Employee and Management Development 1

Management
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·      Why are assessments important to employee development? Would using assessments alone be effective? Explain your answer.

 

·      What is the role of coaching in an effective employee development plan? Why would managers avoid coaching their employees?

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Assessing employee strengths and weaknesses is the first step in deciding the kind of training employees require. Training generally sustains employees gaining new skills; development assists put together employee talent and current performance. Upon learning employee strengths and weaknesses, an employee evaluation settles on what kind of training employees require to carry out their job tasks. An evaluation also drops light on development programs, which help employee and employer. No, using assessments alone to motivate employees would not be effective. There should be training and coaching. A lot of companies apply these employee assessments to assist them discover ways to inspire their employees to survive to their complete potential. This gives better results as each employee’s motive for working is distinctive. Addressing each individual requirement in the organization will generate an extremely motivated workforce that endeavors for the best all together.

Coaching is a special approach to develop employees' potential. With coaching, you give your staff the chance to nurture and attain best possible performance throughout reliable feedback, counseling and mentoring. Rather than relying exclusively on an appraisal schedule, you can pursue employees along the path to attain their goals. Done in the right way, coaching is supposed as a roadmap for accomplishment and an advantage. The real reason managers avoid coaching has nothing to do with skills or time: It is because they are uncomfortable with this role.They think thatif I tell them anything negative about themselves, they will get angry.  I am not a therapist. It's annoying when they don't be in agreement with my assessment.

References

https://www.successfactors.com/en_us/lp/articles/increase-employee-retention.html

http://www.bbmcareerdev.com/booksarticles_articles_detail.php?article=33


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