Although 87% of employees supported the merger, the survey also revealed what colleagues wanted most from the new organization. This was strong leadership and personal growth opportunities.
The challenge for SLA was to deliver a learning solution that could support colleagues during the early stages of the merger and help shape the behaviors needed in times of change. What’s more, the solution had to engage with a global workforce, be easy to use for employees familiar with face-to-face learning and work within strict budget constraints.
To make SLA a world-class place to work, a change had to come from within. The Leading Edge Challenge Series showed people already living and breathing the new culture. Campaign nudges encouraged colleagues to join them. And content showed that anyone in the organization can lead.
"We’ve achieved something we can be really proud of, using a digital platform to make learning easy, attractive, social and timely to engage colleagues in learning during a period of significant change. The stories our own colleagues shared are inspirational and the results demonstrate the connection this has made across our global business.”
The campaign has lived on beyond the merger, too, with bite-sized content that’s changing the way people learn for the better.