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Webinar Overview to High Impact Evaluation

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Date(s) - 29/03/2017
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm


High Impact Evaluation™ is a game-changing evaluation model created, not just to measure training, but to drive performance outcomes. It infuses the traditional instructional design process (ADDIE) with business and organizational results-based thinking. Join evaluation experts Lynette Gills, PhD, CTDP and Allan Bailey for this one-hour High Impact Evaluation overview.

During this session, Lynette and Allan will share how this integrated model and toolkit can help organizations ensure impact of development strategy and programs and help assess and improve impact and value for money of critical training and development initiatives currently deployed in the organization.

Participants will hear how this model can be used to:

-Create a sightline between training goals and desired performance (Impact Mapping)
-Assess critical risks to impact and fix them-before program launch
-Adopt new tools to standardize evaluation, assess progress, and benchmark results
-Select the right metrics (leading indicators) to forecast learning transfer, business impact
and ROI
-Exploit evaluation feedback to make mid-course corrections to ensure learning drives impact
Use compelling visual reports for senior stakeholders – ‘results-at-a-glance’.

Members: Free
Non-Members: $50.00 plus taxes

Lynette Gillis, PhD, CTDP
Executive Director, Centre for Learning Impact

A cognitive and educational psychologist, Lynette is an internationally recognized authority in the design, development and evaluation of organizational learning. For almost four decades, her career has focused on improving design and evaluation to help organizations such as Harvard Business Publishing maximize the impact of their learning investments. Lynette is a Fellow of The Institute for Performance and Learning.

Lynette has conducted more than 200 evaluations and also served as Director of the Ontario Securities Commission Investor Education Fund, Advisor to Canada’s Prime Minister’s Panel on the Skills Gap, Advisor to the Toronto Stock Exchange, and Founding Director of the Bell Centre for Learning Design at Fleming College. Other clients include Bell Canada, Manulife, RBC, CIBC, BMO, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, the Canada School of Public Service, and the Canada Revenue Agency among others. Lynette is the author of Quality Standards for Evaluating Multimedia and Online Training (McGraw-Hill 2000), a frequent speaker and workshop facilitator.

Allan Bailey
Centre for Learning Impact

Allan is a leading workplace learning measurement and evaluation expert. As Co-Director of the Investing in People project, he helped design, develop, and execute the 3-year national evaluation research study. His professional focus is helping organizations to align training with business outcomes and maximize the effectiveness, business impact, and ROI of their learning investments. For almost a decade he has consulted to Harvard Business Publishing helping to develop robust evaluation and testing strategies for HBP’s popular suite of online learning products: ”Harvard ManageMentor.” His clients also include: CIBC, BDC, WestJet, OLG, Scotiabank, Petro Canada, Logitech, and ArcelorMittal, Canada Food Inspection Agency, Canada Revenue Agency. Allan also authored the Canadian Council on Learning’s comprehensive research study, Connecting the Dots: Linking Training Investment to Business Outcomes and the Economy (2007).

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CANCELLATIONS: The Institute for Performance and Learning does not issue refunds for cancelled event registrations. Cancellations received in writing up to seven days prior to the
event date will be issued a full credit voucher to be applied to another event within each calendar year. Delegate substitution is permitted for both registration and credit vouchers


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