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No Magic Bullet: Seven Steps to Better Performance

No Magic Bullet: Seven Steps to Better Performance (Paperback)

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Just like successful diets, building a high performing workforce requires more than chasing after the latest quick-fix fad or hiring the best consulting gurus to get your organization on track. Companies often look for a silver bullet, a single program that solves all their problems. Author Joe Willmore presents a convincing case why chasing a magic bullet is a road without end. In place of that, Willmore offers a simple, seven step plan that will successfully build a high performing workforce, which then results in organization-wide improvement that sustains bottom-line value. Along with the plan, the author provides examples that illustrate key points and concepts, as well as practical advice that spurs action.

EducationCareers & StudyingCareers guidanceIndustrial or vocational training Publisher: American Society for Training & Development Publication Date: 16/03/2009 ISBN-13: 9781562865092  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Joe Willmore is President of the Willmore Consulting Group. He has more than 25 years consulting experience with a wide range of organizations such as Smithsonian Institution, National Geographic Society, Lockheed Martin, and the World Bank. He has served as a member of ASTD's Board of Directors and is a master facilitator for ASTD's Human Performance Improvement (HPI) certificate program. As an author, Joe has had three previous titles published, two with ASTD - Performance Basics and Job Aids Basics. Wilmore lives in Annandale, VA with his wife, son, and dog Ike.

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