Proving ROI for People Development Programs

Wednesday, May 25, 2022 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Mandy Varley, Behavioral Scientist, Torch and Lorien Elleman, Behavioral Scientist, Torch Leadership Labs

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HR leaders are under increasing pressure to provide a quantitative case for the value of their programs. During this webinar, you’ll receive a roadmap to build and leverage data to show executives the effectiveness of these programs. Walk away with real-world examples of how organizations can crack the ROI code for their people development programs.

During this webinar, you will learn how to:

  • Measure the effectiveness of your leadership development initiatives.
  • Present return-on-investment information in a convincing way to senior leadership.
  • Leverage data to get more budget for programs and expand opportunities to more people inside the organization. 


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Mandy Varley
Mandy Varley

Behavioral Scientist, Torch

Mandy Varley, PhD, BCC, MBA, is a behavioral scientist at Torch. She holds a PhD in organizational behavior from Case Western Reserve University and an MBA from Lancaster University and is also a board-certified executive coach. With her breadth of experience in executive coaching, assessment, and business metrics, she is passionate about helping to translate the value of coaching into multiple parts of the business. 

Lorien Elleman
Lorien Elleman

Behavioral Scientist, Torch Leadership Labs

Lorien Elleman, PhD, is a behavioral scientist at Torch Leadership Labs. He has more than 15 years of experience in research and analytics, across a broad range of topics, such as statistical learning, mortgage creditworthiness, and geographical psychology. Lorien specializes in psychometrics, the study of how best to measure psychological constructs, from building and administering an assessment to analyzing the collected data.