Beyond Traditional Training: Develop Your Skills to Maximize Training Impact

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Kogan Page Publishers, 1999 - Business & Economics - 211 pages
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A self-improvement guide for trainers showing how to develop personal skills to increase the impact and effectiveness of their training, Beyond Traditional Training shows how trainers must adapt the way they deliver training sessions, workshops, courses and programs. This is not just a guide to better presentation skills or a book solely focusing on training tips and tricks of the trade, even though there are plenty of those throughout. More importantly, Beyond Traditional Training will help trainers upgrade their current thinking, habits and methods. This book offers advice with an infectious enthusiasm that will inspire any staff developer to try new ways of performing. With checklists of both good techniques to develop and bad habits to avoid, Beyond Traditional Training shows how to replace traditional training methods with more interesting and effective techniques that will inspire trainees as well as trainers.Beyond Traditional Training is an inspirational guide to improving training skills written in a lively style, and packed with useful advice and anecdotes.
 

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Contents

An introduction to your threeday programme
1
Part One Laying your foundations on solid ground
7
The NIGHTMARE trainer observed
81
The TRADITIONAL trainer observed
97
The SMART trainer observed
111
Building on the foundations of your action plan
127
Part Three Putting it all into practice
139
The SMART trainer methods for you to action
141
The SMART trainers philosophy and professional
155
How SMART trainers present themselves
169
SMART trainer affirmations
201
Index
207
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About the author (1999)

Ken Marshall is a well-known trainer and presenter. His inspirational seminars have helped many trainers and staff developers to achieve more.

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