If training is key, how do you motivate learners?

Murphy, Donna
June 2003
IT Training;Jun2003, p5
Trade Publication
Editorial. Discusses concerns of training managers related to the motivation of corporate learners. Importance of learner motivation for training managers; Information related to effective tools that training managers can employ for learner motivation; Several ways to make learner happy.


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