CTR Week (CTR Conference)

Center for Talent Reporting Third Annual Conference

Dallas    February 24-25 noon

 

The Center for Talent Reporting (CTR) is excited to host our third annual conference in Dallas February 24-25, 2016. If your interest is measurement, reporting, or management of learning and development (L&D) in particular or HR in general, this is the conference for you. We distinguish ourselves by bringing you industry thought leaders in an intimate setting where you have the opportunity and time to interact with them. Past participants have commented that this is the best conference they ever attended and if they could attend only one, this would be it. The conference begins Wednesday morning at 8.00 am and concludes Thursday at noon. We hope you will join us for what promises to be our best conference yet. Register now.

 

Center for Talent Reporting TDRP Basics Workshop

Dallas    February 22-23

The next TDRp Basics Workshop will be conducted in Dallas February 22-23 as the kick-off to CTR Week which includes the Third Annual CTR Conference and two great post-conference events.  The two-day workshop covers all elements of TDRp including assumptions, principles, types and definitions of measures, creation of measures lists, and creation and use of the three reports. They will also discuss how to manage human capital like a business, how to implement TDRp in your organization, and how to manage the required change. Typically a workshop will have 15-20 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. Register now.

 

CLO for a Day Simulation

Dallas   February 25 1-5 pm

 

Join us in Dallas for the first public offering of this very unique and engaging computer-based simulation for learning professionals. The simulation puts you in the role of a CLO where you have to decide

  • Which corporate goals to support
  • Which learning programs to include in your business plan
  • What type of learning to recommend (classroom, e-learning, simulation, job aides, or a blend)
  • How long each initiative should be
  • How many participants should take each course
  • Whether to reinforce the learning

Just as in the real world, you will have a limited budget and staff, which means that you will not be able to do everything you want. Trade-offs will have to be made. What will you sacrifice? How much can you accomplish with the resources you have? Participants will work in teams of two to see who can deliver the greatest impact, effectiveness and efficiency. Register now.

 

Strategic Alignment Workshop

Dallas   February 26  8 am-12 noon

Join us for this special Strategic Alignment Workshop to explore what senior leaders really want to see and to learn how to achieve and demonstrate strategic alignment. We will begin with a review of the literature on alignment and suggest a working definition. Then we will discuss the theory of alignment and how to have good business discussions with senior leaders. Next, we will share a six-step process to achieve and show alignment. Last, we will address real-world alignment issues. Extensive use will be made of case studies to allow you to immediately apply what you have learned at each step. Alternatively, you can bring your own organization’s goals and programs to use in this workshop. Register now.

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