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Find out from the person who literally wrote the competency, ouise Grummitt, Managing Partner of one of Canada’s leading instructional design firms and who is profiled in Chapter 8 of the newly published book, An Overview of Training and Development: … Continue reading
(Really?) Take the self-assessment at the end of Chapter 4 of the newly published book, An Overview of Training and Development: Why Training Matters.
Don’t Forget: Participate in Survey about the Marketing of Training Programs, Products, and Services
Training and Development Colleagues. If you have not yet participated, you can still participate in the Training magazine survey of the ways that training and development professionals promote their programs, services, and products. Our survey is open until October 3, … Continue reading
Training and Development Colleagues. Last week, you might have noticed my invitation to participate in Training Magazine’s survey of the ways that training and development professionals working both internally and externally promote their programs, services, and products. The results provide … Continue reading
By October 3: Participate in Survey about the Marketing of Training Programs, Products, and Services
Training and Development Colleagues. Whether you work internally or externally, promoting the programs, services, and products prepared by your organization plays a role in its success. But how do training and development professionals actually promote—or market—their programs, products, and services? … Continue reading
An announcement in French follows. Can you also please share with your contacts who might meet the characteristic sought for this study? Dear Colleague: Do you work as a contractor in Learning and Development in Canada—either contracting yourself with … Continue reading
This morning, I received an invitation from LinkedIn to a webinar that the company is sponsoring on”Reaching Today’s Prospective Students: Insights and Best Practices from LinkedIn.” – – – – – – – – – – – – – – … Continue reading
Consider this discussion of how to leverage a job that doesn’t work for you into one that does: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/01/05/jobs/how-a-first-career-enhanced-a-second.html?ref=business.
Check out the advice to a young journalist at J-Source.ca. BTW: The site on which this appears is a unique professional resource for the journalists of Canada. This is a terrific, collaboratively published and maintained site, that serves the journalism … Continue reading