Tips for Winning Over the Training Resistant
- THE LAST WORD. Charlton, John // Training Magazine;Mar2004, p34
Comments on the use of ice-breakers or energizers in training programs for managers in Great Britain. Example of an ice-breaker; Factors to consider in selecting of a fitting ice-breaker.
- Up-skilling against shortages. Henderson, Hartley // Manufacturers' Monthly;Sep2011, p22
The article presents suggestions from the author regarding workforce development plan which will help manufacturers in Australia improve skills of staffs. According to the author, apprenticeships is an excellent way to improve skills of existing employees, online training provides a growing path...
- Old dog, new tricks. // Utility Week;10/29/2010, Vol. 33 Issue 12, p24
This article discusses three issues concerning employee training in the utilities industry. It begins with the "tick in the box" approach to training that provides better protection of the workforce. It then explains the need to provide employees with the right support and training before...
- Caixa Manresa: cÃ³mo mejorar resultados de negocio mediante el desarrollo de personas. FERNÁNDEZ, CÉSAR // Capital Humano;Jun2010, Vol. 23 Issue 244, p32
No abstract available.
- Train For Peak Performance. McKenna, Terry // National Petroleum News;Jul2005, Vol. 97 Issue 7, p13
Discusses key issues concerning continuous training and development for store personnel such as sales associates, store managers and retailers. Role of employee training and development as the foundation of successful companies; Benefits of employee training to firms; Implications on retail...
- Train and trust your leaders - get consistent. Cunningham, Adam // Hospitality (11724285);May2007, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p16
The article discusses the advantages of training leaders and executives to give them a sense of ownership of the business and at the same time maintain a consistent level of service to customers. The author suggests that businessowners should try doing a shift with a supervisor and making it...
- Back to school. Huson, Sally-Ann // People Management;11/6/2003, Vol. 9 Issue 22, p42
Focuses on the exclusion of corporate board members from training and development programs. Need for people holding senior positions in organizations to keep learning; Importance of occupational training to senior team members; Variation in the training approach.
- Council turns to Hollywood for themed training events. Millar, Michael // Personnel Today;9/23/2003, p10
Rhondda Cynon Taf council sent more than 200 senior managers on a Star Trek-themed training day, costing Â£5,000. County borough HR officer, Tony Wilkins defended the programme, saying fun has been a key factor in training managers to create a shared corporate vision, which has helped to pull...
- `Old Dogs,' New Tricks. FLETT, NEIL // New Zealand Management;Mar99, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p62
Discusses the training of senior managers and chief executive officers (CEO) in presentation skills. Attitude of managers toward such training; How human resource (HR) directors can convince senior managers to consider training; Details on a Rogen training program for CEO.