Increased ROI with Training

Business - Carrie Foster

In this course, we talk about both the hypothetical and down to earth structure of two basics of preparing the outline.

In the first place, we look at the preparation needs examination stage, where we talk about the significance of understanding the idea of the setting inside which the association is working and the issues the association faces in accomplishing its targets. We audit techniques for investigation and the kinds of information, which can help impactful preparing plan. Second, we investigate the assessment stage, and how to adjust preparing intercessions to authoritative execution goals. We work through cases of the degree of profitability counts and audit an assortment of execution measures, which can be used.

This course plots the act of preparing a plan for Return on Investment giving learning experts strategies that they can use in their own particular preparing outline.

 

 

Learning Objectives:

  • Explore the Organization Development Cycle and recognize how it impacts Intervention Design
  • Identify Methods for Training Needs Analysis
  • Explore the Evaluation Phase and the importance of staring with the end in mind.
  • Discover how to calculate return on investment (ROI) in alignment with organization performance measures.

Instructor

Carrie Foster

OD Specialist

Carrie Foster specialises in the facilitation of coaching, people management, and Organisation Development…

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What will you cover?

  •   Introduction 00:01:42
  •   Key Terms and Definitions 00:07:48

Instructor

Carrie Foster

OD Specialist

Carrie Foster specialises in the facilitation of coaching, people management, and Organisation Development…

Training 5 or more people?

Get your team access to WIISE top 2,000 courses anytime, anywhere.

Try WIISE for Business
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