Training, Planning, and Collaborating to Build the Future

Emerging from an intense period of preparing for presentations at the American Library Association (ALA) 2009 Conference in Chicago this summer and the American Society for Training & Development Chapter Leader Conference to be held in Arlington at the end of this month (along with many other projects),  I’ve just rejoined my colleagues writing for the ALA Learning Round Table blog.

What has drawn me back to blogging is a desire to document the magnificent results coming from trainers’ collaborations. A key to our continuing successes in providing first-rate training opportunities through workshops, conferences, and other endeavors is that workplace learning and performance professionals seem to thrive on a fine combination of defining roles and remaining willing to step in as needed whenever time allows.

To see this process in action, you can read the entire piece at the ALA Learning blog, then continue on the same site to see what other trainers are producing.

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