Organizational Development (OD

By: Caribcare  09-12-2011
Keywords: human resource, Human Resource Development

OD looks at the process of how employees, work-groups and the organisation as a work-system function to accomplish their work objectives. It combines our understanding of human behaviour and the work-group dynamics within which we function. Understanding organisational culture and systems processes are therefore critical to work efficacy.Our culturally sensitive OD services can help your organisation improve its efficacy through organisational assessments and audits that provide a snapshot of your current state of operations. Training and staff development workshops can then be delivered to improve your organisational and system effectiveness, as you continue to provide your core services.  Our services include:

  • Recruitment and Selection
  • Managing Organisational Change
  • Developing effective teams
  • Organisational Communication
  • Work process improvements
  • Human Resource development
  • Leadership Coaching
  • Performance feedback
  • Psychometric evaluations

Keywords: human resource, Human Resource Development

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