Train Your People and Whack the Competition
Using his experience of working with small businesses, the author has packed this book with practical advice for anyone wanting to develop their personnel on a tight budget and timescale. There is advice and guidance on company vision, business planning, recruitment, motivation, training and learning, communication and managing change.
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