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Getting The Group Concept In Leadership Training

Dr. Aaron J. Spector | November 01, 1955 | TD Magazine Archive

One of the most troublesome aspects of programs devoted to the training of leaders for our contemporary society arises in our attempts to convey to the trainees a recognition of the role that groups play in influencing the behaviors of its constituent mem

Scholarships Food Stores And Homework

November 01, 1955 | TD Magazine Archive

The food store clerk in the Washing-ton, D. C. area paying special attention to the way he packs your groceries may be more than just extra obliging—he may be doing his homework. Giant Food Department Stores is in its second year of providing scholarships

Leadership And Group Behavior

O. F. Peterson | September 01, 1955 | TD Magazine Archive

The accomplishments of any organi-zation depend to a large degree on its leaders. The effectiveness of any group depends in a large measure upon the quality of its leadership.

Fallacies Of Training The Extended Self

Eugene Emerson Jennings | September 01, 1955 | TD Magazine Archive

If the number of training failures is any criterion of intention then certainly one would believe that many training programs are conducted to produce less than intended results. But this, of course, is absurd and the intention of the pres-ent training di

Developing NonProfessional Trainers

Leonard Nadler | September 01, 1955 | TD Magazine Archive

In many situations, training activities are still being limited by the actual ses-sions the training staff can conduct. This doesn't have to be the case if training directors will tap the unused human resource at their disposal.

Case Problems In Institutional Management

John D. Staley | September 01, 1955 | TD Magazine Archive

A chronic problem in industry, from which institutional management has not escaped, is the fact that many people who supervise the work of employees have had no training in supervision or in management. Most people are ap-pointed to supervisory positions

Guides For Education And Training Programs In Business

Benjamin F. Thomas | September 01, 1955 | TD Magazine Archive

Have you ever wondered what other people who are active in education and training programs in business are thinking? or doing? If you are like most training directors, you have. Formal education and training programs in business have grown very rapidly an

Georgia Association Meets

September 01, 1955 | TD Magazine Archive

At the Third Annual Meeting of the Georgia Association of Training Direc-tors held at Savannah, July 7 and 8, interest developed in forming local chap-ters at Savannah, Macon and Atlanta. This movement represents a growing interest in the training directo

Letter To The Editor

September 01, 1955 | TD Magazine Archive

There is a vital problem in industry and business which is causing a number of us who select and train young men a great deal of concern.During the past two or three years, 1 have had opportunities to visit more than thirty cities of various sizes includi

Charter Meeting Of Lake Superior Chapter Of American Society Of Training Directors

September 01, 1955 | TD Magazine Archive

A charter meeting of the Lake Su-perior Chapter of ASTD was held Thursday, July 14, 1955 at Hotel Duluth. A roast beef dinner was pre-ceded by an invocation by Dr. Winfield S. Haycock, pastor of First Methodist Church.

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