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5.0 out of 5 stars
Excellent guide - a must for all trainers, 31 July 2001
Robert Jolles' How to Run Seminars and Workshops is well written and is presented in an easy and uncomplicated format. Jolles style is such that the reader is able to learn valuable tricks almost by accident and without feeling patronised. Indeed Jolles' style is both symplistic and complex. The beauty is that the author has made an obvious and extraordinary effort to make reading the book almost effortless. Here is a man who is willing and able to learn from all of his everyday life experiences. You get the feeling from reading the book that Jolles is probably one of the best trainers on the planet, yet he is no self publicist and posses great humility. Life is a lesson and Jolles is happy to learn from it. And learn. And learn.