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Author Archives: Vince Cyboran
By Martin A. Cordello, Master’s Candidate, TRDV 499 My first experience with university-level education was here at Roosevelt. I enrolled in the undergraduate Organizational Leadership (OLED) program at the ripe old age of 49. Sure, I had several certifications, more … Continue reading
As a hiring manager, one of the questions I always asked candidates was “How do you keep up in the field?” There is no one right answer to this question, but there are many variations on wrong answers to the … Continue reading
We are in the process of making the following changes to our curriculum: Name change for MAHPI The Master of Arts in Human Performance Improvement (MAHPI) will be renamed to the Master of Arts in Organization Development (MAOD). Several … Continue reading
See you in September!
by Vince Cyboran, Ed.D., Program Chair Effective immediately, students admitted to the MATD and MAHPI programs will be able to choose any electives that suit their needs or interests. As the field of Training and Development evolves, we have seen … Continue reading
The RU Training blog will resume on January 14, 2013.
Vince Cyboran, Ed.D., Chair, Graduate Program in Training and Development Most ads for Training and Development jobs include at least a token mention of learning theory, particularly as it relates to adults. To anyone with more than a passing familiarity … Continue reading
By Terri Moore, Master’s Candidate, TRDV 499 The year 2011 just rolled in and the one thing we all like to do is make a New Year’s resolution. Well, I had decided to make a New Year’s resolution, however it … Continue reading
By Del Negrillo, MATD Candidate I am currently taking an Executive Coaching course and the author of one of the books we are reading, Flaherty, states that coaching is not helping someone improve “widget production”. This doesn’t jive with me … Continue reading