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Towards Maturity will be focusing on how L&D professionals can modernise their L&D strategy at the 2016 Learning Technologies Summer Forum.
London, UK, 10 June: Global research and benchmarking organisation Towards Maturity will be providing delegates with a range of resources that can help them make an impact in their organisations.
The Towards Maturity team will be on hand at stand 27 to discuss the importance of benchmarking, what it can do for delegates and help them benchmark their learning strategy at the show. It’s free and confidential, so make sure you drop by.
The summer forum also coincides with the release of the latest Towards Maturity In-Focus report, called Making an Impact: How L&D Leaders Can Demonstrate Value, sponsored by LEO. Towards Maturity’s CEO and Founder, Laura Overton, will be presenting key insights from the report and giving practical tips on the activities of top performing L&D teams during two unmissable sessions.
The first session, in Theatre 2 at 2:15pm, is titled, 9 tips for getting your L&D strategy in tip top condition! Overton is also set to facilitate a highly interactive conference session at 3:00pm in T2S3, looking at what to do and avoid when:
- Starting a new conversation with business leaders
- Challenging assumptions
- Securing commitment
- Using evidence to pack a punch
- Communicating success
Commenting on the event, Towards Maturity CEO and Founder, Laura Overton, said:
"We are now a few months into our #MakeItHappen campaign and our benchmark is open, which is why our focus at the Summer Forum is on action and impact. Most L&D professionals know what changes they need to make in order to modernise their learning strategies – our aim is to provide the practical tips to help them make it happen."
A number of Towards Maturity Ambassadors will also be at the event and able to explain why benchmarking is a central part of developing a modernised learning strategy. They are:
- Acteon - 17
- City & Guilds Kineo - 30
- Corporate eLearning Consortium - 23
- Kallidus - 18
- Learning Pool - 31
- LEO - 20
- Saba - 1
- Sponge UK - 11
Visitors can find out more on how to benchmark their learning strategy and #MakeItHappen by looking out for one of Towards Maturity’s Proud to Support badges on Ambassadors' stands at the show or by visiting the Towards Maturity team on stand 27.
Alternatively, L&D teams can Benchmark today for free by visiting the Towards Maturity website at: www.towardsmaturity.org/benchmark
Notes to editors
Laura Overton is available for interview at the Summer Forum during certain times throughout the day. To book an appointment, please email email@example.com.
About Towards Maturity
Towards Maturity is a benchmarking research company that provides independent expert advice and support to help organisations use learning technologies to accelerate business performance. It leverages the data of its in-depth Benchmark Study, the largest learning technology benchmark in Europe. Since 2003, over 4,500 organisations and 23,000 learners have contributed to Towards Maturity’s leading benchmarks.
Thanks to the support of Towards Maturity’s Ambassadors, annual benchmarking findings, case studies and resources are available to download for free at www.towardsmaturity.org.
The Towards Maturity Ambassador Programme is made up of leading learning organisations. They work together as Ambassadors for change, identifying and improving good practice, raising awareness and driving the whole learning industry forward.
The Towards Maturity’s Ambassador Programme includes strategic partner CIPD, the founding Ambassadors: Learning Technologies, LEO, Corporate eLearning Consortium and Charity Learning Consortium, plus: Acteon, City and Guilds Kineo, CrossKnowledge, Docebo, DPG plc, eCom Scotland, getAbstract, GoodPractice, Kallidus, KPMG, Learning Pool, LRMG, Lumesse, Raytheon Professional Services, Redware, Reed Learning, Saba Software, Skillsoft, Speexx and Sponge UK.
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