Engaged learners

Use these lessons from charity sector organizations with high learner engagement to help you improve productivity, staff retention, and organizational culture.

Engaged learners

Engaged learners are essential for any organization to be successful and forward moving. This report explores the benefits of learner engagement and ways to advance this.

Committed and engaged learners understand the construct of the business model or organization, allowing them to feel more inclined to improve on areas such as personal development. Learners who are more engaged and enthusiastic at work perform better and lead to the creation of a better workplace ethos.

In this report, we seek to: 

  • Outline the importance of learner engagement for organizations and charities, addressing a need for improvement in this area 

  • Provide evidence of research in this area, outlining a systematic plan for future improvement 

  • Discuss ways to overcome barriers in terms of digital learning to enhance the current L&D model 

About the author

Towards Maturity

Towards Maturity

Towards Maturity was founded in 2003 with a mission to help learning professionals deliver effective learning innovation that makes a real impact.

Since joining Emerald in 2017, we've extended the reach and insight of this industry research program across the wider international learning community. Today, we serve more than 65,000 learners across more than 83 countries and counting.

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