The Complete Games Trainers Play

Author: Scannell

Publisher: Tata McGraw-Hill Education

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Here is the collection that trainers everywhere have been clamoring for: an easy-to-use three-ring binder of all 300 training games from the authors' 200,000-copy best-seller: Games Trainers Play, More Games Trainers Play, and Still More Games Trainers Play. Tens of thousands of trainers and consultants have successfully used these games around the world. This collection covers motivation, communication, problem-solving, creativity, team building, and other key areas. The handy ring-binder format, makes it easy to photocopy the contents for frequent use. And because all the games follow a standard format, they are especially easy to administer and play.

Games Trainers Play

Author: John W. Newstrom

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

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Category: Business & Economics

Page: 303

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100 different games, activities, and exercises that have been used by some of America's most experienced and innovative trainers in teaching a variety of important business skills.

Even More Games Trainers Play

Author: Edward Scannell

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

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Category: Business & Economics

Page: 336

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The fourth book in the acclaimed Games Trainers Play series includes a fresh collection of motivational activities for every training situation. New icebreakers, brain teasers, problem-solvers, and session closers are included, plus a host of exercises on today's hottest business topics. Each game has been field-tested and can be played in under 30 minutes.

Games Trainers Play Outdoors

Author: Gary Kroehnert

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies

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Category: Business & Economics

Page: 203

View: 404

InGames Trainers Play Outdoors, best-selling training author Gary Kroehnert presents a collection of 75 new and classic exercise, simulations and activities conducted outside the traditional 'classroom' environment. All are tried and tested, and all are deigned to bring a breath of fresh air to your training program. In the world of workplace learning, outdoor training offers the immediate benefit of improving trust and team awareness, as well as increasing individual self-confidence and self-esteem. When incorporated into an effective training program. These low-to-medium-risk activities lead to higher team productivity, lower turnover rates and a more enjoyable work environment. Games Trainers Play Outdoorscan be incorporated into a wide range of training environments-from an ongoing professional development program for seasoned executives to the special challenges of transition management during re-organisation. For trainers and facilitators, it's the ideal source of outdoor activities designed to: Improve cooperation and teamwork Develop problem-solving, decision-making and communication skills Build confidence in training groups, work groups and individuals Other best-selling books from Gary Kroehnert published by McGraw-Hill: Basic Training for Trainers 3/E 103 Additional Training Games 102 Extra Training Games 101 Training Games Basic Presentation Skills Taming Time

More Games Trainers Play

Author: Edward Scannell

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

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Category: Business & Economics

Page: 302

View: 165

Get any training session off the ground fast-- or jumpstart one whenever it lags--with more than 400 proven activities in the bestselling Games Trainers Play series. Their names may range from ``Tombstone Planning'' to ``The `Nobel' Prize Winner,'' but these brilliantly offbeat, unexpected, disarming, fully reproducible games have one serious mission: to coax even the most reluctant groups to talk, laugh, think, and work together. Page after page of fun, easy-to-plan tear-out exercises help you: break the ice and get participants acquainted; shake up outworn habits and perceptions; challenge with thought-provoking brainteasers; test learning and retention; develop communication and listening skills; bring out and involve participant-leaders; win back lethargic, distracted, low-energy groups; encourage creative problem-solving; boost or reinforce a group's self-image; forge cohesive work teams and value object; facilitate transfer of training to the job.

Still More Games Trainers Play

Author: Edward E. Scannell

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

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Category: Business & Economics

Page: 311

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Describes games designed to break the ice and promote learning, perception, communications, listening, leadership, creative problem solving, and teamwork

Train the Trainer Vol 1

Foundations and Delivery

Author: American Society for Training & Development

Publisher: American Society for Training and Development

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Category: Business & Economics

Page: 208

View: 770

Volume 1 gives you the basics you need to get started. You'll hear from the experts on how to set up the best learning environments. Plus you'll get dozens of presentation techniques you can use today! This collection is the first step for anyone who wants to get started in training.

Facilitation Basics

Author: Donald V. McCain

Publisher: American Society for Training and Development

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Category: Business & Economics

Page: 168

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Whether you are a subject matter expert who occasionally takes on a training role or a trainer or subject matter expert who wants to build on already solid facilitation skills, Facilitation Basics will show you how to how to guide learners and meeting participants in a safe and supportive atmosphere. With its dozens of practical examples, worksheets, checklists, and other tools, this book focuses squarely on learners and participants and how to be an efficient and effective facilitator of well-designed meetings and other learning events.

The Accidental Sales Manager

How to Take Control and Lead Your Sales Team to Record Profits

Author: Chris Lytle

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

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Category: Business & Economics

Page: 256

View: 898

Key skills to make sales managers better developers of salespeople Get out of the firefighting business and into the business of developing the people who develop your profits. Successful salespeople rightfully become sales managers because of superior sales records. Yet too often these sales stars get stuck doing their old sales job while also trying to juggle their manager role, and too often companies neglect to train their sales managers how to excel as managers. That's the "sales management trap," and it's exactly what The Accidental Sales Manager addresses and solves. Full of helpful steps you can apply immediately?whether you're training a sales manager, or are one yourself?this practical guide reveals step-by-step methods sales managers can use to both learn their jobs and lead their teams. Get tactics to stop burning time and exhausting yourself, while taking effective actions to use time better as a leader Discover how to integrate learning into leading and make sales meetings an active conversation on what works and what doesn't Author has a previous bestseller, The Accidental Salesperson Don't get caught in the "sales management trap" or, if you're in it, get the tools you need to escape it. Get The Accidental Sales Manager and lead your team to do what you do best: make sales, drive profits, and get winning results.