How do we measure training and learning’s contribution to human and business performance? Is there evidence for the impact of training? What are credible facts for learning effectiveness?
These are difficult questions to answer but difficult does not mean impossible. There is an answer! Join Kevin M. Yates, the L&D Detective, as he solves a measurement mystery.
Working alongside Kevin, you will conduct an impact measurement investigation. You’ll examine nine questions, the answers to which are essential for successfully measuring the impact for training and learning. You’ll also collect facts, clues, evidence, and data that reveal training and learning’s influence on human performance and business results.
We will identify metrics and measures that give signals for impact. We will also explore what you can and cannot measure. We’ll conclude our impact investigation with the evidence we’ve collected and answer the question, “What is the impact of training and learning?”.
Kevin M. Yates is known in the global training, learning, and talent development community as the L&D Detective. He solves measurement mysteries and investigates how training and learning contribute to human and business performance. He examines the fulfillment of the purpose of training and learning with facts, clues, evidence, and data.
His reach is worldwide with keynotes, workshops, and conferences (live and virtual) where he shares his mindset and method for measuring the impact of training and learning. Audiences are engaged and attentive with Kevin’s combination of storytelling, practical techniques, and audience participation. Kevin tells the truth about measuring impact and sets audiences up for success with actionable practices and realistic expectations.
Kevin’s career spans 25+ years with experience in facilitation, instructional design, curriculum development, program management, learning solutions, learning operations, leadership development, learning technology, learning analytics, and impact measurement.
His industry experience includes banking, insurance, news media, marketing, advisory services, food services, and social media with global brands, including Grant Thornton, Kantar, McDonald’s, and Meta (Facebook).
Kevin is also the founder and president of Meals in the Meantime, a nonprofit helping people who need food with pop-up food pantries.
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