- Author:James Thacker,P. Nick Blanchard
- Publisher:Pearson; 5 edition (July 16, 2012)
- Pages:512 pages
- Subcategory:Management & Leadership
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by P. Nick Blanchard (Author), James Thacker (Author).
P. Nick Blanchard, Eastern Michigan University. Overarching Model of Training Process: Unlike other Training books on the market, Effective Training places training activities in the context of organizational strategy. P. James Thacker, University of Windsor. Readers are not only guided through each phase of the training process, but they also see how each phase relates to the overall strategy of the organization.
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Training provides employees with the knowledge and skills to perform more effectively. 6. Training is a subsystem within the larger Human Resource Unit, which is itself a subsystem of the company. Input Process Output Training’s Organizational Environment Mission Strategy Structure Policies Procedures Finance Resources People Products Technology Training Subsystem Org Needs Employee Needs Budget Equipment Staff Analysis Design Development Implementation Evaluation Knowledge Skill Attitude Motivation Job Performance.
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Chapter: 6. Traditional Training Methods. Retrieved from Pearson Education, Inc EFFECTIVE DEMONSTRATION It is an effective skill if you understand how to use a demonstration effectively. This can be done by splitting the lecture into reduced sections, so that trainees can keep the information clear and concise. They are: Tell the trainees what you will be doing so they understand what you will be showing them. This focuses their attention on the critical aspects of the task Demonstrate the task, describing what you are doing while you are doing it.