Future of effective workplace learning
Hive Learning

What is the future of effective workplace learning?

We interviewed 30 leaders from the world's fastest growing companies to unlock unique insight into the future of effective workplace learning.

Download the report to learn:

✔ Why today's learning tech is broken (and what to do about it)  

✔ The four critical ingredients every learning experience needs (but many new Learning Experience Platforms don't have)

✔ Simple strategies you can implement tomorrow to help your people turn learning into habit

UNLOCK INSIGHT



THE END OF LEARNING AS WE KNOW IT

Our smartphones are changing our health patterns and our mindsets, how we learn languages, how we get from A to B. But our learning technology has failed to keep up.

The apps that we're using to form healthy habits every day often don't extend to learning. Our learning tech sits unused and unloved. While our learning budgets and learning teams get meaner and leaner. 

But workplace learning has never been more critical in this age of always-on transformation.

So how do you attract, engage and delight people with your learning experiences while achieving ROI?

The 30 leading experts we interviewed think they have the answer...

About Hive Learning

Kaleidoscope from Hive Learning

Hive Learning helps enterprise organisations drive the everyday behaviour changes critical for growth. 

Our award-winning change programmes drive a concrete change in behaviour in 9 out of 10 participants. That's why the executives who buy them see up to 11x ROI and pay back their costs in as little as 3 weeks.

Our combination of activation services, content and technology comes recommended by organisations like Barclays, Jaguar Land Rover, Sky, Deloitte and The Football Association.

Founded by world-renowned coach Sir Clive Woodward and backed by Blenheim Chalcot, advisors include The Times columnist and high performance expert, Matthew Syed and ex-Google MD Dan Cobley. High performance is in our DNA.

Learn more at hivelearning.com.

Barclays