Developing New Skills for the Future
It's an exciting time for experienced professionals hungry for new challenges and opportunities. Workplace trends and issues are raising the bar for what it takes to be successful in the field today, requiring new skills and new approaches to work. This is especially true if you are a midcareer professional or someone entering training, HRD, or workplace learning and performance after years of work in another field. Not only do you need to master the core skills within your area of interest; you also need to be alert for new technologies, ideas, and practices and you must know which of those are most appropriate and useful for the clients and organizations you serve.
Before you choose a direction ...