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Orientation and Coaching in Human Resource Development

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1-In your experience of orientation program, what is the most beneficial content you learn from the program? What is the topic that you believe should definitely be covered but was not? Explain your point.

2-If your organization were contemplating using a team-based approach to increase productivity and reduce cost, what training issues would the organization be likely to face? How could the organization address these issues?

3-Have you (or your supervisor) used the coaching technique on your subordinates (or his/her subordinates)? Which coaching model best describes the coaching process you experienced (or observed)? Was the coaching effort successful? Explain which part of the coaching process was effective and which part should be improved.

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1-In your experience of orientation program, what is the most beneficial content you learn from the program? What is the topic that you believe should definitely be covered but was not? Explain your point.
The most beneficial content learned from the orientation program is what is expected of the employees. As detailed on the website: Employee Orientation: Keeping New Employees on Board - How to Provide Effective New Employee Orientation
By Dr. Judith Brown . URL: http://humanresources.about.com/od/retention/a/keepnewemployee.htm

In my experience with orientation programs, the most beneficial content was not only what is expected of the employees, but also what direction the company is headed. Knowing what is expected and what fit the employee has with the company is very important for feeling important to the company's goals. Orientations cover what benefits are offered, how employees should treat each other, how complaints are handled, what will be tolerated and not tolerated, and what training will be offered to the employees.

What is the topic that you believe should definitely be covered but was not? Explain your point.
For me, a topic that should be covered, explained in detail, and have much more documentation supplied than is ...

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This in-depth solution of 954 words discusses orientation and coaching from a personal point of view, touching on topics such as beneficial topics, team-based approach, coaching techniques, and recommendations.

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