There's more to training than just walking into a room and talking at people. This book helps readers determine the actual training requirements for everyone within a given organization, from the newly-promoted, newly-hired, and just-transferred, to those who need training as a result of changes in technology or operations. Covering a range of topics from gathering and analyzing information, to communicating results to upper management, this book is a vital resource for the training professional.
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"In order for training to be effective, it has to be based on the needs of both the organization and its employees. This book gives trainers the information and step-by-step instructions they need to determine the training requirements of everyone from newly hired, recently promoted, or just-transferred employees, to those who need training as a result of changes in operations, technology, or systems in the company. Dozens of reproducible forms -- all included on a CD-ROM -- as well as checklists, formulas, and interviewing guidelines help readers:
* Gather the information necessary to identify and prioritize training needs of individuals, departments, and groups
* Analyze and report results
* Translate organizational needs into specific training programs
* Gain support from senior management"About the Author:
John H. McConnell (Morristown, NJ) is President of McConnell-Simmons, Inc., a management consulting firm specializing in human resources products and services. His many management and human resources books include Auditing Your Human Resources Department (0-8144-7076-9).
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