Kubicek, Margaret
March 2003
Training Magazine;Mar2003, p6
Trade Publication
Presents the views of business managers on which kind of training effectively motivates employees. Chris Sharpe, head of Reed Training; Graham Povey, managing director of Capital Incentives; Andrew Constable, director of consultancy and bespoke services at Roffey Park; Colin Robinson, development manager at House of Fraser.


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