All too often, managers are deemed to “need training” and sent on courses, with the process assumed to be complete at the end of the course. This article argues that management education must be seen as an ongoing process rather than a discrete event. It presents a model for executive development and explains how to maintain learning within the workplace from day to day. It also suggests how to maintain the momentum and learning gained on an external training course when participants return to the workplace.
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