Approaches to training and development
This Second Edition continues to serve as a straightforward introduction to the whole field of training and human resource development. Laird's more than thirty years of experience provide the background for a clear and sensible analysis of a trainer's many roles in the modern organization.
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Dugan Laird's "Approaches to Training and Development," updated in this edition by Sharon Naquin and Elwood Holton III, is tremendously useful not only as a primer for anyone interested in workplace ... Read full review
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