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TD Archive

Archives 2008 - Present

Search our collection of more recent TD articles from 2008 to the present. You may search below by author, year, and keyword.

2008 Salary Survey Learnings Earnings

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ASTD's learning and performance professionals are well-compensated, earning on average more than $35,000 more than the national average of $48,000. However, as with past ASTD salary surveys, men earn 16 percent more on average than women. The ASTD market research depart... More »

What Affects Earning Potential in Learning and Performance?

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First the Good News: Workplace learning and performance professionals are well-educated and well-compensated, with most earning more than the United States' average income of $48,000. But men earn more than women at every level of the profession. The ASTD market researc... More »

Bob Pike

An interview with Bob Pike, Founder, Chairman, and CEO of the Bob Pike Group; and Founder and CEO of Creative Training Techniques International, Inc. Tucson, Arizona More »

Credibility Can Make or Break Your Career: If You Lose it, it can be Difficult to Get Back

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We earn credibility when we're able to perform tasks that require a high level of expertise with little supervision or guidance. When we do well, we're given additional tasks and responsibilities, and expectations increase. Three perspectives There are three ways to loo... More »

Retention Buzz: Training and Development Plays a Significant Role

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Several recent studies demonstrate that a majority of North American employers plan to increase their investments in training and development in 2008, citing employee attraction and retention as key factors rather than just the cost of doing business. Other studies show... More »

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