Develop Your Training Skills

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Kogan Page Publishers, 2001 - Business & Economics - 184 pages
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Leslie Rae needs no introduction to professional trainers who have relied on the expert advice in both his books and journalism over the years. At last this renowned expert in the field turns his hand to offering those new to training a handy guide to the essentials of training. Neither an academic textbook nor a weighty, dense handbook, this book provides a highly practical and critical guide that will aid trainers in their day-to-day work. Packed with practical advice, details on all available training methods (both traditional and online), checklists, and expert do's and don'ts, this book is sure to set all new trainers on the path to success.
 

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Contents

What Is a Trainer?
13
The Input Session
32
How Do I Get Them to Listen?
48
Using Training Aids
64
More Than Just Talking
95
More Training Activity Approaches
109
Incompany Training
130
People in Training
153
Coping with People
166
References and Recommended Reading 119
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About the author (2001)

Leslie Rae is a management and training consultant and a well-known author of management and training books, more than 25 to date, many translated into the language of a number of other countries. Among his well-respected books and training resources are Techniques of Training (3rd edition), Planning and Designing Training Programme, How to Measure Training Effectiveness (3rd edition), and Assessing Trainer Effectiveness published by Gower.He has a regular, monthly training resource review column in the Training Journal, and has written numerous articles for the professional press among other and varied activities. He can be contacted on e-mail at wrae804418@aol.com.

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