Developing the Individual: Training and Development 11.9
Effective Training & Development is essential if you are to continuously get the best from your people and extend the knowledge shelf-life of your company. This module explores the vast array of options available to the HR function including on-the-job learning, formal management education, coaching and mentoring. Cost-effectiveness and measurable payback are also dealt with as cornerstones of any training and development activity.
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acquisition action learning activities areas Argyris Belbin team roles beneﬁts breakthroughs business development capability career move career strategy career transition Chapter Chris Argyris concepts conﬁdence consulting Dave King David Kolb deﬁned developing the individual diagnose difﬁcult double-loop learning Dowty Communications effective exercise experience ExpressExec facilitator ﬁnancial ﬁnd ﬁrst ﬁt ﬁve ﬂexibility focus Gap analysis global career global management skills highlights ideas implementation difﬁculty individual development individual-led development individual’s inﬂuence input involvement issues John Grinder Kolb Lauren learning and development learning group learning organization Learning project major Malcolm Knowles mentor Mercury Communications Mercury Messaging monitor evaluator neurolinguistic programming on-the-job organizational outputs Pareto principle performance personal competitive advantage Peter Senge phase problems reﬂect Richard Bandler scenarios senior managers shaper signiﬁcant single-loop speciﬁc strategic thinking strategy coaching sufﬁcient systems thinking Table Tesco things training intervention training needs analysis training programs workshops