Week 2 Lecture 3.pptx

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HR320: Training and Development Week 2 Lecture 3
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Introduction This is a continuation from Lecture 2. In Part 3 of the lecture you will examine competencies, non-training needs, and approaches to TNAs. If you have questions about any aspect of this lecture, please do not hesitate to contact the instructor for guidance. Herzing University 2
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Competencies Cluster of related KSAs that delineate the differences between high and low performers. In comparison to KSAs, competencies: Are general Are long-term nature Recognize feelings and motivation Relate to organizational goals View the following video that explains the importance of organizational capabilities to organizational success and the role of competencies. Organization Capabilities https:// (Garavan & McGuire, 2001) Herzing University 3
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Developing Competencies When the decision is made to develop competencies, the following tasks should be conducted: Determine organizational goals and strategies Identify jobs Met with high performers Focus on tasks that align with strategic direction Confirm data Use data to develop specific KSAs View the following video that discusses the best practices for developing competencies in the organization.
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