Gower Handbook of Training and Development

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John Prior
Gower, 1994 - Employees - 596 pages
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"This Gower Handbook, published in association with the Institute of Training and Development, first appeared in 1991 and quickly established itself as a standard work. For this new edition the text has been completely revised to reflect recent developments and new chapters have been added on cultural diversity, learning styles and choosing resources. The Handbook now contains contributions from no fewer than fortynine experienced professionals, all expert in their chosen subject." "For anyone involved in training and development, whether in business or the public sector, the Handbook represents an unrivalled resource."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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The changing environment
The benefits of training and development
an investment In people

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