Employee Development comparison Paper

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Employee Development Comparison Paper

Novelette Anglin

University of Phoenix

Employee Development Comparison

Employee development contribute to each organization success based on how effective

the development and training strategies are being used. Employees on a whole has to have

some commitment to the organization and have to use the development full force. Managers in

the organization must identify the high potential employees and show them how to the talents to

the highest potential and must also re-assure the employee of his or her value. Strong direction

is a major key to the employee development that will enable the employee to contribute well in

the organization success consistently. Another is how the employee understand the

organization culture and customs and what the mission of the organization stands for, then the

employee will contribute more understanding as they grow with the organization and will be

more willing to take the strides to development which will make both the organization and the

employee successful.

Employee development requires an approach to the everyday activity with the intention of

learning from what is going on around the organization. Employee training is the responsibility

of the organization. Employee development is a shared responsibility of management and the

individual employee. The responsibility of management provides the right resources and an

environment that supports the growth and development needs of the individual employee.

Employee training and development needs to suit the organization's context, job descriptions,

employment contracts and collective agreements. When selecting employee training and

development methods, be sure to incorporate what is in the organization's mission


Training programs offered at each organization differs by what are the everyday activities

within the organization. They can also be effective learning tools, with the right focus or do the

organization have a Committee...