Manager Skills Training

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American Society for Training and Development, May 1, 2008 - Business & Economics - 288 pages
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Whether you're a seasoned workshop facilitator or a novice instructor, this workbook gives you the tools you need to develop high-impact programs and addresses a wide range of needs, from those of future managers preparing for their new roles to those of experienced leaders who want to improve their skills. And because the framework for a meaningful training experience is already prepared for you, you'll have more time to customize your workshop to fit your organization's needs, your audience, and your own presentation style.

 

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About the author (2008)

 When you use a workbook by Christee Atwood, you gain the benefit of her impressive experience as a speaker, trainer, and knowledge management adviser. A certified Franklin Covey trainer who has worked with

Fortune 500 companies, major associations, and governmental entities, Atwood provides the knowledge and tools you need to deliver top-notch workshops in your own organization. She does all this with an easy-to-read conversational style and plenty of humor. In fact, Atwood teaches "But UnSeriously Folks!"—a course on the effective use of humor in the workplace—and has written a humorous autobiography, Three Feet Under: Journal of a Midlife Crisis. Atwood has also written three ASTD Press books: Knowledge Management Basics, Succession Planning Basics, and Presentation Skills Training.

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