ACHIEVE PLATINUM IN 2018
It takes something special to achieve Platinum recognition for people and performance management. To date, only 1% of the Investors in People community have reached this landmark level.
Learn from the best, while sharing and celebrating your achievements
Welcome to the Aspire 2018 programme, designed for high-performing IIP organisations - companies who lead the way in terms of their inspirational leadership and culture.
Aspire 2018 explores the challenges faced by Platinum contenders, and offers new insights into ways in which to continuously raise the bar.
Thank you to all our participants and speakers for an enlightening and inspirational start to the day. In particular, three outstanding organisations that actively champion innovative values and behaviours to great effect.
Mike Britton, Managing Director, Barclays Partner Finance
Part of Barclays Bank Plc, Barclays Partner Finance has over 500 employees and is one of the largest providers of point-of-sale finance in the UK. Mike spoke on how values and behaviours support exceptional client service.
Angie Risley, Group HR Director, Sainsbury’s Supermarket
One of the UK's leading retailers across food, clothing, general merchandise and financial services. Sainsburys' recently achieved Gold status for the third time through great communication and strong values.
Dr Pav Ramewal, Chief Executive, Sevenoaks District Council
Sevenoaks District Council was the first public sector organisation to gain Platinum IIP accreditation. Based in West Kent, the Council employs over 500 people who provide 70 different services. Pav explored the way Sevenoaks District Council encourages a no blame, values driven, continuous improvement culture.
16 May 2018
The next ASPIRE breakfast briefing features special guests Michael Smyth from GRAHAM Construction and Manley Hopkinson from Ark Data Centres, both Platinum IIP accredited companies. Focusing on continuous improvement and growth, these engaging speakers will explore the development of an effective, high-performance culture in their respective organisations.
Michael Smyth will also touch on the importance of Health and Wellbeing in the work environment.
Places for Aspire 2018 breakfast briefing seats are limited and a high response is anticipated.