Maximising people potential: ERYC share IiP Experiences
‘Relevant’ and ‘insightful’ are just two of the words East Riding of Yorkshire Council, the largest unitary local authority in England, has used to describe their experiences of Investors in People in a new case study released today.
Achieving Investors in People in 2000, they have now shared their experiences of working with the framework – highlighting how Investors in People has helped them to manage change, improve performance and evaluate their activity.
“We believe that Investors in People gives an organisation a comprehensive framework to measure the effectiveness of workforce development initiatives – helping to raise performance through its most important asset, people.
“For us this has meant access to valuable feedback and development recommendations based on our key priority areas. With Investors in People everything can be linked back and therefore be directly relevant to business performance.
“Because of this approach, the framework has supported East Riding of Yorkshire Council to build a ‘change ready’ culture that is proving to be very beneficial in the current climate.”
To find out more about East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s experiences of Investors in People, download their case study here from the IiP North of England online library, delivered by idg.
If you would like to find out more about Investors in People and how it can mean business for your organisation, click here to visit the idg website.