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Benchmark your L&D Strategy

Posted By: eCom Scotland

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Towards Maturity, the not-for-profit research organisation, have freely opened their performance improvement tool for just 2 months, to enable any L&D or HR professional to benchmark their learning strategy.

The Towards Maturity Benchmark is a structured framework that helps learning leaders under pressure identify the actions that will bring tangible results in the workplace. Now in its 13th year, it draws on the experiences of over 4,500 L&D and HR professionals and over 23,000 learners across the public, private and nonprofit sectors.

Benchmarking can be a very rewarding process. For a small investment of time, you can comprehensively review your learning strategy and see how you compare with peers in the top learning organisations. 

You will be challenged to think deeply and reflect on what you are doing to accomplish your goals. It takes about one hour of your time, but over 84% of benchmarkers last year said they received new ideas for improving their services from the review process alone.

The benchmark is free to use and your individual responses are confidential. The process consists of 3 simple steps: reviewing, comparing and acting and if you have previously completed this, you can easily revisit and update your previous responses.

Following analysis, you will receive a free Personalised Benchmark Report, worth £300 in September, which gives you a detailed analysis of your current implementation strengths and weaknesses, showing how your strategy compares with peers.

This year's opportunity to benchmark for free ends 31st July, so make sure you schedule time to review your strategy!

Click here to learn more and begin. 

eCom are proud Ambassadors of Towards Maturity. We are committed to identifying, developing and applying effective practice for our industry.


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