Cegos Wins Two Gold Awards at the Brandon Hall Group HCM Excellence Awards
This year's Brandon Hall Group HCM Excellence Awards™ rewarded two projects developed and implemented by Cegos Group in collaboration with EDF (France) and Exide (Spain).
The awards recognise best practices for initiatives in Learning and Development, Talent Management, Leadership Development, Talent Acquisition, Human Resources, Sales Performance, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, and the Future of Work.
Gold award in the “Best use of blended learning” category with EDF
The “Project Management 1 and 2” training conducted with our client EDF was rewarded in the “Best use of blended learning” category.
This multi-level blended learning programs aims to develop hard-skills, soft-skills and leadership of EDF project managers across the world. It is designed using an engaging and dynamic blended pedagogy combining synchronous and asynchronous activities with face-to-face and digital trainings.
Gold award in the “Best development program for Frontline Leaders” category with Exide
Exide's leadership training programme was also awarded a gold medal in the "Best development programme for front-line managers" category.
This program not only helps develop skills, self-awareness and empowerment of frontline leaders but also leads to change the management culture within the company to boost productivity and workforce engagement.
To find out more about this project, watch this video here
About the Brandon Hall Awards
"Excellence Award winners are shown to be organizations that truly value their employees and invest in them through their human capital management programs. These HCM programs have been validated as best in class for business value and the impact on the employees themselves," said Brandon Hall Group Chief Operating Officer Rachel Cooke, HCM Excellence Awards program leader.
Entries were evaluated by a panel of veteran, independent senior industry experts, Brandon Hall Group analysts, and executives based on these criteria:
- Alignment to their business need and environment
- Program design, functionality, and delivery
- Adoption, integration, user experience, innovation, and creativity
- Overall effectiveness, impact, and measurable benefits