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HR320: Training and Development Week 3 Lecture 1 Herzing University 1
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Course Objectives Covered in Week 3 Course objectives reviewed this week include: Objective 6: Identify ways to maximize a trainee’s learning ability. Objective 8: Compare and contrast theoretical approaches to training and development. The lecture is developed in three parts: Part 1: Motivation Part 2: Social Learning Theory and Training Design Part 3: Traditional Training Methods Herzing University 2
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Lecture Overview This week you will focus on two important objectives: Identifying ways to maximize a trainee’s learning ability, and comparing and contrasting theoretical approaches to training and development. As you review the required and supplemental readings and presentation, you should read and listen with the intent of identifying information and resources you can use to create your approach to developing the different phases of your training program. Herzing University 3
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Motivation Motivation: The direction, persistence and amount of effort expended by someone in order to achieve a desired outcome. Cognitive (mental structure: thinking, memory) Can’t be directly observed Defined in terms of effects on behavior Two groups of theories attempt to explain motivation: Need Process (Blanchard & Thacker, 2013) Herzing University 4
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Understanding Motivation and Performance Performance Model: Individual performance
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