Training Resistance

Hubbard, Andrew
October 2004
Mortgage Banking;Oct2004, Vol. 65 Issue 1, p194
Discusses some approaches undertaken by some trainers in dealing with disproportionate resistance in a training event. Categories of participant perception; Ways in tracking the efficiency of employees.


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