Debrief - Training based on ADDIE model

debrief – training assessment, design, development, implementation and evaluation

ATTITUDE V/S RESULT MODEL This grid shows the individuals’ attitude and reflects their effectiveness in delivering results. As a part of your learning and development team, you need to categorize your employees into the four different quadrants. Once you have this in place, decide how and where to apply your developmental effort. Doing this helps you avert the trap of a wasted developmental effort.

THE LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT EFFORT

THEY ARE STAR EMPLOYEES

CAN BE FOCUSED ON THESE EMPLOYEES

THEY NEED TO BE COACHED FOR THE FUTURE

THEY NEED TO BE GROOMED TO BECOME

THEY COULD BE COACHES FOR OTHERS TOO

STARS

THEY CAN BE TRAINED BY GIVING THEM

THEY ARE A COMPLETE WRITE OFF

COUNSELING AND FEEDBACK

NO TIME SHOULD BE WASTED ON THEM

POSITIVE

RESULT

NEGATIVE

SKILLS V/S COMPETENCY In the initial phases of the career, more stress should be laid on the development of skills rather than competencies. As an employee moves higher up in the hierarchy it is competencies, rather than skills that determine success.

SKILLS – ATTRIBUTES REQUIRED TO ACCOMPLISH TASKS IN NORMAL

SITUATIONS

COMPETENCIES – ATTRIBUTES REQUIRED TO ACCOMPLISH TASKS IN

ABNORMAL SITUATIONS

Competencies

67%

Skills

33%

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