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What Role For The Training CoOrdinator In Planning Company Growth

Joseph G. Phelan | January 01, 1964 | TD Magazine Archive

Writing in this journal, in 1962, Gilmer1 showed an acute appreciation of the changing status of the training man in progressive modern industry. He indicated the extent to which an under-standing of work environments, of work-er motivation, company clima

Training The Public Administrator In Publ Ic Relations

John M. Hunger And Edward V. Schten | January 01, 1964 | TD Magazine Archive

What is the public administrator's ap-proach to public relations? What does he think he needs to know about public relations? What does he think about the various ways he might obtain that knowledge? What seems to be his oeneral level of confidence regard

Is Training Really Necessary

Thomas F. Lerch | January 01, 1964 | TD Magazine Archive

A training director has a primary sponsibility of training people and help-ing to plan training programs for others in his organization. Frequently we come to believe in all sincerity that training is the answer to all the problems we have.

The Training Package

William A. Swank | January 01, 1964 | TD Magazine Archive

In this day of enlightened training it appears that many people engaged in the business of educating and develop-ing others have not learned very much about the subject. The experience of inen who have spent many years in the training field as well as the

Correspondence Courses Reach Record Level

January 01, 1964 | TD Magazine Archive

A new record has been set by the nation's correspondence students according to a nation-wide survey recently completed by the National Home Study Council. Based on a recendy completed correspondence school survey, an estimated 3,500,000 Americans were hom

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