Does L&D Add Value? Whitepaper Says Yes

It has always been important for the L&D function to show its impact on the organization. In the current unforgiving economic climate, it is essential.

So how can L&D professionals show that their work and spending on learning technologies is not only justified, but is actually adding value to the business?

“Clients are looking to launch business-led L&D initiatives to ensure their sales and support channels demonstrate superior product-related knowledge when facing customers and prospects,” says Ara Ohanian, CEO of Certpoint Systems. “This is the key to accelerated sales and higher levels of customer satisfaction — and can prove L&D’s commercial value to the enterprise.”

The latest in a series of White Papers published by Certpoint, “Showing the Impact of Learning” takes executives through two trusted methods to show the value of learning programs. Whether the benefits of learning are directly or indirectly attributable, this White Paper analyzes several worked examples, showing exactly how to demonstrate the contribution L&D makes to the business.

—Download the whitepaper: http://www.certpointsystems.com/en/resources/white-paper.html

It has always been important for the L&D function to show its impact on the organization. In the current unforgiving economic climate, it is essential.

So how can L&D professionals show that their work and spending on learning technologies is not only justified, but is actually adding value to the business?

“Clients are looking to launch business-led L&D initiatives to ensure their sales and support channels demonstrate superior product-related knowledge when facing customers and prospects,” says Ara Ohanian, CEO of Certpoint Systems. “This is the key to accelerated sales and higher levels of customer satisfaction — and can prove L&D’s commercial value to the enterprise.”

The latest in a series of White Papers published by Certpoint, “Showing the Impact of Learning” takes executives through two trusted methods to show the value of learning programs. Whether the benefits of learning are directly or indirectly attributable, this White Paper analyzes several worked examples, showing exactly how to demonstrate the contribution L&D makes to the business.

—Download the whitepaper: http://www.certpointsystems.com/en/resources/white-paper.html

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