6 edition of Training for Non-Trainers found in the catalog.
August 1991 by American Management Association .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||240|
Thus, non-trainers will find it jargon-laden and inaccessible. The multiple authors generate some overlap, but otherwise getAbstract recommends this exploration of training's new focus - the bottom line of performance - to everyone in the field. Book Publisher: Berrett-Koehler. Yes, the techniques on my web page can work for anyone whether beginner or advanced. The crate training techniques are especially simple. And interestingly, beginners and non-trainers often do much better because their interpretation of the techniques is not clouded by habits that they have already learned. But you do bring up a good point. Are family practice trainers and their host practices any better? Comparing practice trainers and non-trainers and their practices training) with FPs ( non-trainers and trainers.
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Sometimes training sessions are either too brief or one-dimensional to leave much chance of recall and execution in the real world.
So when you’re planning a training session, be sure to factor in a three-to-one learning ratio. This means that for every specific objective you want to accomplish.