Congrats for a very comprehensive training flowchart- very well explained. But the only point I beg to differ about it is the point when u say STOP - I believe that training is a continous process , there can never be an end to training. Does this STOP apply to one training cycle ?
From India, Bangalore
Thanks for your comments and encouraging words.
Regarding the stop symbol - in a flow chart every process should have a start and finish (stop). Therefore it is only symbolic in nature.
As you rightly said, training is a continuous process in reality
From Oman, Muscat
I feel that trainings are continuous process and the flow chart should not end at "STOP" , after reward. The loop should go back to review and training need assisment. I believe if some one is capable of impoving his/her performance after training, there is a potential in that employee for further growth. You can further invest in this employee thereby retaining the employee by giving proper growth and development.
I think this way you can also address todays major concern for HR to retain talent .
From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
May I add that you might have gone a step ahead for for career planning and training for the same, which would bring in employee satisfaction and bring down attrition rates.
Thanks and regards
u hav made avery good training flow chart but the thing which i want to say is again about "stop", acc to me this stop shud not b there and the next thing that i want to suggest u that if u want u can add the "refresher training" also in this module.
its just a suggestion........
From India, Haldia
From India, New Delhi
From India, Chandigarh