RALEIGH, N.C. – August 13, 2020 Training Industry, the leading research and information resource for corporate learning leaders, today announced its 2020 Readership and Editors’ Award winners.

The Training Industry Readership Award recognizes the most-read articles published on TrainingIndustry.com and in Training Industry Magazine from the past year. The winners were selected based on readership appeal and attention.

The Training Industry Editors’ Award recognizes two articles that captured the attention of both the readership and the Training Industry editorial team, had a unique perspective on the topic area, and displayed diligent research and quality writing.

Here are the 2020 Readership Award recipients:

By Judy Albers, Intrepid by VitalSource

By Richard Boyatzis, Melvin Smith and Ellen Van Oosten, Authors

By Julie Potiker, Author

By Angela Lane and Sergey Gorbatov, Authors

By Kenneth Baucum, CPTM, SageNet

By Gareth Chick, Collaborative Equity

By Jim Ludema, Ph.D., and Amber Johnson, Center for Values-Driven Leadership at Benedictine University

By Jan Rijken, Wiley-CrossKnowledge

By Jennifer Goddeau, Partners in Leadership

By Roi Ben-Yehuda, LifeLabs Learning

By Cindy Huggett, Thought Leader

By Jim and Wendy Kirkpatrick, Kirkpatrick Partners

By Krista Brubaker, BizLibrary

By Paul Leone, Ph.D., Thought Leader

By Tiffany Poeppelman, LinkedIn

By Patrick Weir, Fulcrum Labs

By Michele A. Graham, Diana Benyaminy, Stephanie Haueis, Jeremy Manjorin, Al Oliveria, KPMG Business School

By Elsa Powel Strong, Ariel Group

By William A. Gentry, Ph.D., High Point University

By Rick Bowers, TTI Success Insights

Here are the 2020 Editors’ Award recipients:

By Angela Lane and Sergey Gorbatov, Authors

By Cindy Huggett, Thought Leader

“While we were unable to have a formal editorial awards celebration this year, we are excited to spotlight these great articles,” said Michelle Eggleston Schwartz, the editorial director at Training Industry, Inc. “I’m constantly impressed by the quality of the content that we receive from contributors, and these articles represent some of the best contributions.”

“Our network of thought leaders provide such valuable insights to our audience,” said Ken Taylor, the editor in chief and president of Training Industry, Inc. “It’s these insights that enable training professionals to continuously grow and improve the performance of their organizations. We’re happy to formally recognize the authors behind our most popular content with an editorial award.”

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