With today’s challenging economics and dynamic market, learning and development programs must be viewed as a critical component of business success. Does your learning grow out of and support business strategy? Can you explain how your programs support organizational growth and increased performance? Are your investments directly contributing to your organization’s competitiveness? With the proper approach, tools and conversations, you have the opportunity to strengthen the bond between business strategy and on-the-job learning strategy, all of which helping to demonstrate the overall value of learning and development investments.
Many executives still perceive L & D professionals as order-takers and fail to make a consistent connection between strategy and learning. Learn through stories, examples and practice, how to facilitate stronger links between business strategy and learning and development. Discuss how to use tools as well as hold initial and follow-up conversations to underscore linkages as well as application to the job and impact on the bottom line. This presentation will demonstrate how to transform the perception of learning from a support function to a contributing factor in driving change to execute business strategy.
Learn new approaches for facilitating linkages between business strategy and L&D
Discover new ways to hold conversations that probe and build understanding or linkages and how to translate into learning and other performance solutions
Hear about a variety of tools to build programs that demonstrate value and encourage on-the-job application
How to probe when “less is more”
Learn how to identify tactics for measuring value and potential business impact