3 simple steps to accelerate business performance with learning technologies

by | Jan 18, 2011 | Articles

Laura Overton will be speaking at the Learning Technologies show next week at 3 free seminars – everyone is welcome! Join us for an interactive seminar to discuss how to improve performance with learning technologies:

When it comes to using learning technologies to deliver more for less, smart organisations learn from each other’s experiences to reach their goals faster. Over the last 7 years, Towards Maturity’s independent research programme with 1200 organisations across the private, public and not for profit sectors has identified what actions REALLY influence success.

If you are new to learning technologies or are just stuck in a rut, this session will provide 3 simple steps to help you:
• Increase organisation engagement
• Improve efficiency
• Deliver business performance
• Manage risk
• AND get there faster!

We will be launching our new Benchmark Centre at the event so that organisations can take part in our industry benchmark review when they need to rather than just once a year.

The seminar will be held once on each day so if you can only come for a day, you won’t  have to miss it!

Wednesday 26th January 2011
15:45 – 16:15 Theatre 9 (ground floor)
Thursday 26th January 2011
13:15 – 13:45 Theatre 1 (first floor)

Join TM and colleagues on our stand C25 – one of the new catering areas in the show – after the seminars for a free coffee (please bring a copy of this page to get your coffee voucher!)

Laura will also be a panelist at the Brightwave Keynote debate on the 26th of January:

A road map to 2020: How can learning technologies support fast-changing business practice? 

A high-profile panel featuring some of the industry’s leading learning tech experts will examine learning and development’s capability to support UK PLC’s upturn strategy and the crucial role learning technologies can play. The Question Time style debate will also feature live audience voting to further assess mood and expectations.

The debate will focus on what learning and development professionals must do to maximise impact and play a significant strategic role in business development.

Wednesday 26th January, 2-3pm   – Theatre 1 (First floor)

How to get there

The show will be at Olympia 2 London and registration is completely free – do join us there!

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