April 2007
People Management;4/19/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p53
The article offers guidelines for reinvigorating enthusiasm for training programmes. It is important to have an exposure to new learning and ways of doing things. Curiosity for doing things in new ways must be maintained. The curiosity of people should be raised by saying something a little different. A personal letter can be sent inviting people to a special event which will be different from the normal causes they have experienced. An attractive learning environment should also be created and a dialogue should be established.


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