Causes: Business & Industry
Mission: Improve and standardize the measurements, reporting, and management of human capital to deliver significant business value.
Programs: Hosted ctr conference in dallas february 15-16 with 121 participants featuring two keynotes, two panels and 15 breakout sessions. Brought together industry thought leaders, leading practitioners and those who wanted to learn and improve their effectiveness. Excellent feedback from participants
the organization conducted 30 webinars for 1220 registered participants. Staff also made 7 presentations all over the united states for 332 participants. More received recordings and powerpoints from the sessions. Webinars and presentations introduced participants to the principles of talent development reporting, its implementation, and change management considerations.
the organization conducted four two-day workshops around the world for 75 participants. These events offered participants a deep understanding of tdrp and how to implement it successfully. The workshop is required for tdrp certification.
updated content for talent development reporting principles (tdrp) including website content and workshop content. Created maturity model and tdrp excellence awards. Answered questions form members and nonmembers on topics related to measurement and reporting. Wrote monthly blogs. New for 2017, the center for talent reporting created the talent development reporting principles (tdrp) excellence award. This unique award focuses on the forward thinking, transformational work of l&d teams to show impact and value through management, measurements, evaluation and reporting of l&d programs and the function overall.