hrm552 | Graduate

Organizational Training And Development

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This course applies development and training concepts to enhance organizational performance. Students will develop an employee engagement strategy. Other topics include training program development and delivery, employee relations, organizational development theories and applications, behavior issues, and performance management.

This graduate-level course is 6 weeks This course is available to take individually or To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 6 weeks

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    Employee and Management Development

    • Evaluate various types of employee development programs.
    • Analyze why employee development is critical to organizational success.
    • Evaluate strategies for developing effective managers.
    • Explain the role that succession planning plays in building managerial talent.

    Current Trends

    • Justify the role and importance of orientation (onboarding) training.
    • Demonstrate effective team training methods.
    • Assess the benefits of cross-cultural training.
    • Evaluate current and emerging organizational training and development trends

    Training and Development Overview

    • Assess the value of aligning training with business strategy.
    • Evaluate training as an open system including input, process, and output based upon organizational dynamics and environment.
    • Apply the training process model to an organization.

    Needs Assessment and Training Design

    • Analyze the purpose of the various steps involved in a needs assessment.
    • Appraise the link between performance appraisals, training, and needs assessment.
    • Assess social learning theory and its relationship to training design.
    • Demonstrate effective training techniques.

    Training Program Development and Delivery

    • Assess techniques used to align learning objectives with strategic outcomes.
    • Evaluate external and internal considerations in employee training and delivery.
    • Determine appropriate techniques and applications for addressing organizational development needs.
    • Analyze legal considerations related to training development and delivery.

    Motivation and Performance

    • Compare diverse factors that can influence human performance.
    • Compare cognitive and behaviorist learning theories related to motivation and performance.
    • Assess the impact of self-efficacy on motivation.
    • Determine strategies for enhancing adult learning.
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