The economy is changing. Boards, CEOs, and CFOs are becoming more cautious with cash and spend. We’re all asked to ‘do more with less.’ It’s happening right now–and we all need to adjust to keep up. Here are three things you can do to prove your L&D impact and defend your budget.
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.
These last few years have been a little destabilizing to say the least. So, how can L&D leaders ensure their learning strategies can adjust when the world changes? In this final episode of our L&D master class, David James breaks down how to make our L&D strategies future-proof.
It's the biggest question facing L&D leaders today: How can you prove the real impact of your learning support? In lesson 5 of our L&D master class, David James breaks down his four-step approach for proving your impact as a strategic business partner.
As L&D leaders, we understand the value and importance of engaging subject-matter experts (SMEs) to help create targeted content and solve business problems within our organizations. But getting it right in practice can be tricky. In our fourth lesson of the L&D master class, David James breaks down how to work with SMEs to identify and solve urgent problems.
Trying to remove the question of culture from somebody's development is like trying to remove the egg from a cake. So, how can you design learning experiences that account for what learners are actually expected to do within their roles? David James is here to break down how to meet your learners where they are.
Forget huge libraries of generic content–the best way to drive better L&D outcomes is to provide the right learning support when people really need it. In lesson two of our L&D master class, David James outlines his four-step guide to supporting learners during moments of transition and adaptation.
Making the transition to digital-first learning can be bewildering at first. How can you drive transformative learning as you switch from the classroom to hybrid learning? How can you match your learning strategy to solve real business problems? In this first lesson of our L&D master class, David James offers 3 key steps to begin.