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ATD Research: Onboarding, Engagement and Development

Wednesday, August 23, 2017 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Megan Cole, Research Analyst, ATD and Shauna Robinson, Junior Research Analyst, ATD

Onboarding, engagement, and development program areas are all essential in talent management, particularly when an organization wants to retain employees. In this webcast, we'll discuss the role that talent development plays in each of these key programs. We'll also discuss the anticipated importance of these three program areas in the next five years.

The data presented in this webcast are drawn from the upcoming ATD research report, Onboard, Engage, and Develop: How Organizations Improve Effectiveness, which will be available at www.td.org/developtalent in July 2017.

In this webcast, you'll also learn:

  • about the effectiveness of learning programs
  • how programs in these areas are being evaluated
  • the effectiveness of evaluation efforts.

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Presenters

Megan Cole
Megan Cole

Research Analyst, ATD

Megan Cole is a research analyst at the Association for Talent Development (ATD). Her primary responsibilities include creating and programming surveys, cleaning and analyzing data, and writing research reports for publication. Prior to working at ATD, she worked as a market research analyst for a marketing company that specialized in association marketing. Megan received bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Central Florida. She earned a doctorate in communication from Arizona State University.


Shauna Robinson
Shauna Robinson

Junior Research Analyst, ATD

Shauna Robinson is a junior research analyst at the Association for Talent Development (ATD). Her previous positions at ATD include human capital specialist and communities of practice coordinator. 

Prior to working for ATD, Shauna was a senior editorial assistant at Wiley in San Francisco, California. Shauna received a bachelor’s degree in English from UC Berkeley.


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