Improve your learning technology results with free finance sector benchmark briefing

by | Oct 15, 2012 | Articles, Press Release

Towards Maturity would like to invite senior Learning & Development professionals, Organisational Development specialists and Talent Leaders in the finance sector to a new exclusive briefing. The event, the first sector specific briefing of its type, will detail the learning technologies benchmark data of 200 finance sector companies from Towards Maturity’s Benchmark Study over the last two years.

Attend the event and learn from top learning finance sector companies how to:

• Make faster decisions that will increase learning impact on business results
• Deliver greater value for money through learning innovation
• Engage learners more effectively and speed up the application of learning in the workplace
• Make faster decisions that will increase learning impact on business results
• Speed up the application of learning in the workplace
• Increase the sharing of good practice – understand how your current approaches compare with top learning performers in the sector and beyond

REGISTER HERE

First sector event of its type

Finance companies are under increasing pressure to not only address compliance issues and deliver greater business results, but to also provide greater value for money across the board. Technology can help, but does not always deliver.
Our event addresses the lack of independent insight based on sector specific benchmarking data to help us increase the impact of learning.  It will use the market intelligence of Towards Maturity’s unique benchmark data gathered since 2003.

Finance sector organisations are one of the top contributors to Towards Maturity’s benchmark. This briefing will be the first time that the new 2012-13 benchmark results have been unveiled and will be the only event where Towards Maturity will be digging deep into the findings on behalf of the finance sector.

At the event, there will be an opportunity to find out more about what some of the top learning performing companies including Thomson Reuters, are doing. There will also be plenty of opportunities to network and discuss the implications for addressing business critical skills areas and improving performance and results.

How to register

The new finance sector learning technologies briefing will be held on the 21st of November at Thomson Reuters, Canary Wharf, London from 8.30am to 10.30am.
The event is free but spaces are limited – if you hold a senior learning leadership role in the finance sector then please register your place as soon as possible at this link

You will receive an email with confirmation and venue details in due course. If you are unable to come but would like to be kept informed of the results, please use this link to let us know.

Want to know more about Towards Maturity’s in-depth benchmark, watch this short video 

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