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The processes necessary for identifying the number and type ofrecruits needed for longer term successful appointments are described.How different quantities at different stages lead to different resultsis shown and managerial qualities to be tested as part of thedecisionmaking process are set out.
It is proposed that both trainers and learners have individualstyles, and sometimes institutions also have a preferred teaching style.The potential uses of identified learning styles in groups aredescribed. Diagnostic instruments available in North America Kolb, Myers Briggs, Guglielmino,...
Several activities successfully used in trainer developmentprogrammes, designed to develop, set up, and use different excercises toenhance the startup phase of a training programme, aredescribed. A key aspect of the activities discussed involves learninghow to utilise ones experiences and those...
The creation of a simulated office environment in West Germancommercial colleges is described. Its methods of operation, reasons forits introduction and why it has survived where other, similarinnovations failed to catch on, are examined. Graduates of the processseem to find jobs sooner and get...
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