Tag Archives: Training

When NOT to do a 360…

I was once asked about performing¬† a 360 assessment on an individual who was “having problems.” This is a good reason NOT to do one – at least, not without more information on the situation. Upon further questioning, it turned … Continue reading

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Making training an evidence-based profession

At the beginning of the year a while back, someone on the Learning Circuits blog asked about challenges, plans and predictions for the upcoming year in terms of the training profession. In response, Bill Brantley from Design of Knowledge posted … Continue reading

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L&D vs. HR vs. OD…

There are a couple of interesting discussions going on in the ASTD and HR groups on LinkedIn regarding whether L and D (learning and development) should really be a separate function from HR (human resources).¬† There’s another on whether OD … Continue reading

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