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Introduction to Investors in People - Manchester

The session in summary:

Introduction to Investors in People is a practical workshop designed to help you explore IIP and what it means for your organisation, utilising interactive exercises to help you ascertain where you are against the Standard and how to identify areas that require development.

Introduction to Investors in People - Manchester

The session in summary:

Introduction to Investors in People is a practical workshop designed to help you explore IIP and what it means for your organisation, utilising interactive exercises to help you ascertain where you are against the Standard and how to identify areas that require development.

Introduction to Investors in People - Manchester

The session in summary:

Introduction to Investors in People is a practical workshop designed to help you explore IIP and what it means for your organisation, utilising interactive exercises to help you ascertain where you are against the Standard and how to identify areas that require development.

Introduction to Investors in People - Brighouse

The session in summary:

Introduction to Investors in People is a practical workshop designed to help you explore IIP and what it means for your organisation, utilising interactive exercises to help you ascertain where you are against the Standard and how to identify areas that require development.

Introduction to Investors in People - Brighouse

The session in summary:

Introduction to Investors in People is a practical workshop designed to help you explore IIP and what it means for your organisation, utilising interactive exercises to help you ascertain where you are against the Standard and how to identify areas that require development.

Across the IIP Community, Businesses Pledge to Talk Mental Health

Investors in People CEO Paul Devoy signed Time to Change’s Employer Pledge in October this year, to show IIP’s commitment to both supporting those affected by mental health, and raising awareness of it within IIP’s team and the wider community. We at Investors in People feel that mental health must be treated with the same regard as, say a broken bone would be. Just because you cannot always see a mental health condition, it does not mean it is any less debilitating.

It’s Time to Talk about Mental Health

Ahead of Time to Talk day this Thursday 1st February, we've outlined why it's so important to talk about mental health and have shared some advice for employers looking to start the conversation. 

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