Summary: Audio readings of articles from ASTD's T+D Magazine. For more than 60 years, the award-winning T+D magazine has heralded and even led the evolution of the profession from training and development to workplace learning and performance—with the purpose to deliver to its readers the emerging trends and proven best practices. Our readers are degreed training and development professionals and line managers. They range from new practitioners to seasoned executives in business, government, academia, and consulting. Our goals are to provide useful, how-to information on current best practices through case studies share new technologies and their applications report emerging trends address relevant and pivotal issues to the field. T+D is a monthly magazine available to ASTD national members as part of their dues, and by subscription and single-copy sales.
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Use employee resource groups to drive learning.
Does such a thing exist?
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Focus on embedding technology-enabled performance support into day-to-day work rather than delivering traditional training courses.
T+D has a new name: TD (Talent Development). Although the logo and name have changed to reflect the new name of the association, what hasn't changed is our commitment to bringing you world-class content.
Ron Lippock and Michael Stallard discuss what it takes to drive results through employee engagement.
The rise of three in-demand cohorts in the workforce presents a unique development opportunity for these employees and their managers.
What;s left out of many training programs is immersive learning, which enables trainees to practice what they;ve learned.
Internationally known author and psychologist Daniel Goleman discusses why emotional intelligence matters in business and how it;s changing talent management.
Middle managers often are excluded from important development opportunities based on assumptions that are dispelled here.
ABB finds an effective way to train thousands of engineers spread across the world.