First, there are 7 questions you must ask about your current training and development strategies.
1.How much of the soft skills learned in training is applied?
2.Of those applied, how long does it last?
3.Is the key knowledge reinforced through the employee’s job?
4.Is there a common denominator in all your soft skills training where all employees can relate to each other regardless of their department or function?
5.Is your current training closely tied to your organizational vision?
6.For each person who gets training, how many others are positively affected when they return?
7.Is the time employees spend in training recovered in productivity, innovation or less wastage of resources?
Then you must have a common vision. This is not a management vision or even an organizational vision. It is a vision how your organization and people can prosper by working together and being more competent – it is a vision of an ideal working environment.
·What is your ideal working environment?
·What are the key barriers preventing this ideal working environment?
·What must people “Become” in order to overcome these barriers?
·What structures or policies are in place that are strengthening these barriers?
·What are the most common complaints about the workplace (other than money)?
HR is the one who asks the questions, and sets the identifies the real direction for the process, then coordinates and implements
26th March 2009 From Indonesia , Denpasar
I am unable to open this file ' New Trends in Training & Development' as it has some error.
Can any one send me the ppt file and obloge..
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30th March 2009 From India , Mumbai
Any1 can help me?
is it possible for you to send it to my email?
1st April 2009 From Indonesia , Jakarta