Learning Technologies Group, a market-leader in the fast-growing workplace digital learning and talent management market, has been featured in Amalgam Insights’ 2018 report on “Best Leadership Training and Development Programs for Building Better Leadership Brains.”
The research report evaluates the learning science effectiveness of a number of leadership training and development tools currently available on the market, with the aim of showing how successful vendors enhance leadership thinking.
Todd Maddox, P.hD., the report author and a learning scientist/research fellow at Amalgam Insights, said:
“Learning Technologies Group’s strength is its broad portfolio of providers, combined with its emphasis on rich scenario-based training and the importance of business outcomes."
The report cites one of LTG’s main strengths as emotional learning and situational awareness, citing the capabilities of Group companies LEO Learning and PeopleFluent: “LTG tackles the most challenging leadership problems that require storytelling and scenario-based training to train situational awareness. The unique combination of learning with talent management offers a unique and effective approach to leadership training. Combine this with LTG’s commitment to measuring business outcomes and you have a highly effective offering.”
Piers Lea, LTG’s Chief Strategy Officer, said:
“We are very pleased to get this recognition of our aim to help modernise leadership and management capability in large organisations. As digital transformation is a key challenge, it is important that leadership development itself considers new modalities.”
To download a copy of the full research report, click here.
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