This special event is your opportunity to boost your data skills!
Business leaders increasingly expect data-backed insights from their HR functions. Because data & analytics is the weakest capability area in our profession, developing these skills can quickly build your credibility, help you uncover business insights, and enhance your consultation with business partners to drive performance!
This interactive workshop is designed to jump-start your people data journey. Participants will assess their department's analytics maturity, practice defining metrics for talent-related topics, generate ideas to leverage existing data sources, and uncover quick wins to level up your data work.
This three hour intensive workshop is designed for:
If you get stumped when explaining the ROI for a people initiative, or you don't know how to move beyond reporting "butts in seats" metrics for your learning function, this workshop is for you!
No prior experience with data-driven analysis or business intelligence tools is needed. This workshop may be too basic for people who regularly work with BI tools or use predictive analytics to inform decisions.
This will be a tool-agnostic workshop. We will practice skills that can be used with any BI platform (or with just a spreadsheet!).
About Your Facilitator
Colin J. Hahn, Ph.D., is the Learning & Organizational Development Leader for Douglas Dynamics. He is responsible for the company’s people analytics and learning strategy, including upskilling the organization in business intelligence, data-driven leadership, and data storytelling.
Hahn has over 10 years of experience in talent development. He has led programs that have generated over $2MM in annual impact and attained over 90% rates of behavioral change for organizations ranging from regional nonprofits to top 50 publicly traded banks to 10,000+ employee military organizations. He is a former President of the SEWI-ATD chapter and now serves as an ATD National Advisor for Chapters.
Hahn holds a Ph.D. in philosophy and an M.A. in the history of philosophy from Marquette, as well as a Preparing Future Faculty certification. He earned his bachelor’s degree in philosophy and political science from Gonzaga University.
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