Reed Learning has once again come to the rescue with a FREE handbook entitled ”The Little Book of Learning- How to make a little go a long way. ” LONDON, ENGLAND, July 16, 2009 /24-7PressRelease/ — Reed Learning has once again come to the rescue with a FREE handbook entitled ”The Little Book of Learning- How to make a little go a long way. ”
This compact resource sets out to help anyone who finds they are struggling to stay abreast of training and staff development requirements, during a time of budget cuts and belt-tightening. In a nutshell, the handbook teaches one how to develop key skills for FREE, and how to make the most of reduced training budgets.
Training and development is crucial to the growth of an organisation, specifically to enhance motivation during these economically- strained times. Reed Learning has gone to great lengths to pin point areas in which cost-effective contributions can be made in terms of staff skill development.
”Business leaders, academics and politicians are unanimous: the more skilled, knowledgeable, resilient and committed your people, the better you will fare through these testing times.” So, if you can’t afford to miss out on training, but can’t afford huge development costs either, then this little gem of a handbook will serve you well.
The handbook covers a variety of training areas ranging from how to influence and negotiate, to motivational techniques and getting government funding. In addition the book provides valuable advice and support on how to select the right training for right now – a decision which can potentially make the most significant contribution to your business during these times.
This highly relevant and well-thought out booklet provides an opportunity to capitalize on Reed Learning’s immense experience and research into training and development issues. Reed is well-aware that in-house and e-learning programmes covering key topics like project management, time management and presentation skills are in high demand.
The Little Book of Learning will help clients with the decision-process whilst keeping the eye on one critical element- providing the best return.
Louise Ogle, Marketing Manager at Reed Learning acknowledged the following about the Little Book of Learning: "It’s no surprise that many of our clients have found their training budgets stretched this year. Some need to keep their people motivated and skilled, but have no training budget at all. To give them all a hand we produced the Little Book of Learning – which is all about making a little go a long way.”
Free copies of the book can be ordered here.
Visit us online (http://www.reedlearning.co.uk/) or call 0800 132 448 to find out more about Reed Learning’s Little Book of Learning.
If you would like further information please contact:
Louise Ogle – Marketing Manager – Reed Learning – Tel: 44 (0)20 7520 5100
Source: Reed Learning
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