28 November, London / New York: Hive Learning — the peer learning platform that radically accelerates innovation, collaboration and inclusion — was recognised for achieving exceptional results for their customers at the 2019 Learning Technologies Awards.
Hive Learning was announced as the 2019 Learning Technologies Learning Organisation of the Year from a field of hundreds of the world’s foremost learning technology organisations. They were recognised for their demonstrable results in growing an organisation with a clear mission and laudable focus on the user and customer experience. Hive Learning were also commended for their NPS score of 52 and +90% client retention rate.
The Learning Technologies Awards recognises the commitment, enthusiasm and passion for learning technologies across the world. Finalists were selected by their independent judging panel of 56 digital learning experts.
The judges said of Hive Learning:
“Innovation is clear to see without chasing trends and one such example demonstrated how they are facilitating a community of learners who are now generating their own content, sharing experiences through online conversations and creating learning heroes around the country. It was a pleasure to see such a great contribution to the world of learning coming to fruition.”
Hive Learning’s platform is the foundation of how it drives behaviour change. With a consumer-grade, mobile-first experience and a group-centred approach, Hive Learning is social at its core. Daily nudges drive engagement with learning, knowledge-sharing and reflection to help teams learn together anytime, anywhere, every day.
Hive Learning CEO Angus McCarey comments:
“At Hive Learning, our clients’ success is baked into our DNA. We’re extremely proud to be recognised for this award, with the full knowledge that it’s because of our fantastic clients who are wholly committed to creating a truly learner-centric experience. Our strong record of customer advocacy is truly a testament to the brilliant work that our team does in supporting our clients to put change into action.”
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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.
Hive Learning awarded Learning Technologies’ Learning Organisation of the Year
The Learning Technologies Awards is the leading awards scheme in the industry, and which recognises the commitment, enthusiasm and passion for learning technologies across the world.
Hannah Flaherty (she/her) >
Hive Learning speak to 1,000s of organisations every week about what it takes to create a culture of everyday learning and collaboration - specialising in the areas of inclusion, leadership development, innovation and wellbeing. Passionate about tapping into the power of her peers to help one another go faster, Hannah leads the research, curation and development of insights from 1,000s of cutting edge learning and development leaders, distilling learnings into practical and actionable insight that leaders can put into practice right away. Learn more at www.hivelearning.com.
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