How To Make An eLearning Business Case And Get Internal Buy-In
One of the most common roadblocks to launching an employee training program is getting your initiatives off the ground. Securing funding for your strategy is just half the battle. You also need to convince employees that it’s worth their time and effort to ensure active participation and achieve measurable outcomes. This course hosted by Ajay Pangarkar can help you pitch eLearning to your internal stakeholders and get your training program up and running in record time.
Is Selling eLearning Solely About Proving ROI?
Though Return On Investment (ROI) plays a crucial part in the decision-making process, selling eLearning internally involves a variety of factors. For example, which skills will your program cultivate, and which performance behaviors do you need to improve or reinforce? How will the training impact your business objectives? Is your new virtual training program going to be more cost-effective than your current approach? That’s where this course steps in to give you the tools and insights you need to anticipate their questions and meet their expectations when stating your case to all levels of stakeholders, including employees and management.
About This Course
How do you get stakeholders on board? What do you need to prove the value of your training strategy? In this course, you will discover how to:
- Define learning in a business context
- Identify the needs of your primary stakeholders
- Answer questions from various stakeholder levels
- Make learning accountable for operational issues
- Apply RADAR to address common decision-making concerns
How To Enroll
Sign up for How To Sell eLearning To Internal Stakeholders, presented by Ajay Pangarkar, CTDP, CPA, CMA, to make a strong business case for your L&D initiatives. You’ll learn how to validate leaders’ perceptions and meet performance needs so that you can launch an employee training program that keeps your organization competitive.