Training...Asset or Risk?
- the current status of paraprofessional training. Danish, Steven J.; Brock, Gregory W. // Personnel & Guidance Journal;Dec74, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p299
Examines the implementation of training programs for paraprofessionals. Elements of the training program; Essential factors in the relationship building skills; Delivery systems for training; Factors to consider when choosing a training program for paraprofessionals.
- Changes In Lifelong Learning Trends. Wiggins, JoAnn; Alexander, Melody // OfficePro;May2006, Vol. 66 Issue 4, p9
This article presents the results of surveys conducted to evaluate the way administrative professionals pursue continuing education and training. Some of the facts researchers learned about lifelong learning for administrative professionals include an increased focus on training for...
- Alianzas estratÃ©gicas: una opciÃ³n para una estrategÃa del conocimiento equilibrada. Boulard, Martina Menguzzato; Vidal, Joaquín Alegre // Revue Sciences de Gestion;apr2008, Issue 66, p233
This article suggests ways to formulate a corporate knowledge strategy drawing the best from different types of training - internal or external, concentrated or gradual, rapid or slow and general or in-depth knowledge bases. The answer is to use strategic alliances as they facilitate...
- Gathering the evidence. Harris, Lynette // People Management;1/23/2003, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p67
Comments on the requirements to provide evidence of continuing professional development (CPD) in Great Britain. Reasons for positive views on planned and recorded approach to CPD; Importance of links with professional practice to developing tutors.
- Expert View. // Training & Development in Australia;Oct2009, p029
The article provides answers to a question of how to respond to a manager who tries to cut the training program hours from a full day to 2 hours.
- Ethics Training and Businesspersons' Perceptions of Organizational Ethics. Valentine, Sean; Fleischman, Gary // Journal of Business Ethics;Jul2004 Part 2, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p381
Ethics training is commonly cited as a primary method for increasing employees' ethical decision making and conduct. However, little is known about how the presence of ethics training can enhance other components of an organization's ethical environment such as employees' perception of company...
- BACK ON COURSE. Clegg, Alicia // Marketing Week;3/23/2000, Vol. 23 Issue 8, p57
Focuses on training and development for brand professionals in Great Britain. Advantages and disadvantages of attending industry conferences and short courses; Practitioner workshops and master classes offered by brand specialists; Changing role of brand managers; Important role of trainers in...
- Changing course. // Planning (14672073);4/8/2011, Issue 1906, p23
The article focuses on the significance of professional training, in minimizing possible redundancies in city planning profession in Great Britain. It mentions the efforts of several British employers in attracting and retaining best-performing employees through career development programs....
- UBS helps latent talent make career comeback. Phillips, Lucy // People Management;2/7/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p13
The article reports on a plan to introduce the Career Comeback program by global investment bank UBS in Great Britain in March 2007 to help professionals re-enter the workforce. The program is aimed at professionals with a minimum of five years' experience, who have taken a career break of...