Human Resource Development in HSBC - Report

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TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1TASK 1............................................................................................................................................11.1 Compare of various learning style....................................................................................11.2 Role of learning curve and importance of transferring learning......................................21.3Llearning styles Contribution and planning and designing theories of learning event...3TASK 2............................................................................................................................................32.1 Requirement of training for staff at different level.........................................................32.2 Training method's advantages and disadvantages...........................................................42.3 Systematic approach of plan training and development for a training event...................4TASK 3............................................................................................................................................53.1 Evaluation of suitable techniques.....................................................................................53.2 Evaluation of a training event...........................................................................................53.3 Reviewing the success of the method...............................................................................6TASK 4............................................................................................................................................64.1Government role in training, development and lifelong learning.....................................64.2 Development of the competency movement and its impact on public and private sector74.3 Assessing the contemporary training initiatives introduced by the UK government.......8CONCLUSION...............................................................................................................................9REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................10
INTRODUCTIONThe resources that broadside in the knowledge, skills and ability of a person. That are thepeople who made the manpower of an organisation, enterprise sector, and economic system.The human resources sector of the organisation performs human resource management, visualperception different prospect of occupation, such as agreement with labour and employmentstandard, management of worker welfare, and several characteristic of recruitment. This presentreport is based on HSBC organisation which provide banking and financial service to theircustomers. It is the big financial companydealing with wealth management. In this present report comparison of learning styles, role of thetraining curve, importance of transferring learning, and contribution of learning style discussed.Other than that, need of training, their benefits, and systematic approach are covered. Along withthis, in this report evaluation of the suitable techniques, training events and method arediscussed.TASK 11.1 Compare of various learning styleThere are number of theories and studies which indicate that each and every person usedifferent types of learning style for their own development. Learning us linked with the conceptsof knowledge, skills, information, behaviour, values and preferences. There are different types oflearning style which are using by the people. One of the important style is the visual learningstyles. In that style people visual the result of the task, so they can able to see their future resultfor their task. Through visual learning style they can take the appropriate decision in the HSBCorganisation. Second one is verbal learning styles, in that style, people learn about entirecommunicator skills which is used in the organ satin. They learning the way of communicatewith others. Through it they can understand the way of communication way, which can bebeneficial ion the company. Along with this people usually use the aural learning style for theirdevelopment in the organisation (Grünewald and Willems, 2013). Aural is one of the effectivelearning style, which is used for talking communication with others. Through it, usually peoplecan deal with their suppliers or customers in very professional way. The entire sales of HSBCdepend on the employee's aural skills. If they have this entire learning skills, they can accomplish1
their work on time. Other than that, entire employee will learn lot of thing like communicationsskills, team management skills, time management skills. Etc. However, this different types oflearning style uses by the employee and people for their own development. Self development isvery necessary in their own life and for the HSBC company.1.2 Role of learning curve and importance of transferring learningLearning curve is the track record of the performance of learners which is impact on theentire learning process. Each and every learning style has their own objectives and it can only beachievedit is movement to the work place. It is the visual communication presentation, whichrepresents the addition or decrease of learning in respect to experience. Learning curve's mainrole is to identify the leaner's knowledge, information and skills, It is the process of evaluation ofthe entire learner. When people use different types of learning styles, then it will be examined bylearning curve. So it is the important method in the organisation. Other than that, it identify theprogress of the learners. If they found that learners are not giving their best at their work placeand in learning session, they will take some serious action for that types of employees (Cheng,2014).HSBC organisation arrange development program and training session for theiremployees. They use time, fund and energy to train their entire employees. Through it, employeehas get the activity of transferring their learning into others. In the HSBC company, number ofemployees are working, and they are proving effective training session to them for theirdevelopment. Through it they get different types of benefit, like add value, proper use of fund,face and overcome challenges etc. One of the main objective of the learning session is to addvalue to the company. Other than that, they can utilize their fund in proper place, so they havespent a lot to develop its employees. They are spending lot of fund to train their employees.Through entire learning session, their employee can able to face any problem and issues at theirwork place. Some time they face a challenge about which they don't have appropriate knowledgeand information. Learning session teach them to handle entire task at their work place. It is thevery effective process of the organisation. Through it, company get lot of benefits. Theiremployee can get the large numbers of skills, knowledge, information, and abilities from thetraining session and development program.2
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