Measure Learning Impact with This Checklist
“Has your learning and development (L&D) initiative resulted in the changes you intended?
You what they say about the best laid plans, right? Even when you have a clear vision for your learning program and all of the associated objectives, things can (and often do) go wrong.
A recent study of Bersin by Deloitte found that only 1 in 5 L&D programs measurably improve employee performance. So how do you ensure that your next L&D investment produces the desired outcomes?
Don’t worry, we’re here to help. In this blog post, we’ll walk through a checklist to help you assess the impact of your learning program. So, get ready to dive deep into performance analysis of your L&D programs.”
- Determine the requirements for each position.
- Provide useful and specific details about open roles.
- When writing the job description, make sure it is clear, so there will be no surprises after the employee changed their position.
- Send out a ‘News’ email announcing the job opening.
- Maintain an up-to-date Jobs/Careers area on your intranet.
- If you don’t have an intranet, post the position on your company’s website.
- The employment posting should be posted on your company’s bulletin board. Make the ad stand out.
- Make it clear to employees who they should contact if they wish to apply for the position.
- Review work samples and assignments.
- Keep candidates in the loop.
- Be careful with bias when your recruiting knows candidates.
- Focus on objective data about the candidates.
- Take into consideration how much the person’s career will evolve with this new position.