Human resource development includes employee training, employee career development, performance management and development, coaching, mentoring, succession planning, key employee identification, tuition assistance, and organization development.
Human resource development provides employees with the skills to meet current and future job demands. By aligning human resource development activities with the organization’s goals a business will be able to reach the necessary results.
Through knowledge management organizations can:
- Facilitate information exchange and transfer between employees
- Encourage creativity and innovation
- Tap the expertise of those leaving the organization
- Assist in documenting policies and procedures
The organizational development process requires:
- On-going diagnosis of the environment
- Development of an action plan
- Evaluation of the results
Management training develops employee strengths and their ability to contribute to your organization. A variety of management-level training is available to organizations – choices are endless. Dube Consulting may be able to help you obtain Workforce Training Funds, in certain states, for some selections.
Examples of human resource development include formal activities like: classroom training, college courses, and a change effort planned by the organization. An example of an informal activity is a manager coaching his or her employee on-the-job.
Human resource development within an organization occurs:
- Training and development (TD), the development of human expertise for the purpose of improving performance
- Organization development (OD), empowering the organization to take advantage of its human resource capital.
For in-service training, human resource development, coaching or assistance with organizational development