The Transformation Curve Webinar

by | Apr 10, 2018 | Articles

At the beginning of this year we launched our latest research report The Transformation Curve, now we present a webinar that delves deeper into findings.

Catch up on Laura Overton and The Learning and Skills Group webinar from Thursday 5th April 2018.

Make 2018 your breakthrough year!

On Thursday 5th April, Towards Maturity’s Laura Overton hosted a webinar with the Learning and Skills Group and Donald H Taylor to share more findings from the latest research report, The Transformation Curve.

We have explored evidence from 700+ professionals globally to specifically uncover breakthrough tactics for L&D leaders and can reveal the most effective combinations of actions, tools and strategies to make the next step change on L&Ds learning transformation journey.

Catch up on the recording of the webinar to discover:

  • The priority decisions you need to make now
  • The past successes that are holding you back
  • Killer evidence to wow business leaders and increase impact

Click here to watch the recording.

You can also find out more about The Transformation Curve report here.

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