USING METRICS TO TELL YOUR TRAINING STORY (Fargo)
Metrics are powerful. Well... they can be powerful if used correctly. When the best metrics are gathered and used, they can help to make solid business decisions and show the value of training to a larger audience. Metrics have the potential to tell your training story in a way that is both clear and effective.
But, how do you know what metrics to use? How do you find them? How do you present them? Using their own examples, Learning Experience team members from Discovery Benefits will share the answers to these questions and more.
This session will cover:
- Figuring out what metrics will best tell the story
- How to gather the data needed
- How to report the data so it connects with the right audience
- Overall tips and tricks we have learned during our own data journey
Jess Almlie, VP of Learning Experience, Discovery Benefits
Jess Almlie has worked in various capacities of training and development for 20 years. She currently serves as the Vice President for Learning Experience at Discovery Benefits where she is responsible for casting vision and defining strategy for effective learning. Jess holds a bachelor's in Organizational Communication from Concordia College - Moorhead and a Masters in Educational Leadership from NDSU. She is passionate about maximizing learning experiences in all areas.
Lindsay Johnson, Director of Learning Experience, Discovery Benefits
Lindsay Johnson is the Director of Learning Experience at Discovery Benefits. During her 13 years at DBI, she oversaw multiple Operational departments before transitioning to Learning Experience in 2017. In her current role, she focuses her time on educating DBI’s clients, overseeing the new hire training process as well as process improvements. In her spare time, Lindsay enjoys working out, spending time with her husband and two young kids and volunteering at Kamp K.A.C.E, a summer camp for kids with cancer.
Jodi Stende, Manager of Online Learning, Discovery Benefits
Jodi Stende manages the Online Learning team at Discovery benefits where she guides the team to design online courses that are meaningful, memorable, and motivational for learners. Jodi has over 10 years of experience in training, content writing, instructional design and online learning. Jodi and her husband, John, have three children. She advocates for people and families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and serves on the Board of Directors for the North Dakota Autism Center.
Details: Lunch is included for all attendees.
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