Using Activities in Training and Development

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Kogan Page, 1999 - Business & Economics - 222 pages
The new edition of this practical book gives an up-to-the-minute overview of using the broad range of training activities available - what they are, why and when to use them and what supporting activities are required. Part one deals with the features common to all activities. Part two considers the variations required in using specific sorts of activities, while a detailed appendix provides a useful listing of the activities available from a variety of sources. The book now features information on finding training activities over the Internet.

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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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