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The Evolving Role of the CLO/CTDO

Mike Hawkins | January 14, 2015 | Article

CLO evolutionHaving a senior leader—CLO—focused on learning and talent development dates back as far as business and education have been in existence.  Regardless of titles, past or present, leaders responsible for learning have been and will continue to be of critical importance. Learning and development are the methods by which skills, knowledge, and attitudes are honed—and they are at the root of all achievements. 

What a Solid Pre-Training Evaluation Plan Can Do for You

ATD 2014: Session M307
Chad Udell | May 05, 2014 | Video

Within most organizations, results are often very different from established goals. Developing a strong evaluation plan before you begin the design and development of a learning transfer program—especially one that focuses on leadership development—can improve your chances of achieving agreed upon outcomes. More importantly your evaluation plan allows your stakeholders to react faster to missed targets. Attend this session to find out why. This session is an actual case study. You will explore the development of the evaluation plan for a leadership development program for the regional managers of a retail/wholesale chain of stores in the United States. In this session, you will learn how the plan was implemented and what happened, including the unexpected. You will discuss correlating the desired business operating results to the leadership development program's learning objectives and the actual outcomes accomplished. The methodology utilized to develop the Kirkpatrick Level Four results and leading indicators and Level Three critical behaviors of the evaluation plan is incorporated into this session. You will examine what happened after the formal leadership program was implemented, including data analysis and stakeholder presentation development. This session will discuss how these behaviors were applied and the operational results that were obtained and scrutinize the large collateral benefits that occurred.

The Art of Modern Sales Management

Chapter 07: The Sales Manager’s Role in Training
Renie McClay, Sandy Stricker | February 03, 2014 | Book Chapter

There are a number of factors that contribute to the success of training, but the bottom line is that most of the other factors boil down to one thing—manager support.

10 Steps to Successful Time Management

Chapter 1
Cyndi Maxey | November 16, 2010 | Book Chapter

Time management strategies for professionals.

Training for Results

Measuring Training's ROI: Chapter 39
Scott Parry | February 01, 2002 | Book Chapter

Training for Results guides you through the preparation and instruction process of implementing a new training course. Self-assessments, planning sheets, and additional learning exercises have been effective planning tools for thousands of instructors in more than 400 author-conducted train-the-trainer workshops from Chapter 39 from Training for Results.

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