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Welcome to the home of ATD Links, our twice-monthly e-newsletter for association members. Each issue includes In Practice articles—pragmatic discussions of how members are applying learning and performance concepts in the field—plus updates on new ATD products and services, news about the association, and occasional interviews.  

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Music Delivers Brain-Based Learning

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Music may be the original language. People, before they learned how to talk, likely vocalized in pitch. As language developed, music faded into the background, but never disappeared as a communication tool. It is still the universal language. More »


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Scientific and medical research has shown that up to 95 percent of our thoughts, emotions, and learning occur in our subconscious mind. That means we’re not consciously aware of 95 percent of our decisions and actions. More »


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Frederick A. Miller

Clarity and speed eliminate waste in workplace interactions. Anything that makes our interactions clearer and faster accelerates results and operational performance. You can see one of those “accelerators” on the side of your hand. More »

Tools to Measure the Use of Informal Learning

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Bruno Neal

Although methods and tools for measuring formal learning have long been established, measuring informal learning is not something we are as familiar with. This Infoline excerpt reminds L&D professionals that informal learning can be measured using some standard tech... More »

Training that Goes the Virtual Distance

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Dr. Karen Sobel-Lojeski

When developing a training strategy to improve virtual team performance, innovation, or leadership, targeting solutions using the simple notion of a remote worker will lead decision makers astray—and is likely to end up costing significant time and money.  More »

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