How organizations, managers, and learners can maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of the learning effort—for each individual. Read the full article by Senior Associate Ross Tartell at Training Magazine!
“CEOs and senior leaders are not immune from the challenges of difficult conversations. A senior position and title does not make it easier to have tough conversations, and often the impact of difficult conversations is magnified because of the leader’s position and title. A leader’s words and actions are closely scrutinized by subordinates, investors, and others.” Read this article by …
Ross Tartell Published in Training Magazine, January/February 2017 Creating an ethical and compliant organization requires a holistic approach that includes understanding the organization’s structure, culture, leadership, and learning methodologies. Download full article (PDF)
Ross Tartell, Ph.D. Training Magazine, July/August 2015 Edition. Attachment Size Training Write Survey items Hi Res.pdf 486.7 KB
Ross Tartell Published in “Training and Development Journal,” Volume 41, Issue 1, 1987. You have just finished your needs analysis. You have a good idea of your training strategy. Given the size of the target population, you decide to buy some training. The results of your training needs some analysis and your training strategy determine the type of training you will …
Ross Tartell Published in “Training” magazine, July/August 2013. How do corporations maximize the return on their training investment so they have the talent to successfully compete in the marketplace? Much of the answer lies with the manager/direct report relationship. Download full article (PDF) View the article on “Training” magazine’s website here
Ross Tartell Published in “Training” magazine, July/August 2014. Learning is an irreplaceable component in defining an organization’s culture to support the innovation, market adaptation, and employee engagement necessary for success. Download full article (PDF) View the article on “Training” magazine’s website here
Ross Tartell Published in “Training” magazine, May/June 2013. Incorporate a stakeholder analysis into the planning stage of the training needs analysis. It can add critical intelligence about politics and logistics—and can transform your effort from “so what?” to “must have.” Download full article (PDF) View the article on “Training” magazine’s website here