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ERIC Number: ED080797
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973-Mar-21
Pages: 11
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The Relationship of Staff Development to Personnel Management.
Williams, C. A.
Staff development, one of the nine main functions in personnel management, is not an isolated function. Administrators with whom the ultimate responsibility for personnel management rests, determine the extent to which the personnel and staff development specialists can be utilized. The staff development specialist has three major roles, as identified by Leonard Nadler in "Developing Human Resources": learning specialist, consultant, and administrator. While these roles are largely the same for the personnel specialists responsible for the other personnel management functions, subroles may vary and competencies are necessarily different. Conditions in an organization important in developing effective training programs include several mentions of personnel, programs, and budget. An added condition is a strong, continuous, and well-defined working relationship existing between live managers and staff people responsible for personnel management functions. (SC)
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Note: Speech given at Comprehensive Personnel Management Conference, Panama City, Florida, March 21, 1973