Pashariyan
Human Resource Management

please can any one suggest me about my career. i did my MBA with hr specialization an d worked as hr recruiter for one year and then joined as asst professor since last 3 yrs.now i am feeling that this field is not having broader scope because if mba admissions are less thn we vl mhave survive problem.if i joined as recruiter they may consider my only one year exp.pls suggest me
3rd September 2011 From India, Hyderabad
Dear Pashariyan,
I can understand your problem as we have many students coming to us with the same frustration. But let me tell you one thing. Teaching as a profession has its own advantages. One can never have survival problems if we keep oursleves updated-i.e in terms of knowledge, experience, research. I hope u are aware about advantages of Ph.D (not only in terms of raise in slary but also in grades). So if you want to stay in teaching profession you must pursue Ph.d or add up to your skills. Do some certification in Psychometric testing (FIROB, MBTI, 16 PF,Transactional analysis, NLP etc). Thsi will enable you to take up traing programmes for industry people. Then your question of one year exp. too will get solved.
Get into training modules for nearby companies, tie ups from your institutes can help you.
All the best!
Regards
Muktai Chavan.
3rd September 2011 From India, Nagpur
Thank you very much Muktai Chavan.i am very impressed and feel relaxed with ur valuable suggestion.I wl try to do what u suggested me and even i registered for phd Now i will seriously concentrate on this training modules.Can you please send me some more information about training if u have.Once again thank u very much.
Regards
Pasha_riyan
5th September 2011 From India, Hyderabad
Hi,
Its really good if you have registered for Ph.D.
As a HR person you must be aware about Training and development methods. Also the need of Training is different for different organizations. This is because of their product/services/employees/their market share,etc. So if you are planning to contact the organizations see to it whether they have a T&D department and get in touch with HR.
Secondly you can start preparing Training modules on your own-Behavioural training could be something they are interested. So prepare some short modules (these should have content,duration, method of training) taking into consideration the employees. Then you can be prepared to add,delete, ie modify the content of the programme to suit the needs of the organization.
If you can tie up with MSME (office must be in your city) they may help you and offer you to conduct MDP's in your institute.
Hope this helps. In case of any querries feel free to contact.
Regards
Muktai Chavan.
7th September 2011 From India, Nagpur
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