Choosing and Using Training Consultants
Gower Publishing Company, Jan 1, 1993 - Business & Economics - 108 pages
Aimed at personnel and training managers, this text looks at the process of choosing a training consultant and the ways in which to ensure the maximum benefit to the organisation.
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Identifying the need
Defining what you expect the consultant to contribute or achieve
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