How not to waste your money on training with Krystyna Gadd

Tuesday 26th September 10am UK time / 7pm AEST

So many L&D departments have little or no budget and Krystyna Gadd see’s them, sadly, not spending wisely and wants to help you to ensure you aren’t wasting your money! And we are delighted to welcome Krystyna to be a guest on the Lightbulb Moment webinar.

Topics include:

  • Learning Needs Analysis: Don’t have just the one stakeholder conversation!
  • Evaluation: Are you meeting the organisation’s needs? How do you know you’ve got there if you don’t know where you are going?
  • Measurement: L&D shouldn’t be measuring everything – engage your stakeholders for their data!

Krystyna discusses the LNA and ensuring that there are broad stakeholder conversations for the essential requirement to understand the topic, contents and context of the business.

Specifying evaluation up front is essential in order to focus on business needs. Krystyna will help us discuss the question that if we don’t state what a positive evaluation is before hand, how will you know that you’ve achieved something for the organisation?

Lots of L&D professionals are being told that measurement is important for highlighting organisation success and that they need data that isn’t just the ‘bums on seats’. Krystyna asserts that if we engage our stakeholders well in the first place, it’s their measurements that we should be using!

Ideal for: L&D professionals, managers and stakeholders who commission training/learning interventions.

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About Krystyna Gadd

Krystyna is a leading authority on accelerated learning and its application in the UK. She has been training trainers, facilitators and subject matter experts since 2008, through CIPD professional programmes and her own workshops. She has published a book “50 ways to Accelerate Learning”, which expands on her “5 Secrets of Accelerated Learning” that she shared in the Training Journal article “Get up to Speed”.

Her associates are all passionate accelerated learning practitioners, who “walk the talk” and contribute to making the workshops unforgettable. One such workshop is The Learning Loop, a workshop focusing on the learning cycle with effective ways to design and deliver the right training in a business focused way.

Krystyna whole-heartedly believes that the learning process should be a happy and enjoyable one and is a fabulous role model at bringing this philosophy to life.

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