“Training for Results: A Handbook for Trainers in the New Millennium” is a path-breaking book that explains the strategic importance of training as a critical function in organizations and responsibilities that trainers must assume to be effective in the new context. The book addresses three central aspects – a) Training as a strategic tool to gain and sustain a competitive edge, b) New training practices for the 21st century necessary for sustaining the competitive advantage, and c) New role of professional trainers to create, disseminate and deliver value through training.
The content is presented in simple, unambiguous and scientific language. It has a compelling style and is well-illustrated with real-life examples. It stimulates reflective thinking and follows an inductive approach to learning. It also provides scope for assessment for practising skills and can be a ready-reckoner for trainers. It will be useful for both, experienced trainers and managers, aspiring to be professional trainers. Line Managers and experts can also benefit from this handbook when they are invited to provide faculty help in training programmes in their specific areas of expertise and experience.