Isolating the impact of training means to cut away the “noise” of possible confounding factors and carve out a percentage of the overall business performance that you can confidently take credit for and attribute directly to your training.
Is your training effective and worth the investment? Let’s take a look at how L&D can measure the impact of training programs.
Build relationships, gain awareness of strategic direction, and target the right metrics to showcase the impact of L&D on knowledge and behavior.
Measuring the impact and ROI of their training sends a critical message to stakeholders and leaders of the company that L&D is serious about minimizing training time, maximizing training impact and contributing tangible monetized benefits to the business.
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