One-on-one training: how to effectively train one person at a time

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Jossey-Bass/Pfeiffer and CreativeTraining Techniques Press, 2000 - Business & Economics - 141 pages
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Go straight to the source and solve the problem!P>More and more often, trainers are expected not only to provide training as a solution to a problem, but to indentify the problem in the first place. This book is your guide to meeting this increasing demand.

You'll learn how to train one-on-one using:LI>Role Play

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  • Field Trips...and much more!
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    DAVE ARCH, best-selling author and nationally acclaimed training conference speaker, is the author of seven videos and resource books for the training industry, including Tricks for Trainers (Volumes 1 and 2), in addition to his popular monthly column in the Creative Training Techniques Newsletter. Drawing on twenty-five years of training experience, Dave travels for CTT, customizing and presenting four different participant-centered train-the trainer seminars and keynotes, including the cutting-edge seminar entitiled Creative Training Techniques for Distance Learning. Dave's clients include The Nabisco Company, US West Communications, the U.S. Postal Service, The Internal Revenue Service, Kimberly-Clark, The National Education Association, Canada Postal Service, Napa Auto Parts, and The United States Central Intelligence Agency.

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