Understanding and Implementing Measurement for L&D
The Next Generation of Learning and Development Professionals will speak the language of business – measurement.
In this fun and informative three session series Jeffrey Hansler and Rona Lewis, your BizSIG hosts, walk you through the value of measurement – especially to your future and career - and implementing measurement at your organization.
While you may be familiar with ROI, ROI is a small part of successfully communicating the value of your L&D efforts to your organization. Dave Vance and Peggy Parskey led the creation of the TDRp model (Talent Development Reporting principles), which is the complete package. And it is time for you to add it to your quiver of assets.
In three, 1-hour sessions, you will gain a solid foundation in their model and implementing it.
Session 3 (Sep 7): You will learn:
About the Facilitators:
Jeffrey Hansler, CSP, CMP, is expert at organizational development, leadership, and persuasive communication, which includes skills of innovation, influence, negotiation, sales, body language, micro-expressions, finance, and authority. He may be reached at BizSIG@atdoc.org
Rona Lewis is a former C-level advertising sales exec and recognized expert in purposeful and attuned play for productivity. She may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Rona and Jeffrey are hosts of the BizSouls podcast, a podcast delving into the heart and soul of business and the people who make it happen. BizSouls is fast paced, funny and informative.
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