We are thrilled to announce Abilitie has been honored as the 2022 Excellence In Learning Technology Silver Winner in Chief Learning Officer’s Learning in Practice Awards.
Abilitie was named the silver winner in the Excellence in Technology Innovation category in the 2022 Chief Learning Officer Learning in Practice awards for a client partnership in which we delivered Executive Challenge as part of a client learning program. The Excellence in Technology Innovation award recognizes providers who have rolled out an innovative learning technology for a client.
Like all of Abilitie’s business simulations, Executive Challenge is built on a foundation of experiential learning that helps senior leaders understand complex organizational dynamics and recognize their own leadership blind spots. By providing a space to flex leadership strengths and gain meaningful insights into business problems and areas for personal growth, Executive Challenge creates a dynamic environment that helps hone strategic thinking and communication skills.
Since 2003, the Chief Learning Officer Learning In Practice awards have recognized learning leaders who demonstrate excellence in the design and delivery of employee development programs through a combination of qualities such as leadership, vision, business acumen and strategic alignment.
“Learning functions, talent, workplace cultures, priorities – it’s all changing, modernizing. And it’s truly inspirational to see the creativity and dexterity these individuals have used to craft their employee development programs, proving their impact on a business,” said Ashley St. John, chief content officer and editor in chief for Chief Learning Officer. “We are honored to help acknowledge the hard work of all of these individuals and, ultimately, the success of their teams.”
We are thrilled to receive this recognition for our work with a client implementing Executive Challenge for their senior leaders and are honored to continue delivering world-class leadership development programs that offer real-world experience without real-world consequences.