- Defining learning as a business activity
- Identifying the three primary stakeholders
- Answering questions from stakeholders
- Addressing operational concerns
- Leveraging RADAR to support elearning
- Overcoming challenges
Skill Level Intermediate
- Training and e-learning are internal activities expected to contribute to business results. To do so effectively, it's essential to obtain the support from those affected by what you offer. I'm Ajay Pangarkar and I've been an award-winning author, employee performance strategist, and learning professional for more than 25 years. In this course I'll help you to identify the primary stakeholders within your organization to address how they evaluate training and e-learning contribution to the business and what you must do to gain their full support. I'll share with you a set of techniques and behaviors for you to build internal support and to make your training efforts deliver results. Whether you're an instructional designer or a chief learning officer, you'll greatly benefit from the resources this course offers. Training is considered an internal business activity and it's your responsibility to address your efforts in terms business stakeholders recognize. We have a lot to cover, so let's get started.