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Conventional ‘training’ is required to cover essential work-related skills, techniques and knowledge, and much of this section deals with taking a positive progressive approach to this sort of traditional ‘training’.
Importantly however, the most effective way to develop people is quite different to conventional skills training, which let’s face it most employees regard as a pain in the neck. They’ll do it of course, but they won’t enjoy it much because it’s about work, not about themselves as people. The most effective way to develop people is instead to enable learning and personal development, with all that this implies.
So, as soon as you’ve covered the basic work-related skills training that is much described in this section – focus on enabling learning and development for people as individuals – which extends the range of development way outside traditional work skills and knowledge, and creates far more exciting, liberating, motivational opportunities – for people and for employers.
Organizations are facing great pressure to change these days – to facilitate and encourage whole-person development and fulfillment – beyond traditional training.
Narrower concept that involves planned instructional activities
May use departmental processes and activities
Different views on the interaction of internal/external factors. Part of human resource management. It may also describe the organizations strategy for managing the process
Outcomes may be long lasting but may diminish over time
RM E-Services has developed Special Sales Modules for Students. These Modules not only help Students in their Present Day to Day Activity but also help them face Real Life Situations in the World. Apart from this Special care has been taken to Equip the Students not just for entering Corporate but also to Excel in the Corporate World.
According to a recent study, lack of soft skills is one of the key reasons for the rising stress, dissatisfaction and attrition rate among the IT/ITES sector.
The Indian IT industry is expected to exceed $60 billion by 2010 and will employ 2.3 million graduates.
To combat these challenges, organizations need to train soft skills to their employees and equip them with skills that help them better handle with workplace issues.