Measurement and Reporting Workshop

$1,299 Members | $1,499 Non-members*

Upcoming Workshop Date

April 28-29, 2020
Courtyard Marriott Airport Hotel
Denver, CO

Special Room rate: $159/day

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*Receive $100 off per person for groups of three or more. Please Call Andy Vance at 309-696-1382 to book a group reservation.

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Dave Vance from the Center for Talent Reporting conducts two, open-enrollment Measurement and Reporting Workshops each year covering all elements of measurement, reporting, and management of L&D, including the just-released ISO Human Capital Reporting Standards and the SEC’s new rules for human capital disclosure. The content has been thoroughly updated to reflect the latest thinking which will be shared in Dave and Peggy’s forthcoming book, Introduction to Measurement, Analytics, and Reporting expected in October.

To help you better understand your choices and select the right measures and report formats, he will share the Talent Development Reporting Principles (TDRp) framework including the three types of measures and four types of reports. He will discuss each of the most common effectiveness and efficiency measures in detail and discuss why they may be appropriate for your organization. He will also discuss the all-important outcome measures (what CEOs want most to see from L&D) and how to manage human capital like a business. He will then discuss in detail the various types of report formats and when each should be used before discussing the three TDRp management reports in detail. He will conclude with advice on how to implement TDRp in our organization and how to manage the required change.

Typically a workshop will have 10-20 participants. Pre-workshop reading and assignments will be available approximately four weeks prior to the workshop. There will be numerous breakouts during the workshop for discussion. Participants will have an opportunity to apply what they have learned first in a case study and then with their own (or a client’s) organization. Join us to learn the theory and best practices behind measurement and reporting and to get all of your questions answered.

A best practice is to have two or three from the same organization attend a workshop together so they can discuss and apply the concepts in real time to their own organization.

Who Should Attend

  • Anyone in L&D or HR responsible for managing people, programs or budgets including the department head, program managers, directors, performance consultants, and client managers
  • Anyone in L&D or HR responsible for measurement and evaluation or data analytics
  • Anyone in a consulting or vendor organization who would like to help clients improve their measurement, reporting and management of human capital

What Participants Will Learn

  • The four primary reasons for measuring and the implication for reporting
  • The three types of measures which every organization should report
  • How to select the right specific measures for your organization
  • The NEW ISO Human Capital Reporting standards
  • The NEW SEC rules for human capital disclosure
  • How to strategically align L&D or HR initiatives to organizational goals
  • How to run L&D or HR with business discipline
  • How to speak the language of business
  • The different types of reports and how to use each one
  • How to use the three management reports to ensure the delivery of planned results
  • How to create an implementation plan and manage the change

Participants Will Leave With

  • Deeper understanding of measurement and reporting as well as how to manage human capital
  • Draft lists for effectiveness, efficiency and outcome measures for their organization
  • A draft Program Report for their organization
  • Next steps for implementation
  • A copy of The Business of Learning (Second Edition, 2017) by David Vance

On-site Workshops Available

On-site Measurement and Reporting Workshops are also available at your own place of business. See On-site Workshop for more information and one-, two-, and three-day agendas.