You know the value of learning to the future success of your organization is as high as the value of any other key function. But your experience has also taught you the difficult process of defending your budget or receiving buy-in from senior leaders.
We know that a well-executed training program can improve performance, increase employee engagement and more. But outside the L&D function, do senior leaders and executives see L&D the same way?
A learning platform is a big investment, so you’re going to have to plead your case to executives and prove to them that a next-gen learning platform is worth the coin.
Learning leaders need to engage with executives with the understanding that they may believe in the value of training, but nothing else is guaranteed.
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Trepidation can hinder a team member’s willingness to be fully receptive to your solution, so it’s crucial to take steps to build excitement. Here are four ways you can move toward full employee buy-in for your training program.
Too many valuable L&D projects fail before they start, derailed by slow decision-making, competing priorities and stakeholders who don’t identify with the project value.