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What's worrying your colleagues about statistics and performance management (19 Sep 14)

Your colleagues probably know better than anyone - so I am sure you can relate to what they had to say when we asked for their concerns

To help our trainer prepare for our workshop using statistics in performance management we are asking delegates what they like out of the workshop.

The results have been fascinating and so helpful for the presenter that I am enclosing one typical response here.

“My main a…

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