Training ROI justifies the expenses associated with training, and it helps companies determine which apects of a program may or may not have been affective. After all, the whole point of training is to grow the organization and its employees. 

Measuring training ROI specifically, serves three purposes. First, it helps leaders justify company spending. Second, it enables leadership to form strategy and make decisions based on data. Finally, measuring ROI allows trainers to improve programs that produce a greater impact. This formula informs the creation of future training programs for employees.  

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