Live Webinar:
August 10th, 1pm-2pm (ET)

Practical Use:
August 17th

Live  Q&A:
August 24th, 1pm-2pm (ET)

Bonus  Content:
August 31st


Evaluating your training programs is paramount for training success, but this stage of development is often overlooked or completed as an afterthought by most practitioners. During The Art of Evaluation, we will discuss the powerful impact that evaluation has not only on training programs, but in propelling teams forward in achieving organizational goals. In this informative four part series, we will:

  • Discuss the revolutionary approach in thinking about evaluation throughout the ADDIE model
  • Examine case studies illustrating how evaluating training data relates to performance
  • Converse with experts from top government and non-profit agencies to uncover common evaluation challenges and how to overcome them
  • Share powerful evaluation tips and resources that can be applied to your organizations efforts

Join us from August 10th – 24th to discuss and learn The Art of Evaluation with this series of events!

For more information about the sessions and speakers, check out the full event site.


Content Curator: Eugene de Ribeaux

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This program covers topics in the Leadership Development track.

Executive Core Qualifications (ECQs) covered in this session: Leading Change (External Awareness, Flexibility, Strategic Thinking); Building Coalitions (Influencing/Negotiating, Partnering); and Leading People (Developing Others, Team Building).