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Yusuf Kanthawala
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Dear Members!
Here is the ancient aspect of mixing Human Psychology and Human Resource Management
Please contribute to this topic.
Being a Corporate HR Trainer does a person requires Leadership or Management?
27th April 2011 From India, Delhi
Dear All, Can anyone provide me with the details, about what psychometric tests can be used for recruitment of fresh trainees Regards, Anju
27th April 2011 From India, Delhi
Hello, You may use PI (Predictive Index) psychometric testing. This is available from Thomas profiling. This can be used for employees at all levels. Regards Yusuf Kanthawala
27th April 2011 From India, Pune
Dear Mr. Mohan
As a Trainer, it is not mandatory for you to acquire LEADERSHIP SKILLS or MANAGEMENT..."A SKILL IS MEANT TO BE DEMONSTRATED BUT NOT BE OWNED".
A) you need to understand HUMAN PSYCHOLOGY (ATTITUDE, BEHAVIOUR) and all TRAITS/SKILLS that differentiate HUMAN BEINGS itself.
B) Your objective for being a trainer will define what skills you need to acquire..
With profound regards
27th April 2011 From India, Chennai
Dear Mates! In that is the case make it as HR professional instead of Corporate Trainer and contribute for the same question....
28th April 2011 From India, Delhi
Dear Mohan
As a corporate HR trainer/professional, trg on leadership would fall in your ambit. In fact, leadership is an art that is required at every level & every field. Understanding of human psychology would be essential to do justice to HR functions & its trg thereof.
Col Sunder Lalvani
28th April 2011
Hi Mohan,
Just came across one more tool, which I feel best suits your requirement. Its known as BEI (Behavioral Event Interviews). This is a mix of Psychology & Human Resource Management. There are agencies in Pune who run this certification program, you may want to google this and check it out.
Best Regards
28th April 2011 From India, Pune
Being a Corporate HR Trainer, one should have qualities of Leadership and Management. While imparting training trainer has to get involvement of participants in order to be a successful trainer
L C Tokalwar
28th April 2011 From India, Nagpur
Dear Mohan Shashank
You have put a very interesting discussion across.
In my view, Leadership and management are like a railway track, they never meet but, are useless without each other, one compliments the existence of the other and make the train run smoothly.
Human resource management draws a lot of cues from psychology for eg: the theories of learning and motivation. organisation change and Behaviour is no exception too, defense mechanisms, stress and others are for instance concepts very relevant to human psychology.
For further discussion any one concept may be chosen and discussed in detail.

28th April 2011 From India, Bangalore
Hi all,
I need some clarifications about Professional Tax regarding that
Thanks & Regards,
A. Radha Krishna
29th April 2011 From India, Warangal
Dear Vijaya Lakshmi!
Greetings for the day!
Excellent and I'm waiting for this reply... Infact, Leadership is the part of Management and everyone in this world need these two things in any of the functions they are performing and I congratulate Vijay Lakshmi for thata and this discussion is not yet terminated and need more things to discuss and please contribute more into this.
29th April 2011 From India, Delhi
Dear Mohan you as a Trainer and Motivator should have a blend of both Leadership qualities and Managing skills to give your best and be successful in ur Profession. Gud Luck Tirumala
2nd May 2011 From India, Karimnagar
Dear all, i m an HR Executive in a media based organization.Plz suggest me to do any IT related course which can give me leap for foreign opportunity. Regards; Sadhu
2nd May 2011 From India, Gurgaon
Dear Mr Mohan
I am sorry I could not get back earlier. Well this is a very interesting topic that you have initiated to discuss (Psychology + HR).
Understanding the stress and the pressure of work, mixed demographic features, rising expectations of the employer and 'ees and other contributing factors there is a new course introduced- Corporate Psychology to help manage the corporate citizens better. If you can get some details on the course you can get an insight into the various subjects included and their scope of application in the industry.
Well to continue on the discussion, as mentioned earlier it would be more appropriate to discuss on a specific topic rather than the whole subject
Looking forward to your inputs.
19th May 2011 From India, Bangalore
Dear Vijaya Lakshmi!
Greetings fr the day!
Thanks for participating in the discussion and making us glorified with the posts.
Here the thing is first make us generalised, because most of the people don't know the specific aspects. When we make it generalised, we can make an enthusiastic discussion with more number people to paricipate nad make this discussion brighter and later people like you can be made it as a specific discussion and based on that we can have some more knowedge inputs can be incorporated into this discussion.
Basing on this idea I made it unrestricted. Hope you got this and let us make this very clear.
My intention in asking this is most of the colleges or institutes are not giving the scope of making people to learn Human Psychology in addition to Human Resource management..
Inorder to make a discussion like this can enhance the skills of the readers atleast is my primary objective.
21st May 2011 From India, Delhi
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