Congratulations to Continental and Renault! They have each won a 2022 Brandon Hall Excellence Awards, one of the most prestigious international recognitions in the learning sector. Find out more about these winning projects for which Cegos had the pleasure of contributing.
A gold award for Continental "Diversity, Equity & Inclusion" category
Continental won a gold medal at the Brandon Hall Excellence Awards for its "Boosting Female Talent" programme. The famous automotive parts manufacturer aims to reach 25% of women in leadership positions by 2025. So Continental Mexico wanted to focus on developing the skills of high-potential, high-performance women. The company reached out to Cegos to set up a multimodal learning programme combining virtual classes, coaching sessions, training challenges and practical application through a real project. Find out more in this video testimonial.
A bronze medal for Renault in the "Learning and Development" category
Renault, the French multinational car manufacturer won with the "Business partner" programme. This learning scheme was designed for the 400 management controllers in Renault's financial departments around the world. It leads them to change their mindset and posture to position themselves as true business partners of the operational teams.
A silver medal for Fnac Darty in the "Learning and Development" category
"Customer Excellence" is the winning project of Fnac Darty, a European leader in the distribution of cultural and leisure goods, technical products and household appliances. It is a multimodal certification programme. The aim is to develop sales and customer relations skills of 800 employees so that they become ambassadors of customer excellence within the group.
About the Excellence du Brandon Hall Group awards
“Excellence Award winners distinguish themselves through their growing understanding that all the functions of HCM are integrated and must work together to move businesses forward,” said Brandon Hall Group Chief Operating Officer Rachel Cooke, leader of the HCM Excellence Awards program.
“It is a pleasure to see more organizations collaborating across functions and getting more sophisticated and accomplished at delivering measurable benefit through ground-breaking HCM practices,” she said. “For example, it was inspiring to see how diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives are increasingly embedded into people and business strategies and cultures. We saw more alignment between HCM and business objectives than ever before.”
Entries were evaluated by a panel of veteran, independent senior industry experts, Brandon Hall Group analysts and executives based upon these criteria: fit the need, design of the program, functionality, innovation and overall measurable benefits.
Awards granted to Continental, Renault and Cegos were announced on Thursday 18th August. Winners list is available on the Brandon Hall Awards website.
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