Supercharge your organisation’s training with social and collaboration to make the learning memorable.
Arguably, supporting people through behavioural change is one of the most important drivers for Learning & Development teams today. But it doesn’t just happen because someone has attended a course or clicked through some digital learning. The only way to truly understand if people are changing is through feedback from others, which is why a continuous, social approach to learning has become business-critical for L&D.
David Perring is the Director of Research for Fosway Group, Europe’s #1 HR analyst. For over 20 years, Fosway has analysed the realities of the workforce market, providing insights on the future of human resources, talent and learning. Fosway analysts work extensively with corporate clients to understand the inside story of the challenges they are facing and their real experiences with next-generation strategies, systems and suppliers. The consultancy’s independent vendor analysis also provides a vital resource when making decisions on innovation and technology. Contact Fosway at email@example.com or +44 (0)20 7917 1870.