Thursday, December 8th from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
14545 Bay Oaks Blvd, Houston, TX 77059
We will be meeting at Bay Oaks Country Club and lunch will be served.
"Strategic Learning Design: Building Organizational Capabilities to Achieve Business Results" with Jay Clancy
Believe it or not, it is possible for training to drive dramatically-enhanced, long-term organizational results ... but how often does that actually happen? To get the most out of your training investment, learning professionals must connect their learning and organizational development programs with the results that are most important to their organization.
This interactive session will provide a systematic approach to developing a strategic, sustainable learning program and numerous (sometimes funny) application examples based on experience and best practices applied across multiple organizations globally.
- Identify necessary capabilities and define learning and performance outcomes across multiple roles to align with business strategy.
- Design learning programs, including interventions and structural elements, to achieve defined outcomes across the organization considering the business context and constraints.
- Follow a systematic design process to ensure stakeholder alignment, efficient development, and ongoing program effectiveness and reliability.
- 11:30-12:00 Check-in / Networking / Announcements / Lunch
- 12:00-1:00 Speaker Presentation, followed by Q&A
Re-certification credits are available for this event (1 SHRM PDC; 1 hour HRCI) and will be shared with attendees after the meeting.
Guests are always welcome and encouraged to attend our meetings!
For on-site luncheon, networking, and presentation at Bay Oaks:
- $38 TXBA SHRM Member
- $48 Non-Member / Guest
- $20 Student
About the Speaker
Jay Clancy is an expert in personal and organizational learning. As a business owner, organizational learning consultant, and university professor, Jay has over 30 years of experience designing and facilitating organizational learning in a variety of industries internationally. Jay has led numerous teams in creating a full range of learning solutions, from minor interventions to strategic, enterprise-wide programs. He is an adjunct professor for the University of Houston and has served on the boards for University of Houston, Wharton County Junior College, and Houston chapters of ATD, ISPI, and IAL. Jay has a Bachelor’s in psychology and a Master’s in training and development.