30 Minutes to Make the Right Decision

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Kogan Page, 1997 - Decision making - 64 pages
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30 Minutes to Make the Right Decision is a guide to decision-making, seeking to enable the reader to make effective decisions quickly. It is part of a series of pocket guides which teach new skills within 30 minutes.

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Jane Smith is the author of flexible and open learning materials, a trainer and development consultant and an external verifier for the City and Guilds Trainer Assessor Awards. Her published works include Empowering People. She has a background in teaching, management and adult education and training.In addition to her role as an author, she also writes training and learning materials and designs and runs management and personal development workshops and courses. Jane specializes in helping people to develop creativity skills, speed reading skills and memory skills. You can contact her via email on word.smiths@btinternet.com

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