Selling Learning to the C-Suite
Business leaders are under tremendous pressure to account for the performance of business activity. For a long time, workplace learning has been perceived as a ‘supporting’ function that has not been able to directly contribute to business results. It’s time for this mindset to change. It’s time for learning to step off the sidelines and demonstrate contribution to organizational objectives.
Training and development professionals fail to grasp their leader’s expectations because they don’t view workplace learning as a business function and are unable to tangibly connect learning to organizational objectives. In either case, this is a unique opportunity to make your learning initiatives relevant to the organization and avoid being perceived as an unnecessary expense.
This webinar identifies how to get your leaders to value workplace learning and how to make it a valued business partner.
In this webinar, you will learn how to:
>> Address the secrets business leaders believe about learning investments.
>> Answer your leader’s questions that validate “learning” effectiveness.
>> Discover how business leaders actually position learning in the workplace.
>> Learn what leader’s mean when they say, “return on learning investment.” (It’s not what you think.)
Ajay Pangarkar, President, Lead Performance Strategist, CentralKnowledge.com
Ajay is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), Certified Management Accountant (CMA), and a Certified Training and Development Professional (CTDP). Ajay is a published author with John Wiley & Sons recently publishing his third book, The Trainers Balanced Scorecard: A Complete Resource for Linking Learning and Growth to Organizational Strategy. Other books include The Trainers Portable Mentor and Building Business Acumen for Trainers: Skills to Empower the Learning Function. Ajay is a field editor for ASTD Links and regular columnist for Training Magazine. Watch for his upcoming book, The ROI Lie: Why It’s Undermining Learning Credibility & What To Do About It.
Date and Time:
Tuesday, Nov 10th, 2015 from 2:00pm – 3:00pm ET (Recording Available Post-Event)
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