It’s no longer enough to just ship courses and hope they make a difference in terms of building skills and solving problems. Learning metrics are a great start to evaluate this. But today, we need to go beyond them to prove our impact. Here’s step one of our six-step playbook for impactful L&D.
Launching a new training program isn’t as simple as buying some courses and mandating employee attendance. Companies that enthusiastically push forward without proper planning often suffer from misaligned business goals, overwhelmed L&D departments, and a lack of C-suite buy-in. Any of these could sink your training program as soon as it starts. Here’s what you need to know to get started.
It’s not enough to show that your program is helping employees learn new skills. So, how do you put a dollar amount on a training program whose effects seem largely unquantifiable? We've got three ways to put a value on training return on investment–and a free calculator you can use right now.