The Talent Development Executive Confidence Index is ATD’s quarterly assessment of talent development executives’ six-month expectations for the talent development function.
These presentation slides are a visual report of the Association for Talent Development’s 2019 State of the Industry.
On September 24, 2019, Marc Brackett, author of Permission to Feel, led a member discussion about emotional intelligence. His presentation and these corresponding slides disclosed how characteristics of self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy, and social skills are front and center in organizations’ new expectations of leaders.
These presentation slides report talent development organizations’ preparedness when it comes to future technology, predictions, and workforce planning.
At CTDO Next Santa Monica, Kimo Kippen led a member discussion about creating a future model for the TD profession.
At CTDO Next Santa Monica, Adrian Stevens led a member discussion about how TD executives can lead the profession in disrupting itself.
At CTDO Next Santa Monica, Kimberly Currier led a member discussion about the need for talent development to become guardians of culture.
These presentation slides report talent development organizations’ current effectiveness in addressing change, and recommendations for improved change enablement.
What are the AI-powered pathways for the future of work? View Hamoon Ekhtiari’s deck from his presentation on Sunday, May 19, at CTDO Next 2019 DC.
On Monday, May 20, CTDO Next members and guests gathered to learn from keynote Chef José Andrés and discuss two transformations in talent development: the future of leadership development and TD’s role in the digital transformation.
On Sunday, May 19, CTDO Next members gathered to share best practices and discuss two transformations in talent development: the ethical implications of artificial intelligence and the future of measurement and analytics.
These presentation slides report current trends in organizations’ succession planning processes and practices, as well as best practices associated with high effectiveness in succession planning efforts.
These presentation slides are a visual report of the Association for Talent Development’s 2018 State of the Industry, which is sponsored by American Management Association International and LinkedIn Learning.
These presentation slides report how the talent development field is turning disruption and change into new capabilities. Information includes upskilling and reskilling drivers, methods, and recommendations.
These presentation slides report the talent development field’s adoption of personalized and adaptive learning to shape employee development for engagement and performance. Information includes use, perceived effectiveness, obstacles to growth, and recommendations.
Download the deck from our conversation with John Medina, developmental molecular biologist and author of Brain Rules: 12 Principles for Surviving and Thriving at Work, Home, and School, during the September 2018 CTDO Next virtual meeting.