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Acteon supports Towards Maturity’s latest In-Focus report on building staff engagement

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Acteon is delighted to be supporting Towards Maturity in their latest In-Focus Report: Building engagement – 7 techniques to improve staff engagement.

Organisations need to engage with their learners if they want employees that really care about the goals and objectives 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. 

The In-Focus 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. Through real life scenarios and clear guidelines, the report demonstrates how companies can transform the way L&D engages with its learners.  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.

Employees who understand where the organisation is headed and how their skills contribute to helping make it happen are more engaged. An ‘engaged’ workforce delivers innovation, productivity and performance.” said Matthew Borg, a managing partner at Acteon.

The full In-Focus Report is available for download - In-Focus: Building Staff Engagement (2104).

The Towards Maturity Engagement Index – helping you deliver an effective e-enabled learning strategy

'You can find out how you compare to your peers on the Engagement Index by taking part in the confidential Towards Maturity Benchmark. This 45-minute online review helps you reflect on your current learning strategy, compare your approach with your peers and prioritise actions for the coming year.'

'Everyone completing their benchmark by 11 July will receive a Free Personalised Report (valued at £300) that not only highlights your Engagement Index but also other good practices indices and key performance indicators to help you build your business case and fast track your way to success.'

Since 2003, 2,200 organisations have taken part in this benchmark study. Acteon is a proud Ambassador of the programme that ensures free independent research and advice is available to all – organisations can take part at