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Articles from Training Journal (May 1, 2008)

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Across the pond: in a regular new feature, Harrison Monarth gives us a flavour of L&D life on the other side of the Atlantic. This month he looks at what's on the agenda at one of America's leading conferences. Monarth, Harrison 603
Are you a goal junkie? Professor David Clutterbuck says it's time to question our obsession with SMART goals. Clutterbuck, David 2027
Ask Izzy: in a regular new feature, TJ agony aunt Isobel Rimmer provides the answers to your training problems. Isobel Rimmer 743
Business partners or part of the business? Anna Hipkiss has some timely advice on how learning and development practitioners can become an integral part of the business. Hipkiss, Anna 2580
CIPD sets out HR's vital integration role in successful M&As. 466
Creating working relationships: Fiona Dent uses recent research carried out at Ashridge Business School to suggest ideas, knowledge and tools for developing effective work-based relationships. Dent, Fiona 1812
Diversity in European coaching: Debbie Carter looks at a recent survey into coaching in Europe. Carter, Debbie 963
Great thinkers: Joseph William Bazalgette (1819-1891). Mennell, Sue Biography 692
Hints & tips: Dr Andi Sanderson explains how to ensure dyslexic employees are able to access learning and development. Sanderson, Andi 532
If music be the food of learning, play on ...: Peter Cook looks at what we can learn about learning from music. Cook, Peter 1924
Is your customer service training on target? Steve Macaulay and Sarah Cook argue that training frontline employees in customer skills will have only limited effect unless more attention is paid to leadership and the organisation as a whole. Macaulay, Steve; Cook, Sarah 2220
L Vaughan Spencer: this month the Gangsta Motivator is fishing for change. 726
Leading at a Higher Level (Blanchard on How to be a High Performing Leader). Cook, Geoff Book review 473
Leading in a global economy: Sir John Sunderland explains to Sue Mennell why we need skilled, innovative leaders to meet the challenges of a tough, globally competitive market. Mennell, Sue Cover story 1652
Learning Styles report author replies. Coffield, Frank Letter to the editor 325
Managing talent is top global HRM challenge: "The most comprehensive review of global HR practices ever conducted" was unveiled at HRD2008 last month. Eyre, Elizabeth 1191
Managing to make savings: Elizabeth Eyre talks to a company that has benefited from a managed learning services contract. Eyre, Elizabeth 1961
Martyn Sloman: Martyn Sloman illustrates the shift from training to learning with the help of his family cat--and a job interview conducted in a railway station. Sloman, Martyn 755
Master Key to Riches: The Secret to Making Your Fortune. Somers, Matt Book review 385
More credibility needed. Baah-Danso, Charles Letter to the editor 105
Net check: our series looking at the best of the web is back. This month, Garry Platt stumbles upon a very useful site about leadership and management development. Platt, Garry 512
New-look website makes life easier. Website overview 188
On being coached: in a new monthly series, Elizabeth Eyre records the highs and lows of being a coachee in her coaching diary. Eyre, Elizabeth 794
Online editor. Website overview 522
Peter Honey: Peter Honey admits to being no expert on learning and development. Honey, Peter 790
Super models: in a series of articles examining learning models, Dr Mike Clayton looks at Luft and Ingham's Johari Window--seeing into ourselves. Clayton, Mike 553
Tech trends: Julian Dable looks at e-learning's role in succession planning. Dable, Julian 593
The editor. Carter, Debbie Editorial 542
The final leg: Debbie Carter provides an update on the TJ Conference and Awards programme for 2008. Conference news 564
The professionals: the need for L&D practitioners to become more professional in order to meet future challenges came under the spotlight at last month's HRD2008 conference. Eyre, Elizabeth 1672
Thinking tools: Debbie Carter continues the theme of using fiction as a means of improving constructive creativity. Carter, Debbie 570
This month's digest. Brief article 301
Tools of the trade: in a new series, Carol Wilson identifies the tools and models frequently used during coaching projects. This month, she outlines her own Permission model. Wilson, Carol 1409
Why perfectionism at work does not pay: in the first of a series of articles looking at emotions that are likely to be addressed in coaching, Gladeana McMahon and Adrienne Rosen focus on perfectionism. McMahon, Gladeana; Rosen, Adrienne 2706

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