Training’s soon-to-be-retiring VP of Conferences, Julie Groshens, put her heart and soul into every event, fiercely determined to make each conference better than the last. The post A Turn of Events appeared first on Training.
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After-action reviews can focus on how a process runs or how a whole group dynamic can function better. Or they can be tightly focused on the actions of individual participants. The post Sticky Notes: Make After-Action Reviews a Habit appeared first on Training.
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Such leaders fulfill the three-part role of digital strategist, innovator, and driver. The post Developing Digital Leadership Triathletes appeared first on Training.
No! Training and Development departments must play a critical and courageous role in helping to end all forms of bigotry and discrimination in their organizations and create a culture of inclusion The post Should Diversity Training Be Illegal? appeared first on Training.