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Assessing Training Results Its Time to Take the Plunge

John H. Zenger | January 01, 1982 | TD Magazine Archive

Provides guidelines for the assessment of supervisory training program. Evaluation of supervisory training; Criteria for good evaluation; Results of five organizations' efforts to evaluate their supervisory training programs.

Advice to Women on the Move to Management

January 01, 1982 | TD Magazine Archive

Provides advice to women who seek to move to managerial positions. Leadership presence; Dressing for a management role; Communication skills; Sense of priorities.

Applying a Systems Approach to Personnel Activities Part II Developing jobrelated legally defensible personnel subsystems for training selection and appraisal

William C. Byham | January 01, 1982 | TD Magazine Archive

Applies a system approach to personnel management. Elements of a promotion subsystem; Area in which a dimensional systems approach works to great advantage; Effectiveness of organizing training programs and activities into a subsystem.

The Japanese and the American FirstLine Supervisor

Leslie A. Bryan Jr. | January 01, 1982 | TD Magazine Archive

Compares the Japanese and the American first-line supervisors. Management style; Supervisory reasons for the declining productivity rate; Characteristics of the so-called Japanese style of management.

Supervising New Employees

Gordon F. Shea | January 01, 1982 | TD Magazine Archive

Provides guidelines on training supervisors to manage new employees effectively. Qualities of an effective supervisor; Basic questions about the arrival of a new employee.

What Turns Job Interviewers Onor Off

January 01, 1982 | TD Magazine Archive

Discusses the results of a survey personnel executives concerning factors which can determine whether a job interview will be successful. Good grooming and appropriate dress; Interest in the position's duties and responsibilities; Eye contact; Knowledge about the company.

Speaking from experienceUS Production An Affective Approach to Worker Motivation

Robert A. Oberwise | January 01, 1982 | TD Magazine Archive

Explores the importance of worker motivation to improve the state of industrial production in the U.S. Modes of mental functioning; Mutual cooperation approach that recognizes the worker as an integral part of corporate success and rewards.

Simulation Balancing the Pros and Cons

Geneva Waddell | January 01, 1982 | TD Magazine Archive

Discusses the advantages and limitations of simulation strategies for personnel management. Key concepts associated with simulation strategies; Checklist for designing simulations; Criteria for evaluating simulations.

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