The Professional Trainer

Book Name : The Professional Trainer_x000D_
A Comprehensive Guide to Planning, Delivering, and Evaluating Training Programs

By by Robert Vaughn

Sub Title : A Comprehensive Guide to Planning, Delivering, and Evaluating Training Programs

Written by : by Robert Vaughn

Subject Category : Business and Commerce

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Written for anyone with any level of training responsibility—novice trainers, "accidental trainers," and those with years of experience—The Professional Trainer is a comprehensive, all-in-one guide that covers the entire training process and includes a wealth of practical tools, techniques, and models. Experienced trainer Robert Vaughn provides a step-by-step guide that includes both conceptual background and a host of hands-on tools and exercises. He details how to: Identify and clarify the training needs of the employees and the organization Plan and design training—on-the-job, off-the-job, and online Choose the best training approach, and select media and facilities to support it Deliver the training—and find out if it worked If you are new to training, this book will serve as a complete overview of the process. For experienced trainers, its many practical tools make it an invaluable troubleshooting reference. Berrett-Koehler Publishers; June 2005 ISBN 9781605098098 Read online, or download in secure PDF format Title: The Professional Trainer Author: Robert Vaughn Imprint: Berrett-Koehler Publishers Subject categories Business and Commerce > Business Economics > Commerce Business > Human Resources & Personnel Management Professions and Applied Sciences Social Sciences Business > Training Education > Vocational Guidance ISBNs 1605098094 9781576752708 9781605098098 In The Press “…An easy to understand 'how to' that would be a useful addition to any trainer's library.” —Jack Phillips, Ph.D., Chairman, ROI Institute, Inc. “Truly a book that has something valuable for everyone—a must-have resource for anyone in the industry.” —Leslie Yerkes, President, Catalyst Consulting Group, Inc., and coauthor of They Just Don't Get It! and 301 Ways to Have Fun at Work “An exciting book that will be an excellent tool for companies like ours…. Vaughn has captured the skills and knowledge trainers need to be successful in driving behavior change in an organization.” —Kendra Lee, President, KLA Group

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Business and Commerce - Business Economics - Commerce Business - Human Resources & Personnel Management Professions and Applied Sciences Social Sciences Business - Training Education - Vocational Guidance

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1605098094 - 9781576752708 - 9781605098098

In The Press:

“…An easy to understand 'how to' that would be a useful addition to any trainer's library.” —Jack Phillips, Ph.D., Chairman, ROI Institute, Inc. “Truly a book that has something valuable for everyone—a must-have resource for anyone in the industry.” —Leslie Yerkes, President, Catalyst Consulting Group, Inc., and coauthor of They Just Don't Get It! and 301 Ways to Have Fun at Work “An exciting book that will be an excellent tool for companies like ours…. Vaughn has captured the skills and knowledge trainers need to be successful in driving behavior change in an organization.” —Kendra Lee, President, KLA Group

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Berrett-Koehler Publishers