Proving Learning's Impact: Your ticket to a Seat at the Table
Registrants will receive a link to join this webinar by email the day before the event.
When: Wednesday, May 20, 2020
Time: 11:00am-11:15am-Virtual Networking
The big-data and advanced-analytics management revolution is here. There is a shift towards data-driven business results in the C-Suite's desire to use data to improve decisions, enhance performance and gain competitive advantage. Despite this fundamental shift in business, learning leaders continue to track and report costs and efficiency measures without demonstrating alignment and business outcomes. This causes many of today's learning and development professionals to struggle to gain and maintain a seat at the table.
So how do we solve this challenge? In this session you will uncover strategies to build a measurement and evaluation capability within your department to improve your performance and demonstrate learning's impact to the business.
In this Monthly Learning Meeting you will learn how to:
Mark Lewis, Delek US Holdings, Inc
Mark currently serves as the Sr. Director of Learning and Development with Delek US Holdings, Inc. He is responsible for leading and developing an integrated learning, succession management, leadership and organizational development strategy aligned with Delek’s strategic plan.
He is a transformative thought leader in Learning and Development (L&D) with 24-years of experience in L&D and directing operations. Demonstrated ability to align L&D strategy with business goals and collaborate with executives and line-managers to deliver innovative solutions to improve employee performance. Experience with the design, implementation, facilitation and evaluation of enterprise learning programs in a Fortune 100 company. Inspirational leader with a passion for developing direct reports and building award-winning L&D teams. He has served 24 years as a senior intelligence officer in the United States Air Force, retiring at the rank of Lieutenant Colonel.
Mr. Lewis holds a Bachelors of General Studies degree in Aviation Administration from the University of Nebraska-Omaha and a Masters of Science degree in Management from Bellevue University.