Our Events

Regional Symposiums

Regional Symposiums are exclusive two day events for L&D leaders, practitioners, analysts, and measurement strategists. These events will provide you the opportunity to engage with CEB measurement experts, as well as your peers, to help tie learning measurement, benchmarking and reporting to your most strategic and costly learning and talent programs.

In addition, we will be showcasing our new Metrics That Matter platform rearchitecture and the intuitive new features that make it an even more effective technology enabler to achieve data-driven L&D decisions.

Day 1 - 12:00pm to 5:00pm (optional evening event - 6:30pm to 9:00pm)

Day 2 - 8:00pm to 1:30pm


London

16-17 Sept 2015

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San Francisco

21-22 Sept 2015

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Seattle

23-24 Sept 2015

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Sydney

20-21 Oct 2015

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Chicago

27-28 Oct 2015

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Houston

29-30 Oct 2015

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Orlando

5-6 Nov 2015

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Washington, DC

11-12 Nov 2015

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Briefings

Regional, periodic meetings that teach senior HR, L&D, and Talent Management executives the latest insights, trends, and strategies in learning measurement, and enable peer-to-peer networking and access to industry experts and practitioners.

Leadership Development: Measuring Impact

One of CEOs' top concerns is the shortage in the leadership pipeline. Leadership development programs are charging to meet this need with modern, blended curricula and unprecedented spending on each learner.

For the average organization, though, nearly half of that substantial investment will go to waste, generating no improvement to leadership capability or business results.

Learning Objectives:

  • A new planning tool for defining the measurement approach for leadership development programs
  • Multiple techniques for credibly linking leadership development investments to results
  • A clear understanding of what leadership development metrics are important to business executives

Conference Speaking Events

Industry events Metrics That Matter™ will present at.


Instructure Lunch & Learn

6 Aug 2015

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CLO Fall Symposium

12-14 Oct 2015

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Financial Services L&D Conference

20-21 Oct 2015

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Elliott Masie's Learning

1-4 Nov 2015

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Trainings

Brief, virtual teaching sessions for new Metrics That Matter™ users or for clients with new access to targeted modules.

ReImagineHR

As the pace of change in HR accelerates, HR teams need to adapt. Indeed, 81% of global heads of HR plan to make changes to the functions operating model this year. Join other HR leaders to learn how to identify the most disruptive forces impacting HR and position your teams for success.

To register and learn more about the event taking place in Chicago, please click the link below.


ReImagineHR

30 Sept - 2 Oct

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2-Day Chicago Learning Analytics Workshop

According to research, proving the value and ROI of training is the #1 challenge of learning and development organizations. Another finding was that nearly 40% of training isn't utilized, resulting in significant wasted resources. If you are trying to continuously improve your learning organization, or demonstrate the impact training made on your organization, this workshop will arm you with the tools and insights you need to be successful at doing it.

The workshop will be held in the MTM Chicago office - 222 S. Riverside Plz, Suite 1400, Chicago, IL 60606. Breakfast and lunch will be provided, as well as ample time for networking and information sharing.

Webinars


5 Myths About Measuring Training's Impact and Why They'll Get You Into Trouble

9 July 2015

There are a number of ideologies and beliefs on how to best measure the impact of training. As a result, it can be difficult to distinguish myths from best practices. During this webinar, our prominent measurement experts will provide "practitioner-focused" solutions for the most common misconceptions about measuring business impact. The core issues to be addressed will include:

  • The facts about a "Level 1 Survey"
  • The accuracy around Self-Report data
  • The pitfall of customizing evaluation questions
  • The need for statistical significance when measuring impact
  • The decision to measure after the training program has been launched
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