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Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust takes top prize at the 2016 CIPD People Management Awards
The winners of the 2016 CIPD People Management Awards were announced at a glittering awards ceremony at the Grosvenor House Hotel, hosted by actor and comedian Stephen Mangan.
Delivered by the CIPD, the professional body for HR and people development, in partnership with People Management magazine, the awards are the most prestigious in the industry, celebrating outstanding achievement in people management and learning development, and the valuable contribution that HR and L&D professionals make to the overall success of an organisation.
The awards were divided into 19 categories and were open to all types of organisation, regardless of size or sector. Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust were crowned category winners of the best employee engagement initiative and overall winners for their campaign to improve patient safety and experience at Wexham Park Hospital. The campaign was launched to tackle insufficiencies in organisational culture, performance management and elements of employee behaviour at Wexham Park. Frimley Health initiated a programme of clear and well-structured HR-led interventions that spanned a wide range of areas, from culture and leadership to reward and customer service. The judges agreed that the project was a great example of extremely ambitious and comprehensive organisational transformation, reflected in the CQC’s rating of Wexham Park Hospital changing from ‘inadequate’ to ‘outstanding’ earlier in the year.
Commenting on the awards, Peter Cheese, Chief Executive at the CIPD, said: “As we celebrated a remarkable twenty years of the CIPD People Management Awards last night, it’s clear that the variety and creativity that organisations present every year has only grown over time. 2016 has been a year of great change, and it’s fantastic to see HR teams stepping up to new challenges and being so innovative in their approaches to people management and development that are having a lasting impact on businesses.
“All of our winners should be very proud of what they have achieved and their much deserved recognition across a wide range of categories. As the overall winner, Frimley Health’s HR initiative was literally lifesaving, was remarkably well executed and has been a key part of improving the rating and performance of the hospital. With the number of challenges currently facing the NHS, they should be extremely proud of this project, and hopefully with this recognition similar ideas can be extended across other areas of the health service. We congratulate them and all of our other winners.”
Mike Beesley from headline sponsors Resource Management, said: “For every year that we have been involved in the awards, we have been hugely impressed with the talent and quality of those who enter across all of the categories. This year was no exception. We were delighted with the industries and people diversity we experienced during the judging process and offer our full congratulations to all of those who received an award. Thanks again to the CIPD for another successful year and for holding a fantastic evening which was truly representative of the important industry achievements we all came together to celebrate.”
In addition to the overall winner, awards were given to winners from each category, chosen by an expert panel of judges:
Best change management initiative – Gatwick Airport
Best diversity and inclusion initiative – Transport for London
Best employee engagement initiative – Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust
Best employee relations initiative – Thurrock Council
Best health and wellbeing initiative – Reed Business Information
Best learning and development initiative – Superdrug
Best recruitment and talent management initiative – University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Best reward initiative – Wickes
Best SME people management initiative – Delta Financial Systems & Innerstrengths
Best coaching and mentoring initiative – Housing Diversity Network
Best digital initiative in HR/L&D – Tata Consultancy Services
Best employer supported volunteering programme – The Breakfast Club
Best apprenticeship scheme – Troup Bywaters + Anders
Michael Kelly outstanding student award, intermediate and foundation level – Michelle Amorsen, The HR Dept, South Warwickshire
Michael Kelly outstanding student award, advanced level – Steven Thompson, EE
Best HR/L&D supplier – NHS Wales Shared Service Partnership
Best HR/L&D consultancy – Synergy Creative
HR/L&D team of the year, public sector/third sector/social enterprise – United Learning Trust
HR/L&D team of the year, private sector – Odeon & UCI Cinemas Group
The headline sponsor for this year’s Awards was Resource Management and category sponsors included Cascade, CIPHR, CoreHR, HSBC, Team London and VitalityHealth.
For more information on this year’s winners, visit: www.cipdpmas.co.uk
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