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Training with the Midas Touch

Training with the Midas Touch

Developing Your Organizations Greatest Asset

Richard Palmer

£22.50

A structured route to making the most of the human capital in an organization by taking a holistic approach to staff development and organizational success. With case studies and techniques for developing the staff skill base with manageable expenditure, Training with the Midas Touch is perfect for these cost-conscious times.

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About the book

The idea of turning your staff into 'gold' lies at the heart of all training and development programmes. As this lively and thought-provoking book shows, the best route to organizational success is through developing people to their full potential.

Providing a structured and practical guide to making the most of the human capital in any type of organization (large or small, public or private sector), the book takes a holistic and innovative approach to both staff development and organizational success. With a wide variety of case studies, a toolkit of techniques for assessing and developing the skill base of staff, and advice on developing staff at low cost, Training With the Midas Touch is ideal for these cost-conscious times. While highly practical in both tone and approach, Training With the Midas Touch also provides a sound theoretical framework for staff development and includes a detailed reading list with further recommendations.



Book Details

  • EAN: 9780749437398
  • Edition: 1
  • Published: 19th April 2002
  • Paperback
  • Dimensions: 234x156
  • 157 pages

About the Author

Richard Palmer has over 25 years' experience in HR, training and organizational development. He has worked in the engineering, aerospace and food industries and has extensive practical and theoretical expertise in the development of people at work.


Richard Palmer