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Finally Capture the White Whale of Learning: Measure Impact on Business Results

Date: Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Time: 2:00 PM EDT

Duration: 60-minutes

Learning has become a top concern for the C-level. Business impact and ROI of learning programs are the top two priorities of CEOs, according to the LinkedIn Workplace Learning Report. Yet only a small percentage of organizations are delivering on either of those insights. Measuring learning at the higher levels of the Kirkpatrick model is a struggle that many organizations are facing. However, with advancements in big data technology and analysis, measuring business impact is no longer a white whale. 

In this interactive webinar, learning leader, Tina Woita, will level set on what is happening in learning functions today and the common challenges organizations are facing in their attempts to measure impact. Illustrated through her own experiences, Tina will share practical tips on how you can empower your teams with the right tools and strategy to successfully measure the dollar and productivity impact of your learning programs.

Key takeaways:  

  • Common measurement challenges at each level of the Kirkpatrick Model
  • Effective measurement strategies
  • Relevant success stories of measuring learning impact

Sponsored by:

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Speakers:

Tina Woita 

   Tina Woita
   
Director, Sales Enablement and Learning

   Visier

Tina Woita, Director of Sales Enablement & Learning for Visier, has been in the learning and enablement space for over 15 years in various sectors including: financial, insurance, software, and retail. She holds certifications in Mager’s Instructional Modular Design (IMD) and Criterion-Referenced Instruction (CRI), is pursuing a Masters Degree in Adult Education with an emphasis in Human Resources, and is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR). Tina leads the sales enablement function at Visier that onboards, supports, and develops the sales teams. She is focused on not only enhancing the performance of the individual but also increasing revenue and improving business results.