||Executing Successful Professional Development
||Human Resource Development
||Description: Limited budgets, time, and resources make it vital that professional development (PD) programs deliver real results. The success or failure of professional development often comes down to our ability to gain buy-in at three levels: executives who sponsor professional development, managers who send their employees to workshops, and employees who participate in professional development.
In this interactive, case-based workshop, participants:
*Explore 3 factors that cause PD programs to succeed or fail.
*Discover approaches to making the business case for PD.
*Explore how training initiatives consistently lead to meaningful changes in behavior and performance.
*Identify 2 simple elements that increase learning by up to 76%
*Identify low cost resources to maximize the return on investment.
*Develop plan to apply strategies to engage stake holders.
Who should attend: Executive team, HR Managers/Directors, and Learning & Development Managers/Directors