Boosting business results and engagement – 3 simple steps for L&D professionals

by | Jun 14, 2013 | Articles

Laura Overton shares how formal benchmarking can help L&D leaders become the boost business results and improve learning engagement.

The presentation looks at:

  • Benchmarking as an L&D business improvement tool and why current L&D benchmarks are wholly inadequate
  • How new learning benchmarks can help L&D leaders improve results and engagement
  • The benefits that great benchmark data can add to aligning learning to need, forging business relationships and prioritising action areas
  • 3 simple steps to help you benchmark with L&D peers

 

The session draws on benchmark data from over 2,900 L&D professionals around the globe. Participants are invited to take part in the confidential Towards Maturity Benchmark for free until 12th July 2013 here.

Find out more about Towards Maturity Benchmark Reports at www.towardsmaturity.org/benchmarking.

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This session  was originally given presented as part of the Corporate e-learning Consortium webinar Series.

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