Mind Tools for Business supports Learn Appeal charity through benchmarking tool
Previously known as Towards Maturity’s Learning Health Check, the benchmark supports a performance driven learning community of practice and draws on over 18 years’ of longitudinal research that has been shared with the learning community.
By completing the benchmark organizations will gain rich insights to help them become top performing organizations, whilst also being able to support the fantastic projects that Learn Appeal are working on. This includes the Learn Appeal Capsule which focuses on making e-learning content accessible to remote and rural communities across the world.
‘Having served on its Board for a couple of years, Learn Appeal is close to my heart, and it is our industry’s charity. I’m very excited for Mind Tools to be supporting the great work the charity does through our Learning Performance Benchmark. Not only is this a great opportunity to give back to the L&D community and encourage a learning community of practice, but also an opportunity to donate to a fantastic cause at the same time - a genuine win-win. So, complete the new and improved Benchmark before the end of the year, to help develop your 2022 learning strategy, and support Learn Appeal at the same time!’
John Yates, CEO, Emerald Works
“We are currently a small charity with volunteer-led resources, but we have global potential to help disconnected communities all over the world and to achieve this we need to grow. Learn Appeal is delighted to have the support of Mind Tools for Business to help us increase our reach and impact. Taking part in Mind Tools’ research into the factors influencing success in workplace learning provides employers with insights on how to improve learning performance within their organization, and now, thanks to this collaboration, you have the chance to support skills development in disadvantaged communities. Every Learn Appeal Capsule we have deployed to date has brought high quality relevant learning to the lives of all users, but the challenge ahead is massive. We appeal to employers who share our passion for transformation through learning, to donate to help us grow.”
Jonathan Satchell, Chairman of the Board of Trustees for Learn Appeal
To complete the Learning Performance Benchmark, click here. Once completed a £10 donation will be made to Learn Appeal.
Find out more about Learn Appeal and how you can support at https://www.learnappeal.org.uk/
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