Trainers focus on a more strategic role
- Middle-Management Training. Hubbard, Andrew // Mortgage Banking;Jan2002, Vol. 62 Issue 4, p108
Recommends a training curriculum for middle managers. Characteristics of supervisory training courses; Components of an executive-management training curriculum; Topics that should be incorporated in training courses.
- COACH, CHALLENGE, LEAD: Developing an Indispensable Management Team. Scott, Gail // Healthcare Executive;Nov/Dec2002, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p16
Focuses on the inputs required from corporate executives to develop an indispensable and efficient management team. Receptivity to changes in working environment; Identification of areas requiring change; Instructions on how to coach the team; Description of a coaching model; Efforts required...
- How do you train managers to care about their employees? Ludeman, Kate // Business Forum;Spring90, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p12
Focuses on the need for managers to be trained on how to care about their employees. Stimulation of shifts in employees' attitudes; Worth ethic development areas; Installing the worth ethic.
- Employers must rethink managers' development. Reade, Quentin // Personnel Today;2/4/2003, p7
Cites findings of a report by the Work Foundation on the effectiveness of management training in Great Britain. Key to improve skills and performance of executives according to the foundation; Need to recognize the importance of undergraduate learning according to the report; Impact of lack of...
- CBI chief urges HR to create value. Nelson, Paul // Personnel Today;3/18/2003, p11
Discusses the pivotal role of human resource (HR) in running a successful business. Need to place HR on organisations' main boards; Motivate senior HR professionals to become directors on main company boards; Need to train managers to take stress off employees.
- HOW TO PREPARE LINE MANAGERS TO DO MANAGEMENT TRAINING. Dyer, William G.; Cherry, Don D. // Training & Development Journal;Feb78, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p11
Describes a method for preparing line managers to do management training. Major obstacles to the widespread use of managers as trainers; Training concerns; Design of the final training program; Problem areas; Follow-up program.
- IS ANOTHER MANAGEMENT TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM THE ANSWER? Jones, Fred // Training & Development Journal;Feb78, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p50
Presents a case example that illustrates the necessity of redefining a problem that has been identified in an initial management training and development program before embarking on any additional program. Description of the existing management training and development program; Results of a...
- Grounding Executives' Future Shock. Sussman, Lyle // Training & Development Journal;Jun84, Vol. 38 Issue 6, p24
Describes an executive development program designed to prepare executives to perform more effectively in the future. Program design; Rationale and foundation of the program; Implementation of the program.
- Speaking From Experience. Connors, John F. // Training & Development Journal;Jul76, Vol. 30 Issue 7, p10
Discusses why human resource specialists are failing to develop effective leaders for various institutions. Lack of executives that have the ability to see beyond triviality; Emphasis placed by executives on short-term goals; Career risk inherent in exercising the power and creativity properly...