L&D Design: Mastering the Science and the Art
07 November 2017 Webinar
Time: 15:00 – 16:00 GMT
How to design learning that delivers measurable stakeholder value
Creating blended and engaging learning journeys is one of the most gratifying parts of learning and development for many L&D practitioners. We call this the ART of learning and development – using interactive and virtual methods that meet all learning styles. Yet spending time considering methods and content it is not actually the place to start.
We believe that to design and deliver L&D solutions that impact business results you must expertly combine the science and the art. And we believe that the science should always come first. Ultimately you need to be more than an L&D expert. You need to really know the business you work in. This means business partnering with your stakeholders to ensure you are clear on the business case, outputs required, the measures and desired results. Only then can you deliver value.
Yes you can share the participants’ reactions, and perhaps some ROI data, but is this the meaningful analysis your business leaders really want or need to see? At FTI Consulting we think they expect more; and this is where the SCIENCE comes in.
Join this 60-minute webinar as our Learning and Development expert, Karen Hulme, gives practical insights into how changing your approach to L&D design could transform the results you achieve
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The webinar will cover:
- Learning and development: The science and the art
- Putting the science first – KPIs, success factors and a trusted advisor approach
- Following with the art – creating a compelling learning solution
- How to start measuring and proving value
Case study: Implementing a results focused L&D initiative in a global engineering organisation
- Learning and Development Practitioners
- Senior HR Managers
- HR Business Partners
- Talent Development Professionals
Managers and leaders who want to get more from their L&D/HR teams
Karen has worked in the field of learning and organisational development since the mid 1990s. During this time she has project managed, designed and delivered management and leadership development programmes for a wide range of global clients including: The Royal Opera House, Meggitt, Rotork, Close Bros, AkzoNobel and Premier Foods.