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What positive and negative experiences have you had with corporate training programs in health care organizations? If you haven t worked in healthcare describe any corporate or required training
session.
An informal definition can include any situation in which two or more persons are involved in a common pursuit or objective. [ Given the broad-ranging and all-encompassing definitions, it is easy to understand the complexity of OD and the large number of situations in which it can be applied. Now, as you begin to think about your experience in past and current organizations, quickly jot down
some of the positive and negative experiences you have encountered. Use two columns, with the positive in one and the negative in the other. By doing this, you are already using the early stages of one of the tools of OD, called a force field analysis. An OD consultant, along with others in the same organization, might use a list like this to determine how people in that organization feel about what is and what is not going well. This, too, is a part of the OD process of doing an organizational analysis or a needs assessment. The OD professional might use such lists to work with the organization in finding ways to build on the positives and to overcome the negatives. the planning has been done. All the preparation is taken care of. You know your training needs, you’ve set goals, management is behind you, you promoted your training schedule, and prepared materials, space, and people. The time has finally come: Training day is here. Here are some specific tips and techniques to help you run an effective training session that accomplishes your goals in an enjoyable and engaging way for everyone involved. ]
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