What Every Manager Should Know About Training

by Robert Frank Mager

Paper Book, 1992



Call number

IBMC Library - HF 5549.5 T7 M227 1992


Belmont, Calif. : Lake Publishing Co.




A manager's guide to reaping the benefits and avoiding the pitfalls of using training and performance improvement resources. Areas covered include: how to decide if training is good, bad or even necessary; common myths about training and the truth behind them; non-training solutions to performance problems that can save time and money; how to decide if training is the right solution; tools managers can use to get performance results; and how to guard against untrained trainers.

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What's In It for You
The Name of the Game
The Tools at Your Fingertips
How to Penetrate Word-Smoke
How to Solve Performance Problems
How the Magic Goes In
How to Deal with Trainers
How to Get Your Money's Worth
How to Do It Yourself
Handy Checklists
Useful Resources
On the Walls of Time
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