Towards Maturity Christmas Quiz

by | Dec 13, 2013 | Articles

So do you know what is on our learner’s wish list for 2014? Take part in this mini quiz to find out.

As part of this year’s Towards Maturity Benchmark we analysed the responses from learners in the workplace who have taken part in our Learning Landscape study in the past 6 months. Two thousand individuals working a diverse range of companies and roles (from directors to office admin, customer services to finance) provide us with some interesting insights into how they currently learn what they need for their job and what motivates them to learn online.

The results provide some surprising insights about what learners might secretly want from L&D this Christmas.

At the end of the quiz, you will be directed to a page showing what we’ve found out from our learners!  Your learners of course might be different!

As it’s Christmas, we’ll be running a prize draw throughout January for the lucky ones to win some Festive Fizz or, for those who are more seriously minded, a copy of The Really Useful e-Learning Guide – just leave us  your details at the end!

Naturally all your responses are treated in confidence!

 

Merry Christmas to you and yours!

PS find out more about taking part in our Learning Landscape here

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