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Shraddha Nanavaty
Sr. Manager - L&d

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Dear All, I am working as a Dy Manager -Training & employee Engagements.Pls recommend me some books on T& D. I am new to the job.Pls help!
From India, Lucknow
Congratulations! on your new job responsibilities.
I could suggest two books. I am refering them and I find it be good.
1. Training and Development A Complete Handbook by Anthony Landale
2. Beyond Training and Devlopment(has a CD) by William J. Rothwell

From India, Pune
Hey Shalini...
Congrats and goooodluck :D
i would suggest 'Awaken the giant within' by Anthony Robins... its a brilliant book.. must read...
even the De Bono books are very helpful.. they provide you with different tools like provocation (PO!) , lateral thinking... then 6 thinking hats... all these are very good ones to read... also one book caled the The HR Champions...
but i srongly recommend u to read awaken the giant within...
hope it helps..
shraddha :D

From India, Bangalore
hi to all
hope u all r fi9 .i jus wanna ask is there any of the above mentioned available online ?if yes plz share it with us as people share here the very good books.so we can utilize the our resoucres at maximum because buying books is very expensive and in libraries these book arent always available.
well i read a book on the topic which is employee training and development by Raymond A.Noe.i found it easy n interesting for the beginners
with regards

From Pakistan, Karachi

For Training, both theory & practise, one of best authors (in my humblest opinion) is Leslie Rae. His writing is detailed and simple to follow. If you google his name + books you should get a good list. If you don't let me know, I will dig my collection :)

Another definite read for you is Emotional Intelligence & Working with Emotional Intelligence - both by Daniel Goleman. Don't waste time and money looking at other authors on this subject.

And yes!!!!! please read Edward de Bono's books. They are excellent. eg. for communication skills, you can pick up (and build a session from there) the book "How to have a Beautiful Mind". Jargon free book, if ever there was one.

Also, Transactional Analysis by Thomas Harris M.D. and NLP books by Richard Bandler or John Grinder or Joseph O'connor.

Try The Art of War by Sun Tzu or Arthashastra by Chanakya. Both are excellent books on strategy and leadership. Also books by Charles Handy and Peter Drucker.

This should do for now to give you a few sleepless nights. :? :roll:



From India, Mumbai
thats the link where u can find art of war by sun tzu free for reading .download for free and enjoy! umekulsoom
From Pakistan, Karachi
Dear All,
This seems to be a great place!
Thank you all for your recommendations!
I have issued a few books from British Council.One that I am reading these days is Worl Class Training by kaye Thorne & Alex Machray...
Thanx a ton for the support.

From India, Lucknow
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