For the first time, Training Industry Inc. is releasing a report summarizing over a decade of research into the processes and practices of the highest-performing training organizations.
These five habits of great managers can help you make the transition from training professional to training manager and learning leader.
Many learning leaders are operating consulting businesses of their own or operating training departments of one. If you’re one of them, here are four tips on how to run your training department as if it were a business of its own.
L&D leaders are perhaps especially suited to servant leadership. The same motivations that lead many training professionals to enter the field — a desire to help others grow, for example — lend themselves well to a servant leadership style of...
If something is a commodity, it’s like everything else in its category; it’s interchangeable. Human beings are unique and irreplaceable — but the work we’re associated with might not be. When your work seems replaceable, you're ripe for...
Now that the rush of the holidays is over and we’re fully back into the swing of things at work, let’s take a moment to reflect on 2019 and plan a new year in training. We asked learning leaders to share their thoughts at the start of 2020.
So, you’re in a new global learning and development (L&D) role. As you start having conversations with stakeholders, the complexity and enormity of your situation is sinking in. There’s good news: You don’t have to do everything at once.
Have you ever considered the competencies you need to perform your job effectively? Which skills are most important for training managers to develop, and how can you be sure you are cultivating them appropriately?