How to Run Seminars and Workshops: Presentation Skills for Consultants, Trainers, and Teachers

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John Wiley & Sons, Dec 12, 2000 - Business & Economics - 288 pages
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Thoroughly revised edition of the bestselling skill-building consultant guide
A revision of its successful predecessor-which has sold over 23,000 copies since it was first published in 1993-How to Run Seminars & Workshops has been completely revised throughout to provide the most up-to-date material currently available in the field. An entirely new chapter examines the state-of-the-art technology available to presenters, especially LCD projectors, laptops with PowerPoint, electronic white boards, documents cameras, 8mm players, and the idea-behind-distance learning. Written by a tireless consultant and self-promoter, How to Run Seminars & Workshops is an essential resource for the ever-expanding consultant market.

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Contents

Working with Adult Audiences
3
Recognizing Trainees Levels of Behavior
21
Training All Different
29
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ROBERT L. JOLLES is President of Jolles Associates, Inc., an independent training consulting firm. He is also a Senior Training Consultant for Xerox Corp. Hired to revamp, revitalize, and manage Xerox Corp.'s famed "Train the Trainer" program, Jolles personally trained all Xerox trainers and customers over a five-year period, during which the number of enrollees from both inside and outside the company increased by 1,000%. He lives in Great Falls, Virginia.

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