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Kate Domenick, Ed.D.

Dr. Domenick has over 25 years’ experience as a principal and managing partner for the Training and Communications Group, Inc., a company dedicated to improving business outcomes by developing and implementing competency-based training with a specialty in pharmaceutical sales and manufacturing training. Dr. Domenick has done groundbreaking work in linking competency identification and assessment to evaluating and designing curricula and evaluation tools (See Synopsis of Publications).

Her experience includes the following:

  • leading senior management teams to establish processes and develop training initiatives involving organization-wide change and acceptance around sales representative compliance with Global Policies and Practices
  • establishing and managing lines of communication and all facets of training, from corporate to in-field, to ensure delivery of concepts, practices, and tools supporting new sales processes
  • facilitating global teams charged with establishing new sales strategies
  • consulting with business leadership to identify and capture expert modeling as a basis for developing algorithms, training, and assessment tools
  • designing assessments to establish training results and ROI
  • managing multi-phased projects aimed at improving business outcomes by repurposing classroom training program to distance-learning formats
  • working with three major pharmaceutical manufacturers cited by regulatory agencies to address training needs and developing metrics and an evaluation plan to assess training impact.
  • leading global e-learning initiatives, including creating the infrastructure for e-learning systems
  • developing training for healthcare providers and sales representatives on HIV disease management, including therapeutic and palliative treatment options for typical and a-typical patients


  • Widener University, Chester, PA - Ed.D.
  • Temple University, Philadelphia, PA - M.A. English
  • Temple University, Philadelphia, PA - B.A. English

Synopsis of Publications

Dr. Domenick has co-authored a textbook and more than 20 articles in academic and training journals. These include the following:

  1. “Personnel Training in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing,” Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Handbook: Regulations and Quality, 2008.
  2. Infoline, "Training as a Business Partner," American Society of Training and Development, September, 2007.
  3. "Motivating Minds," T+D (The Journal of the American Society of Training and Development,) June, 2007.
  4. "Outsourcing the T+D Function," T+D (The Journal of the American Society of Training and Development,) May, 2006.
  5. “The Secrets of Facilitation,” T+D (The Journal of the American Society of Training and Development,) February, 2005.
  6. “KM Without a Purpose,” T+D, June, 2004.
  7. “On the Job Training,” ASTD Handbook of Instructional Technology, 1999.
  8. “The Business of Performance Improvement, Part 1.” NewsPost. Vol. 10, no. 1. Spring 2001.
  9. “The Business of Performance Improvement, Part 2.” NewsPost. Vol. 11, no. 2. Summer 2001.
  10. “The Ideal Rep,” with Marge Gillis. Pharmaceutical Executive. December 2000.
  11. “Preparing Workplace Trainers to Maximize ROI,” PDA Journal, Vol. 53, No. 6/November-December, 1999.
  12. “A Comprehensive Approach to Compliance Training in a Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Facility,” PDA Journal, Vol. 53, No. 4/July-August, 1999.
  13. “Competency-based Training Program Design,” PDA Journal, Vol. 53, No. 5/September-October, 1999.
  14. “Qualified or Certified? That is the Question,” PDA Journal of Pharmaceutical Science and Technology (PDA Journal), Vol. 53, No. 3/ March-April, 1999.
  15. “Listening to Workplace Trainers,” PA Association for Adult Continuing Education (juried) 1998.
  16. Designing Training Programs, BLR, New Haven, CT, 1986, Rev. 1992.



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