Are you evaluating the impact of your training interventions?

What have you contributed to business? How has L&D impacted business? How have you contributed to the bottom line? What results can you show? What is the ROI? How is the business improving through training? All very valid questions and all increasingly being asked by business to L&D.

A 2017 Workplace Learning Report by LinkedIn Learning shows that the No. 1 measure of learning desired by CEOs is learning impact and yet only 8% organizations are demonstrating this. There is a clear need for us to up our learning evaluation game and provide business with the kind of results it is looking for.

The Kirkpatrick Four Levels® of Evaluation Certification program (Bronze, Silver and Gold levels) certifies you to use one of the foremost evaluation methodologies in the world. Available in in-person and online formats, this program helps you deep dive into each of the 4 Levels, explore tools, techniques and methodologies at each level and helps you develop the Kirkpatrick Four Levels® evaluation plan for one of your own session right there in the training room. This hands-on approach leads to immediate application of the learning and increases the likelihood of future application on the job.



IAF Endorsed™ Comprehensive Programme on Group Facilitation Skills

Group wisdom versus individual intelligence

The modern workplace has become very diverse with a growing need for people to work effectively and efficiently in groups, across teams, functions, cultures and geographies. Such diversity brings with it, a high likelihood of creative and innovative solutions emerging. However, you can’t simply bring people together and hope that they will work with each other on their own to come up with solutions.

This is where facilitation comes in.

Defined as ‘to make easy’, facilitation is a skill that uses processes and tools to ensure that different views and thoughts of a group are surfaced to support the coming together to achieve a collective objective. It makes it possible for businesses to harness diversity in a group and channel it productively.

Group facilitation is becoming a critical skill for coordinating the ideas and contributions of diverse sets of people within organizations. Today, facilitators play an essential role in discussions, meetings, teamwork, and overall organizational effectiveness.

C2C Organizational Development presents India’s only IAF Endorsed™ Comprehensive Programme on Group Facilitation Skills, ‘Facilitation: Making Group Wisdom Work’. The three-day program is delivered by IAF Certified™ Professional Facilitators (CPFs).

Ideal for HR and L&D professionals, ‘Facilitation: Making Group Wisdom Work’ covers the IAF core competencies and code of ethics and helps you understand why, when and how to use them.

The Endorsement

This program has been reviewed and is endorsed by the International Association of Facilitators (IAF). More information on the endorsement here



What if you could get a big picture perspective of your organizational needs?

According to a Gartner research based on 400 interviews in 2019, human resource business partners (HRBPs) will need to develop a strategic focus to supporting business leaders and focus less on tactical areas by 2025.

We are in 2021 and the pandemic has fast tracked the changes in the HRBPs’ role and placed that very demand on being able to consult with the business leaders and provide a big picture perspective today. This need has only become more critical during the pandemic as leaders are left with too little time from one-on-one check ins, virtual team meetings and the demands for immediate results from their teams.

C2C-OD’s premium program ‘Riding the Helicopter’ is specifically designed keeping this changing role of HRBPs in mind and using an extremely insightful yet simple model “The Integral framework” by Ken Wilbur. The model enables the HRBPs and leaders to take a realistic view of the individual and team needs across internal or external dimensions of the team or organization.

Leaders and HRBPs must not mistake this for the cliché “a 30,000-feet view” but more like a 1000-feet view from the helicopter that provides a better lay of the landscape for leaders to make decisions and effect change.