Learning professionals know that proving the ROI of corporate learning is essential to keeping and increasing budgets. But how do you start, and how can you make an impactful business case for learning without spending too much time that is already in short supply? We were curious about how real organisations connect intangible knowledge with the meeting of overarching business objectives and what specific actions you can take to help make learning a major priority at your organisation.
Finish reading the ''Proving the Business Impact of Training'' article to learn how to:
- Redefine what you consider a training success
- Run learning initiatives with measurable impact in mind
- Own the business impact that learning has on the organisation
- Get managers involved to ensure learning is used on the job
- Present solid results to your senior leadership
- Secure the budget that you need to drive your organisation forward
Featuring practical advice from learning professionals at BPS World, the ROI Institute, and ZSL London Zoo, this article is part of the U.K. L&D Report 2018: Benchmark Your Workplace Learning Strategy.
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- The employee training budgets, training topics, and training methods of organisations in 2018.
- Practical advice from L&D leaders to help you adopt new technologies, nurture a learning culture, get the most from the apprenticeship levy and measure and promote the value of workplace learning.
- How learning professionals rate the executive engagement in learning, assess the impact of training and more!
This article is sponsored by the Institute of Direct and Digital Marketing.