Be The Best in 2013

by | Jun 10, 2013 | Articles

How often do the important things get pushed away because of the urgent?

Schedule time to TAKE PART in the Towards Maturity Benchmark today to help you BE THE BEST!

L&D professionals are the first to encourage others to stop, reflect and learn from experiences but in reality we spend very little time doing this for ourselves!

Everyone aspires to BE THE BEST when comes to delivering a professional L&D offering. We want to be part of a team that is aligned to business needs, is innovative in the way itmdeliver great results and enjoys proactive stakeholder engagement.

Achieving those aspirations takes some work and some courage, it involves letting go of old approaches and embracing the new. We don’t want to jump on all the latest fads, but we don’t want to miss the boat either.

Taking part in the Towards Maturity Benchmark is a great way to stop and reflect on your current learning strategy – what’s working, what’s not and what needs to change?

It also lets you know that you are not alone! You will receive a free confidential personalised report (valued at £300) to help you compare your L&D approach with your peers and fast track your way to success. It will contain 12 updated key performance indicators, detailed analysis of your current implementation strengths and weaknesses and a new Alignment and Engagement Index to help you set strategy, engage stakeholders and open up new conversations within your business.

Plus the Towards Maturity Team will now be on hand to answer any questions you might have.

We’re inviting you to schedule some review time for yourself over the next week and then to join us to discuss on 14th June – Benchmark Friday – when we will be online between 10am and 1pm to answer any questions you have whilst you go through the Benchmark – Easy!

On Friday 14th June we will be available to support you in 3 ways:

  • Join us on a free Webinar (Register HERE) on 14th June between 11am-12noon when we will be discussing “How benchmarking can help you boost your Business Bottom line”
  • Post your comments and questions on Twitter #BETHEBEST13 between 10am-1pm and we will do our best to respond
  • Join us in our New Learning Benchmark LINKEDIN group and post your questions there between 10am and 1pm UK time

Invest 45-60 minutes today to help you BE THE BEST you can be tomorrow.

Don’t procrastinate – be proactive! Mark the day – Make 14th June your Benchmark Friday.

About the Towards Maturity Benchmark

The Towards Maturity Benchmark Study is an internationally recognised, vendor neutral, longitudinal study that identifies how organisations are using learning technologies in the workplace. Since 2003, the study has analysed data from more than 2,900 organisations and over 3,700 learners.

The confidential 2013 Benchmark Study takes between forty minutes to an hour to complete and enables participants to:

Review their current Learning Strategy in 6 key areas:

  • Objectives and vision
  • Impact on business outcomes
  • Stakeholder engagement
  • Barriers to overcome
  • Underpinning technology plans
  • Implementation tactics

Compare their learning activities against those of hundreds of other organisations in order to help demonstrate improvement or build a business case for change.

Act on the results – the benchmark identifies action areas that will improve results.

Organisations at all stages of learning maturity are invited to participate and to use the outcomes of the research which will be freely available thanks to the support of Towards Maturity’s Ambassadors.

Take part HERE

For more information, please go to https://towardsmaturity.org/2013benchmark.

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Keep up to date with the latest benchmark news and share your questions and progress using #bethebest13

Compare your L&D strategy with the Towards Maturity Learning Health Check

Compare your L&D strategy

Review your L&D strategy to discover your strengths and opportunities for improvement with the Towards Maturity Learning Health Check.

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