The Financial Times guide to business training / Tom Bird and Jeremy Cassell.
By: Bird, Tom
Contributor(s): Cassell, JeremyCall number: 658.312404 B618F Material type: BookPublisher: Harlow, England : Pearson, 2013. Description: xxv, 270 p. : charts.ISBN: 9780273772972 (pbk.).Subject(s): Employees -- Training of -- Management
Part 1. Training: adapt or die ... . 1, Your environment and your role. 2, Is training the right answer? -- Part 2. Needs analysis. 3, Three priorities when approaching needs analysis. 4, What should be included in a needs analysis?. 5, Carrying out practical research -- Part 3. Design and practical application. 6, The context for design. 7, Foundations for success in designing training. 8, The role of learning styles. 9, How to structure your training. 10, Training methods. 11, What to do in the first hour. 12, Planning for audience engagement. 13, How to encourage participants to take action -- Part 4. The trainer as performer. 14, The foundations of influencing. 15, The learning environment. 16, Questions are the answer. 17, Let us tell you a story... . 18, Improvisation and utilization. 19, Dealing effectively with training challenges -- Part 5. Embedding, learning transfer and evaluation. 20, Influencing the conditions so that learning transfer happens. 21, How to evaluate training effectively.
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