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Accredited at Gold, the Alvesta Kommun Care department look to IIP as an instrument for continuous development and evaluation - the what, why and how has become an essential part of this culture.
28/10/2016
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Brother UK Ltd is the UK sales subsidiary of Brother Industries Ltd (BIL) and has been based in Tameside, Manchester since 1968. A company with a long history, they’ve gone from being a key supplier of technology products to leading solutions provider. No stranger to change, Brother UK now supplies services to the NHS, corporate end users, banks, retailers and SMEs across the UK.
23/09/2016
JPCS maintain the highways and byways of the UK, working with local authorities and maintenance contractors to save and strengthan tarmac. For JPCS, IIP offered  a tried and tested framework for good practice, gaining feedback and an objective perspective to support future success. With IIP, JPCS were able to develop their culture, creating a foundation for professional leadership, people, plans and results.  
22/08/2016
For over 50 years, Belfast- based Colorite Europe has been a leading producer of the finest quality polymers for medical and industrial use.  Read here how Colorite successfully embarked on using the new revised sixth generation IIP framework as a leadership and performance management tool.    
05/07/2016
  Discover how working with the IIP Standard has helped Gwynedd Council to empower their people to deliver a great service. Find out more >>> "IIP Generation 6 is just as though someone has written down just what we want, almost exactly how we envisage our culture. It is a world renowned people management standard - the obvious choice for us."
05/07/2016
Boo Coaching & Consulting provide executive coaching and leadership development services through a network of associates, specialists and executive coaches.  The organisation looked to IIP to help achieve the best possible business practices and structure for the organisation, whilst appreciating the company's uniqueness and people-centred values.  "We wanted to be a people-centric organisation - investing, encouraging and developing our staff and associates to help support the business."
31/05/2016
The Red Carnation Hotels are a family-run, boutique hotel business in the UK, Ireland, South Africa, Switzerland and the USA. They have been IIP Gold accredited for 10 years.  Achieving IIP has given them structure in how they get the best out of their most important asset, their people.  It has also helped them ensure they are getting the right people through the right training courses and the right learning and development.  You can watch the video case study free, by signing in to your account.
22/04/2016
Currency UK are a leading foreign exchange and payment provider. The IIP process has significantly increased staff engagement, and they believe that an estimated 5% of the 44% organic growth they have seen in the last financial year is attributable to their accreditation with IIP. "Investors in People is an essential accreditation for any organisation wishing to grow their business, no matter the size; great and happy employees are at the heart of any successful company." Paul CrimpManaging Director  
22/04/2016
Regard has always been proud of the high calibre work force that it employs and fully acknowledges that their people are their greatest asset. Regard’s continued investment in its highly skilled and trained workforce has contributed to their position as a market sector leader. 
22/04/2016
SteppingStones are always looking for ways to outperform in their industry and they wanted to benchmark themselves on a global basis. Investing in their people is not a question, but it is an absolute necessity. The Stepping Stones culture is all about continual improvement and continual development. ‘One of the main things we learnt from Investors in People was that everything we do, we need to measure it – you can invest a lot of money in training and development but unless you measure it you really have no idea or understanding of the value.’
04/04/2016

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