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Tracy Morgan-Handzel

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Kids’ Sports Get Serious

April 30, 2004

Physical education (PE) may be waning in schools but sport participation among U.S. children and adolescents is on the rise. In 2001 SGMA International reported that more than 7 million high-school-age youth participated in at least one organized sport. The National Safe Kids Campaign estimates that nearly three-quarters of U.S. households with school-age children have…

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Systematic Employee Performance Training

June 30, 2002

The customer service, information technology, sales and medical industries rely upon employee training because it improves performance, reduces costs and increases revenue. Intel Corporation, Pfizer Inc., Ritz-Carlton and The Harley-Davidson Motor Company are only a few examples of thriving companies who use training to improve the performance of their most valued assets: their employees.

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