How to Create a Learning Data Strategy for Business Impact

Thursday, September 15, 2022 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Maribeth Pearson, Manager, Learning & Development

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It takes hard work to ensure a successful learning data strategy. Every company’s strategy is unique to its team and business, but there is a common path to guide the way for all. In this interactive webinar, participants will understand what they need to know before they start to collect any data.

Attend this webinar to learn six guiding questions to plan your data strategy. These questions will enable you to show alignment between what your learning department accomplishes and your corporate business strategy.

You will start by looking at where you are currently when it comes to your data:

  • How much of it is verbally collected versus paper-based or computer-based?
  • Where would you like your data strategy to be in one year?
  • How would you like your data strategy to evolve in three years?

By the end of this webinar, you will walk away with ideas about what your next steps should be to create a data strategy, regardless of the size of your company, and how each of the six questions can be applied to your organization.


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Maribeth Pearson
Maribeth Pearson

Manager, Learning & Development

Maribeth Pearson is the L&D manager at BlueShore Financial with 17 years of experience in the financial services industry. She has spent the last six years combining her knowledge attained in retail banking, with her skills in Learning and Development. Over that time, Pearson has gained her CPTD (Certified Learning and Development Professional) and completed her Master of Education. Pearson’s strengths include producing, facilitating, and collaborating to create instructional design that suits today’s diverse workforce. She takes a proactive approach to employee development with a passion for leadership and organizational strategy, using analytics to ensure the best distribution of time and areas of focus.