How an L&D Executive at Google Measures Learning Impact


Nikki le   jennifer hassell
Head of Education Impact, Google
Webinar Recording Details
  • Date and Time
    Wed, May 15, 2024 at 9AM Pacific / 12PM Eastern
  • Duration
    1 Hour
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Learn to develop an end-to-end evaluation strategy using the same tools, processes, and templates that Google does and apply them to your organization with the guidance of a Google subject-matter expert and your peers. You will develop the skills to draft evaluation questions that are tied to your business use cases, map them to the behaviors and indicators that will answer those questions, and create the instruments necessary to track those metrics. With those tools, you'll have an evaluation strategy to inform your data-driven decisions and influence your stakeholders.

You will learn to: 
  • Define the skills users/learners will need
  • Map skills to behavior demonstration
  • Write comprehensive evaluation questions and learning objectives
  • Identify indicators and behaviors that will answer evaluation questions
  • Differentiate between business questions, survey questions, and evaluation questions
  • Develop instrumentation strategies to measure and capture indicators
  • Document an end-to-end evaluation strategy

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About Nikki Le

Nikki Le leads the Machine Learning and Responsible Engineering Education and the Education Evaluation, Assessment, and Research groups at Google, designing cutting-edge technical education and professional development programs in emerging technologies like machine learning, artificial intelligence, quantum computing, and core skills like leadership and collaboration for professionals. This role builds on her years of strategic experience as a technology executive and leader in the finance and marketing sectors, as well as her time as a classroom teacher. Her passion for diversity, equity, and inclusion at all levels influences the global education programs Google delivers to both staff and the external community.

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