With a range of categories including ‘Training Initiative of the Year’, ‘Early Careers Initiative of the Year’ and ‘Leader of the Year’ the British Training Awards 2023 sets out to discover and celebrate the organisations and individuals that are truly passionate about L&Ds role in building a thriving workforce.
This year, over 160 entries were received from organisations across the UK, and so competition to be named a Finalist proved to be very tough. Firms taking part range from start-up innovators to public sector heroes, tech superstars, global titans and everything in between.
The British Training Awards 2023 Judges include:
Lee Chambers, Director and Chief Psychologist, Essentialise Workplace Wellbeing
Simon Gibson, Group Head of Learning & Development, Marks & Spencer
Keith McDougall, Director of Learning & Development, Deliveroo
Gemma Paterson, Head of People Development Experiences and Innovation, Legal & General
Prachi Prasad, Global Head of Learning & Development, dunnhumby
Karen Wilson, Global Director of Talent Development, Booking.com
Nate Harwood, Founder, New Possible
Essentialise will find out if they’ve won at an awards ceremony in Central London on the 21st June 2023.
Their founder, Lee Chambers, said, “It’s great to be recognised for our innovative approach to training and we take great pride in our learning experience, and what we generate for our clients. The competition is fierce and we are up against some much bigger competitors with large budgets and teams. Whoever wins on the night will be well deserved.”
Nate Harwood, Founder of New Possible and British Training Awards judge said: “It’s clear that a strong learning and development function is at the heart of all high performing workforces. And with so many great nominations received, New Possible is immensely proud to recognise the inspirational teams and individuals that are working hard to build the future of the industry. Congratulations to all the Finalists who are flying the flag for the L&D profession.”
New Possible, a next-generation employee insight platform, powers the British Training Awards. New Possible helps leaders build healthier organisations by providing meaningful insight that can drive real change.
Essentialise is a workplace wellbeing and inclusion agency, based in Preston, delivering strategy and training for professional services firms.
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