Developing People for the Future

  • Margaret Attwood
Part of the Macmillan Professional Masters book series


Here our focus is the often lengthy training and development programmes for the career development of employees. The most obvious category is those with supervisory or managerial potential and graduate trainees. Female workers or members of ethnic minority groups may be selected for development as part of the implementation of equal opportunities policies.


Career Development Industrial Relation Personnel Management Performance Appraisal Management Development 
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Further Reading

  1. M. Pedlar and T. Boydell, Managing Yourself (Fontana/Collins, 1985).Google Scholar

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© Margaret Attwood 1989

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