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Management Developement

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  • 1. MANAGEMENT
    DEVELOPEMENT
    PRESENTED BY
    REKHAMUDRA SAHOO
    RAMANANDA SAHOO
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  • 2. 2
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    CONTENTS
    INTRODUCTION
    TYPE OF DEVELOPMENT ROGRAMME
    MENTORING PROGRAMME
    COACHING PROGRAMME
    JOB ROTATION PROGRAME
    PROFFESIONAL DEVELOPEMENT
    EXECUTIVE DEVELOPMENT
    SUPERVISING DEVELOPMENT
    CONCLUSION
  • 3. R2
    3
    INTRODUCTION
    • Management Development is described as the process from which managers learn and improve their skills not only to benefit themselves but also their employing organizations
    • 4. Managers are exposed to learning opportunities whilst doing their jobs
    • 5. One of the determinants of organizational success
    • 6. Direct economic benefit to the organization
  • Management Development Methods
    ManagementMentoring
    ManagementCoaching
    Job
    Rotation
    ExecutiveDevelopment
    Professional
    Development
    SupervisoryDevelopment
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    R2
  • 7. R2
    5
    MANAGEMENT
    MENTORING
    PROFESSIONAL
    DEVELOPEMENT
    MANAGEMENT
    COACHING
    EXECUTIVE
    DEVELOPEMENT
    JOB
    ROTATION
    SUPERVISORY
    DEVELOPEMENT
  • 8. R2
    6
    DEFINITION
    • Mentoring is a process for the transmission of knowledge, skill, and the psychosocial support perceived by the recipient as relevant to work, career, or professional development
    • 9. A more experienced or more skill person help a less experienced or less skill person in an organization to develop a specific capacity.
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    7
    TYPE OF MENTORING
    • FORMAL
    Organizational program design to promote employee development and value oriented
    • INFOMAL
    Develop on their own choice person for the carrier development
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    8
    Features of Mentoring Program
    • Mentoring is collaborative problem-solving and interactive learning.
    • 11. Mentoring is an attempt to create as gentle a learning curve as possible for pre-professionals.
    • 12. Direct instruction in technique also possible (but not the primary focus unless necessary).
    • 13. Generally it is face to face and taken for the specific period of time
    • 14. It is one way communication program
  • R2
    9
    MANAGEMENT
    MENTORING
    EXECUTIVE
    DEVELOPEMENT
    MANAGEMENT
    COACHING
    PROFESSIONAL
    DEVELOPEMENT
    MANAGEMENT
    COACHING
    JOB
    ROTATION
    JOB
    ROTATION
    SUPERVISORY
    DEVELOPEMENT
  • 15. R2
    10
    COACHING
    • A method of directing, instructing and training a person or group of people, with the aim to achieve some goal or develop specific skills
    • 16. Coaching is a process that facilitates the learning, development and performance of an individual
    • 17. A process to encourage employees to:
    • 18. Accept responsibility for their actions
    • 19. Achieve and sustain superior performance
    • 20. Work as partners in achieving organizational goals and effectiveness
  • R2
    Objective of COACHING
    • To achieves organizational goal
    • 21. To develop specific skills
    • 22. To modification of behavior modeling
    Value assessment
    • To improve potential in work
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    Type of coaching
    • Business coaching
    • 23. Personal coaching
    • 24. Health coaching
    • 25. Sports coaching
    • 26. Dating coaching
    • 27. Conflict coaching
    • 28. Transformational Coaching
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    13
    Who?
    • Qualified, experienced employer
    • 29. It may 1:1 or team (ready, willing, able
    Way through coaching done?
  • R2
    14
    MANAGEMENT
    MENTORING
    EXECUTIVE
    DEVELOPEMENT
    MANAGEMENT
    COACHING
    PROFESSIONAL
    DEVELOPEMENT
    SUPERVISORY
    DEVELOPEMENT
    JOB
    ROTATION
  • 32. R2
    15
    JOB ROTATION
    • Employees move from one job to another to broaden experience
    • 33. Helps new employees understand variety of jobs
  • R2
    16
    Goals
    • To provide learning experiences
    • 34. Facilitate changes in thinking
    • 35. Perspective equivalent to the “level of the succession planning’’.
  • R2
    17
    Features
    • Enhance the skills of the employees
    • 36. Reduce monotony in daily work
    • 37. Alternate between different types of mechanical loads
    • 38. Alternate between high and low energetic loads of different jobs
    • 39. Divide equally the physically demanding work among the employees
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    Benefits
    • Job Rotation provides employees with further training to improve their qualifications through general and/or specialist training.
    • 40. Strengthens their position within the company
    • 41. Provides the employee with an opportunity to take part in team building
    • 42. Personal development with enhanced levels of confidence and greater self knowledge
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    PROFESSIONAL
    DEVELOPEMENT
    MANAGEMENT
    MENTORING
    MANAGEMENT
    COACHING
    EXECUTIVE
    DEVELOPEMENT
    SUPERVISORY
    DEVELOPEMENT
    JOB
    ROTATION
  • 43. Professional Development
    • Professional Development is the systematic maintenance, improvement and broadening of knowledge and skill
    • 44. The development of personal qualities necessary for the execution of professional and technical duties throughout your working life
    • 45. It is a life-long learning approach to planning, managing and benefiting from your own development.
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  • 46. Goals
    • Maintain and enhance your competence in your current role
    • 47. Ensure you are competitive in the job market
    • 48. Find a new intellectual challenge
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  • 49. Features
    • Here skills and knowledge attained for both personal development and career advancement
    • 50. All types of facilitated learning opportunities, ranging from college degrees to formal coursework, conferences and informal learning opportunities
    E.g. teachers, health care professionals, lawyers, accountants and engineers engage in professional development
    22
  • 51. Type of Professional development
    Formal or Informal
    Group or Individual
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    MANAGEMENT
    MENTORING
    PROFESSIONAL
    DEVELOPEMENT
    MANAGEMENT
    COACHING
    EXECUTIVE
    DEVELOPEMENT
    JOB
    ROTATION
    SUPERVISORY
    DEVELOPEMENT
  • 53. Executive Development
    • Executive development is the whole of activities aimed at developing the skills and competencies of those that will have executive positions in organizations
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  • 54. Purpose of ED
    • To build tactical skills for employees
    • 55. Communication skill
    • 56. Team building among the organization
    26
  • 57. Benefits
    • Used to evaluate future potential future executives
    • 58. Mechanism for the CEO
    • 59. The executive team to cascade their strategies, goals
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  • 60. MTS Allstream Inc. proprietary. Use pursuant to company instructions./
    Information exclusive à MTS Allstream Inc. Utiliser conformément aux directives de la société.
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    MANAGEMENT
    MENTORING
    EXECUTIVE
    DEVELOPEMENT
    MANAGEMENT
    COACHING
    PROFESSIONAL
    DEVELOPEMENT
    JOB
    ROTATION
    SUPERVISING
    DEVELOPEMENT
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    Supervising Development
    • The act of managing employees in a business
    • 62. It is an effort that enhances the learner's capacity to be a supervisor
    • 63. Often it includes conducting basic management skills.
    Like decision making, problem solving, planning, delegation and meeting management
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    Objective of SD
    • Understand techniques for effective performance management, including performance standards, constructive feedback, rewards and recognition, documentation of employee behavior, progressive discipline
    • 65. Identify the factors, variables, or components that when employed produce more effective decisions, better quality judgments, and more efficient problem solving
    • 66. Understand the impact of diversity on the role and function of supervisors
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    GOALS
    • Fulfilling basic needs of organization
    • 68. Decision making
    • 69. Employee performance management
    • 70. Problem solving
    • 71. Understand their own behavioral tendencies
    • 72. Enhance strategies for working together
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    Benefits
    • Enhancing the learner's capacity to be a good supervisor
    • 74. Increasing basic management skills
    • 75. Changing policies make lower employee to be motivated
    • 76. Helps in guiding employee performance, team building,
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  • 77. 33
    Conclusion
    Management development profession can done a tremendous benefits for making better use of consulting approach and skills in management development programmed both in company and at external development institutionswith enhancing interpersonal skills.
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    MANAGEMENT DEVELOPEMENT PROGRAMME
    MANAGEMENT
    MENTORING
    EXECUTIVE
    DEVELOPEMENT
    THANK YOU !
    MANAGEMENT
    COACHING
    PROFESSIONAL
    DEVELOPEMENT
    JOB
    ROTATION
    SUPERVISING
    DEVELOPEMENT
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