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Training programmes are not conducted because those type are available in the market but because your organisation needs it. Needs are derived from operations of your organisation.
The reply to your question is quite vast. I can list out 100+ training programmes. To cut short, you go through my interview was published on Times Ascent Online on employee training. Click here <link updated to site home> ( Search On Cite | Search On Google ) to read the interview. The interview will give you idea on how should you proceed.
8th June 2010 From India, Bangalore
I somehow feel that training or workshop modules dont work.
The fact being that there is no repeated learning process involved.
I would rather suggest that if you are just looking to groom your staff into a easy and stress free enviroment, then you should opt for worshop modules for half, one or max 2 days.
However if your motive is to engage your employees into a KRA based module where there is a defined process of learning along with acheivements. Then you must go for a productivity beased program which should be at repeated interventions. Having said so, this often results in a measurable result oriented program for companies, whereby a growth of atleast 60% is visible at the organizational and employee level.
And how does this work??? You will have to ask me yourself!!
9th June 2010 From India, Mumbai
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9th June 2010 From India, Mumbai
Thanks for helping me in finding some good training sessions.
Can I also ask for advice what do you do so that the grape vine culture is some how reduced a bit...
Also, I have initiated a skip level meeting in my organization can you suggest more these kinds of programs.
9th June 2010 From India, Gurgaon
Trainings should not be conducted just for the sake of conducting a training. It involves cost. A training without proper need analysis will fetch you with no results. Further, the management may also lose trust towards training sessions.
If you want to take some initiative to show your visibility or engage employees then just implement FAW(fun at work). Employees would really enjoy it.
Further it would work as stress buster. You can organise games like making tail, one minute game, brainteasers, riddles, or play bingo etc.
As an initiative you can implement Rewards and Recognization in your company. Individual department's best performer would be rewarded monthly by certificate and the appreciation letters would be sent to their residence.
9th June 2010 From India, Calcutta
Both me and my wife are trainers . My wife is also an HR consultant . We can help you with level wise , grade wise progress of training in your organization , keeping in mind that it is measurable and you can feel the difference in terms of productivity .
Apart from that my wife Smita will be able to guide you through various requirements of yours like skipping Grape vine communication and other processes.
You can contact us at 9830027177.
9th June 2010 From India, Delhi
Greetings of the day!
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We have a very strong suite of solutions- which we deliver only to companies which are passionate about developing their people.
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10th June 2010 From India, Bangalore
10th June 2010 From Malaysia, Puchong
My name is Ashly Stanly. Am a corporate trainer working with various corporates in Ahmedabad. I was a trainer with a Dubai based company, training for world level brands like Versace and Korloff.
If you are from Gujarat call me for a personal meeting, which can really work out something great.
Looking ahead for your positive reply.
Ashly Stanly ( Trainer )
11th June 2010 From United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi