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Training & Development Lessons from the movie "3 Idiots"

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  • 1. Group 4:Geetanjali Wadhawan (043023) Hitaishi Gupta (043026) Sukrita Goyal (191178)
  • 2. Agenda• Significance of Training• Role of the Trainer• Skills of the Trainer• Characteristics of Trainee• Methods of Training• Types of Training• Training Impact and evaluation• Conclusion
  • 3. TRAINERSViru Sahastrabudhe Phunksukh Wangdu
  • 4. TRAINEeSFarhaan Qureshi Phunksukh Wangdu Raju Rastogi
  • 5. Significance of training•Optimum Utilization of Human Resources – It helps in optimum utilization of humanresource that further helps to achieve the organizational goals and individual goals.•Enhancing skills of Human resources – It helps in enhancing technical as well asbehavioural skills of employee in an organization thus increasing efficiency of anorganization and helping employees to attain growth in their career path.•Productivity – It helps in increasing the productivity of the employees that helps theorganization further to achieve its long-term goal.•Organization Culture and Climate – It helps to develop and improve the organizationalhealth culture and effectiveness. It helps in creating the learning culture within theorganization. It creates a positive environment by creating positive perception andfeeling in organization.•Quality – Training and Development helps in improving upon the quality of work andwork-life.•Positive Image – It creates a better corporate image.
  • 6. role of trainer•Assess the training needs of the individual• Know more and more about people learning styles• Develop training programs• Planning and coordinating the resources required•Motivating employees to achieve goals• Facilitating process improvement•Constantly being in touch with trainees and workprocesses so that they are aware of employees’ skillneeds.•Acquiring in depth knowledge of organization and itsmission and goals.• Facilitate problem solving teams and making training asan integral part of the organization.
  • 7. role of trainer•Didn’t assess the training needs of thetrainees and delivered a standard training to allthe trainees every year.•He didn’t develop any new trainingprogram and didn’t even coordinate with thetrainees.• No feedback was taken from the trainees andno motivation was given to them to achieve theirgoals.
  • 8. role of trainerFor example Rancho wanted to learnextra, so he should have beenencouraged to pursue hisinnovative projects.Also considering the financialconditions of Raju’s family instead ofdiscouraging and threatening him togo against Rancho, he should havebeen advised and motivated toachieve his goals.
  • 9. role of trainerRancho tried to understand the trainees well, insteadof asking them to follow status quo, he asked them tofollow their dreams.He encouraged and motivated Raju and Farhaan atevery step.
  • 10. role of trainerThis helped Raju get a good placement
  • 11. role of trainerFarhaan become a professional photographerwhich was his dream in life.
  • 12. Skills of trainer•Controlling the Group•Communication skills•Setting the Example ---Negative ExamplesJoy’s Case•Planning•Measuring and evaluating•Strategic planning•Subject knowledge
  • 13. Skills of trainer•Listening•Coaching•Getting and Giving Information•Understanding Group Needs and Characteristics•Communication Skills•Knowing and Understanding Group Resources•Controlling the Group•Counseling•Setting the Example---Running Joy’s Helicopter, creating an inverter with car batteries•Representing the Group•Planning•Strategic planning•Problem solving•Facilitating organizational change•Subject knowledge•Initiation
  • 14. characteristics of traineeFarhan Qureshi, Raju Rastogi, and Rancchoddas Shamaldas Chanchad "Rancho" are three engineering students who share a room in a hostel at the Imperial College of Engineering (ICE).
  • 15. characteristics of trainee•Farhan is studying engineering to pursue his fathers wishes over his own wish — tobecome a wildlife photographer.•Raju is studying to raise his familys fortunes. He is pessimistic and superstitious.•Rancho, driven by his passion for machines and devices, studies for joy of it. He hascome to this engineering college for learning.
  • 16. characteristics of traineeDesire:All the three trainees had the desire to learn. Their motives were different butdesire was there.Willingness to Listen:Both Raju and Farhan had the willingness to listen as they didn’t wish to questionthe status quo but Rancho was willing to question the status quo so he wantedjustification for anything that he couldn’t understand.Dedication:Rancho was dedicated to the core. Since he was driven by his passion formachines and devices, he could run Joy’s helicopter.Mental and Physical Preparedness: Raju was not at all mentally prepared when Viru Sahastrabudhe threatens toexpel Raju unless he squeals on Rancho. Not wanting to betray his friend or letdown his family, Raju jumps out of the third floor window and ends up in a coma.Rancho was mentally very strong. Despite Viru Sahastrabudhe’s constant scoldingand discouraging words, Rancho held his passion to the core.
  • 17. METHODS OF HANDLING TRAINEES
  • 18. Boman Irani ( The Principal)
  • 19. 1. Discipline
  • 20. 2. Reinforcing Competition
  • 21. 3. Creating pressure
  • 22. 4. Performance judgedby Marks
  • 23. 5. Discouraged Creativityand Innovative Thinking
  • 24. 6. Criticised publicallyand never appreciated
  • 25. 7. No Open Communication
  • 26. AAMIR KHAN
  • 27. 1. “Love what you do”
  • 28. 2. Encouraged Creativity and Innovation
  • 29. 3. Against Pressure “AAL IZZ WELLL”
  • 30. 4. Being a Role model
  • 31. 5. Practical Application
  • 32. 6. Freedom
  • 33. 7. Humour
  • 34. 8.Believed in Learningand not Marks
  • 35. TYPES OF TRAINING USED
  • 36. •Demonstration trainingAamir Khan demonstrates what he tells his friends to do asdiscussed above.•ProjectsStudents in the college were given projects as part of theircurriculum•MentoringAamir Khan acts as a mentor for his friends to make them realizethat passion leads to excellence and thus one should do what oneloves.•Cognitive learningKnowledge is imparted in the students through lectures and bygiving them various projects.
  • 37. TRAINING IMPACT AND EVALUATION
  • 38. Boman Irani ( The Principal)
  • 39. Students are not able to perform well because ofthe fear of failingThey do not learn the practical applications of theconcepts taught as stress is on scoring marks and noton learning.The pressure created even drove a student tocommit suicide.Students become a part of the rat race and do notunderstand the importance of pursuing theirpassion.No creativity due to fear of getting humiliated bythe trainer
  • 40. AAMIR KHAN
  • 41. The trainees understand the importance of pursuing their passionThey understand the importance of excelling at what they do ratherthan running after success.The trainees learn to live their life free of fear and understand whattheir trainer was teaching them.The trainees learn that every stressful situation can be faced bytelling your heart that “all is well”. Performance deteriorates underpressure and it is important to manage stress successfully to succeed.As the trainer here demonstrated whatever he told them todo, there was greater trust between the trainer and the trainees andthey were more motivated to follow him.
  • 42. •Training that is imposed upon the trainees is noteffective.•Open communication is important between thetrainer and the trainees. One way training is not aseffective as interactive training.•Demonstration training is more effective as itshows the practical application of the training.•Learning from the peer group is much greater thanclassroom learning.•Once the importance of the learning being impartedis explained to the trainees, they become muchmore receptive to it.

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