In today’s fast-paced and ever-changing workplace, and post-pandemic, eLearning is now the essential tool for rapid and immediate employee training and development to remain competitive. Management approval and support is always essential for any elearning/training program’s success but so is having the support from actual users like employees. Your role to create and implement effective eLearning solutions is only half the battle. The other half is convincing senior leaders, operational managers, and employees to invest time and resources into these programs.
Implementing an eLearning program, or any type of learning program, is more than just proving users will gain new skills. You must build a convincing case to get the buy-in from all levels of stakeholders about how your proposal will improve organizational performance, be cost-effective, and be value-focused. Ajay will address how to identify the primary stakeholders in your organization and anticipate their questions and expectations and leverage the RADAR model to build consensus.
In this course you will discover to:
Define learning within a business context
Identify the needs of your primary stakeholders
Answer questions from various stakeholder levels
Make learning accountable for operational issues
Apply RADAR to address common decision-making concerns
Ajay Pangarkar is a Fellow of the Chartered Professional Accountants (FCPA), Fellow of the Certified Management Accountants (FCMA), and a Certified Training and Development Professional (CTDP). He is an an award-winning author and performance strategist for more than 25 years and works closely with leading Fortune 500 companies, governments, and non-profit organizations. Ajay’s recent book is, “”The Trainer’s Balanced Scorecard: A Complete Resource for Linking Learning to Organizational Strategy”