In today's workplace, performance-based training is complete, measurable, and active for your learners. Written by a corporate trainer, this concise, easy-to-read text focuses on the how-to's of training. This textbook offers a new, performance-based approach to training that will grab and hold your attention. It addresses industry issues such as: retention of employees; the integration of technology into training; different training styles and methods; the workplace and the needs of the diverse workers in it; and the management, evaluation, and performance of training. You will find practical tips and advice for creating training materials, analyzing the impact of training, and training with impact. SPECIAL FEATURES INCLUDE: Trainer Tips that are "FYI" hints for dealing with different topics, different learners, and different training moments Trainer Pitfalls that guide you through corrections for common training and presentation mistakes Trainer Terms to highlight and define training terms throughout the text Skill Builders that allow you to practice techniques and critical thinking as you learn Training Resources that contain useful websites, equipment procedures, and electronic practices Power Index, containing crossreferences, key terms and trainer language, are all clearly indexed for new and experienced trainersDolasinski, Mary Jo is the author of 'Training the Trainer Performance-Based Training for Today's Workplace', published 2003 under ISBN 9780130423436 and ISBN 0130423432.