As organizations execute their learning and development strategies, they can be so focused on ensuring content development and participation that the actual learning takes a back seat.
Is data management an after-thought when you design your learning and development strategy?
After all, how do you know if that which you set out to implement is yielding the results you expect?
Do you know what to expect with some level of precision?
We all know the cliche, “begin with the end in mind”. Maybe it’s cliche because it makes a lot of sense. In this presentation, you will learn some practical tips on how to leverage the power of data as you design or revamp your learning and development strategy so you can effectively implement it. Join us!
Presenter: Kinday Toto
Kinday Toto is the Founder and President of RuachTM Business Management Consulting, LLC. whose mission is to reset the world, one organization at a time. As Founder and President, Kinday manages strategic relationships and leads and oversees implementation efforts. She creates an engagement culture that focuses on helping teams fulfill the organizational mission, vision, and value-driven goals. She focuses on building growth efforts, executive planning, and provides strategic advice.
Kinday establishes and measures overall organizational performance with the purpose of shaping long-term sustainability, and credible business practices. She has expertise in data analyses with a specific focus on information technology, human capital, and fleet management. Kinday has demonstrable experience in successfully leading organizations through transformational efforts to implement high-level initiatives in large and diverse organizations. Her experience is layered across the private and public sectors as well as across industries.
Kinday holds a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Maryland, College Park; an Executive MBA from Loyola College in Maryland, a PMP certification from the Project Management Institute, and is a Certified Scrum Master from Scrum Alliance. She is also a change management professional certified in Prosci methodology and is a Modern Classroom Certified Trainer.