If training doesn’t work to improve employee performance or the business, then what’s the point? At the end of the day, if you’re going to keep investors interested in your value proposition — you better show them some value. Learn more in this...
By bringing data to the forefront, organizations can make data-driven decisions about the future of their hybrid work model.
It’s time to reevaluate the training needs analysis!
Gathering metrics on the process, participation and outcomes of learning and development (L&D) programs is critical for helping employees grow. This data is valuable for measuring training effectiveness and business impact.
Good measurement begins at the beginning of the program. When it doesn’t, there is a discovery gap, and your analysis may not tell the whole story.
It’s important to send a message to your employees that their development is still a high priority.
Your employees deserve a purposeful, positive, productive work culture.
Establish clear correlation between an the increase in training and positive business impact to justify courses and time spent in training.