For Immediate Release
Finalists Announced for Champion Learning and Development Industry
Chief Learning Officer magazine releases front-contenders for
Annual 2016 LearningElite Awards
Chicago, Feb. 10, 2016 — Human Capital Media (HCM), the largest integrated media company supporting human resources industry and publisher of Chief Learning Officer magazine, has formally announced the finalists for the 2016 LearningElite Awards.
Chief Learning Officer’s LearningElite program stands as the only peer-ranking and benchmarking program, recognizing the best organizations within the learning and development industry. More than 150 judges reviewed the several hundred applications that came in from organizations worldwide.
“Every year, the quality and depth of LearningElite applications gets better and better,” said Sarah Kimmel, vice president of research and advisory services. “First-time applicants are eager to show off their learning initiatives and returning organizations don’t hesitate to tell us how they’ve improved from previous years. This year’s finalists displayed remarkable agility in their L&D programs and have a sharp sensitivity to improving their workforce through both tried and true and new and unique L&D initiatives.”
Winners will be announced during the annual LearningElite Awards Dinner, taking place Monday, April 4, at The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island, Florida. Tickets are now available.
To view the complete list of this year’s finalists and to learn more about the LearningElite program, visit clomedia.com/LEfinalists.
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