How do you uniformly improve the capability of your people manager workforce and still ensure that individual needs are being met? That’s what comScore set out to do, and the result was an entirely new approach to program design and performance measurement.
During this session, you will identify what people managers need to be both willing and able to develop their skill sets. You will discover a radically flexible, scalable approach to learning design using tools and technology that you already possess. And you will realize that when you put a dashboard into managers’ hands, they will monitor their own progress and improve.
If you plan to positively impact business outcomes through your people manager workforce this year, then a continuous learning program might just be the right approach.
About the Speakers:
Ashley Raker, Learning Program Manager, comScore
Ashley Raker delights in creating engaging and transformational learning experiences to train and develop a company’s most important asset: its employees. She currently works as a learning program manager at comScore, where she designs, facilitates, and supports programs and platforms that help each employee grow. Ashley began her professional career teaching middle school language arts, and danced through a series of roles in writing and HR before finding her niche in L&D. When she isn’t working, she enjoys running, refining her cooking skills, and reading at least three different books at once.
Beth Teixeira, Director, Learning & Development, comScore
After becoming a CPLP, Beth Teixeira contributed to its exam revisions and in the development of ATD’s newest certification, the APTD. She is currently Director of Learning & Development, specializing in leadership development and manager performance at comScore, a data analytics company. Prior to this role, Beth was a learning consultant who managed clients across industries and around the globe. Her client dedication and their resulting success earned her an Employee of the Year award in 2015. Beth’s dry wit once earned her a nasty speeding ticket, so she now uses session participants to hone her timing and delivery.