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Meenu27 Started The Discussion:

Hi all,
I am HR executive and I have only 4 months experience.This is first time my boss asked me to prepare an induction presentation for the new joinees as well as the conduction of the same. I need your help. Please explain how to prepare the presentation and how to conduct this for a group of 12 people. I need urgent answers please. :?

Meenu

capricornabhi - Member Since: May 2007
Hi Meenu,


Well for the Induction presentation you can prepare a Powerpoint presentation about youur company. The presentation may include
1)a briefing about your company,
2)its objectives,
3)details of the board of directors,
4)HR policies,
5)organizational hierarchy etc.

Regards

Abhishek

Shweta_G - Member Since: May 2007
Hi Meenu and Supriya, I am ataching here with the template format to prepare the induction presentation, have a look at it. It may fulfill your requirements With Regards Shweta


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sachi_bmasmba - Member Since: Jul 2007
just collect that & implement with feedback


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P. CHANDRASEKHAR - Member Since: Jul 2007
Hi Meenu,

Abhishek has it correct.

If the inductees are themselves freshers, you might have to add certian things like, etiquette- in communication, in behaviour across levels in the organization ( remember no one has ever told them about it! ).

Decide if it is only Induction alone or "Induction Training". Because the value addition will come with "Indiuction Training". Adding a flavour of training to your program will go a long way in preventing future problems.
For this you will have to get a good look at te profiles of the Inductees. From there you can decide what all to add.

Best of Luck. Keep us posted on what happens.

Regards
Chandrasekhar

SATISH KUMAR DHANWAL - Member Since: Jul 2007
THIS IS THE BEST AND ONLY WAY OF PREPARING POWER POINT PRESENTATION ON "INDUCTION TRAINING". TECHNICAL APSECTS OF THE PRODUCT OF THE COMPANY MUST BE GIVEN ADEQUATE COVERAGE FOR ALL TYPES OF FRESH JOINEES.

chandrabhushan.suryawansh - Member Since: Dec 2006
Dear Meenu. i hope till now you would have a good idea how to prepare a Induction Presentation.. one thing i want to say... ADD some Milestones of your company so New joinee can be famailier what is a Brand Value in the market of that comany where they are working....and a Detail information about all the Departments u should add... ok..
All the Best.


Rgds

Bunty Suryawanshi
Gurgaon.

Waleed Al Yarubi - Member Since: May 2007
Plz refer to the attached flow chart. Regards,


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rramxx - Member Since: Feb 2007
Here is one more article that you may find useful in connection with induction training R Ramamurthy


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kavithagm - Member Since: Jul 2007
Hai Senor's

Can anyone say what's the difference between trainnig and development.

Exact meaning for training and development . if anyone helpme out to give the answer for these questions and really thankfull.


Regards

kavitha



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