Getting Your Money's Worth from Training and Development: A Guide to Breakthrough Learning for Managers (Google eBook)

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John Wiley & Sons, Feb 17, 2009 - Business & Economics - 150 pages
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This book fills a need for trainers, participants, and managers by providing a practical guide on how to get the most from a learning and development program. The book offers proven tools that help training participants get the most from the programs and includes the tools necessary to the transfer and application of critical new learning. The book explains how to create an environment that supports the participant's successful transition from program learning to producing valuable results. The tools and suggestions are a formula for success that will add value to virtually any learning and development initiative.

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This follow-up volume to Wick, Pollock, Jefferson, and Flanagan’s "The Six Disciplines of Breakthrough Learning" literally offers flip sides to what managers and learners need to know and do to ... Read full review

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Calhoun W. Wick is the founder and CEO of Fort Hill Company. He is recognized nationally as a consultant, educator, and researcher on improving the performance of managers and organizations.

Roy V. H. Pollock serves as chief learning officer for Fort Hill. He has extensive experience in both line management and strategy development.

Andrew McK. Jefferson is president and chief operating officer for Fort Hill. He is an accomplished executive in both operational and legal roles.

Richard D. Flanagan serves as senior vice president for Fort Hill. He is a licensed psychologist whose career has focused on developing ways to help people change behaviors and improve their lives and relationships.

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