Acteon supports ongoing research into employee engagement with Towards Maturity


19-08-2015

Acteon is delighted to be supporting Towards Maturity in their latest In-Focus Report: Building Engagement – seven techniques to improve staff engagement.

 

Organisations need to engage with their learners if they want employees that really care about the goals and objectives of the business, and who are committed to giving their time, effort and ideas in a meaningful way. Learning technology helps leaders fuel that fire by putting the right tools and resources at the fingertips of the people who want to grow their own skills and capabilities, and in turn, grow the business.

This report focuses on how you can build engagement with your technology-supported learning, with the ultimate goal of building a more committed, skilled and engaged workforce.

 It also analyses the behaviour of the top learning companies and isolates seven habits of L&D teams who are engaging their learners effectively. A better engaged workforce will benefit from: improved staff motivation, improved speed of response to business change and the ability to engage different types of learners.

“We're very proud to continue to support Towards Maturity in their research," says Matthew Borg, a managing partner at Acteon. "An engaged workforce – one that is ‘bought in’ to where the organisation is headed and feels it’s making a contribution – is happier, delivers better customer service, innovates faster, and generally performs at a higher level.

Towards Maturity is an independent, not for profit organisation with a passion for helping others to improve the impact of learning technologies at  work. 

The report is free to download online

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