London, 15th November 2019: Hive Learning was recognised alongside a major client for their work in unleashing the power of digital social learning within the banking sector to empower change at the 2019 Business Culture Awards last night.
Hive Learning and their banking client won the award for successfully transforming their culture from one where collaboration and sharing wasn’t the norm to a culture where proactive learning and collaboration became part of daily routine for 95% of learners.
The Business Culture Awards said of the award for ‘Best Learning Initiative’:
“Effective learning has the capacity to inspire individuals to do their best work and can have a transformative effect on the organisation as a whole. Entrants in this category will be able to show how their organisations have progressed learning at a cultural level, not a procedural one, and the business benefits that have arisen as a direct result.”
The judges said of the entry:
“A blended learning approach to embed learning through on-going prompts from facilitators and self-generated content. A refreshing approach that develops skills and changes behaviours which have more lasting feedback.”
“A really nice partnership with effective results and a strong focus on UX which just goes to show transformation is possible even in the most traditional environments with the right (growth) mindset.”
“This is a well thought out learning program, with clear metrics and objectives and a creative approach to building collaboration and measuring the effectiveness of the program. I also love how this clearly ties to the behaviours they want to foster in their culture.”
Hive Learning CEO Angus McCarey commented of the win:
“Seeing our clients make progress on developing culture-critical skills is what gets us up in the morning. It has been a joy to work with a client so wholly committed to creating a truly learner-centric experience, continually adapting and evolving their learning programmes based on feedback and insight from learners.
“It’s proof that this approach can help whole organisations go faster. It’s a privilege to be able to support our clients in doing that through our technology, programmes and activation services. We’d like to thank the Business Culture Awards for the opportunity to have our client’s brilliant work recognised.”
Learn more about how Hive Learning helps organisations create a culture of peer learning digitally here.
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About Hive Learning
Hive Learning – the peer learning platform — gives organisations a radically faster route to inclusion, collaboration and innovation. Our unique combination of a mobile-first peer learning platform, with an action-orientated content format, and agile learning activation services, helps organisations embed the behaviours critical for growth.
Hive Learning partners with more than 50 leading organisations, including Jaguar Land Rover, Sky, PepsiCo, Deloitte, The Football Association and the International Olympic Committee.
Founded by world-renowned coach Sir Clive Woodward and backed by the UK’s leading Venture Builder, Blenheim Chalcot, Hive Learning has a heritage of high performance and is on a mission to help people get better together every day. Visit hivelearning.com to learn more.
About the Business Culture Awards
The Business Culture Awards gives forward-thinking organisations a way to celebrate work which sets up their employees to succeed — recognising how their people’s employment experience is fundamental to business performance.
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