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1 IITD NATIONAL TRAINING AWARDS 2015 An Overview Wednesday, December 10 th 2014

2 Where & When? Killashee House Hotel, Naas March 6 th, 2015

3 Previous Winners

4 The Story so far … 17 Years Applications Awards 5,500 Guests 2 Supporting Partners

5 Aim To recognise organisations which demonstrate best practice and an on-going commitment to training and developing their people. Provides an opportunity for the many organisations that are experiencing exciting and empowering human resource development to share their learning with others

6 Objective By focusing on engagement, collaboration, participative management, excellence in training initiatives, transparency, innovation and learning and development of both individuals and organisations. Organisations and individuals submit entries based on specific Training Initiatives that they believe have contributed to the success of their organisations.

7 Categories Organisations that demonstrate enterprise-wide success or achievement as a result of employee learning Micro Enterprises (1 – 10 employees) Small Enterprises ( employees) Medium Sized Enterprises ( employees) Large Enterprises (Over 250 employees) Not for Profit Networks & Groups

8 Best L&D Organisation Evidence that the learning function has an enterprise-wide role: involves executive teams, creating solutions to business issues, and setting organisational strategy Evidence that learning has value in the organisation's culture: learning opportunities, senior management support, learning for growth, and innovation Recognise organisations that demonstrate enterprise-wide success or achievement as a result of employee learning

9 Categories – Specific Initiatives Best Leadership Development Initiative Best Change Management Initiative Best Talent Management Initiative Most Innovative Use of Technology Best Consultancy Partnership Best Workbased Learning Initiative Best Graduate / Internship Programme Best Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative Excellence in Coaching Rising Star

10 Specific Initiatives – Think about …. What was the Challenge? – Set the Context Business Goals, Objectives, Outcomes from the Initiative TNA Process & Findings Learning Objectives & Key Deliverables Exceptional Design Elements Innovation – Sector/Region/Size/Context Setting up for Success – Implementation, Project Plan etc Success Metrics & Contribution to Performance

11 ©Harvest Resources 2014 Pearse Walsh Award Briefing Date: Dec 14 John Kilroy Partnering with Tweet

12 ©Harvest Resources 2014 The Pearse Walsh Award The Pearse Walsh Award for Innovation in the Transfer of Learning to Employees

13 ©Harvest Resources 2014 The Award is in recognition of our late Founder Pearse Walsh and his passion for innovation and creativity.Therefore to be eligible, you or your team must have participated in the design and / or delivery of a high impact learning event that was innovative, fun and added real value to the individuals who were involved. The Pearse Walsh Award

14 ©Harvest Resources 2014 In Good Company In conjunction with

15 ©Harvest Resources 2014 Importance (Business Case) Impact (The Wins) Innovation (New Thinking) Importance (Business Case) Impact (The Wins) Innovation (New Thinking) Judging Criteria

16 ©Harvest Resources 2014 How the development need was identified? A clear link between the need for development and the business case Evidence of innovation in the way the intervention was designed and delivered What were the key deliverables? What was different about this piece of learning? What was the impact and how did the innovation contribute to the learning experience and the business in general? How the development need was identified? A clear link between the need for development and the business case Evidence of innovation in the way the intervention was designed and delivered What were the key deliverables? What was different about this piece of learning? What was the impact and how did the innovation contribute to the learning experience and the business in general? Application Questions

17 ©Harvest Resources 2014 The winner will receive the specially commissioned Pearse Walsh Award and an individual or team prize of €1,000, plus a company prize totalling €5,000 of free consultancy time. The Prize

18 ©Harvest Resources 2014 Deadline for submissions – 23 rd of January 2014 Submit application forms to Applications form available on the IITD website Deadline for submissions – 23 rd of January 2014 Submit application forms to Applications form available on the IITD website Application Process

19 Making a Submission Two Stage Process 1500 word written submission Presentation to Judging Panel - Shortlisted Companies - 2 Presenters

20 Making a Submission Apply in Multiple Categories Many Initiatives in Same Category Each Initiative may be entered ONCE Qualitative & Quantitative Reflective Process Initiatives over the past 2 years

21 Making a Submission Vertical & Horizontal Involvement Evidence of Commitment / Involvement Links to Other Areas of the Business Linked to Performance Metrics, Metrics, Metrics Unique Selling Points Innovation Values & Ethics Outputs Based

22 When all is said and done.. Use your own discretion …….

23 Submission Process Confidentiality Submission Length Guidelines Supporting Material Media Publicity

24 Sending in an Entry Launch: October 30 th 2014 Closing Date: 23 rd January 2015 Presentations: February 5 th 2015 By to: Two copies (including any supporting documentation or attachments) by post


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