Training Games for Career Development by James J. KirkTraining Games for Career Development by James J. Kirk

Training Games for Career Development

byJames J. Kirk

Paperback | May 1, 1995

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Show employees how to play their way'' to career success! From the creative genius of training experts James J. Kirk and Lynne D. Kirk comes Training Games for Career Development--54 exciting interactive games for helping employees build career awareness, chart a course for self-improvement, and contribute to greater organizational productivity. Games such as Honey They've Shrunk The Company and Schmoozers and Losers are organized into five main career topics: motivation, development, dynamics, climate, and promotion and management. These ready-to-play games can be used as openers, expanders, teachables and reinforces in any ongoing training environment, or as nonthreating ways to test your own or other employees' knowledge and skills in a wide range of business areas.
Title:Training Games for Career DevelopmentFormat:PaperbackDimensions:295 pages, 11.04 × 8.18 × 0.66 inPublished:May 1, 1995Publisher:McGraw

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0070347905

ISBN - 13:9780070347908

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Perhaps the most comprehensive and multifaceted collection of career-enhancing games ever published, Training Games for Career Development contains a wealth of fun-filled and imaginative exercises designed to hone every skill needed to succeed in today's corporation. If you're a trainer or human resources professional, this book will show you new ways you never thought of to train employees for career awareness, self-improvement, and organizational productivity. The games are divided into six main career topics: Motivation, Development, Dynamics, Climate, Promotion, and Management. Within each category are games for each stage of the instructional process. Each game is coded according to both its career topic and its instructional role, making game selection especially easy for the trainer with particular goals to accomplish. Each game includes specific instructions, as well as before, during, and after facilitation guidelines. And there's a feature you won't find anywhere else: step-by-step instructions for creating fun-filled and instructional training games fro