Resource: How to Transform Learning

by | Jun 6, 2014 | Articles

Do you need practical answers for a world demanding innovation?

On 18th July, a group of L&D leaders from some of the world’s leading organisations joined LEO and Towards Maturity to identify how we can transform learning for a world demanding innovation. 

In a global, technology-driven business environment, L&D teams are increasingly looking to transform the way that learning and learners are supported in the workplace. But faced with a plethora of new technologies, models of learning and expectations from learners, it can be hard to introduce and sustain change.

Hosted by Towards Maturity’s Laura Overton, this event uncovered the practical how’s and why’s of transforming learning, drawing on a wealth of industry evidence and the collective experiences of the attendees and speakers on the day.

It also provided a chance to interact with some of the industry’s leading experts in learning, consulting and educational games. Contributors included Piers Lea, Imogen Casebourne, Andrew Joly and Paul Canty.

LEO’s Chief Strategy Officer, Piers Lea, outlined his vision for the future of learning, with some impressive examples of organisations who have already set the wheels of change in motion.

The senior leadership team at LEO also provided insights into what learning transformation looks like and how it can make a difference to corporate training in our organisations.

The resource created from the event includes case studies, attendee responses taken live at the event, as well as insights into how to create the business case for L&D change, how to support informal learning and how to use games in engaging learners.
Download the free ebook on ‘How to Transform Learning’ below.

This resource was produced in collaboration with LTG’s new company, LEO – the event was attended by over 50 L&D professionals at One Drummond Gate, London.

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