This eBook shares insights on how to conduct an audit of your L&D initiatives. Using cues from the audit and your 2021 year-end L&D review, the eBook outlines how you can identify the focus areas for preparing an effective L&D Strategy for 2022.
Companies who want to prosper far into the future must compete on the speed of learning. Clearly, L&D teams play a critical role in this endeavor. In spite of this, they are still considered as a cost center and not as a value creator.
- So how can L&D teams remodel themselves to be considered as a performance driver?
- Would L&D teams have all the capabilities in-house to meet and exceed the growing expectations from the business?
This exercise must begin with a comprehensive L&D Audit. This analysis combined with learnings from the current year should be used to identify the focus areas for next year. This approach will not only help transform L&D from a cost center to a performance powerhouse but also help create a blueprint for future that will be well aligned to help you meet the rapidly changing dynamics.
This is the basis of my eBook where I share insights on how to conduct an audit of your L&D initiatives. Using cues from this analysis as well as from the year-end review, I show you how can you identify the focus areas for preparing an effective L&D Strategy for 2022.
Section 1 – How to Conduct an Audit of Your Training and Development Initiatives
An L&D audit is a key tool in understanding an organization’s L&D needs in terms of engagement and performance and productivity benchmarks. In this section, I highlight key thoughts, techniques, and strategies for auditing your L&D initiatives.
Section 2 – Year-end L&D Review – What Worked, What Didn’t, and Other Key Lessons from 2021
As 2022 is around the corner, this is a good time for L&D teams to pause and take a holistic look at what worked for them, and what did not. In this section, I have assimilated key L&D review lessons learned from 2021.
Section 3 – Focus Areas for Preparing a Learning and Development Strategy for 2022
2020 was about virtual training evolution, and 2021 about better engaging and training virtual teams. The signs are clear – Focus 2022 is on training hybrid workforces. In this section, I delve deeper on planning L&D strategies for 2022.