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Creating an Internal Coaching Program

According to the International Coaching Federation, in 2012 there were an estimated 47,500 professional coaches worldwide. Once perceived as an exclusive perk meant to address the development needs of senior executives and emerging leaders, coaching is now offered to employees at various stages of their careers. It is also interesting to note that more often coaching is being administered by internal coaches.

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Successful Global Training

A country’s culture consciously and subconsciously shapes values, assumptions, perceptions, and behaviors. Understanding how talent is developed in different cultures is essential for global talent development (TD) professionals. To be successful, these professionals must cultivate the appropriate workplace and learning activities that build on the work styles of participants. In this issue of TD at Work you will: Discover the challenges of training globally, including how they relate to leadership and communication. Learn about the core competencies of global TD professionals. Gain tips and information about training design, development, implementation, and evaluation. Receive guidelines for global scheduling and resource challenges.

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Agile and LLAMA for ISD Project Management

The Agile methodology helps project managers respond to rapidly changing business requirements that can shift even before a project is complete. It guides you to better target the deliverables required to meet a project’s goals, fine tuning as necessary. A form of Agile, the Lot Like Agile Methods Approach (LLAMA), is designed specifically for instructional projects. In this TD at Work, you will learn how to: Identify business goals that will help you align your project accordingly. Leverage the LLAMA approach to define the scope of a project. Select a primary learner persona (PLP) for your project. Break your project into easy to manage tasks. Use iterative development to refine a project’s deliverables.

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Using Prototyping in Instructional Design

Storyboarding and prototyping are key parts of the instructional design process that should not be skipped. Starting the overall design process with a storyboard provides a high-level outline of the intended outcomes of the module, and is an effective way to gather ideas in a graphical format before moving on the physical prototype. Interface prototyping then allows instructional designers to map out the navigation of a training module and garner feedback from stakeholders and users early in the design process.

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Developing High-Performance Leadership Teams

Today’s work challenges often demand the best and brightest to come together, each one offering expertise in her special niche. However, when “leaders of leaders” come together to form a leadership team, challenges often arise. Leaders are used to having the final say, and are often unaccustomed to the collaborative, team-oriented relationships required of leadership teams.

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Marketing Your Career Brand (By Michelle Carroll and Alan De Back)

In the past, your career brand was expressed primarily through a traditional resume. Today, your brand encompasses every way you promote yourself, both in electronic and more traditional formats. “Marketing Your Career Brand” will help you identify needs of your customers—whether they are potential clients, a prospective employer, or your current employer—and how your brand will address those needs.

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The Learner-Centered Classroom

Learner-centered instruction helps build dynamic classrooms in which the student takes ownership of the content and determines ways that it may be useful to him. Such instruction also encourages the student to build the relationships that will allow learning to endure beyond the training event.

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Game Design for Learning

Are you interested in learning more about gaming? Are you trying to determine whether it might be an appropriate training and development solution, but aren’t sure where to start? While games have long been an important part of human social development—think learning to take turns in a board game, and strategizing about future moves in chess or checkers—we are only now beginning to understand how games can be a powerful tool in learning.  

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Aligning Training and Client Expectations

There are no promises that a training session will be a success. In fact, there most certainly will be some friction between a trainer and a client. However, you can improve the chances for a positive interaction by ensuring that the expectations of your client and the training you plan are in alignment. Open communication and confirmation in writing will help both sides understand what is expected and what will be delivered.

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The Positive Workplace

The tenets of positive performance—helping employees achieve their best, both at work and home, by supporting them in areas that contribute to their overall well-being—are based on a set of scientifically validated strategies and tactics. Organizations that foster the well-being of their employees have reduced turnover, achieved greater revenue, and gained higher profits than those that do not.

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