Training and Professional Development
Professional Training is a major component of human resource development and is generally a factor for development.
It will help to develop the skills of different jobs and provide the company with the means to improve productivity and to increase competitiveness.
The professional development project focuses on three actors:
- The collaborator : He is the main actor of his career management.
- The manager : He is responsible for the implementation of the professional development within his team
- The HR function : It facilitates the conception, execution and monitoring of the professional development process in connection with other HR processes
- Is the responsibility of managers and human resources
- Retain talent through skills development
- It is assessed through a maintenance process
The individual interview is a major management act, it allows :
- Ensure the adequacy between a person and his position
- Evaluate the mastering of skills with respect to a reference and consider means for development.
- Evoke the prospects of possible professional development.
At the end of the interviews, the managers make a point with HR on the individual development plans to put in place.
The three characteristics of the development plan
- Specific to the person
- Depends on
- Learning style
- Aspiration to develop
- Focused on short-term development goals
- Designated to
Promote performance in the current position
- Focused on medium-term development goals
- Designated to
Prepare the career development stage
The main development actions
On the job
- Participate or manage a project
- Develop other skills
- Participate in different meetings
- To be supervised by a leader
- Exchanges of good practices
- Internal and / or external training
- Participation in seminars
New job and new responsibilities
- Job rotation
- Delegation of new tasks
- Expansion of responsibilities