Tag Archives: Careers

Person-Organization Fit

By Kathleen Iverson A family friend developed a software program that helps people buy shoes online that fit  properly the first time. Based on shoes brands and styles that have been comfortable in the past, it can predict how a new … Continue reading

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Trust, But Verify: Why Editing your own Work is a Must

By Vince Cyboran, Ed.D. Imagine that you are writing an article about T&D consulting contracts. As you work, the phrase “Trust, but verify” pops into your head. It is, after all, an apt quote.  And, if you are like countless … Continue reading

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Assessing New Team Members: Should we use the MBTI and DISC to predict future performance?

Guest post by Jessica Cella (MATD 2015): Learning and Organizational Development Manager at Leo Burnett Group We’ve all been there. A position opens up on your team and you have the green light to expand and hire a new teammate.  How … Continue reading

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Check Out Our New and Updated Social Justice Page

To highlight the importance of our commitment to social justice as both an essential mission of Roosevelt University and the Graduate Program in Training and Development, I’d like to direct you to our new and updated page detailing the social … Continue reading

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Energizing Your Team For Success

Every organization has that person; the one who is always first to make a negative comment or point out flaws when new ideas are presented. They suck the life out of every committee or team they are on. In my … Continue reading

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What do you know for sure?

Looking back fifteen years to Oprah’s 2000 commencement address at Roosevelt University in a standing room only Auditorium Theater, she told 675 graduates that “change will only come about in our lives when we welcome it.” As students, or former … Continue reading

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Coaching vs. Therapy

Coaching is a relatively new field and is undergoing an identity crisis as it seeks to define itself within the broad field of workplace learning, consulting, human resource management, career development and in many cases, psychotherapy. One essential question that … Continue reading

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