Host productive training sessions

December 2009
Managing People at Work;Dec2009, Issue 333, p7
The article offers various tips on how to lead a fruitful training sessions for the leading teams in the U.S. It states that the team members must be provided with training topics for them to prioritize what issues are important to them. It notes that demonstrations should be encouraged because combining talk with action will further more learning.


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