The accreditation means that GoodHabitz joins LPI’s elite group of learning experts, committed to performance improvement, as a partner. Being a partner signifies a high level of trust in GoodHabitz’s provision of learning and development products and services. It also gains access to a range of resources and services from the LPI’s, enabling it to further strengthen its best-in-class training.
"We are thrilled to be accredited by the Learning and Performance Institute, an organisation renowned for its expertise in learning and development," said Erik Crezee, CCO of GoodHabitz. "The LPI is highly regarded and well-recognised globally, so this partnership helps us further differentiate our learning products and services in the crowded L&D market.”
GoodHabitz has been acknowledged for its holistic solution to create learning cultures: the mix of assessments, engaging high-quality content, coaching, and L&D marketing and more features is what drives learner engagement. The partnership will support our mission, making personal development work for everyone.
Ed Monk, CEO of the LPI, said: "This partnership is a natural fit for both of our organisations. GoodHabitz's commitment to innovation and technology-driven personal development and learning, combined with the LPI's expertise in performance improvement will allow us to provide even more value to our members, helping them to drive organisational success."