The Cave Man Guide To Training and Development [NOOK Book]

Overview

Learning and experimenting were simple in the beginning. “I learned that if I sharpened my spear and kept it sharpened I was more likely to kill the first time I threw it and struck my prey.” Sharpen your quest for a perfect training solution! Whether a novice or experienced trainer, or a manager, you will find insights that will change the way you look at training and development forever!

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The Cave Man Guide To Training and Development

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Overview

Learning and experimenting were simple in the beginning. “I learned that if I sharpened my spear and kept it sharpened I was more likely to kill the first time I threw it and struck my prey.” Sharpen your quest for a perfect training solution! Whether a novice or experienced trainer, or a manager, you will find insights that will change the way you look at training and development forever!

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940032800859
  • Publisher: Jack Shaw
  • Publication date: 10/6/2011
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 296 KB

Meet the Author

With graduate degrees in Performance Criticism and Social Psychology, combined with his years of acting and directing, he has a unique communication insight and a dynamic presentation style. He’s directed such plays as Harvey, Lovers and Other Strangers, Romantic Comedy, Blithe Spirit, and Creation of the World and Other Business; and acted in Regional theaters throughout the country. His professional theater experience includes roles as “Nathan” in Guys and Dolls, “Perchik” in Fiddler on the Roof, “Mordred” in Camelot, and “Ice” in West Side Story. He’s also appeared in numerous non-musical theatre productions. He has been an on-air personality, commercial announcer, a news director and talk show host in radio as well as a public affairs producer, audio chief, and a staff announcer in television.He is the author of four books, including his best sellers, The Cave Man Guide to Training and Development and a novel, Harry's Reality, a science fiction adventure that dramatizes what happens when the world decides it needs someone or something smarter than it is to keep the world alive and allows an artificial intelligence free reign.Jack received Bachelor of Arts degrees cum laude in both Psychology and English, and dual Master’s degrees (Speech/Dramatic Art and English) focusing on performance criticism from the University of Missouri in Columbia.
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