In this video, explore how to best design training.
- Have you ever asked yourself…why you do the work that you do?…I mean besides a steady paycheck.…Understanding your motivation…and the motivation of employees…is central to how you approach…training and development in your organization,…this is why you should become well versed…in motivation theories as you prepare for your PHR exam.…There are several motivation theories you should understand…ranging from scientific to psychological.…Frederick Taylor introduced scientific management,…his theory was that there was one best way…to do a job efficiently…and he placed no value in the needs of employees.…
Elton Mayo tested Taylor's theory and found…that when management paid attention to human needs,…workers performed better,…this became known as the Hawthorne Effect.…Next, the Job Characteristics Model…states that employee motivation is linked to the task itself…rather than any internal or external factors.…It identifies five core job characteristics,…they are skill variety,…task identity,…task significance,…autonomy and feedback.…
- Modeling ethical standards
- Managing legal risks
- Finding and interviewing candidates
- Designing training and measuring its effectiveness
- Designing total rewards
- Promoting diversity and inclusion
- Employee engagement strategies
- Managing complaints and grievances
- Implementing workplace programs
Skill Level Advanced
Introduction to the PHR Certification Examwith Joanne Simon-Walters58m 16s Intermediate
1. Exam Topics: Business Management
2. Exam Topics: Talent Planning and Acquisition
3. Exam Topics: Learning and Development
4. Exam Topics: Total Rewards
5. Exam Topics: Employee and Labor Relations
6. Study Plan
Conclusion and Farewell
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