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Behavioural Training Model ?

Last post August 29, 2010 13:16 PM by Narasimhan . 1 repiles.

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Behavioural Training Model ?

Hello professionals,

What is that you feel HR managers should include in the Behavioural Training Model? Is there a gap in the Training expected and Give?

Can there be anyway where we can find out the effectiveness of Behavioural Training ?

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aryan

March 19, 2009 09:592
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Re: Behavioural Training Model ?

Hello Aryan, Being a trainer, I believe one can start with need analysis.Though behavioural training includes number of modules or skill comman to all like communication, time management etc but the behavioural training model always depends on following things: 1) nature of work( are employees directly coming in contact with customers? if yes then should be given customer focus training, stress management training, negotiation skill) 2) for all the leaders we can run training on leadership make sure it should be people specific, we can understand employees with the help of questionaire of psychometric tests. thanks!
December 18, 2009 01:283
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Re: Behavioural Training Model ?

Hi All

where can we get the training model that is  based on the behaviour .... plz reply.

this is kind of urgent....

March 20, 2010 11:274
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Re: Behavioural Training Model ?

HI,

You should start exploring various behavioral and psychometric tools which help in Training Model.

DISC, 16PF are effective tools which i have used extensively which help us evaluate the participants behavior, thier trainability, job fitment, performance on the Job, etc.

To use the right tool, we need to define the intent of behavioral training and outcome expected.

August 29, 2010 01:165
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Re: Behavioural Training Model ?

Understand the behaviour of the employee by the group and the employee itself there is a model called FIRO B. In this model the employee can assess themselves and also identify his/her SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats).

Others views please.

try this.

 

Thanks and regards

Narasimhan