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Tuesday, 24 July 2007


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Thanks for posting the bogus stat from HRDQ. These and other soft skills training companies can't back up their claims and while they offer some interesting tools at times, are simply out to make a buck and really have little expertise about anything.

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Really great work,I would like to join your blog anyway so please continue sharing with us,........


I was reading something similar on another website that i was researching. I will be sure to look around more.

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They claim that, "Research shows people remember only 5% of what they hear in a lecture. But they retain 75% when they learn by doing." Bulloney!!

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