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Lessons Learned Choosing a personnel trainer you can count on.

By Jacquelyn Lynn

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When your employees need training and you don't have theexpertise, it's time to bring in an outside trainer. But how doyou know you'll get what you need--and what you pay for?

"Although your relationship with an independent trainer isbrief compared to your relationship with your employees, you needto be as thorough in screening and selecting a trainer as you arein hiring [employees]," says Ed Campbell, president of TheGlobal Leadership Institute, a comprehensive business training andconsulting company in Altamonte Springs, Florida. He offers thesetips:

  • Determine exactly what you need before you begin your search,and be specific from the outset as to what you expect.

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