For years, it wasn’t uncommon that L&D was viewed by many as a cost center. As organizations began to make data driven decisions, the perceptions for L&D have changed. Organizations have begun to realize and prioritize the importance of developing their talent, and L&D is at the center of that development. As L&D professionals, you know how to show the effectiveness of training for the development of employees, but the question is: how to demonstrate the value and impact of learning programs back to the organization?.
Join us to learn how we, as L&D professionals, can better engage business stakeholders with success stories of the value that L&D creates for the business.
Bethany Remely, Sr. Customer Success Manager, Explorance