Techniques of Training
There will be a warm welcome for this, the third edition of the standard work by one of the best-known names in training. In it Leslie Rae reviews the main methods currently used in training and development. He describes each one briefly, sets out its advantages and drawbacks and shows - with examples and case studies - where and how to deploy it to best effect.
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