A successful management development programme starts as a project and finishes as an integrated process.
Self -Efficacy is defined as a personal belief of one’s own capabilities to organise and execute the actions needed to manage prospective situations.
We know that these beliefs can be altered overtime through training and that leaders can be motivated to learn if they understand the reasons why there is a training need (linking business performance to market needs).
The following process shows how each manager progresses from their current personal beliefs in their own capabilities to a future where their new learning can be successfully transferred into the working environment.
1. Pre-Training Self-Efficacy
A personal belief in one’s own capabilities.
2. Pre-Training Motivation
A positive desire to gain knowledge / knowledge.
3. Linking Self-Efficacy to Training Motivation
4. Training Performance
The delivery of the Training Experience.
5. Training Transfer
The practical delivery of the new knowledge / Learning.