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Aligning Learning Objectives with your Business Objectives with a focus on the individual.
A Learning Needs Analysis is the systematic review of the learning and performance requirements that are needed to design and develop a learning solution. TTRO’s team of learning professionals are here to help guide and develop the path forward.
You need a high-performing workforce at every level, from your leadership down. The development of necessary competencies and skills of your people, will help drive your business objectives. A successful Learning Needs Analysis will identify those who need learning and performance interventions, work closely with you to map the skills, attitudes, behaviours and performance requirements and map what kind of learning and development intervention is required.
TTRO’s focused lens on the task at hand, will help identify core competencies and behaviours that people need to meet operational objectives, so you don’t waste unnecessary time and budget.
TTRO assess current levels of capability, and what focus on what we need to train, to get your learners to the desired level. It’s better to highlight a potential problem and tackle it head-on, rather than becoming aware of the skills gap when an issue arises because of it.
Metrics That Matter
Training decisions based on real, measurable skill gaps are more likely to result in learning and performance improvement, resulting in the return on training investment that every company is looking for.
Getting to the bottom of things
Where is the gap?
Where are people’s skill levels now and where do they need to be?
What’s the ultimate goal or desired performance level?
Why is there a gap?
Why is there a difference between actual and expected performance?
What’s the root cause of this gap?
How to close the gap?
What specific solutions are needed to reduce or close the gap?
Is it a problem that can be addressed through learning or is another performance solution the answer?
If a mix of solutions is the answer, where does learning fit in and what does it need to address?