Training Older Workers and Learners: Maximizing the Workplace Performance of an Aging Workforce

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John Wiley & Sons, Mar 22, 2007 - Business & Economics - 300 pages
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Training Older Workers and Learners is a groundbreaking resource that focuses exclusively on age 40-plus workers. This much-needed resource offers trainers expert guidance and practical tools designed to deliver effective training and re-training to older worker-learners (OWLS). Based on sound theory and best practices, the book shows how to maximize the workplace learning and performance potential of late-life learners.
 

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Contents

Part 2 OWLS in Transition
97
Part 3 Transforming OWLS
207
GLOSSARY
331
REFERENCES
343
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
369
INDEX
373
ABOUT THE SERIES EDITORS
385
ABOUT THE ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS
389
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About the author (2007)

James L. Moseley is associate professor of instructional technology at Wayne State University College of Education. He teaches program evaluation and human performance technology courses and advises graduate students at the doctoral level.

Joan Conway Dessinger is a senior consultant and founder of The Lake Group, a consulting firm that specializes in analyzing, designing, developing, and evaluating workplace learning and performance interventions.

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