How can organizations measure leadership development when leadership looks different from leader to leader and is applied differently from team to team? A more universal, measurable metric is leadership self-efficacy.
Investing in your people by coaching them is a win-win. This investment drives higher engagement and happier, more empowered employees, who will use their new skills to drive company success.
Explorance, the leading provider of Learning Journey Analytics (LJA) solutions, announces that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Metrics That Matter (MTM), which is being divested from Gartner, Inc.
Organizations in North America alone spend over $160 billion on training and employee development every year. Most organizations are not measuring the business returns on these colossal training expenditures.
Success requires that companies build upon three foundational pillars.
Is your business doing very well, pretty well ... or not too well?
It’s been almost 60 years since Donald Kirkpatrick created his four-level training evaluation model. Despite their best efforts, few organizations have been able to reach the holy grail of learning – level 4 (the effect on the business).
Training evaluation should provide insights not only about the effectiveness of training but also about how it can be improved for learners and organizations.