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Competency Based Training Program: How It All Comes Together

  • Tuesday, June 12, 2018
  • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • AutoNation Corporate Headquarters, 200 SW 1st Ave, Fort Lauderdale


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 Competency-Based Training Program: 

           How It All Comes Together              

Making the right investments in learning and talent development programs has never been more important, or more of a challenge, for organizations’ leaders. Every year more than $164 billion is spent on learning and development in the US. Yet, many leaders and decision makers have doubts about the effectiveness of their talent development programs and question whether or not they bring a justifiable return on investment.

Competency-based training is a systemic way to develop more effective and efficient training programs. The approach allows us to identify performance gaps, design training to address the gaps, and then measure post-training performance.  This system provides clearer indicators from an ROI perspective as well as a fair assessment of employee performance.  

Join Elyse Sitomer as she shares best practices in the identification and crafting of core competencies that reflect organizational needs and guides participants through the process of designing and implementing competency-based training programs.

Learning Objectives

  • Define competency-based-learning
  • Discuss best practices to identify performance gaps
  • Identify effective ways to identify and craft core competencies
  • Explore the implementation of a competency-based training program

    Presenter:  Elyse Sitomer

    As the Manager of Talent Management, Elyse Sitomer coaches individuals, leaders, teams and organizations on how to be more effective in their communication, productivity and relationships.  Her passion is developing others through coaching, inspiration and facilitation. Some of her clients over the past 18 years include: Royal Caribbean, Baptist Health South Florida, Citibank and Florida International University.  She attained her Bachelor of Arts in Communications at the University of Southern California and her Masters of Science in Human Resource Development at Florida International University.  Additionally, Elyse has her accreditation from the International Coaching Federation and certification in leadership coaching from Georgetown University. On November 3rd, Elyse will be competing in her sixth Ironman in Panama City, Florida.



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