Date(s) - 10/04/2019
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
There’s so much talk about measuring the impact of training and learning. At almost every L&D conference, in L&D articles, blogs, magazines and podcasts, somebody is talking about measuring impact. We know we should use measurement to answer the question, “Did training work?”, but what happens between the talk and the action?
Finding facts for the impact of training and learning may not be easy but it’s possible. And while there are no short-cuts to collecting evidence and data that shows whether or not training and learning caused changes in behavior and performance or helped with achieving organization goals, you can do it! Join Kevin M. Yates, L&D Detective and Fact-Finder, in this webinar where he will:
• Discuss the challenges for collecting facts, evidence and data for the impact of training and learning
• Examine how to overcome those challenges
• Demonstrate actionable methods for measuring the impact of training and collecting data that don’t require special knowledge or expertise
• Describe the partnership between L&D and stakeholders for collecting facts, evidence and data for the impact of training and learning