How HR made a difference at work
- The Forgotten Employee â€“ Managers. Magenta, Gary // Leadership Excellence Essentials;Aug2015, Vol. 32 Issue 8, p14
The article discusses the importance of manager training in business, considering the perspective of managers as a frequently neglected employee. Topics addressed include statistics suggesting that U.S. businesses undervalue managers and supervisors as critical to performance, assertions that...
- BRIEFCASE. Roderick, Ceri // People Management;4/17/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 8, p59
The article offers guidance on how to market a business case for assessor training. The business case should emphasize the negative consequences of poor training for line managers or assessors and cost-benefits of the training. Benefits can be marketed effectively by estimating return on...
- Pre--Supervisory Training--Yes Or No? Grindle, Crosby R. // Training Directors Journal / ASTD;Jan65, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p12
Deals with the issue of pre-supervisory training. Relevance of pre-supervisory training of employees; Survey of business enterprises about their experiences; Program subjects; Problems encountered; Measuring of success.
- Instant Faculty For Supervisory Training. Doyle, Robert J. // Training & Development Journal;Mar1967, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p50
Advises companies on using line people as trainers in supervisory training programs. Program objectives; Ways to help line people overcome stage fright; Scheduling of presentations from line people; Applications of program using line people as trainers.
- SUPERVISOR'S ROLE IN TRAINING PROGRAMS AS A MANAGER OF LEARNING PROGRAM. Abdullah, Muhammad Madi Bin; Baroto, Mas Bambang; Ismail, Azman; Tat, Huam Hon // LogForum;2011, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p17
According to the training literature, a supervisor's role in training programs has two major elements: supervisor support and supervisor communication. The ability of supervisors to play effective roles in training programs may increase employees' motivation to learn. The nature of this...
- Managers poorly equipped to manage staff. // e.learning age;Feb2009, p4
The article reports on a survey commissioned by SkillSoft, which showed that over 75% of managers are being prompted to undertake tasks without undergoing appropriate training. The survey revealed that personnel management is the job managers feel they are least prepared to handle. According to...
- Super Training. Lawrie, John; Steinburg, Craig // Training & Development;May91, Vol. 45 Issue 5, p12
Offers suggestions to ensure the success of a supervisory training program. Trainees' knowledge of the program content; Importance of the training attendance of the supervisors of the trainees; Auditing of the performance of trainees.
- DELEGATE LEARNING RESPONSIBILITIES TO THE TRAINEES. Uraneck, William O. // Training & Development Journal;Nov71, Vol. 25 Issue 11, p44
Relates learning experience in supervisory training. Responsibilities of board of directors to formulate basic policies to govern the conduct of all employees; Change on the approach in teaching.
- Addressing management issues. // MLO: Medical Laboratory Observer;Jul2008, Vol. 40 Issue 7, p62
The article provides an answer to a question of how to train a person to become an effective supervisor.