TALES FOR TRAINERS

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Tales For Trainers

Author : Margaret Parkin
ISBN : 9780749460075
Genre : Business & Economics
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A concise guide to using stories, anecdotes, metaphors and poety in training and development, Tales for Trainers is packed with ideas to give training more impact. Beginning by setting the use of stories in learning on a sound theoretical footing, the book goes on to include sample stories that trainers can use to read out loud. The author provides 50 tales that will immediately help trainers, managers, educators and coaches to reinforce key messages or stimulate fresh thinking.Proven to work in a variety or training environments, the stories range from ones written specifically by the author to carefully selected extracts from literature. They both work brilliantly as an aid to learning. The book also includes a detailed matrix to show which tales can be effectively used to promote particular actions or concepts.
Category: Business & Economics

More Tales For Trainers

Author : Margaret Parkin
ISBN : 9780749460860
Genre : Business & Economics
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In More Tales for Trainers, Margaret Parkin presents a further 50 stories, anecdotes, metaphors and poetry, which any trainer or manager can readily use to encourage and engage learners. Beginning by setting the use of stories in learning on a sound theoretical footing, the book goes on to include sample stories that trainers can use to address a number of learning and development needs. The stories cover all the key areas in organizational training, including: leadership, communication and change.
Category: Business & Economics

Tales For Change

Author : Margaret Parkin
ISBN : 9780749461034
Genre : Business & Economics
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storytelling is not just the province of children, stories can be used to re-frame and re-size problems and provide useful metaphors for the boardroom, office and individual. Showing you how and when to use stories to maximum effect, Tales for Change will immediately help managers, trainers, educators and coaches to reinforce key messages or stimulate fresh thinking. The book includes 50 tried and tested tales that can be used in a change management context. These tales can be used to communicate ideas, aid memorable learning, encourage brainstorming sessions, develop training and reflection as well as help those involved to cope with the stress of change, increase emotional intelligence levels and increase creativity.
Category: Business & Economics

Tales For Coaching

Author : Margaret Parkin
ISBN : 9780749461027
Genre : Business & Economics
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Coaching is rapidly proving to be an invaluable aid to personal development and a successful way to enhance performance within organizations of all types. More and more people are also discovering how to use storytelling to bring about change and reinforce learning. Tales for Coaching combines these two approaches into a powerful and effective technique to assist personal change. Showing you how and when to use stories to maximum effect, whether you are coaching an individual or a group, the author demonstrates how your coaching can have greater impact with the effective use of storytelling. Complete with sample stories that can be read aloud in a variety of coaching situations, Tales for Coaching includes 50 tales that will immediately help coaches, trainers, managers and educators to reinforce key messages or stimulate fresh thinking.
Category: Business & Economics

The Strategic Use Of Stories In Organizational Communication And Learning

Author : Terrence L. Gargiulo
ISBN : 9781317454434
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 58.78 MB
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Designed for students and practitioners in the fields of organizational behavior and human resource training and development, this groundbreaking book presents a cutting edge approach to improving organizational communication. Drawing on his extensive experience as an organizational development consultant and group process facilitator, Terrence Gargiulo shows how the use of storytelling is the key to effective communication and learning.
Category: Business & Economics

Stories At Work

Author : Terrence L. Gargiulo
ISBN : 0275987310
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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How to use storytelling to become a better communicator, presenter, negotiator, teacher, listener, and leader.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Tales From The Turf

Author : Robin Oakley
ISBN : 9781906850678
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Britain and Ireland's Top 100 Racehorses of All Time author Robin Oakley takes us on a canter through the colourful world of horseracing. Join him as he shares evocative personal stories of being there at racing legends’ key moments, such as Frankie Dettori riding seven winners in a day at Ascot. He debates whether jockeys are sportsmen or masochists – jump jockeys can expect a fall on average every 13 rides – and reminisces about unusual achievements, including trainer Sirrell Griffith’s Cheltenham Gold Cup win after milking his 100 cows that morning. Tales From the Turf is an extraordinary account from the Spectator’s long-running Turf columnist, and a man for whom horseracing is a lifetime’s passion.
Category: Sports & Recreation

New Product Forecasting

Author : Kenneth B. Kahn
ISBN : 0765620197
Genre : Business & Economics
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Concise and jargon free, this is a one-step primer on the tools and techniques of forecasting new product development. Equally useful for students and professionals, the book is generously illustrated, and features numerous current real-world industry cases and examples. Part I covers the basic foundations and processes of new product forecasting, and links forecasting to the broader processes of new product development and sales and operations planning. Part II includes detailed, step-by-step techniques of new product forecasting, from judgmental techniques to regression analysis. Each chapter in this section begins with the most basic techniques, then progresses to more advanced levels. Part III addresses managerial considerations of new product forecasting, including postlaunch issues such as cannibalization and supercession. The final chapter presents an important set of industry best practices and benchmarks.
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Trainers Tales

Author : Nat GOULD (the Elder.)
ISBN : OCLC:559698341
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