TRGMag Article

Where’s the Quality Control?

Strong leadership is essential to developing and sustaining a culture of quality, but only 60% of workers say their management supports the quality vision and values unequivocally, according to a study The American Society for Quality (ASQ) and Forbes magazine conducted of more than 2,000 senior executives and quality professionals worldwide.

Overcoming Performance Anxiety

When we get anxious, blood flows away from the parts of the brain that help us think creatively, evaluate effectively, and make sound decisions.

Happiness Is...Doing What’s Right

The new happiness movement is about employer-supported volunteerism where employees are the ones involved in doing good in their immediate communities or in the global arena.

Training in Tough Times

We need to ask ourselves those age-old questions that make training and individual trainers invaluable parts of an organization looking to “do more with less.”

Getting Training in Gear

It’s time to reframe the 70-20-10 ratio as a system and engage in inquiry from the perspective of what a performer needs to know, do, and believe.

Your Attention, Please!

How long can we use willpower to force ourselves to pay attention to something that’s just not that interesting?

Focus on Ukraine

There is a great interest in training programs that address personal development, interpersonal skills, brainstorming, and public dialogue.

Creating Learning That Transfers

Trainers must focus on what they want learners to do at each stage of a learning cycle: engage in the content, participate in the learning, and then activate new behaviors.

Home, Sweet Home

Keller Williams Realty, Inc., took up residence at No. 1 (up from No. 2 last year) on the 2015 Training Top 125, while Jiffy Lube International drove into the No. 2 spot.

PART 2: Desperately Seeking a MIND SHIFT

When we get to a point where learning activities are anchored around people, and systems deliver a personalized learning experience in both academic and corporate worlds, we are all going to be much better off.

How Much Do YOU Know About Learning Technologies?

A recent Training magazine survey found that participants have a firm grasp on purchasing learning technologies used for courses and similar e- and m-learning projects. But grasp of technologies used to manage various aspects of the training function is more mixed.

Turtle Bay Turnaround

Training fortified by open communication, leadership involvement, and the development of core values is helping Turtle Bay Resort surf a new wave of success.

Why Can’t We All Be Happy at Work?

Although scientific support for the benefits of happiness is mounting, creating a happy and engaged culture requires a new kind of organizational learning.

Pages

Training Top 125

Applying for the Training Top 125 can showcase your training effectiveness and help L&D earn a seat at the executive decision-making table. Learn more...

Digital Issue

Click above for Training Magazine's
current digital issue

Training Live + Online Certificate Programs

Now You Can Have Live Online Access to Training magazine's Most Popular Certificate Programs! Click here for more information.

Emerging Training Leaders

Company Assets

People are an organization’s most valuable asset,” the saying goes.

Rising Stars

The 2016 Emerging Training Leaders are leading lights at their organizations, shining examples of how strategic-minded, results focused, and people-oriented Learning and Development (L&D) profe

ISA Directory

Twitter