How do you measure the impact of learning? Are your training and learning programs designed for results? Is there a way to evaluate the effectiveness of your training and learning programs?
Training teams and learning organizations around the globe are increasingly asked to produce evidence for impact. In this session, we’ll discover how to use facts, clues, evidence, and data to answer the question, “What is the impact of training and learning?” We’ll also discover how to plan for impact in the beginning so it’s easier to measure in the end.
Measuring the impact of training and learning can be a mystery but it doesn’t have to be. The L&D detective, Kevin M. Yates, will show you how to:
- Proactively plan for impact by aligning training and learning with business goals.
- Target your training programs and learning solutions with specific performance outcomes for achieving business goals.
- Create an impact blueprint for direction on how to impact business goals and employee performance.
- Use instructional design techniques that drive impact.
- Gather facts, clues, evidence, and data that show how training and learning impacts business goals and employee performance.
Measuring impact may not be easy but it is possible. We’ll examine what makes measuring impact possible so that you too can be an L&D detective!
Known in the global Learning & Development industry as “The L&D Detective”, Kevin uses clues, facts, and evidence to answer the question, “What is the impact of learning?”. He investigates learning’s influence on performance, behavior, actions, and business goals with data and analytics. With 20+ years in the Learning & Development industry, Kevin's experience guides his perspective and informs his actions for measuring efficiency, effectiveness, and outcomes for training, learning, and talent development.
Professional Certifications & Continuing Education Credits:
This program is valid for 1 PDCs for the SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit www.shrmcertification.org.
This program is eligible for 1 Credit Hour for either a Certified Professional in Talent Development (CPTD) or Associate Professional in Talent Development (APTD) credential holder.