Based on the ATD Research report by the same name, this presentation examines organizations expectations, training, and support for managers as coaches of their direct reports.
On January 28, 2021 during a CTDO Next working session, members discussed the go-forward plan for 2021. They shared ideas about the networks learning agenda, working agenda, and tactical agenda for the months to come.
On November 5, 2020, during a CTDO Next working session, members heard new ATD research from Maria Ho, ATDs Associate Director and Head of Research about the impact of COVID on talent development. They also discussed the role of TD in culture, based on current disruptions and a new future of work.
On April 23, 2019, CTDO Next members learned about the LEADx tool Amanda, a virtual coach that combines behavioral science, AI, and expert content to democratize access to coaching resources in organizations.
On February 17, 2021, Chris Yeh joined CTDO Next members to discuss the future workplace and the future of learning. Chris described a couple of post-pandemic workplace scenarios, emphasized the role of talent development in driving career growth and employability, and forecasted a dual employee-employer ownership of skills development, among other topics.
During the February 2019 virtual meeting, CTDO Next members discussed the role and responsibility of talent development in an organizations adoption of technology.
Based on the ATD Research report by the same name, this presentation explores how organizations align their talent development and business strategies, comparing organizations that have high levels of alignment with those that don’t.
These presentation slides are a visual report of the Association for Talent Development’s 2020 State of the Industry.
On October 19, 2020, Dr. Ibram X. Kendi talked to CTDO Next members and guests about how to create anti-racist cultures in their organizations.
On October 8, 2020, during a CTDO Next working session, members discussed new considerations of the future of work and learning, and their implications for talent development.
Based on the ATD Research report by the same name, this presentation explores organizations’ current performance management practices and identifies activities associated with top-performing organizations.
On September 24, 2020, during a CTDO Next working session, members reviewed past topics, including the future of work and the disruption of talent development, and discussed new considerations.
On April 16, 2020, CTDO Next members discussed this question: Is the future workplace we were predicting already here, and if so, is it different?
On July 30, 2020, David Epstein shared lessons from cutting edge research on both unexpected opportunities and invisible pitfalls in times of crisis.
On June 15, 2020, during a CTDO Next working session, members consulted one of their own about how to create a framework to maximize virtual learning.
Based on the ATD Research report, 2019 Trends in Global Talent Development, these presentation slides examine how TD practices differ around the world.
The 2021 State of Healthcare Training examines the training activities of US healthcare organizations. Based on a survey of talent development professionals working in healthcare, the report provides data that will aid readers in benchmarking their own organizations healthcare training expenditures and activities against those of other organizations.
As Global Leader of Learning and Leadership Development at Procter Gamble, Ann Schulte knows a lot about how to cultivate agility. She shares insights and practical examples for talent development leaders about how to spur a growth mindset, foster psychological safety, and build a culture of equity.
The 2021 State of Sales Training examines the formal training organizations provide for salespeople. Based on a survey of sales enablement, sales leadership, and talent development professionals, the report provides data that will aid readers in benchmarking their own organizations sales training expenditures and activities against those of other organizations.