23 Jun Effective Employee Training Programs
Effective Employee Training Programs
Consider the following scenario:
A state health department official has recognized your county health department as having exemplary policies for employee training and development. The official has invited the health department director (your boss) to give a presentation at a meeting of all the county health departments in the state. Your boss asks you, the head of the maternal and child health division, to attend the meet and give a presentation.
Your boss gives you a slideshow, titled “Investing in Your Greatest Assets: Tips for Implementing Effective Employee Training Programs” and asks you to complete the presentation. The slideshow contains seven slides with the following headers:
Determine Your Department Needs
Develop a Training and Development Plan
Address New Hire and Ongoing Training
Don’t Forget to Cross-Train
Get Management Buy-In
Using the readings for the week, the South University Online Library, and the Internet, create an 8- to 12-slide Microsoft PowerPoint presentation on the topic. Include 1–2 slides for each header and detailed speaker’s notes in the presentation.