Towards Maturity L&D Health Check has been extended!

Aug 1, 2018 | Featured, General, Press Release

Due to a high volume of requests, we’ve extended the Health Check until Tuesday 14th August 2018, so there is still enough time to take your review!

96% of L&D Health Check respondents said that just by completing the 2018 Health Check review, they have gained new insights on how to get fit for the future.

Whatever the starting point simply set aside 30 – 40 minutes to reflect on your L&D strategy. Towards Maturity analyse where organisations are now by benchmarking strategic and learner intelligence with our insights on top performing organisations, providing insights that deliver real impact.

The 2018 Health Check, previously known as the Benchmark, is a comprehensive, independent review of how organisations establish successful learning strategies in the workplace. It helps L&D leaders to confidentially review their learning strategy, compare their approach with their competitors and establish their next priorities.

Those who complete the review by 14th August 2018 will receive a personalised Health Check dashboard in September as well as immediate, bespoke feedback at the end of the Health Check on how they compare against the top 5 tactics that influence learning culture.  Complete yours today!

If you require any further information, please get in touch! Email us at [email protected]

All responses remain confidential to the participant and Towards Maturity – see our confidentiality policy. The 2018 L&D Health Check, the personalised dashboard and the annual Health Check Report is free, thanks to the support of Towards Maturity’s Ambassadors.

Learn more about the Towards Maturity Health Check here
Find common FAQ’s here


About Towards Maturity

Towards Maturity’s insights help organisations accelerate effective learning and performance. Their team of analysts have been collecting data on workplace learning for 15 years, which allows the provision of expert advice and data driven decisions which lead to real impact.

Towards Maturity’s evidence shows that over 90% of organisations are not realising sustained impact from their learning and performance strategies.  By analysing why, they can share stories from top performers who are breaking through the barriers, helping everyone to transform better and faster.

Learn more about the Towards Maturity Health Check and model at:

Thanks to the support of Towards Maturity’s Ambassadors, annual benchmarking findings, case studies and resources are available to download for free at

Towards Maturity Ambassador Programme is made up of strategic partner the CIPD, publishing partner Emerald Group Publishing, the founding Ambassadors: Learning Technologies, LEO, Charity Learning Consortium, Acteon, Kallidus and Speexx, plus a growing network of leading learning organisations. They work together as Ambassadors for change, identifying and improving good practice, raising awareness and driving the whole learning industry forward.

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Towards Maturity is a part of the Emerald Group.


For further information,
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