Hrm/531 Training Plan

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Training Plan Levuris J Smith HRM/531 November 27, 2013 Samuel Hall Continual training and development of employees from low-level to high-level is an integral part of an organization reaching for and achieving its goals. In order for an organization to be successful, collaboration between individuals and departments is imperative. Organizations may have their standard training and development programs to assist employees in reaching their ultimate level of performance; however monitoring of performance is necessary to ensure individual and organizational goals are met. In advance of producing your training program, it is vital for you as the coach to do your homework and study your business’s situation methodically. By collecting…show more content…
Training is defined as a planned program designed to improve performance It is important to do some homework or proper planning before engaging in the training program. Training should be undertaken to satisfy a specific needs and should never be provided because it is believed trendy or because other companies are provided that training. “Training needs analysis can be defined as a procedure of recognizing an issue or concern, gathering, examining and understanding data, and using information obtained to select or design an appropriate HRD intervention to address the issue or problem” (Rothwell, & Kazanas, 1990. Focus should be retained on needs as different to requests. The general purpose of training analysis in the field of human resource education and training is to identify needs and describe the gap between current and optimal individual or organizational performance. You also consider how to use a needs assessment to identify areas of learning opportunities, and then select the appropriate training methods to optimize training effectiveness. You also need to explore strategies for evaluating employee training and development activities to ensure they are achieving the intended purpose. Training Program content and objectives The following training items will be covered in the training program for…show more content…
The MBO process allows mid-level managers, supervisors, and sales department staff to develop the objective for which he or she is evaluated on periodically and be awarded according to their results (Cascio, 2013). MBO places the attention of the evaluation on their set goals rather than the methods about accomplishing there goals. Evaluation methods can be classified three ways; corporate, functional, and individual, Landslide Limousines uses a combination these objective methods. Once the objectives have been identified, they must satisfy certain conditions: They must be specific, measurable, achievable, and relevant too there position and specific to the period of the
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