One of the biggest strategic challenges learning and development (L&D) directors face is maximising the impact their policies have on the business, and showing proof of how corporate training is directly influencing business growth.
A common reason for this is most evaluations have historically focused on feedback or satisfaction – but while these are useful in gaining thoughts and impressions on the seminars or programmes, they don’t necessarily reveal whether the learning has been applied and positively impacted business performance.
In essence, moving the learning from the classroom and into practice can be one of the most difficult things to promote, let alone measure.
This is why Employee Effectiveness 2014 provides presentations and panel discussions surrounding how HR and business leaders can craft learning measurement strategies which align and improve the business effectiveness of training investments.
With sessions devoted exclusively to measuring learning, this two-day conference will cover topics such as getting the maximum possible ROI out of your training programmes, overcoming key challenges of learning and aligning L&D programmes with HR strategies and desired business goals.
Join the discussion with these forward-thinking speakers from companies such as AIG, Citibank, Facebook, Pitney Bowes, Samsung and many more, who will explore the latest and most powerful trends of corporate learning.
Employee Effectiveness 2014 will be held on the 18th and 19th of June.
For more information on the event, or to enquire about attending, speaking or sponsoring, please visit www.ee2014.com