London (UK), July 2019 - Evidence is vital to backing up a case for change and even more powerful when internal data is being compared against high-performing learning organisations.
Since 2003, Towards Maturity has generated data and insights from more than 7,500 learning professionals and 50,000 learners across 83 countries and counting. The Health Check provides the evidence to show that effective learning innovation will directly improve key business measures: growth, transformation, productivity, and profitability.
The Towards Maturity Health Check benchmarks participants' organisation's processes, practices, and performance metrics with those of other organisations. It is an invaluable reflective process, providing actionable insights to support your learning strategy and deliver impact. Revisiting regularly can also help learning professionals to measure progress year on year.
Learning professionals around the globe are invited to use the Health Check for free during July and August. If they complete the review by 31 August 2019, participants will receive a notification the same day revealing their results through their personalised dashboard.
In 2019 Towards Maturity will also be launching its new "Learning Health Check Plus". Further updates on this opportunity to purchase additional, richer data, will follow.
Jane Daly, Chief Insights Officer of Towards Maturity commented, "We know that everybody is busy, but over 90% of the people who have completed the Learning Health Check have said that it has allowed them to make better decisions, add more value, and see things that they weren't able to see before."
The 2019 annual Learning Health Check is available from now for learning professionals’ participation.
Nebel Crowhurst, Head of People Experience for River Island states, "This gave me the evidence I needed to demonstrate a correlation between management development and bottom line performance."
Robin Lilly, Capabilities and Leadership Development Director of Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company reveals, "We review our results on an annual basis as part of our business planning. We are results driven as a company, so it's in our DNA to understand how we are doing."