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Training Industry Magazine Editorial Board

The following members of the Training Industry Magazine Editorial Board of Advisors, all learning leaders in their own organizations, work to ensure each issue of the magazine best serves the needs of training executives and other senior professionals:

  • Dr. Shawn Andrews, Founder and CEO, Andrews Research International
  • Derek Cunard, LPC, Chief People Officer, Pinnacle Automotive Hospitality Services 
  • Vince Eugenio, Ph.D., HCS, CCMC, Senior Leader, Talent Development, Boys and Girls Clubs of America
  • Carol Gajus, Ph.D., Director, Stores and Military Executive Development Programs, Macy's Corporate
  • Nancy Gustafson, Workforce Learning and Development Manager, American Red Cross
  • Lorna Hagen, Vice President, People Operations, OnDeck
  • Jeanette Harrison, Vice President, Enterprise Learning & Development, Pitney Bowes
  • John Hovell, Senior Manager, Learning Operations and Technology, BAE Systems
  • Kaliym Islam, Vice President, Depository Trust & Clearing Corp.
  • Barbara Jordan, Chief Learning Officer, Jackson Hewitt Tax Service
  • Karen Kocher, Chief Learning Officer, Cigna
  • Meredith Lubitz, Vice President, Talent Management, Dow Jones
  • Laura Moraros, Global Head of Sales Learning, Facebook
  • Scott Nutter, General Manager - Research, AQP & Development, Delta Air Lines 
  • Marc Ramos, Head of Google Fiber Education, Google
  • Steve Sitek, Head of Learning, Education & Communications, Ethics & Compliance, Novartis
  • Kee Meng Yeo, Director, Enterprise Talent Development, Amway

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  • Training versus Performance: It Isn’t Always a Training Issue

    Many organizations share a common assumption that if an employee isn’t doing something “right,” then he or she needs more training. This assumption, and...

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  • Mindfulness: A Critical Success Factor

    Mindfulness and mindfulness meditation have hit the mainstream. Mindfulness is the capacity to purposefully, objectively observe whatever is occurring within and around you, and mindfulness meditation is...

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  • Creating the Ideal Learning Environment: How to Maximize Time, Resources and Engagement

    Creating the ideal learning environment that engages learners, boosts their intrinsic motivation and demonstrates the value of the experience can be quite a challenge...

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  • Passion in the Classroom: Are You a Sand Salesman?

    One of the most valuable lessons I ever learned happened in an unexpected way. I was boarding an early morning flight from DC to Dallas. The weather...

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  • The Leader as the Facilitator: How to Effectively Lead Knowledge Workers

    Historically, “leadership” has largely been considered a top-down function. Leaders were masters of their crafts that doled out their knowledge over time to eager...

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  • Interaction Psychology: Why Clicks, Points & Badges Don’t Translate in E-Learning

    Let’s say you hired an award-winning e-learning agency to create a game-based learning course on food handling safety for your large, fast casual restaurant chain. The...

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  • Learning Effectiveness by Design

    The problem of training transfer and its most recent synonym, “scrap learning,” have been the nemesis of learning professionals for decades, yet very little has...

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  • Four Ways to Engage

    L&D leaders are constantly trying to figure out if there is a skeleton key to open the door to a 100-percent engagement rate. As a result, many...

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  • The What, How and Why

    There has never been a question that the role of the learning leader is to improve the performance of the organization by introducing, when necessary, an intervention to change the...

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  • The Outcome of Engagement

    Within companies across the globe, sales departments are looking at activations, marketing teams are tracking Net Promoter Scores, IT is measuring the number of tickets closed and human resources is...


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