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Corporate HRD and Skills Development for Employment:                   Scope and Strategies   The term "Human Resource De...
 HRD is the integrated use of training, career, and organization development to improve individual effectiveness. HRD in...
 Better performance Development opportunity Training for high level of competency and excellence Meet the goals of ind...
   People are motivated by compelling opportunities.       It takes a positive frame of mind to get motivated.           ...
   Training increases performance and greatly    reduces the likelihood of costly mistakes.    Continuing education creat...
   Training with rapid results   Instruction design and evaluation process   Global interest in E-learning is growing  ...
   Growth and economic development.   Government and national policies.   Resources are efficiently utilized to support...
   Decreased legal costs and fewer lawsuits --    two of the most important effects training    has on human resources.
   As the human resources of a country develop,    the country progresses and the benefits    spread all over the country...
   The entire workforce gains when    human resource training is provided.
   Several effective methods for training and    developing your staff are available.    Traditional methods include clas...
   Online learning has become very popular,    given that technology provides opportunities    for trainers to develop co...
   Your entire company benefits when human    resource associates are well-trained. Turnover    is reduced when human res...
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  1. 1. Corporate HRD and Skills Development for Employment: Scope and Strategies The term "Human Resource Development" was coined by Dr. Leonard Nadler professor emeritus at George Washington University and author of "The Handbook of Human Resource Development.“ HRD is "organized learning activities arranged within an organization in order to improve performance and/or personal growth for the purpose of improving the job, the individual, and/or the organization"
  2. 2.  HRD is the integrated use of training, career, and organization development to improve individual effectiveness. HRD includes the areas of training, career, and organization development. This is related to Human Resource Management -- a field which includes HR research and information systems, union/labor relations, employee assistance, compensation/benefits, selection and staffing, performance management systems, HR planning, and organization/job design.
  3. 3.  Better performance Development opportunity Training for high level of competency and excellence Meet the goals of industry training and management education. Promote creativity Learning environment
  4. 4.  People are motivated by compelling opportunities. It takes a positive frame of mind to get motivated. -The Basic Tenet of Emotional Motivation Skill-based pay Training Culture Opportunity Merit pay reinforces performance culture Labor Rewards Relations Performance Management EmploymentSign-on Bonus Merit Pay
  5. 5.  Training increases performance and greatly reduces the likelihood of costly mistakes. Continuing education creates high- performing human resource associates.
  6. 6.  Training with rapid results Instruction design and evaluation process Global interest in E-learning is growing globally
  7. 7.  Growth and economic development. Government and national policies. Resources are efficiently utilized to support HRD when the maximum benefit is created at the lowest possible cost.
  8. 8.  Decreased legal costs and fewer lawsuits -- two of the most important effects training has on human resources.
  9. 9.  As the human resources of a country develop, the country progresses and the benefits spread all over the country. Better skilled and well-trained human resources attract a larger foreign investment into the country and improve the brand image of the country internationally.
  10. 10.  The entire workforce gains when human resource training is provided.
  11. 11.  Several effective methods for training and developing your staff are available. Traditional methods include classroom learning and on-the-job training; advanced technology provides more options such as online training and webinars.
  12. 12.  Online learning has become very popular, given that technology provides opportunities for trainers to develop computer-based training sessions. An advantage to the online method is convenience.
  13. 13.  Your entire company benefits when human resource associates are well-trained. Turnover is reduced when human resource professionals understand how to retain employees.

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