22 July, 2013
Aurion Learning, a leading online learning and development provider, is launching a new research programme to gain insight into how organisations use and share stories.
As part of the research programme, organisations are invited to take part in a short online survey to assess how stories are being used in their workplace. The aim of the research is to understand how stories can be used as part of the learning and development mix.
The results will be published later in 2013 and also presented to delegates this year's Learning and Performance Institute’s annual conference, LEARNING LIVE, where Dr. Maureen Murphy, Managing Director at Aurion Learning and Fiona Quigley, Director at FQ Learning, will explore the practical side of developing and using stories for learning during their session.
Ciara Cunningham, Marketing Manager at Aurion Learning said:
“Stories represent a considerable resource in organisations, however they are often overlooked. Our research will help to provide a clearer insight into how organisations are using stories, as well as determining what would encourage organisations to make better use of them.”
“The online survey will be part of a wider research initiative that we will be carrying out over the coming weeks. The survey is now open and takes less than five minutes to complete; I would really encourage organisations to share their views by taking part.
To participate, please Click Here to Start the Survey or visit http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/aurionstories
About Aurion Learning:
Founded in 2000, Aurion Learning is a full service learning and development company specialising in the design of online learning programmes and innovative learning and CPD management tools to client partners throughout the UK and Ireland in the public, private and third sector.
Aurion Learning also provides strategy and capability building services to help organisations develop focused online learning strategies and to develop their own online learning in-house.
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