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Lecture 12, Employee Training and Development, Full Slides, Dec. 3rd, 2009

Lecture 12, Employee Training and Development, Full Slides, Dec. 3rd, 2009

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The Psychology of People, Work, and Organizations Psychology 2060 Employee Training and Development Dec 3 rd , 2009 Cell Phones!!!
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Revisiting Trainee Characteristics Trainee – Treatment Interaction The effectiveness of a given training program for an individual’s learning depends on that person’s unique characteristics. To achieve optimal training effectiveness for every individual, each training program would be tailored to each individual’s unique needs.
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What does the evidence tell us? Rater-error training versus frame-of- reference training Massed versus distributed practice Classroom versus web-based instruction Donovan & Radosevich, 2009 Allen et al., 2004 Sitzmann et al., 2006 Woehr & Huffcutt, 1994
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Rater-error training versus frame- of-reference training Frame-of-Reference Training and Rater Error Training versus a control group Training type d Rater-error Training .26 (large variation) Frame of Reference .83 (small variation) Dependent variable: Rater Accuracy Positive d values mean Training is better than Control
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Massed versus distributed
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