a less formal training experience than an apprenticeship coaching generally

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: a less formal training experience than an apprenticeship, coaching generally involves a supervisor or manager providing a model for a new employee to observe and emulate Off-the-job training Lectures and video presentations Vestibule training and simulations o Vestibule training : training opportunities that utilize simulated workstations so that new employees can learn about their job without interfering with activities at the actual workstation Role-playing : a training technique that requires trainees to assume different identities in order to learn how others feel under different circumstances Case study Self-study and programmed learning- good for abroad learning Laboratory training : a form of group training primarily used to enhance interpersonal skills Employee Development Competencies : skills, knowledge, and behaviours that distinguish high performance in a broad role, function, or level of the organization Strategic Human Resource Development- Linking Employee Development to Business Strategy Strategic human resource development : the identification of needed skills and active management of employees’ learning in relation to corporate strategies Employee Development : the process of enhancing an employee’s future value to the organization through careful career planning Steps to Create Employee Development Plans (EDP) 1. Assess employees’ needs 2. Link competencies and skills to business goals 3. Identity learning and development activities 4. Determine resources 5. Identify barriers
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Developmental Strategies- Identifying and Learning and Development Activities Cognitive - being concerned with altering thoughts and ideas Behavioural- attempts to change behaviour Environmental - strategies to change attitudes and values Evaluation of Training and Development- Did Learning Actually Take Place?
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  • Spring '14
  • Human Resource Management, Organizational studies and human resource management,  Degree, Human Resource Development- Linking Employee Development

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