PI’s Director of Learning redesigns an outdated training workshop
Scottsdale, AZ – September 26-27 – Dottie LaMark, Director of Learning at The Predictive Index (PI), a company that empowers businesses to realize what drives workplace behaviors, took home the bronze Practitioner Award in the Learning in Practice Awards category at the 2016 Chief Learning Officer (CLO) Symposium+PLUS, held on Sept. 26-27.
Dottie was recognized for redesigning an outdated and suboptimal training workshop format that was originally developed more than 10 years ago. She built a flexible, modular format that can be tailored to participants’ needs based on their role within an organization. As a result, PI is seeing more than 25% increase in participation and satisfaction.
Dottie leads the Learning Team that develops training workshops delivered by the PI Certified Partner network of human capital management consultants and trainers. Her launch of the PI Professional Series of workshops has impacted PI corporate employees, PI Certified Partner associates, and PI clients who pay to attend PI’s human capital management workshops. Altogether, this will include more than 10,000 people annually.
60 years after the introduction of PI’s first 5-day workshop format, we are proud to now have a flexible, world-class, and professionally designed workshop portfolio for our clients. Way to go, Dottie!
Since 2003, the CLO Learning In Practice Awards have recognized learning leaders who demonstrate excellence in the design and delivery of employee development programs through a combination of qualities such as leadership, vision, business acumen, and strategic alignment. The Practitioner Award recognizes CLOs and qualified senior leaders for their work within their organization. For more than 13 years, the CLO Symposium has offered workforce development leaders an intimate executive summit with a high-level focus on knowledge sharing and networking.