When it comes to organisational culture, performance and learning, blind spots (or as they are often referred to ‘not seeing the light’) are usually found at the root of most of our problems with work today. These problems shape our day to day conversations, thinking, mood, judgement, decisions-making, or fundamental lack of them. These issues can make or break your workplace experience.
Joint Research by Towards Maturity and Skillsoft Reveals the Impact of Leadership Development Technology on Organisational Success
Brand new research from Towards Maturity uncovers how high performing learning organisations are changing their leadership development experiences and how they are leveraging learning technologies to increase access, flexibility and drive real capability impact.
Drawing on 15 years of experience and independent data from over 700+ L&D professionals, 10,000+ learners and 200+ L&D leaders that took part in our 2018 Leadership Pulse survey, Towards Maturity and Skillsoft set to uncover real evidence to highlight where the best opportunities are to develop leadership capabilities.
L&D is in the midst of a rapid transformation driven by fundamental changes in work, the workforce and the workplace. In this fast-changing environment, how can we embed successful leadership development to future-proof our organisations and gain a competitive advantage?
Marnie’s Royal Marine experience in ‘Surviving the Yomp’ for charity sparked ideas on how we can recognise leadership traits in today’s workforce.
The NHS is meeting the growing demands of leaders with a wide range of initiatives, including real patients in the feedback process.
Brought to you through the support of our Ambassador KPMG, Excellence in Leadership Development aims to provide independent evidence that will help organisations understand the role of technology in leadership development and how to improve the impact of learning innovation.
Laura Overton will be speaking at the CIPD L&D show in May. Come and be challenged, inspired and equipped to lead your team into the future.
Check out these early insights from our current study on leadership development.
Nurturing great leadership skills is critical to the future success of all organisations. In a bid to save both time and money, innovative online leadership development programmes have become increasingly popular – but how effective are they?
Modernising learning means that we need to focus on learning outcomes, rather than inputs. It involves adapting to new ways of business, incorporating new ideas and methods and building on new opportunities offered by technology.
Towards Maturity released a new In-Focus report on the 4th of July, supported by our Founding Ambassador, Epic, as part of their Forward Thinking Series.
At the LSG Online conference this morning, we considered how the top L&D performers ( measured by the Towards Maturity Benchmark) engage with line managers to embed new ways of learning and improve learning transfer.
The National College for School Leadership is where the future heads of our country’s schools are trained to become effective and inspirational leaders.
This case-study looks at the tactics and approaches used by Livewire, gold winner of the elearning awards 2011 for Synchronous learning. This article was first published in elearning Age magazine as part of our Good Practice Partnership.
Plan, one of the largest international development charities in the World, reports continuing success with its management development programme, with more than 250 staff now having entered the programme.
Leadership development: Out of the classroom & into the workplace
Leadership Development Benchmark closes 20th May and final report will be available to download free here on the 15th of June.
At Towards Maturity we are very committed to celebrating excellence and the informal benchmarking that comes from the awards process.
Paul Jagger takes a look at The University of Cambridge Postgraduate Diploma in Training, Learning & Development – a new qualification for senior L&D professionals
Research by EU skills in their sector demonstrates that soft skills training improves productivity and performance and provides an investment return within 12 months.
An ambitious blended learning programme that cut cost and reduced development time by 80% whilst maintaining effectiveness and quality.
Last year, the Chartered Management Institute published their first research looking at how blended learning approaches can support managment development.
The Centre for Excellence in Leadership has a task to transform the provision of learning through the Further Education and Skills sector. One of their strategic projects is to help leaders in FE manage and lead the new technology agenda in learning.
Distance learning has consistently increased in importance for corporations over the last few years.
Through Tyro training, its commercial division, Craven College has been testing the use of business simulation software alongside classroom teaching.
Research from the Chartered Management Institute with 998 managers and a series of in-depth interviews highlighted how value can be released from online learning in the field of management development.
This case study looks at how Coca-Cola in Latin America developed a virtual programme to develop leadership capability that would help them to implement and manage virtual teams across latin America.
Nige Howarth speaks to Phil Morris of ST Microelectronics and Alex Clark of Relay Consultants about the success of e-learning with changing behaviour of technical experts in a global company.