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Training in basic skills has both a quantitative and a qualitative impact on employees and organizational effectiveness. The primary benefits to both appear to be in the capacity for change, growth, and development. This training lays the foundation for employees to be successful in the high-performance workforce. It also enables organizations to compete and prosper in a global marketplace. As one CEO remarked, "it just makes good business sense."


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