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Games Trainers Play: Experiential Learning Exercises by  John W  Edward E.; and Newstrom - Paperback - Reprint - 1980 - from Reading Habit and Biblio.com

Games Trainers Play: Experiential Learning Exercises

by Scannell, Edward E.; and Newstrom, John W

Condition: Very Good/Not Applicable


New York, USA: McGraw Hill, 1980. Softcover, reprint, 688gms, 303 pages. The most innovative and stimulating professional training sourcebook ever devised. All the exercises included can be administered in 30 minutes or less at little or no cost. Included are games to develop leadership, self confidence, cooperation, team dynamics, communication skills, and much more. Book is in very good condition with minor general wear and tear and light page discolouration throughout, otherwise no other pre-loved marks.. Reprint. Softcover. Very Good/Not Applicable. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.


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