HR Manager's Bookshelf
New books for everyone — from new trainers to CKOs

By Ray Brillinger
Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 11/17/2000

Our selected books this time cover a broad range. The first two books reviewed are self-paced learning resources, one for new trainers or managers taking on a training role, and the second on the ever popular topic of coaching skills. Next, Managing Performance Through Training & Development offers an overview of the training field and its importance to business strategy and HR practice.

Leading Knowledge Management and Learning explores the roles of the chief knowledge officers (CKO) or chief learning officers (CLO), and then there is a review of a book on accelerated learning (AL). Read on to find out about these new developments in the field.