Focusing on the vital role of managers in an organization aiming for Investors in People (IiP) recognition, Managing for Investors in People should help managers at all levels to understand their role and responsibilities when working towards IiP. There are case studies from a wide range of sectors.
Focusing on the vital role of managers in an organization aiming for Investors in People (IiP) recognition, this practical guide should help managers at all levels to understand their role and responsibilities when working towards IiP. There is advice on: the role of unit leaders in achieving IiP; how to overcome barriers; the role and responsibilities of senior managers; and structuring development and giving it purpose. There are case studies from a wide range of sectors.
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Peter Taylor is a Fellow of the IPD with over 18 years' experience in management development and communications skills and processes and 5 years in operational change management. Part of the team that originally developed Investors in People and piloted it with TECs and employers, he is a Senior Assessor with experience of over 80 Investors in People Assessments. Peter Taylor has also worked to successfully implement Investors with a wide range of clients including Inland Revenue South Yorkshire, West London TEC, T&EA Northern Ireland and others across the manufacturing, retailing, hotel and catering and public sectors. He has also been a National Training Awards Assessor since 1994. He is a member of the Sheffield Excellence Forum. His earlier employment has been with DfEE and Investors in People UK. Bob Thackwray has worked in education for almost twenty five years. He is currently Senior Consultant with the Universities' and Colleges' Staff Development Agency (UCoSDA) his main role being to support and advise higher education institutions engaged with Investors in People related processes. UCoSDA is the National Training Organisation for Higher Education. He is an approved and recognised Investors in People Assessor with The Assessment Network (TAN), is on the Investors in People UK National Register for Approved Advisers and is a member of an advisory body to Investors in People UK looking at the future strategic development of the National Standard. He was formerly Head of the Centre for Educational Development at the University of Luton where he coordinated the university's successful bid to become the first university in the UK to achieve IiP in 1994. He is author of numerous articles and several books on staff training and development.
Table of Contents
Part 1. The managers Part 2. Managing the process Part 3. Following recognition
Managing for Investors in People by Peter Taylor
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