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The more data points you have, the better. The people who matter when it comes to making your case are typically analytical — COO and CFO types — and will likely want an explanation as to how you reached your conclusion. Validate your findings with as much data, from as many different perspectives, as possible. That means the trainees’ responses immediately after the course and a couple of months after, as well as their managers.’

If you can’t prove a return on your training program – real learning that is adopted and applied -- then you run the risk of having it cut back or even losing it. You may think that measuring ROI is hard. However, if you follow these fast, hard rules, provided by ESI International, you’ll be on your way to proving your learning program has measurable impact.

 

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