Visier Webinar: Learning matters – but how much, and how do you know?
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In this 30-minute webinar we will be exploring how one of the core tenets that most learning professionals hold true – that learning initiatives drive better people and business outcomes – can be tested and substantiated through a data-driven approach.
HR have become the custodians of learning and development yet are always under pressure to prove return on investment in order to receive adequate budget. With increasing pressure to demonstrate that investment in Learning really does positively impact the bottom line, HR and Learning professionals face greater resistance from within businesses to the faith-based assumption that Learning is a good thing for employees and the business alike.
How do you measure this? Where is the budget best placed? And how can you, as a HR professional, best make these critical judgements? Experience and gut-feelings alone are no longer enough. Like the rest of the business, HR is now challenged to present a business case based on facts and data.
In this webinar, we will look at how some progressive companies are embracing this challenge, using the power of People Analytics to reveal and quantify the business impacts associated with specific Learning initiatives.
The webinar will be hosted by Emily Sexton-Brown, Editor, HRD Connect with customer use cases and expert practitioner perspectives provided by Caitlin Bigsby, Director of Product Marketing at Visier.
Visier delivers data-driven HR by giving insight-based answers to key workforce questions and linking these to actions that drive better business outcomes. Up and running quickly, at a fraction of the cost of other approaches, Visier People lets you know your workforce like never before and to move from empathy-based to evidence-based HR. Over 130 global enterprises use Visier to inform their people strategy and deliver real competitive advantage. To find out why, visit www.visier.com.