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HRM & HRD & Training

50 Activities for Coaching and Mentoring - Donna Berry

Author

Donna Berry
Charles Cadwell
Joe Fehrmann

Cover Price : Rs 795.00

Imprint : HRD Press
ISBN : 818052003X
YOP : 2004

Binding : Hardback
Total Pages : 288
CD : No

These activities provide stimulating exercises, realistic case studies, and creative role-plays that will enable your managers and supervisors to sharpen their skills in several key coaching roles - as team leader, facilitator, counselor, and director. Each fully reproducible activity is organized in a user-friendly format with detailed trainers notes, clear objectives, and suggested variations for customizing the activity to meet your groups needs. Training Objectives Introduce mentoring concepts and peer guidance techniques Develop skills to express performance improvement goals clearly Create open, trusting relationships Refine managers skills in providing constructive feedback Training Methods Team games Group discussions Icebreakers Role-plays Questionnaires and written exercises Time Guidelines 34 activities take 1 hour or less 6 activities take between 1 and 2 hours

 

50 Activities for Conflict Resolution - Jonamy Lambart

Author

Jonamy Lambart
Selma Myers

Cover Price : Rs 795.00

Imprint : HRD / Ane Books
ISBN : 8180520048
YOP : 2003

Binding : Paperback
Total Pages : 163
CD : No

This collection of activities, self-assessments, and exercises is especially useful as a resource to introduce the issue of conflict and its resolution as a part of workshops on management, leadership, communication, negotiation and diversity. The book is fully reproducible and flexibly organized in two sections. Part One includes twenty-five interactive group learning activities to explore conflict and provide practice in skills that help to resolve it. Part Two consists of twenty-five individualized exercises and assessments that are ideal for pre-work prior to group training sessions, or they can be distributed to participants for their own self-development. All of the activities and assessments are reproducible and include participant materials and notes for the instructor Selected Contents : Part One: Group Workshop Activities Two Responses to Conflict: Fight or Flight How Can We Both Win? A Quick Demonstration Individual Conflict Styles: A Zoological Approach Approaches to Conflict: Role Play Demonstration When Conflict Creates Stress, Dont Just Stand There... Introduction to Listening: A Self Inventory Red Flags Benefits and Barriers: Exploring Third Party Intervention Mismatched? Are You Reading the Non-Verbal Cues? Constructive or Destructive Conflict: Lessons to be Learned Gaining a Different Perspective Assumptions: Who Needs Em? Portrait of a Peacemaker What Kind of Question is That? Third-Party Mediation Formulating Clear Agreements Part Two: Individualized Exercises and Assessments Self-Assessment in Dealing with Differences Analyzing A Conflict: Is It Worth Getting Into? In the Heat of the Moment How to Deal with Hot Buttons Resolving a Conflict through Planning Mediation: Test Your Knowledge First Thoughts About Others: Perception IQ Quiz Uncovering the Hidden Agenda Your Turn: A Non-Judgmental Exercise Supportive Listening: Whats Your Score? Escalate vs. Acknowledge: The Choice is Yours Eight Different Points of View

50 Activities for Diversity Training - Jonamy Lambert

Author

Jonamy Lambert
Selma Myers

Cover Price : Rs 795.00

Imprint : HRD / Ane Books
ISBN : 8180520064
YOP : 2003

Binding : Paperback
Total Pages : 313
CD : No

The 50 activities in this resource book have been tested with hundreds of participants to ensure their appropriateness and effectiveness for a variety of diversity training needs. Employees at all levels will be stimulated by interactively learning about cultural and gender differences, and mastering new skills for communicating more effectively in our diverse workplaces. Each activity is ready to use and includes trainer's notes and all necessary handouts and overhead transparency masters. They each take between 15 and 45 minutes to complete. Activities Cover Diversity icebreakers Change communication conflict resolution Gender at work Culture and career transitions Training Objectives Illustrate how cultural differences may impact behavior Increase awareness of the impact of culture in the workplace Demonstrate skills for managing a culturally diverse work force Address issues of gender in the workplace Training Methods Icebreakers Participative exercises Role-plays Mini case studies

50 Activities for Sales Training - Phillip Farris

Author

Phillip Farris

Cover Price : Rs 795.00

Imprint : HRD Press
ISBN : 8180520072
YOP : 2003

Binding : Paperback
Total Pages : 376
CD : No

Novice and experienced salespeople alike will benefit from these activities which focus on strengthening essential selling skills. The ready-to-use activities offer practice in closing a sale, developing new business, resolving customer objections, managing sales relationships, and more. All of the necessary materials are provided for you to effortlessly implement the activities; they come complete with trainer's notes, feedback instruments, exercises, and simulations. Activities Cover Developing new business Neutralizing and resolving customer objections Closing a sale Developing and managing sales relationships Ten selling skills required for success Training Methods Group interactions and discussions Feedback instruments Simulations and games Role-plays Written exercises Time Guidelines Each activity takes between 30 minutes and 1 1/2 hours.

50 Activities for Developing Emotional Intelligence - Adele B. Lynn

Author

Adele B. Lynn

Cover Price : Rs 795.00

Imprint : HRD Press
ISBN : 8180520056
YOP : 2009

Binding : Paperback
Total Pages : 304
CD : No

About the Book :- Emotional Intelligence explains why, despite equal intellectual capacity, training, or experience, some people excel while others of the same caliber lag behind. Certain competencies are found repeatedly in high performers at all levels, from customer service representatives to CEOs. As trainers we must find ways to build these talents labeled EQ (emotional intelligence quotient). The 50 reproducible activities in this resource book focus on developing the following set of talents: self-awareness and control, empathy, social expertness, personal influence, and mastery of vision. Contents :- Emotional Intelligence (EQ) — What Is It? A Coach’s / Trainer’s Guide to Helping Leaders Improve EQ How to Use This Guide Guide to the 50 EQ Activities Suggested Training Formats EQ # 1 – Champion or Chump EQ # 2 – Importance Meter EQ # 3 – Adding Fuel to the Importance Meter EQ # 4 – Rank Order Your Employees EQ # 5 - Ask for Feedback EQ # 6 – Picture Yourself EQ # 7 – Personality Contest EQ # 8 – Music of Our Workplace EQ # 9 – Coming Through EQ # 10 – Open and Friendly vs. Friendship EQ # 11 – Listening Habits EQ # 12 – Genuine Listening EQ # 13 – Tuning into Our Employees EQ # 14 – I Was Appreciated EQ # 15 – A Grateful Heart EQ # 16 – Gifts EQ # 17 – Yes, But EQ # 18 – Common Mistakes with Gratitude EQ # 19 – A Note of Thanks EQ # 20 – Dumped On EQ # 21 – Doing a Fair Share EQ # 22 – The Boss’s Fair Share EQ # 23 - Action / Reaction EQ # 24 – Take a Stand EQ # 25 – I Value, We Value EQ # 26 – Contribution Spirit Killers EQ # 27 – You Expect Me to What? EQ # 28 – Great Vision EQ # 29 – My Vision EQ # 30 – Inspiring Words EQ # 31 – Sharing Your Vision EQ # 32 – Who Invents? EQ # 33 - Visions Apply to People Too EQ # 34 – Vision Spirit Killers EQ # 35 - Advice from the Pros EQ # 36 – Working toward the Vision EQ # 37 – Advice from Employees EQ # 38 – Today’s Actions toward the Vision EQ # 39 – Fuel the Vision EQ # 40 – Picture Yourself EQ # 41 – Lessons from Low Points / High Points EQ # 42 –It’s My Show EQ # 43 – Interior Power EQ # 44 – Control and Empowerment EQ # 45 - Steps for Growth EQ # 46 – Spirit Killers That Stunt Your Growth EQ # 47 – Your Most Inspired Self EQ # 48 – Your Leadership Coat of Arms EQ # 49 - More Reflections EQ # 50 – The Power of Pictures Additional Ideas EQ Activities for Developing Communication Skills EQ Activities for Developing Team Building EQ Activities for Developing Interpersonal Skills EQ Activities for Developing Leaders / Managers / Supervisors Only Recommended Resources

Games and Simulations - Training House Inc.

Author

Training House Inc.

Cover Price : Rs 795.00

Imprint : HRD Press
ISBN : 8185020102
YOP : 2004

Binding : Paperback
Total Pages : 315
CD : No

About the Book Hands-on experience is the name of the game with this unique spectrum of learning opportunities! This diverse collection of reproducible games and simulations makes learning a fun and participative way for employees to gain experience in the key concepts and skills essential to their success in the workplace. It is an ideal resource for trainers looking for a creative way to instill new ideas and skills, but who do not have the time to develop a new game on their own. This valuable assortment of 18 unique training games is ready-to-use and includes clear objectives, detailed instructor guidelines and reproducible materials for participants. Key Training Benefits: Facilitate complex learning Ensure transfer of training to the workplace Provide useful analogies for critical skill development Guarantee participant involvement Games and Simulations Cover Time Management Communication Leadership Skills Presentation Skills Team Building Goal Setting Problem Solving Decision Making Time Guidelines Each game requires 90 to 120 minutes from introduction to follow-up.

HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT: THEORY & PRACTICES ,REVISED ED 2015 - TAPOMOY DEB

Author

TAPOMOY DEB

Cover Price : Rs 495.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 9788180520945
YOP : 2016

Binding : Paperback
Total Pages : 576
CD : No

About the Book :- Successful implementation of Human Resource Development programme is crucial to the success of an organization in this era of globalization and service excelleration through competency and self-development of employees at all levels. Increasing competition, cost consciousness, and a desire to serve customer better have persuaded many organizations to form Human Resource Development departments. This refreshing new book provides contemporary perspectives and coverage on Human Resource Development with large number of diagrams case studies and boxes in order to help students to grasp the subject with ease. Faculty members would find this book as a valuable teaching aid. Designed primarily as a textbook for graduate managment students and postgraduate diploma students in business and Human Resource management as per latest syllabus of various India universities, with focus on understanding the vital role HRD plays in an organization. Practitioners and consultants of business management will also find this text book highly useful to realize the full potential of their Human Resource through various HRD strategies. Contents :- Preface Introduction to Human Resource Development Designing HRD system and Developing HRD strategies Training and Development Learning and Learning organization Career Planning, Career Development and Career Strategy Performance Appraisal and Potential Appraisal Employee Counseling Coaching and Mentoring Employee Empowerment Quality of Work Life Managing Quality and Productivity through Human Resources HRD Adult and HR Accounting Strategic Human Resource Development Concluding Remarks on Human Resource Development Case Study Appendices Bibliography. About the Author :- Topomoy Deb holds M. Phil (Management), MBA (HRM), MSW (PM&IR), PGDHRD, DLL and B.Sc (Hons) Physics. Currently he is pursuing Ph. D in Human Resource Management from a Central University in Delhi. He was wide experience in the industry in Human Resource Development and Management function and is member of numerous professional bodies. He is the author of textbook on Human Resource Management and business book on Strategic Talent Management. He is an academic rank holder and is a prolific writer.

Skills Profile Analysis for Management Training (2012) - A.P. Saxena

Author

A.P. Saxena

Cover Price : Rs 495.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 9789380618838
YOP : 2012

Binding : Hardback
Total Pages : 174
CD : No

I hope the skills-profile analysis approach, so well explained in this neatly produced volume, will be found useful by the wider learning community, especially the chain of our training institutions. T.N. Chaturvedi The book will be particularly useful for organisations, trainers, consultants and anyone else involved in identifying their management need. I highly recommend the book to these people, and of course managers in general. Prof. Ishwar Dayal Former Director Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow A.P. Saxena must be complimented for having written this book as a guide for those whose responsibility it is ensure that management training remains relevant to the current needs of the economy. With his expertise and scholarship in dealing with training in diverse fields of management, as also seen from his earlier works on the subject, he is eminently suited to deal with the subject of skills profile analysis in management training. I am sure that the book will fill up a deeply felt need in the spectrum of management training. Dr. Y.P. Anand Former Chairman, Railway Board The development of skills – some generalized, some highly specific – is a complex process and requires deep analysis. It is this need that A.P. Saxena's excellent book fulfills in ample measure. With his vast background in administration and management, he has brought out an analytical and practical work that would be of immense value to those engaged in management training. Vir Narain Air Marshal (Retd.) Former Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Training Command, Indian Air Force About the Book The importance of Management Development as a project to provide Management Training at organisational level is now increasingly realised. However, the difficulty arises in devising a planned, systematic, acceptable stream of inputs specific to the organisational needs. The author, during his tenures as Country Project Manager and Senior U.N. Consultant in several South Asian Countries, had evolved overtime a Managerial Skills Approach (MSA) to meet the Management Training needs in select institutions in developing countries. It was found useful as a specific, systematic method which could be implemented by local analysts. The MSA approach seeks to identify and analyse management skills actually possessed and skills required for optimum job performance through providing matching skills for identified skills gaps. The process steps are sequential and mutually reinforcing leading to an output outlined into a curriculum. The gap identification process comprising the actual managerial skills possessed by an individual and the required job related skills stresses the point that the identified gaps are amenable to resolution by a training intervention. The operational steps are participative in character to assure fullest implementation. About the Author A.P. Saxena has worked at senior levels in Indian government and the Public Sector in the area of training and development. He served as Consultant in Indian Institute of Public Administration and Royal Institute of Public Administration, London. He was an invited member of the UN Biennial meetings of Experts in Public Administration and its elected Rapporteur. Later he joined U.N.D.P as Chief Technical Adviser and Country Project Manager in Indonesia. He has lectured in leading institutions in India and abroad and has been on Editorial Board of several professional Journals. He has published widely in India and abroad. He was conferred the 2007 Paul Appleby Award by the Indian Institute of Public Administration for outstanding contribution to the discipline of Public Administrator. Recently he received the Life Time Achievement Award for Excellence in Public Administration from Management Development Academy, Jaipur.

DU:B.A. Prog (Sem-2) Development of Human Resource - Tapomoy Deb

Author

Tapomoy Deb

Cover Price : Rs 180.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 9789381162743
YOP : 2012

Binding : Paperback
Total Pages : 236
CD : No

About the Book This book has been designed as per the latest syllabus prescribed by Delhi University for the Course of BA Program, Semester –II. The text is written in simple and lucid language in a concise manner. This book is highly useful for the students who are pursuing the Human Resource Management as their subject. The purpose of this book is to present a practical methodology for planning and developing your HRD career and thereby make it easier for you to identify: • trends and issues influencing the HRD discipline • emerging HRD roles, functions, and practices • guidelines and the means for managing your HRD career and professional self-determination To our mind, we pursued a unique approach in developing this book because of our conscious focus on crucial, contemporary and practical aspects in the field of HRD discipline and practice that we are immensely passionate about, committed to, and have expertise in. The goal of human resource development is of supreme importance to individuals, community, society, nation and global leaders. There has been an attempt to cover the resources that meet your need to know how best to position yourself for growth, success and fulfillment. Various case studies have been included for honing the skills of the students. Contents 1. Fundamentals of Human Resource Development 2. Training and Development 3. Process of Training and Development 4. Training and Development Methods 5. Training and Development Programme Evaluation 6. Career Planning 7. Labour Turnover and Absenteeism 8. Performance Appraisal 9. Wage and Salary Administration 10. Human Resource Information System, Case Studies About the Author Dr. Tapomoy Deb is a seasoned HR Professional with 20 years of rich experience in diverse and large corporate houses in India. He is currently working as General Manager–HR with JK Lakshmi Cement Ltd. (Member, JK Organization), New Delhi. He obtained his Ph.D on the pioneering work/thesis entitled “Labour Legislation on Working Conditions For Competitive Advantage” from Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. Besides a doctorate degree, he holds M. Phil. (Management), MBA (HR), MSW (PM & LW), PGDHRD and DLL. He is an Accredited Management Teacher (AIMA), Certified Trainer (ISTD ) and Certified Executive Coach ('Certified Coaches Alliance' accredited). He is also empanelled as Visiting Professor and Ph.D / M.Phil., Supervisor and Examiner with reputed Indian Universities. His publications include 12 MBA textbooks, 12 derivative books, 3 SIMs and more than 50 articles/papers in leading management journals and HR magazines. He has been a guest faculty to management institutes/universities and presented papers in national conferences and HR seminars. He is also recipient of ISTD Book Award in 2009-2010.

Development of Human Resource - Tapomoy Deb

Author

Tapomoy Deb

Cover Price : Rs 180.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 9789381162781
YOP : 2012

Binding : Paperback
Total Pages : 236
CD : No

About the Book The book has been designed for University in HRD. The text has been written in simple and lucid language in a concise manner. This book is highly useful for the students who are pursuing Human Resource Management as their subject. The purpose of this book is to present a practical methodology for equipping you with the necessary skills and competencies to tomorrow’s HRD thinkers, researchers and practitioners for effectively facilitating your career in HRD by enabling you to identify: • trends and issues influencing the HRD discipline • emerging HRD roles, functions, and practices • guidelines and the means for managing your HRD career and professional self-determination To our mind, we pursued a unique approach in developing this book because of our conscious focus on crucial, contemporary and practical aspects in the field of HRD discipline and practice that we are immensely passionate about, committed to, and have expertise in. The goal of human resource development is of supreme importance to individuals, community, society, nation and global leaders. An attempt has been made to impart knowledge that meet your need to know as to how best to position yourself for growth, success and fulfillment. Various case studies have been included for honing the skills of the students. Contents 1. Fundamentals of Human Resource Development 2. Training and Development 3. Process of Training and Development 4. Training and Development Methods 5. Training and Development Programme Evaluation 6. Career Planning 7. Labour Turnover and Absenteeism 8. Performance Appraisal 9. Wage and Salary Administration 10. Human Resource Information System, Case Studies About the Author Dr. Tapomoy Deb is a seasoned HR Professional with 20 years of rich experience in diverse and large corporate houses in India. He is currently working as General Manager–HR with JK Lakshmi Cement Ltd. (Member, JK Organization), New Delhi. He obtained his Ph.D on the pioneering thesis entitled “Labour Legislation on Working Conditions For Competitive Advantage” from Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. Besides a doctorate degree, he holds M. Phil. (Management), MBA (HR), MSW (PM & LW), PGDHRD and DLL. He is an Accredited Management Teacher (AIMA), Certified Trainer (ISTD ) and Certified Executive Coach ('Certified Coaches Alliance' accredited) and Certified PDP Administrator (Psychometric Instrument). He is also empanelled as Visiting Professor and Ph.D / M.Phil. Supervisor and Examiner with reputed Indian Universities. His publications include 12 MBA textbooks, 12 derivative books, 3 SIMs and more than 50 articles/papers in leading management journals and HR magazines. He has been a guest faculty to management institutes/universities and presented papers in national conferences and HR seminars. He is also recipient of ISTD Book Award in 2009-2010.


   

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