objectives of Training

objectives of Training in Organisational Behaviour

Today I will tell you what are the basic objectives of training in organisational behaviour. Why we need such training to get the better results. These training objectives are based on nature of the organization and could be based on current skills, Confused? Ok let me explain further, You just simply can not teach a security guard to Use high technical machinery use to enhance production. Perhaps a security guard can have the training of self-defense, martial arts, safety officers duties etc.

From the above example, we can divide the modules of training as per the employee’s skills and Rank to enhance their skills. These type of training session not just enhance their skills but also encouraged them to move further from one designation to next level.

The Main benefits of these training is also to check their organisational behaviour (OB).  Different types of trainings can systematically and scientifically impart new changes in Organizational Behavior. How? Continue Reading….

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Training is similar to motivation, and motivating the employee helps to achieve goals as a briefly describe it in motivation in organisational behaviour topic.

What are the objectives of Training,

Pieces of training help to improve the overall performance of employees also took the very importance of organisational behaviour. In production lines, it helps to handle materials, machines and other equipment more efficiently and thus the ration of wastage decreased which leads to more revenue.

Pieces of training such as self-security and safety officer help to reduce the number of accidents.

Training enhance employees skills and prepare them for next level jobs by developing advanced skills in them.



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