Training Industry

Training Industry Magazine

Training Industry Magazine connects learning and development professionals with the resources and solutions they need to manage the business of learning. The magazine publishes quarterly with new issues available in March, June, September and December.

Articles are assigned off an annual editorial calendar. Article proposals should be submitted by July for consideration on the following year’s calendar.

The call for proposals is now open for the 2016 Editorial Calendar. Please submit your article proposals here.

FREE electronic subscriptions are available, which can be read quickly and conveniently in the online format, or can either be saved to your desktop or printed for reading on the go.

To order reprints of articles, please email Betsy White. If you're interested in purchasing a print copy of the magazine, visit MagCloud.

You’re invited to submit any thoughts, feedback or suggestions to editor@trainingindustry.com.

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  • Leadership Progression: It’s All About Real Growth

    Progression is more than development. It is movement toward a destination or a more advanced state. Leadership progression is a journey from where you are now to where you want...

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  • Harnessing Social Learning to Enhance Professional Development

    Learners need the opportunity to process information, and then utilize it in the context of real business challenges. This experiential learning enables individuals to think critically about the knowledge they...

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  • The CLO Reality: What It Takes to Lead & Manage the Learning Function

    Leading organizations understand that sustainability and market success depends on employee growth and engagement. Leadership ability is required to effectively manage employee development. Formalizing a learning environment means someone has to...

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  • Don’t Let Everyday Innovation Get Lost in Presentation

    The most innovative ideas are not the ones that necessarily get heard in organizations. It’s the best-presented ideas that get attention – the ones that are clear, compelling and skillfully...

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  • Markers Over Clickers: Techniques Salespeople Can Use to Win

    When engaging with prospects or customers on a change management project, you need to think like a storyteller, not just a salesperson. A rational approach to selling is not nearly as...

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  • New Leadership Competencies: Harnessing the Power of an Unfocused Mind

    Leaders need to be prepared to manage change than ever before. When situations become chaotic, a leader’s first reaction is to hunker down, focus and try to gain control. Extensive research...

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  • The Impact of Developing Internal Leaders

    Successful companies understand that leadership development at every level is required for sustainable growth in a competitive market. Cultivating and nurturing internal talent can increase employee engagement and productivity. Implementing an...

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  • Generating Demonstrated Business Value From Targeted Learning Investments

    Are your learning investments precisely aimed at your company’s most important business goals? If not, you are not alone. Aligning learning investments to business objectives can be a challenging and confusing...

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  • Culture: The Enemy at the Gate of Innovation

    Organizational cultures can be transformed to fuel creativity and innovation by embracing...

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  • Influencing into the Future

    Engaging and inspiring others to take action is one of the most important leadership...

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