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Our magazine T & D (Training & Development) is packed with news, features, advice, information and coverage of the issues that most interest or concern our members. It covers the art and science of developing people and the systems they work in, highlights proven practices and emerging trends, and advances new thinking. T&D will support you in improving job performance and achieving optimum career advancement.
Highlights from the latest issue
Small Business: Trends in Training
What are the skills deficits in Irish SMEs and what are stakeholders’ priorities regarding training and development?
Next Generation BioProcessing
We speak to John Milne, Director of Training at the National Institute for Bioprocessing Research and Training about a new
training centre for Biopharma opened in June, a joint initiative between GE Healthcare and NIBRT
Leadership teams: Formula for success
Did you know there is an ideal number of people in effective teams? The effectiveness of any team can now be reliably assessed and improved, says the author, who presents a formula for success.
The Burnout Problem
Research suggests that burnout is most likely to be caused by factors within the control of the organisation, such as the design of work. Find out why the preventative approach works.
Psychometric Testing: Myths debunked
Are you a fan of assessments and testing? Whatever we think, psychometrics are well established, especially in recruitment. Some of the most popular myths are tackled here.
The keys to keeping graduates?
Highlights from the previous issue
Congrats to Bank of Ireland LearningZone, winners of the overall award this year –find out which organisations won category awards and see everyone looking fab and glam at the gala awards celebration!
Drawing on insights from Deloitte’s fifth annual Global Human Capital Trends survey, this article discusses how the HR function is moving towards operating in a digital way and how organisations can support this trend towards digital transformation in the workplace.
What is the role of talent in Ireland’s success in attracting the biggest global brands? Is current education and training fit for purpose and what is his thinking on Brexit.
From early intervention to tips on getting to know your client, the author explains how strategic learning plans can really work in training growth-focused SME owners.
Thomas Garavan, Fergal O’Brien and Vivienne Kiernan give you the insider view on how to leverage that all-important tacit knowledge.
There is an inexorable rise of teams:what are the benefits for business and how will those who get ahead of the game, stay ahead?
Socialmedia has a valuable role in developing skills in larger groups.
The brain automatically connects the perception of the salesperson and the company. So if buyers trust the salesperson, that trust will be transferred to the company. A new book explains how to harness this science in selling.