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NPTEL

Human Resource Development

NPTEL and Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur via YouTube

Overview

The course aims to equip students to develop themselves into critically reflective and capable HRD practitioners, or a manager who can facilitate the learning of others. The major objective of the course is to explain and demonstrate the contribution of HRD in an organization and enable students to develop an ability to decide learning and training needs, and have competence in the design and delivery of learning programmes. Organizations are made up of people: their knowledge, skills, attitudes and interconnections. In order to survive and thrive, organizations need to facilitate the growth of all of these as part of an HRD strategy. Human Resource Development (HRD) is a key activity that systematically leads to the growth and development of people in organizations, and makes organizations more effective. The process of identifying needs and designing and delivering HRD interventions that are part of the course are crucial skills for all managers. The course will focus on the role of HRD in designing and implementing appropriate strategies in line with the business goals of their organization.

Syllabus

Dr. Kailash B L Srivastava.
Lecture 1 : Introduction to HRD.
Lecture 2 : Introduction to HRD (Contd.).
Lecture 3 : Introduction to HRD (Contd.).
Lecture 4 : Introduction to HRD (Contd.).
Lecture 5 : Introduction to HRD (Contd.).
Lecture 6 : The Context of HRD.
Lecture 7 : The Context of HRD (Contd.).
Lecture 8 : The Context of HRD (Contd.).
Lecture 9 : The Context of HRD (Contd.).
Lecture 10 : The Context of HRD (Contd.).
Lecture 11: HRD Process - I.
Lecture 12 : HRD Process - I (Contd.).
Lecture 13 : HRD Process - I (Contd.).
Lecture 14: HRD Process - I (Contd.).
Lecture 15: HRD Process - I (Contd.).
Lecture 16 : HRD Process - II.
Lecture 17 : HRD Process - II (Contd.).
Lecture 18 : HRD Process - II (Contd.).
Lecture 19 : HRD Process - II (Contd.).
Lecture 20 : HRD Process - II (Contd.).
Lecture 21 : Coaching.
Lecture 22 : Coaching (Contd.).
Lecture 23 : Coaching (Contd.).
Lecture 24 : Coaching (Contd.).
Lecture 25 : Coaching (Contd.).
Lecture 26 Mentoring.
Lecture 27 Mentoring (Contd.).
Lecture 28 Mentoring (Contd.).
Lecture 29 Mentoring (Contd.).
Lecture 30 Mentoring (Contd.).
Lecture 31 : Employee Counseling & Wellbeing.
Lecture 32 : Employee Counseling & Wellbeing (Contd.).
Lecture 33 : Employee Counseling & Wellbeing (Contd.).
Lecture 34 : Employee Counseling & Wellbeing (Contd.).
Lecture 35 : Employee Counseling & Wellbeing (Contd.).
Lecture 36 : Competency Mapping Approach to HRD.
Lecture 37 : Competency Mapping Approach to HRD (Contd.).
Lecture 38 : Competency Mapping Approach to HRD (Contd.).
Lecture 39 : Competency Mapping Approach to HRD (Contd.).
Lecture 40 : Competency Mapping Approach to HRD (Contd.).
Lecture 41 : Career Planning & Development.
Lecture 42 : Career Planning & Development (Contd.).
Lecture 43 : Career Planning & Development (Contd.).
Lecture 44 : Career Planning & Development (Contd.).
Lecture 45 : Career Planning & Development (Contd.).
Lecture 46: Intellectual Capital Management.
Lecture 47: Intellectual Capital Management (Contd.).
Lecture 48: Intellectual Capital Management (Contd.).
Lecture 49: Intellectual Capital Management (Contd.).
Lecture 50: Intellectual Capital Management (Contd.).
Lecture 51: HRD, Organizational Learning, and Learning Organization.
Lecture 52: HRD, Organizational Learning, and Learning Organization (Contd.).
Lecture 53: HRD, Organizational Learning, and Learning Organization (Contd.).
Lecture 54: HRD, Organizational Learning, and Learning Organization (Contd.).
Lecture 55: HRD, Organizational Learning, and Learning Organization (Contd.).
Lecture 56 : Diversity, HRD Ethics, and Future of HRD.
Lecture 57 : Diversity, HRD Ethics, and Future of HRD (Contd.).
Lecture 58 : Diversity, HRD Ethics, and Future of HRD (Contd.).
Lecture 59 : Diversity, HRD Ethics, and Future of HRD (Contd.).
Lecture 60 : Diversity, HRD Ethics, and Future of HRD (Contd.).

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  • its good course for enhancing our knowledge as well as our experience. and this course is very useful to polishing our skills and knowledge to improve our competency in our carrier it is helpful to make our carrier and provide us a good vision to improve in our professional life as well as to our personal growth and this course is useful for enhancing our capability and intelligence and provide how to tackle the conflict situation and provide the suitable solution to handle the human resource management
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