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No one knows training better than the American Management Association. Since 1923, the business community has turned to AMA for practical training and business tools to improve individual and organizational performance. Now, for the first time, the most successful exercises and training techniques used by this preeminent organization's seminar leaders have been collected in The AMA Trainers' Activity Book. Readers will find 25 activities on topics including: * Getting from Seminar to Workplace * Learning and Creativity * Communication and Connection * Influence, Compromise, and Problem Solving * Management and LeadershipA special activity template gives readers all the information they need at a glance. Easily adapted for use with both individuals and teams, these exercisesrepresent the combined efforts of the very best the industry has to offer.Author Biography: Carolyn Nilson (Sandisfield, MA) is a recognized expert in all aspects of training. She has served as an advisor at organizations including AT&T, AMA, Hungry Minds, Padgett-Thompson, The World Bank, the U.S. Department of Labor, the Armed Forces Training Institute, and the U.S. Agency for International Development. She is the author of How to Manage Training, Team Games for Trainers, More Team Games for Trainers, and more than 20 others books.
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