What Motivates Trainees?

Cohen, Debra J.
November 1990
Training & Development Journal;Nov90, Vol. 44 Issue 11, p91
Examines the role of supervisory support and the pretraining environment on employee training and development programs. Argument that supervisory supportiveness will increase employees' motivation toward attending training; Positive correlation between goal perception and motivation. INSET: Hypothesis Proposed by the Study.


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