idg is committed to working with organisations of all sizes and sectors to improve performance, develop and grow.
Organisational development specialists and official Investors in People partner, we work to fully understand and appreciate your business needs – exploring development activities that will support performance improvement for your organisation and meet objectives.
So whether you are looking to work with recognised quality Standards and frameworks such as Investors in People, Lexcel, ISO, Customer Service Excellence or Carbon Action or want to undertake bespoke developmental activities, we can help.
To improve the performance and potential of organisations and their people
To develop effective engagement activities and relationships that will help to raise organisational ambitions and achievement
To grow the opportunities for organisations to explore wider business and improvement potential
The development of people and skills is a crucial link to the performance of your business – at the end of the day, if you don’t have engaged, enthused and skilled people working for you, how can you compete and be the best that you
A number of Investors in People organisations based across the North of England and Islands have achieved places on the prestigious Top 100 Companies to Work For and Top Not for Profit Organisations to Work For lists 2013, published by The Sunday Times. Each year Best Companies and The
Led and co-ordinated by the National Apprenticeship Service (NAS), National Apprenticeships Week will take place from 11th to 15th March 2013 and is set to be one of the biggest and best yet, with five days of events including a message of support from Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg. National
We were really pleased to see so many of our local Champions taking part in our blogging and social media development event which took place in Leeds yesterday. Investors in People Champions represent some of the most experienced and committed Investors in People in the
Now we are not suggesting that you buy your business a bunch of roses this Valentine’s Day, but there is a lot to be said for how far a little appreciation can go. And by appreciation we don’t necessarily mean a candle lit dinner in
NLP has become a recognised and valuable tool in the business world and this one-day introductory session will introduce delegates to the different elements of NLP and start to look how outstanding individuals and organisations get their outstanding results.