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hi, i am mba-hr,can i work as spoken english trainer? will it be helpful for my carer in future. pls guide me.
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Dear Sheetal,
if you want to specialize in Training (and there are many opportunities nowadays with more and more organisations recognising the need for talent development) then this is probably a start to pick up the basic skills. However as an MBA in HR, in order to grow in T&D you must, at some point, look at shifting to more corporate oriented programs like soft skills, basic behavioral programs or even product/process training.
You have not mentioned your year of MBA completion and how long you have been working in your current profile, but if you have recently completed your MBA and started with this job, stick around a couple of months and pick up the basic skills but be on the look out for other, more diverse, opportunities.
Regards
Manish.
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