Consistency and Relevance

New Marketing Institute shares how it expanded its learning programs on a global scale.

 

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Articles

Editor's Note

Preparing SMEs To Be Trainers

Subject matter experts as trainers or talent development professionals as trainers? There is no right or wrong answer, but there are some critical best practices that should be followed if you're thinking about using SMEs to bring your content to life.

Feature

Putting Talent to the Test

Get the greatest value from assessments, both pre- and post-hire.

Feature

Treating Healthcare's Talent Emergency With Training

Results from The State of Healthcare Training describe the expenses and priorities for the healthcare industry's staff development and training.

Feature

3D Leadership

Technical experts often become managers because of their expertise, but that's only one dimension of strategic leadership.

Feature

Seven Tricks to Make Learning Stick

Use these strategies to help learners retain what they've learned.

Web Exclusives

Positive Organizational Cultures are Filled With Trust, Free of Toxic Behaviors

A Q&A with corporate culture expert Brian Fielkow.

 

Lead First, Manage Second

For many, leading and managing is a synonymous concept. But in reality, they are quite different.

Intelligence

Give Employees What They Need, So They'll Give in Return

For the best business outcomes, customize the employee experience.

 

Also:

The Long Road to Gender Equality

Word Wiz: Program Hiring

The Millennials Are Coming

Putting Your Experience and Expertise in the Best Light

Picking Sides; Choosing Teams

The Need to Upskill

Cool Tool: TitanPad

Training Misalignment in North Africa and the Middle East

Long View

Robert Galford

Robert Galford is a managing partner of the Center for Leading Organizations. He teaches on executive education programs and works extensively with senior executives on the leadership issues at the intersection of strategy and organization. He also is the co-author of four books and has taught on executive programs at the Columbia University Graduate School of Business, Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University, and Harvard University.

Case in Point

A Vision for Growth

An eye bank experiments with additional training head count to meet its ultimate goal: curing blindness.

Development

Making Space for Training Initiatives

Free up time to fuel learning.

Fundamentals

Customizing Training for International Audiences

There are several factors to consider when adapting training materials for global learners.

Solutions

Team Evolution in the Public Sector

A city manager molds a city government into a cohesive team.

Learning Blueprint

Microlearning for Effective Performance Management

Delivering content in a bite-sized, on-demand format engages employees and boosts their performance.

Research

Create an Engaging Culture for Greater Impact

How to get leaders to support a company's culture.

Workplace Rx

The War for Talent

Changes to its onboarding and career development plans helped one bank with its recruitment and retention efforts.

Books

Becoming the Best

What Great Trainers Do: The Ultimate Guide to Delivering Engaging and Effective Learning by Robert and Dorothy Grover Bolton

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