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Training the Trainer
Our training for trainers program: how to build confidence and engage your audience
Instructional Design for Trainers
Gain a practical, proven-in-action method for creating innovative and successful training programs.
The Effective Facilitator: Maximizing Involvement and Results
Become a meeting facilitator who brings out the best in individual and team performance.
Active Training Strategies Guaranteed to Promote Involvement, Learning and Change -- On-Demand
How to turn your ordinary training sessions into extraordinary events!
AMA’s Live Quicktime Seminar Open House -- On-Demand
Discover How to Bring the Power of AMA Training to Your Desktop!
Effective Training: Implementing the Four Levels -- On-Demand
Revisiting How the Four Levels Can Boost Training Results
Fast Track to Employee Development: Understanding What Makes Them Tick -- On-Demand
Creating a personality and skill level road map for developing employees
Get Ready for Agile Learning and Development -- On-Demand
Development Strategies for Agile Talent
Management Development Skills for the Accidental Trainer -- On-Demand
Advice for successfully developing your staff when you have absolutely no training background
Proving the Value of Training to the C-Suite: The Language of Bottom-Line Results -- On-Demand
The challenges of proving the value of training
Social Networking: Using the Latest Tools to Support Learning and Talent Management -- On-Demand
Where Social Networking Fits into Corporate Learning and Development
The Power of Personalization in Learning & Development -- On-Demand
Explore the successes, failures and new directions in personalization
11-22 Josh Bersin on the Upswing in E-Learning
Alternative approaches to essential training investments
Alexandra Levit on Finding the Job and Employment Success
Avoiding Missteps to Step Ahead
Ann Rhoades on Revolutionizing Company Culture
Donald and Jim Kirkpatrick on the Four Levels of Effective Training
The Kirkpatrick four-level evaluation model focuses on four key areas: reaction, learning, behavior and results - with each successive level representing a more precise measure of the effectiveness of a training program. Listen to the Kirkpatricks as...
Jason Wingard on Keeping Up with Business Education
Jason Wingard, has a formula for how to keep up with the ever-changing business environment.
Jim Kirkpatrick on Revamping Training to Increase its Business Impact
Jim Kirkpatrick shares some tips on how to keep training relevant and engaging.
Lindsay Hutter on Employing and Empowering Millenials
Lindsey Pollak on Getting from College to Career
They say you can’t get a job without experience—but how do you get experience without having a job?
Michael Gates Gill on How Starbucks Saved His Life
Michael Gates Gill had it all. But by the time he turned 60, he had lost everything except his Ivy League education and his sense of entitlement. First he was downsized at work; next, an affair ended his 20 year marriage. Then he was diagnosed with a...
Paul Teutul, Sr. on Doing Business the Orange County Choppers Way
Ray Schwemmer and Rick Havrilla on Fostering a Collaborative Environment
Promoting Teamwork through Technology
Scott Keller on Sustaining Organizational Health
Evaluating Long Term Success
Stephen M. R. Covey on How to Build, Keep and Repair Trust
Stephen M.R. Covey is the former CEO of Covey Leadership Center, which, under his stewardship, became the largest leadership development company in the world. A Harvard MBA, he joined Covey Leadership Center as a Client Developer and later became...
Susan Reed on the Power of Corporate Diversity
Harnessing Talent through Opportunity
Tony Miller on Systemically Strengthening Our Schools
Employing business development practices to target deficiencies in America’s Education System
Acceptance of Telecommuting Project Management Grows
Learn about the growing use of tewlecommuting project management.
Administrative Professionals 2002 Survey
Over the past year, administrative professionals have assumed more responsibility, are doing more work than before and have taken on more of a leadership role. As a result, more than ever, administrative professionals say they need more training to...
Administrative Professionals' Tasks and Competencies 2003 Survey
Both administrative professionals and their managers generally agree on the components of administrative support staff jobs, but there is a significant difference of opinion on the competencies that are most important for administrative professionals.
All Learning Is Not Created Equal
No, the Internet is not "making us stupid," as a provocative recent cover story in The Atlantic suggested. Nor is it necessarily making us any smarter. As a learning platform, the chief thing that the Internet, e-learning programs and technology in...
AMA 2010 Critical Skills Survey
Executives Say the 21st Century Requires More Skilled Workers
Are You Willing to Measure Change? - Members Only
Fewer than 7% of organizations measure the impact of their change initiatives.
Are Your Employees RIP?
RIP employees are those who have "retired in place," just waiting to retire and not contributing to the business.
Blended Learning Opportunities
By Allison Rossett and Rebecca Vaughan Frazee, San Diego State University. Noted experts on blended learning, Dr. Allison Rossett and her colleague Rebecca Vaughan Frazee explore the common components of blended learning and how organizations are...
Can Work Ethic Be Bolstered in Troubled Times?
The work ethic and attitudes that employees bring to their jobs each day certainly affect a firm's overall performance. If employers adopt practices designed to boost employee commitment, they may be able to offset any negative consequences of the...
China's Talent Crunch
Would you believe that China, the world's most populous nation, is experiencing a serious talent shortage? Believe it. A talent-management "perfect storm" of rapid growth, increasing wages, and a skills lag threaten to derail even established...
Chutes and Ladders
Chutes and Ladders is a popular board game that has more real-world applications than you may think. Read how to avoid slipping down the corporate ladder.
Coaching: A Global Study of Successful Practices
Executive coaching is often viewed with a combination of hope and skepticism. On the one hand, assigning employees a coach seems like an excellent way to provide custom-delivered development opportunities. On the other hand, coaching is often viewed...
Deliver Results and Develop People at the Same Time
Your team is a valuable resource. Learn how to develop people and deliver results at the same time with these tips from Wendy Axelrod and Jeannie Coyle.
Developing Technical and Professional Workers
Learn how to approach technical development to sustain top technicians for your organization.
Economic Conditions 2002 Survey
AMA conducted an online survey of its Executive Members in January and February 2002 to obtain a quick snapshot of how executives were feeling about the state of their organizations and the economy.
Economic Conditions 2003 Survey
American business people are more pessimistic about the U.S. economy than they were one year ago and are anticipating job eliminations, hiring freezes and cutbacks. And more than 60% believe that the conflict in Iraq will have at least a moderate...
Effectively Implementing a Blended Learning Approach
Eedo Knowledgeware's white paper presents a comprehensive overview of blended learning, from theoretical framework to best practices, and provides a measured analysis of potential applications. It examines the reasons to adopt a blended learning...
Electronic Monitoring and Surveillance 2007 Survey
From e-mail monitoring and Website blocking to phone tapping and GPS tracking, employers increasingly combine technology with policy to manage productivity and minimize litigation, security, and other risks. That's according to the 2007 Electronic...
E-Mail Rules, Policies and Practices 2003 Survey
More than half of U.S. companies engage in some form of e-mail monitoring of employees and enforce e-mail policies with discipline or other methods. In fact, 22% have terminated an employee for e-mail infractions. Three-fourths of all organizations...
Five Ways to Sabotage Employee Performance Management - Members Only
Compared to some other countries, U.S. organizations' performance management systems aren't doing so well.
Focusing on Employee Development Can Improve Retention
Here are six steps to establish a career development program that helps to improve employee retention.
Global Leadership Development: Everybody's Game
Here are insights and opinions of nearly 1,200 practitioners on global leadership development programs in the world.
Great Leaders Learn Out Loud
Learn why leaders get such a rush when they hone their leadership skills./
Holding on to the Best and Brightest Young Employees - Members Only
If you're not doing all you can to keep talented young employees from flying the coop, your organization's reputation and productivity will suffer. Bruce L. Katcher, Ph.D., provides action steps for keeping the keepers....
How to Build a High-Performance Organization
There is no one single formula that leads to corporate success, but there are several common characteristics found among many successful organizations. "How to Build a High-Performance Organization," a global study commissioned by AMA and conducted by...
How to E-N-G-A-G-E Workplace Learners - Members Only
How do people learn best? By becoming ENGAGED with the presenter and the material.
Importance of Leadership 2004 Survey
The "increasingly competitive business environment" was overwhelmingly cited as the top reason leadership is more important than ever in a survey conducted among 225 AMA customers and members. The survey also indicated by a nearly four to one margin,...
Leadership Challenges Survey
Getting people to work together who have different agendas is among the biggest obstacles facing business leaders today, according to a recent survey conducted by AMA. Sixty percent of executives who responded listed lack of collaboration as one of...
Maximizing Training Impact Using Kirkpatrick’s Four Levels of Evaluation
Noted author and training expert, Dr. James Kirkpatrick, shares his wisdom and insight on reinforcing and enriching learning so it is transferred to on-the-job behavior and subsequently to bottom-line contribution and impact. Download White Paper (PDF)
Milllennials Have Least Analytical Acumen, AMA Study Suggests
A survey suggests millenials aren't seen as having equal analytic savvy .
mLearning: Not Everyone’s Doing It Yet - Members Only
Full adoption of mLearning is still a few years off, but when it arrives, it has the potential to redefine learning.
New Managers: Alone and Out of Their Depths
Being a new manager is a lot like learning how to swim. You can watch others, study a chart about it or even read a book on it. But ultimately, you learn by doing.
New Managers: Prepared to Fail?
A new survey shows that many managers lack the training they need to succeed.
Reviving Training's DOA ROI
Recommendations for making training ROI more relevant to the bottom line.
Sharpening Customer Focus
How companies can boost performance by shifting focus to the customer.
Soft Skills by Any Other Name - Members Only
A new study by i4cp underscores the importance of solft skills in business.
Ten Employee Training Tips for Small Businesses - Members Only
Providing excellent, appropriate training for employees is a win-win for any small business owner. Here are 10 tips to help you launch an employee training program, from allbusiness.com...
Ten Trends in Training and Development
Discover ten trends in training and development.
The Courageous Training Code
It's trainers' most frequent complaint: what do we have to do to get some respect around here? Take a cue from Tim Mooney and Robert O. Brinkerhoff, authors of the new book, Courageous Training, and adopt "the Courageous Training Code."...
Training the Talented, the Ritz-Carlton Way
Across the world, Ritz-Carlton is synonymous with excellent customer service and exquisite hospitality. In this excerpt from his new book The New Gold Standard, Joseph A. Michelli explains how the luxury hotelier trains its "Ladies and Gentlemen" to...
University Health System’s Administrative Professionals Academy: A Case Study in Excellence
University Health System's Administrative Professionals Academy is a case study in excellence.
When to Coach and When Not To
Learning how to recognize when and when not to coach is just as important as learning how to coach. Used in the right situation at the right time, coaching can make the life of a manager immensely easier, but if managers try to coach employees who...
Why You Need to Drink from the Fire Hose
How to recognize the difference between data that measures and data that informs.
Why Zappos.com Pays New Hires $1,000 to Quit
Founded in 1999, the online shoe retailer Zappos.com has been an astonishing success story, growing to nearly $1 billion in sales. Even more impressive than its sales numbers, however, are the number of customers who rave about Zappos's customer...