For this, a few of the required elements and models which have been applied by Qantas are as below: Transparency in strategy: the employees have to be made aware of the mission of the business so that their object tips can be aligned with the business objects. This means that Qantas has to communicate its operational and the strategy goals to its staff members and ensure that these are fulfilled by the employees.
Feeling of higher aims: The new model of 21st-century HRD begins with situations to be created where the employees do not treat their workplace as an evil rather they consider it as a pilgrimage. For such an environment, Qantas has to ensure that great conversation is carried out in the workplace. This conversation would lead to flow of ideas which act as the basis for the business model of Qantas.
Having more than work-life balances: The latest HRD models see that people have to be provided with opportunities to develop and should be motivated towards the actualisation of their Personal needs. This self actualisation among staffs can be attained by providing motivation in various ways.
Development of employees by making a choice of attitude: The latest data models realise the importance of attitude. For development of the employees, attitude has to be created which further leads to temperament (Marks, 2011). The temperament leads to conduct which further leads to the results. Attitude has to be chosen and for the right choice, there is a need for training, motivation and reinforcement. This begins from the top level and spreads very fast. By making choice of one’s attitude, there can be higher productivity, care, service and playfulness.
It has been noticeably expressed that HRD practices are intended to modify an individual’s conduct and attitudes in the direction of their job and business (Yan and McLean, 1998).However, HRD experts are faced with troubles linked with staffs’ performance and attitudes. It is suggested to Qantas focuses on the training and development of employees if the business seeks to get competitive advantage (Mickhail, 2009).