Get your L&D strategy fit for 2017

by | Jan 19, 2017 | Articles | 0 comments

With 2017 well and truly underway, we’re offering everyone the chance to get the best start to 2017 with a free Personalised Benchmark Report and a chance to win £1,000 worth of Sector Benchmark Group membership at LT17!

With a challenging year ahead of us, it’s the perfect time to stop, re-evaluate and allow yourself sufficient time to focus on how you can create more impact. Our Benchmark is designed to analyse how well your L&D strategy and initiatives deliver business impact. It will enable you to reflect on your strategy and refine your goals for the year ahead.

Benchmark with top L&D teams across the globe

Join the likes of Tesco, Marks and Spencer, Brambles, Telefonica, Axa, BT and more in discovering a structured framework that will help you identify the priorities that will bring results. The benchmarking process allows you to:

  • Review your current learning strategy
  • Compare your approach directly with top performing L&D teams
  • Set priority actions that will increase business impact.
To receive your free, personalised 20-page benchmark report, visit our benchmarking centre and complete your review by Wednesday 25 January (11:59 GMT).
Clear the calendar for an hour, grab a beverage and make your way through the thought-provoking questions. We will deliver your personalised report by the end of the month.

Start benchmarking here

We receive great feedback about our Benchmark across the board:

Meet us at Learning Technologies

Come to stand H24 with a copy of your report and meet the TM team. Enjoy a coffee on us and chat with one of our experts, on hand to guide you through your results and suggest the next steps to ensure you and your team make an impact in 2017. Find out more about our activity at LT17 here.

If you are an L&D practioner keen to know what others are doing in your sector, the challenges faced and how to overcome them, then make sure you enter to win a year-long membership for one of our Sector Benchmark Groups at stand H24 at Learning Technologies!

Terms: Entrants must provide a valid work email address and full name. Open only to new members working within the context of an organisation, not existing Sector Benchmark Group members or L&D consultants.

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