Many top companies realize huge benefits from targeted training designed
to improve the performance and knowledge of their most valuable asset—human
capital. IQBS is positioned to assist organizations making the transition
to becoming a learning organization—an essential business requirement
for developing and maintaining a culture focused on innovation for
Our clients’ strategic goals drive our methodology to human
resource training and development.
One of IQBS’ core competencies consist of conducting a rapid
needs assessment with your Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to determine
organizational performance-based training needs. These findings provide
the foundation to design and develop targeted training with ongoing
evaluations based on organization strategic goals, objectives, uses
and the trainee’s persona. Our experiences, over 20,000 adult
practitioners trained, have proven the strategic approach to human
resource development serves both the client and IQBS well. Using the
targeted training technique contributes to ensuring a positive Return
on Investment (ROI) from course development to course delivery.
Our Quality Assurance policy mandates that each course is evaluated
to ensure it is well-received, effective, and contributing to delivering
a positive ROI. We practice Kirkpatrick’s Four (4) Levels of
Evaluations and Phillip’s Fifth (5th) level that addresses the
specifics of ROI. Through continuous process improvement (CPI) we follow
up during the later levels of evaluation to implementation and measurements
to determine effectiveness and work with management to ascertain any
appropriate courses of action to maintain that learning effectiveness.
IQBS uses a number of vehicles to deliver training including: face-to-face
training and e-learning.
In today’s marketplace, employers are faced
with the challenge of doing more with less. To accomplish this, they
must equip employees
with practical and applicable tools to allow them and their organizations
to succeed. IQBS understands the four Es of corporate performance:
efficiency, entrepreneurship, equity,
and ethics. Choosing and maintaining
effective human resource development programs is clearly not a trivial
us for an initial consultation.