Techniques of Training

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Gower Publishing, Ltd., 1995 - Business & Economics - 303 pages
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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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Contents

There is more to training than you think
1
The lecture
35
Selfdevelopment
46
Training at work
64
Learning in groups
73
Preparation for training events
97
The use of training aids
121
Onetoone interaction training
135
Human relations training 1
156
Human relations training II
177
Feedback
200
Evaluation and validation
220
Training for training
241
A learning log book
273
Index
299
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Leslie Rae Rae is a management and training consultant, and a well-known author based in the UK.

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