You may be quite content with the universal traditions of smile sheets. But there’s a completely new game in town. Join us and find out why organizations like Emirates Airlines, Scotiabank, the Central Bank of Brazil, MIT, CapitalOne, Harvard Business, Health Canada, Toronto Hydro, and the Ontario Police College see High Impact Evaluation as a credible and powerful evaluation alternative.
Participants will hear how this model can be used to:
- Create a clear line of sight between training goals and desired performance (Impact Mapping)
- Assess critical risks to impact and fix them-before program launch
- Adopt new tools and templates to standardize evaluation, assess progress, and benchmark results
- Select the right metrics (leading indicators) to forecast learning transfer, business impact and ROI
- Exploit evaluation feedback to diagnose problems, make mid-course corrections and ensure learning drives impact
- Use compelling visual reports for senior stakeholders - 'results-at-a-glance'.
Non-Members: $50.00 plus taxes
Dr. Lynette Gillis, CTDP
Executive Director, Centre for Learning Impact
Dr. Gillis is an cognitive and educational psychologist and an internationally recognized authority in the design, development and evaluation of organizational learning. For almost four decades, her career has focused on improving existing design and evaluation methodologies to help organizations such as Harvard Business Publishing maximize the effectiveness and impact of their learning investments. In 2011, Lynette was named a Fellow of the CSTD. Lynette has conducted more than 200 evaluations and is the author of Quality Standards for Evaluating Multimedia and Online Training (McGraw-Hill 2000). Lynette and is a frequent speaker and workshop facilitator.
Chief Executive Officer, Centre for Learning Impact
Allan is a leader in workplace learning measurement and evaluation. As Co-Director of the Investing in People® project, he helped design, develop, and execute the 3-year national evaluation research study. His focus is on helping organizations to align training with business outcomes and maximize effectiveness, business impact, and return on investment. He delivers evaluation workshops for a range of clients including Scotiabank, the Central Bank of Brazil, MIT, Boeing, the Canada Revenue Agency, and Health Canada. Allan has authored national research studies investigating the relationships between between training investments and resulting impacts on performance, business outcomes and the economy.
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