Don't forget the training

Gray, Andi
April 2008
Westchester County Business Journal;4/7/2008, Vol. 47 Issue 14, p17
The author offers tips on successful training participation. The author presents several things that need to be done to make training happen. Defining the requirements, setting up structure, checking in regularly, and discussing what is happening as a result of the training are some of the tips given by the author.


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