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DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES By Dr. Meeta Nihalani, Dr. Ashish Mathur
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The trainers are important for the development of the economy to the level of bringing professionalism in the industry and market. If the trainers are equipped with the values of the knowledge and... More > positive orientation and faith in their actions, then the students will benefit and get the results of success from the trained people who have the understanding of the ethics of growth. The city of Jodhpur has well developed facilities of educational and institutional support to create the professional and trained human resource for the industry. The aim of the paper is to analyses the strength of the trainers to impart the skills and attitude to the teachers or the coaches as training the trainers is also important to impart the progressive values of growth and development. The focus will be on the abilities of the trainers to satisfy the faculties to increase the satisfaction and the quality of education< Less
Human Resources Management: An Overview By Cultural Human Resources Council
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HR management 101 – Find what you need to know about HR. Most small and medium-size cultural organizations — 5-40 employees — do not need and cannot justify a full-time human... More > resources manager. It is common that no one has extra time to devote to carefully assessing and upgrading the human resources management activities. In spite of this, it is essential that human resources matters are addressed professionally and pro-actively to attract, retain and develop top-notch staff.< Less
The Need for Human Resources By Homework Help Classof1
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Of all the resources used by a business, probably the most important to its success is people. People are responsible for the effective use of all other resources in the business. People make... More > decisions, operate equipment, maintain records, and deal with customers. Because of their value to the business, managing people is a critical function.< Less
Human Resources Management: Using Competency Charts and Profiles By Cultural Human Resources Council
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There are many skills and competencies in the cultural sector that are excellent predictors of high performance —skills and competencies that cultural managers are keen to develop and nurture... More > in their organizations. The Cultural Human Resources Council undertook a major project to identify these valued skills/competencies for a wide range of cultural jobs in mainstream cultural sub-sectors. Learn how to use our Charts and Profiles of competencies to improve various human resources management activities in your organisation.< Less
Human Resources Management: Coaching, Mentoring and Succession Planning By Cultural Human Resources Council
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A performance coach helps other people improve their proficiency and competence at performing a specific task. Sometimes performance coaching involves passing along knowledge, but that’s only a... More > small part of the activity. As a performance coach, your real goal is to help a person improve the way they perform in a specific area. A mentor follows a more open and evolving agenda, and deals with a range of issues including career guidance and passing on in-depth knowledge of cultural matters and management. Use coaching and mentoring to leverage both personal and organizational development.< Less
Human Resources Management: Job Descriptions By Cultural Human Resources Council, Cultural Careers Council Ontario
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A job description is a written statement of the duties, responsibilities, required qualifications, and reporting relationships of a particular job. It’s based on information obtained through... More > analyzing the job, an understanding of the competencies and skills required to accomplish needed tasks, and the needs of your organization to get things done. The job description clearly identifies and spells out the responsibilities of a specific job. Where relevant, it also includes information about working conditions, physical demands, knowledge and skills needed, and relationships with other positions. Adequately developed, the job description is a communication tool that contributes to your organization’s success.< Less
Theology of Integral Human Development By Liangao Soto
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The book explicates that human beings are destined not to be alone. Relational or communion, or interaction, is fundamental to the human-divine-nature dimension.This view serves as a resource for a... More > Christian tribal theology of integral humanhood. The Shamanic-based theology of integral humanhood melts the barier between man and God, man and man, the living and the dead, man and women, man and nature, religion and the secular world, world transcendence and world affirmation, matter and spirit and Christian faith and other faiths. It unites all things in christ - things in heaven and things on earth. It is a progressive move from the headship of Christ over the Church to the headship over the whole cosmos.< Less
Human Resources Policies and Practices for project engineers and managers By Rahim K. Jassim
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In today’s fast-paced economy competition is an issue of services and products. Much attention has been directed to a better service and the best product and how this can be achieved through... More > utilising the human resources. This book identifies the competitive advantage concepts and models, competitive strategies and the main human resource practices that have a significant impact on the employee’s performance. Understanding sources of competitive advantage has become a major area of research in the field of strategic management. Therefore this book also develops an analytical framework for strategic management in order to initiate/formulate and implements the strategic plans successfully. Three questions regarding identifying, defending and achieving competitive advantage through the employees have been raised and answered. Finally a summary of practical criteria of best practice for competitive advantage is presented and a general discussion and recommendations have been drawn.< Less
Human Resources Policies and Practices for project engineers and managers By Rahim K. Jassim
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In today’s fast-paced economy competition is an issue of services and products. Much attention has been directed to a better service and the best product and how this can be achieved through... More > utilising the human resources. This book identifies the competitive advantage concepts and models, competitive strategies and the main human resource practices that have a significant impact on the employee’s performance. Understanding sources of competitive advantage has become a major area of research in the field of strategic management. Therefore this book also develops an analytical framework for strategic management in order to initiate/formulate and implements the strategic plans successfully. Three questions regarding identifying, defending and achieving competitive advantage through the employees have been raised and answered. Finally a summary of practical criteria of best practice for competitive advantage is presented and a general discussion and recommendations have been drawn.< Less
Human Resources & Social Media: 2009 Survey of Attitudes and Utilization By Adrienne Corn
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This is a research white paper providing early quantitative data (2009) examining the attitudes and utilization of social media in the area of human resources.