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Analyzing Training Needs

How a HR manager analyzes training needs depends on whether he or she is training new or current employees. The main task in analyzing new employees training needs is to determine what the job entails and to break it down into subtasks, each of which then can be taught to the new employee. Analyzing current employees training needs can be ...

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QUESTIONING YOUR SELF!

Today morning at 5:00 am I was seating in meditation. I slowly started my focusing. I found slowly I am relaxing and entering in to Sigma state of mind. I became calm and pleasant.   I ask a question to my self:   What can improve quality of my life?   I went in to mutual discovery, kept on thinking (thinking is seeing in ...

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Be passionate

After he had lost the vice-presidential nomination to Estes Kefauver in 1956, Kennedy flew to Europe to rest.   He was basking in the sun at his father’s rented Riviera home when Michael Canfield, former husband of Jackie Kennedy’s sister, lee, came by.   Canfield asked jack why he wanted to be president. His eyes still closed, jack replied,” I ...

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Never waste life for valueless items

Knowing the frugality of Socrates’ way of life, a friend was surprised to discover the philosopher studying with rapt attention some flashy wares on displaying in the market place. He inquired why Socrates came to the market place. Since came to the market, since he never bought anything.” I am always amazed to see just how many things there are ...

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Ideas are everything

Henry Ford once called in an efficiently expert to examine the running of the organization. The expert made a favorable report, but had reservations about one employee.   “It’s that man down the corridor, he said, Every time I go by his office he’s just sitting there with his feet on his desk. He is wasting your money. That Man,” ...

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Curiosity and Ideas

An American news paper man tracked the curies down to the remote cottage in Brittany where they were vacationing. He found a rather dowdy woman sitting outside the floor.   Are you the house keeper? He began. “YES”   “Is your mistress inside?” “NO”   Will she be back soon?” “I don’t think so.”   The reporter sat down. “Can you tell ...

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Common to uncommon and that makes the difference.

A rich Dutch grocer who prided himself on his art collection managed to obtain an introduction to Picasso. He examined the works in the studio and then said, “Master, I understand everyone of your production except one.” “And that is” Your Dove. It seems to me so simple, so primitive that I cannot understand it.” “Sir,” Picasso asked, do you understand ...

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Breaking Through the Either, or Syndrome

Let’s take a little quiz.  Read the following five questions and answer them as honestly as possible. Ready? Begin… 1.  Do you want a successful career or a close relationship with your family? 2.  Do you want to earn a fortune or do the work you love? 3.  Do you want to enjoy a delicious love life or grow your ...

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HRD’s Contribution to Management – Developing Training Metrics

Organizations invest money, time, effort and manpower resources on training and development programs. Training has been viewed as a process of enhancing the knowledge, attitudes, skills and practices of organizational members to contribute to the productivity, quality and profitability of organizations.   Companies have been operating under the assumption that they are gaining positive results from training activities. However, In ...

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Advanced Learning & Training Techniques

Whether the medium is a textbook, computer, or the Internet, programmed learning (or programmed instruction) is a step by step, self-learning method that consists of three parts: 1. Presenting questions, facts, or problems to the learner. 2. Allowing the person to respond. 3. Providing feedback on the accuracy of answers.   Generally, programmed learning presents facts and follow-up questions. The ...

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