Training that helps women move up the career ladder

Paddison, Lorraine
May 1995
People Management;05/04/95, Vol. 1 Issue 9, p50
Looks at the development training for women in the work place. Benefit of development training for women in non-traditional areas of work; Misconception and scepticism about development training for women; Factors for the success of women's development training program.


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