Ppt on building a learning organization - employee retention
CiteHRCiteHR
 
HOME RISE NEW TEAM →|
Home > Human Resource Section > Employee Training & Development

pranati Started The Discussion:

ppt on building a learning organization


Attached FilesProvided by community member pranati. Join us to learn and grow with your peers.
File Type: ppt training__development_118.ppt (301.5 KB, 4575 views)
nidpi -  Member Since: Jan 2006
Hi Pranati! That was a really nice presentation. Very nicely almost everything is covered in this. Thanks. Regards, Nidhi

wei -  Member Since: Mar 2006
hi pranati.. i’m wei, a new member how do you do? thank’s for the beautiful power point... it really help me in learn more.. :D :D :D

maniksona2 -  Member Since: Feb 2006
Dear Pranati, Hi I just read ppt posted by you. It is excellent! Thanx for sharing knowledge. Regards, Manisha

ssheetaldeshmukh -  Member Since: Mar 2006
Hi Pranati, I am a new entrant in your HR Team, its really nice piece of information for a new comer like me. Thanks Sheetal

avanesh yadav -  Member Since: Jan 2006
Hi Pranati, Can you please send this presentation to me on my mail ID "avaneshyadav@yahoo.co.in" thanks Avanesh

avanesh yadav -  Member Since: Jan 2006
Hi Pranati, Can you please send this presentation to me on my mail ID "avaneshyadav@yahoo.co.in" thanks Avanesh

avanesh yadav -  Member Since: Jan 2006
Hi Pranati, Can you please send this presentation to me on my mail ID "avaneshyadav@yahoo.co.in" thanks Avanesh

avanesh yadav -  Member Since: Jan 2006
Hi Pranati, Can you please send this presentation to me on my mail ID "avaneshyadav@yahoo.co.in" thanks Avanesh

mcbridm -  Member Since: Mar 2006
A Trend Analysis from 1996 does not have very much use in 2006. I thought the presentation was disjointed and did not seem to flow into a central topic. Most of the information was outdated and therefore not useful.




 
 
 
 





POSTING RULES OF CONDUCT
  • Do not post anything derogatory about any company or person.
  • Sharing articles from other websites should be done by posting a link to the original article.
  • To discuss sensitive issues create a pseudo/anonymous account.
  • Please avoid repeat posting your company profile - such accounts are removed automatically.

  • Found This Useful? +Vote Up This Via Google.  

    Why Vote? User validation is extremely important for good content to prosper.
    Disclaimer: This network and the advice provided in good faith by our members only facilitates as a direction towards the actions necessary. The advice should be validated by proper consultation with a certified professional. The network or the members providing advice cannot be held liable for any consequences, under any circumstances.



    3M Users, 100K+ Documents & 450K+ Discussions

    Share »


    Cite.Co helps people come together to solve each other's problems on all aspects of professional life.
    Community Support & Professional Insights. Login or Register.
    Email/Username    
    Password  

    About Us - Advertise - Contact Us - RSS   On Google+  
    All trademarks and copyrights held by respective owners. Member comments are owned by the poster.
    Privacy Policy | Disclaimer | Terms Of Service
    Facebook Page | Follow Us On Twitter | Linkedin Network