Member Since: 22nd Feb 2006
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5th Aug 2013
Now to answer an impossible question (not the book title).
Although I am not a disciple of NLP I believe TRAINING WITH NLP - SKILLS FOR MANAGERS TRAINERS AND COMMUNICATORS by Joseph O'Connor and John Seymour provides a concise, valuable, readable guide to training design, delivery and management
1st Feb 2012
Until I read Dave's post at 15:25 I thought this was not offering much more than I am getting through posts on selected LinkeIn Groups, but this brings it into another zone. I'm interested!
12th Jan 2012
I agree with tryanything's comments.
I would introduce them to Tannenbaum & Schmidt's continuum with the aim of identifying where their senior managers tend to operate most of the time.
10th Dec 2009
I shall continue to be a regular visitor.
10th Dec 2009
Thank you all for your comments and suggestions. I agree it was a good time to ask the question with so many changes in the offing.
This was my first question on TrainingZone. I have posted the question on a couple of other sites and I have been most impressed by the quality of the TrainingZone responses.
25th Oct 2006
Using the survey referred to by Graham O'Connell some years ago, I argued successfully for 100 days for management trainers working on short modules in a variety of locations. Before that, when longer courses and fewer locations were the standard, but more often residential, I judged 100 days as about right. If you work within 100-120 days you provide sufficent time for CPD, research, course development, consultancy, R&R etc.
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