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YOU AND EFFECTIVE TRAINING PARTS 7 AND 8 INSTRUCTOR CONDUCT CONTROL

John S. Randall | November 01, 1978 | TD Magazine Archive

Parts VII and VIII. Offers suggestions on how to conduct an effective training program. Methods to control the group; Modification of the group's actions; Importance of punctuality; Advantages of appropriate dressing.

Passages Predictable Crises of Adult Life Book

Geoff Bellman | November 01, 1978 | TD Magazine Archive

Studies the critical life stages discussed in Gail Sheehy's book 'Passages,' in relation to the four common training and development roles. Internal trainer and consultant; Training and development manager; External consultant.

SPEAKER VS TRAINER PLATFORM SKILLS

Coleman Finkel | November 01, 1978 | TD Magazine Archive

Focuses on the differences of the approach, technique and skills needed to give an effective talk at a conference and to those needed to deliver a presentation at a training session. Influence of the physical environment on the creation of positive results; Effectiveness of the speaker as a communicator of information; Motivation skills of the speaker; Qualities of an excellent platform speaker.

CATCH22 THE PROBLEMS OF INCOMPLETE EVALUATION OF TRAINING

John W. Newstrom | November 01, 1978 | TD Magazine Archive

Demonstrates conceptually the dangers of simplistic approaches to evaluation of executive training. Argument for more rigorous evaluation designs; Characteristics of the four criteria such as reaction, learning, behavior and results; Contrasting conclusions from the evaluation criteria; Reasons for the evaluation of training.

HOW TO IMPROVE THE VALIDITY OF AN ASSESSMENT CENTER

William C. Byham | November 01, 1978 | TD Magazine Archive

Discusses various ways of improving the validity of an assessment center. Documentation of job relatedness; Appropriateness of the dimensions for the job; Documentation of the job-relatedness of the exercises in the center; Appropriateness of the exercises to the target job.

SPEAKING FROM EXPERIENCE November 1978

Donald L. Knight | November 01, 1978 | TD Magazine Archive

Discusses the author's views on the re-implementation of the basics of salesmanship technique into sales training. Improvement of training; Development of school programs for better sales skills; Implementation of the program in September 1977.

THE CONTINUING EDUCATION NEEDS OF SALES MANAGERS

Donald W. Jackson Jr. | November 01, 1978 | TD Magazine Archive

Discusses the continuing education needs of executives in the sales management area. Method of program evaluation; Relationship between attendance at external executive development programs and promotion; Usefulness of various learning aids; Benefits of continuing education to the sales executives.

ATTITUDES AND VALUES CONCERNS OF MIDDLE MANAGERS

Steven H. Applebaum | October 01, 1978 | TD Magazine Archive

Discusses the significance of employee attitudes and values as concern of the middle managers. Need to address the situations of subordinates requiring assistance instead of punishment; Consideration of the sense of security or calling of middle managers; Impact of feelings of anxiety and alienation on the attitudinal structure of the individual within the organization.

A MANAGERS GUIDE TO SUCCESSFUL MEETINGS

October 01, 1978 | TD Magazine Archive

Presents a manager's guide for conducting successful meetings. List of queries managers may ask during the development of a program; Impact of writing down objectives on identification of details; Significance of a mental walkthrough from the attendees point of view; Conduction of an on-site inspection of the meeting's venue; Recommendation of the author to think in terms of simplicity.

A SELFINSTRUCTIONAL SUPERVISOR TRAINING PROGRAM IMPROBABLE BUT

Joseph Migyanka | October 01, 1978 | TD Magazine Archive

Focuses on the development of a first line supervisor training program. Determination of cause for high-turn over rate of production supervisors; Link between job turn-over and orientation of supervisors and method of on-the-job training; Characteristics of orientation programs; Introduction of an instructional stimulus and system enabling supervisors to become operational within the company.

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